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Drawing upon both her impeccable taste and her extensive styling experience, stylist Hannah Franklin shares some of her favourite CultureLabel pieces with us and tells us how to incorporate Statement Art in our homes..
'Whatever kind of art you select to have in your home, a statement piece doesn't necessarily mean something of a huge size. It can be subtle, meaningful to you either from a memory or experience, or simply because it's a beautiful image that's captivating'.
'Statement art in our home helps to give a room a sense of style or be the catalyst for the room's colourway'.
'For a more dramatic approach, the wall in which the art is hanging can be painted the same base tone as the art so that the painting sits very harmoniously on the wall but creates a strong impact when entering the room'.
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Making a statement
1. Why not hang artwork from the ceiling, inspired by the Renaissance period? The purpose of art is enjoyment, and a statement piece can be hung in any way you choose.
2. Lean your artwork at the head of a dining, coffee or side table, then cover with glass so it's protected but can still seen and adored.
3. Consider hanging your favourite piece of art in the bathroom. It's usually a very small room and allows time for undisturbed contemplation and appreciation!
'I love this piece from CultureLabel by Karen David because of the juxtopostion of 3 cubes sitting in tension to each other. I like the fact one is a different black, and the center point of the V pulls you in to a empty space. The form is very simplistic'
'I adore Kathy Dalwood's work and I never grow tired of seeing her pieces. I love the play on these romantic female figurines - crudely cast with diggers on their heads'
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