Interior Design

Interior decorating helps create a room’s particular mood, energy, and is a good way to enhance the desired ambience.

To enliven a room sometimes simply takes good taste to position visual art in the right spot to form a unifying tone.

Bland blank walls can be transformed with the punctuation of stimulating, welcoming or relaxing art.

Colourful rooms can engage people and engender uplifting feelings. That’s why interesting paintings form a key element in interior decoration.

 

The following links are to short videos [each approx 45 seconds] of my paintings shown in a home decor simulation.

 

https://www.facebook.com/reel/604994191242236?extid=a&extid=Af1gQs&fs=e

 

https://www.facebook.com/reel/3153398151575562?extid=a&extid=Af1gQs&fs=e

 

https://www.facebook.com/reel/585920489553957?extid=a&extid=Af1gQs&fs=e

 

https://www.facebook.com/reel/1019368958746438?extid=a&extid=Af1gQs&fs=e

 

 

 

 

 

The aesthetics of an intriguing painting can transform an otherwise bland house into a characterful home.

 

Decorating with the inclusion of a one-off painting helps make even a modest home look opulent, as well as serene and inviting.

 

Paintings also contribute to a welcoming atmosphere of harmony and balance.

Interior decorators and home stylists have all the fun: they get to choose from an enormous range of art styles, tones, texture, genre, and select artworks that may have a cultural significance.

 

Achieving a classy décor requires more than simply the placement of an unusual reading lamp, the placement of a few chic cushions, or displaying glossy home magazines on a coffee table.

During the time I spent in Europe, and while operating an art gallery in Melbourne, I observed that people’s art preferences are nuanced.

 

 

That’s a good thing, as it makes visiting people’s homes an enjoyable adventure and a learning experience.

Most of my paintings are for sale on eBay.com.au, and others are on Gumtree.com.au, as at the start of 2021. 

 

Dimensions of the paintings can be viewed on those sites, or by emailing me with your specific enquiry, at:

1cliff2@iinet.net.au