There's nothing more beautiful than a home filled with art. Large paintings, organic and sculptural elements. In fact, furniture is not as important as art in my humble opinion. But clutter won't do. Below I wrote about the home of Louise Olsen and Stephen Ormandy of Dinosaur Designs. Their home is a perfect example in living with art. I'm so inspired by their home, I thought we should take a look at some of the elements making it up. Let's break it down, shall we?
Olsen and Ormandy's have added the most wonderful white organic elements to their decor. The legged ceramic piece is by Dedece and the piece to the right is vintage Murano glass. Very expensive.
Stephen Ormandy's work is too fab.
Their home also boasts some work by another fab, geometric painter, Gemma Smith. Images via Design Boom.
Pure chair porn. They have a Fresh Fat chair by Tom Dixon.
Dinosaur Designs make the most wonderful resin pieces (but horribly expensive). I love resin. I love the installation pieces, and that last pic is a doll house design! My Barbie's home never looked that good! Just goes to show you what creative artists can do with their home, especially when money is no object. But how do those of us with limited budgets create an environment like this? No worries, dear readers, over the next few days I will show you how.