In my post below, I mentioned how I love the repetition of shapes in decor. As the picture below shows, repeating circles makes a dramatic graphic punch, yet remains simple looking.
Here is part of an art project I have been working on since I moved into my new apartment. I have a lovely balcony with a tree behind it. I've been fascinated by the full moon behind the tree, so I decided to do 12 months of full moon shots.
This is the best kind of art - I didn't spend any money on them! I used invert and then just printed them on regular xerox paper. I kinda like the low-tech vibe. I had the frames, so voila! As you know, I've been bringing pops of yellow in my decor. I love it with lots of white and with pink. I went through my stash of paintings and found a couple that fit the bill.
And wouldn't you know it? I noticed the pattern of circles - or moons - that happened intuitively. Two of my paintings, some vases, a bracelet on one of my vases and one of my prized possessions - my moon lamp from CB2. That was a hard-earned lamp. I bought it with overtime money made from working the hardest trial of my long career as a legal secretary.