This post is brought to you by Photos.com by Getty images. I promise, however, that the opinions and content are all my own. There are few things that can make an impact like statement art can. A growing trend these past couple years is over-sized photo art, and ya know what? I'm totally on board with this trend!
Photo: Kaitlin McHugh's gorgeous home as shared on Old Brand New
To shop the look above, I decided to get specific and look for stone formations by the ocean like the photo in the space- something a little moody. Luckily for me, Photos.com has a whole category of Seaside>Rocky Beaches. I was pleasantly surprised with the options!
My personal favorite to capture the feel of the statement art above would definitely be this one, however. Bold and brooding with a touch of color.
The next room I wanted to see about emulating is this elegant living room by Steven Gambrel as featured on Housebeautiful.com. Same oversized photo trend as the first room, but a very different vibe.
This time I'm torn between 2 great options:
Both options would be amazing in the space- the backgrounds keep the overall print pretty neutral, but the small pops of color from the beach-goers add a playful tone. Not too serious, not too funky- just the right note.
As I poked around Photos.com a bit more, I stumbled on this ridiculously fun print that I'm just itching to put in a room now. How awesome would this dalmatian be as the focal point of a play room? Printed on acrylic and mounted to the wall on metal stand-offs? Hello! The grayscale palette would keep it from looking to busy with the inevitable rainbow of childrens toys strewn about the room.
Thanks, Photos.com for bringing you today's post and all the statement art inspiration!
What's your favorite way to use photography in your home?