Monday, 30 April 2012

A flexible approach to art

As seen at the upscale Toronto 
store Elte's display at the Interior 
Design Show earlier this year: At 
a first glance, this piece of art
looks like a graphic, small-print 
drawing ...
Almost anything can be turned into art; old record covers, a colourful scarf, your children's drawings, vintage postcards, or even tear sheets from a magazine. Give the piece importance by framing it with a white, wide matting and group it with other personal objects. Look for used frames at thrift stores if your budget is tight. If you are a musical family, why not frame your favourite piece of music?

You want your walls to tell a story, of who you are, of how you live, and maybe even of what music you like to listen to...

Do you have any other decorative tips for walls?

...get closer and you'll see that it's actually
framed music. Take out your clarinet and
give it a try!

If music is not your forte, you 
might want to frame some math
and chemistry posters instead.

Your imagination is the limit when deciding 
what you can turn into art!

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