Down to a Fine Art

To incorporate art in to your home effortlessly, find decor that supports it and boosts its impact. Not only will your artwork look its best but your home will reap the benefits too…

BALMY

To spread the influence of paintings throughout a room, carry the same palette and balance of colour in to your furnishings.

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Artwork: ‘Swelter’ 2016 limited edition screenprint by Alexia Vogel 560x760mm R2 500, 50ty/50ty

1. Marie by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance vase (pink) R3 230; Antoinette by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance vase (blue) R3 655; both Ligne Roset 2. Retro yellow Pulp Fiction lamp from R1 195, Louw Roets 3. Genuine brass metal moulded bowl by Louise Roe from R3 200, Establishment 4. Rower Lover’s Chair from R7 974, Leon at CCXIX 5. Cotton storage basket (anthracite grey) R299, H&M Home 6. Odea sofa by Roberto Tapinassi and Maurizio Manzoni from R56 580, Roche Bobois 7. Keyhole mirror R10 995, Weylandts

VERDANT

Find furniture and upholstery that have the lines and curves similar to the flow depicted in an artwork to increase its visual interests!

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‘Through the Unknown, Remembered Gate I’ 2016 acrylic on board by Patricia Fraser 91x68cm R9 500, Chandler House

1. E Unit large R10 773, Studio 19 2. Blue light bulb by Zangra from R900, Establishment 3. Relief pattern vase R299, H&M Home 4. Volley Swivel Chair by Jamie Mclellan from R19 870, Establishment 5. Leaf platter R350, Woolworths 6. Stockholm planter medium R599.99,
MrP Home 7. Washed linen cushion cover (sea green) R629, Zara Home 8. Cappellini Peacock chair by Dror price on request, Afritaly


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