Blue is the color of wisdom, serenity, and loyalty, and it’s deepest hue is contemporary and timeless. These six paintings are nearly monochrome and perfectly cobalt. Arranged with white and gold frames, they create understated drama without looking overly curated. Like the effortless beauty of a Parisian flea market.
Finding beauty in the simplest forms is a rare gift that few artists possess. This art grouping features subtle shapes that are youthful and modern, yet sophisticated and elegant. Mixed frames, muted colors, and an array of subject matter make it perfect for the den, entryway, or reading nook.
When complementary colors blue and orange are used together, the resulting artwork is usually vibrant and energetic. This gallery wall, however, has a mature moodiness thanks to its portraits, landscapes, and abstracts in muted shades of peach, apricot, pumpkin, cornflower, azure, and navy.
Don’t be afraid to decorate with orange! Fall’s favorite flavor, pumpkin spice, is also one of the season’s prettiest colors. In this collection, the warm hue glows next to shades of peach and wheat yellow — and pops against teal blue brushwork.