I had been looking for a few new prints for the bedroom recently, and Artfully Walls was kind enough to send over a few of my favorites. A portrait, Bette, by Tali Yalonetzki, and The Bridge, by Nell Waters Bernegger, joined my vintage painting of flowers above the bed. The portrait is printed on canvas and while I love when that’s an option, I feel like the white sides are calling out for a frame, so I’ll be on the lookout for a vintage one I can cut down to size. Also, I’m not sure about the double cord hanging method but I’m trying it out for now. The kids jump, dance, and wrestle on our bed on a pretty regular basis, and art stands a better chance hanging from the picture rail than it would if it were on a nail or picture hook.
The dresser on the opposite wall is now displaying a large photo I’d had my eye on for quite some time: Checkered Floor in Buenos Aires, by Sivan Askayo. I prefer the look of one large photo over the dresser, so the woven hanging that was there before has been moved into August’s room and I’ll have to find new places for the two smaller paintings. I have a couple of other prints that I’m trying to find just the right spots for too, but I think they may end up in other rooms.
I thought I’d share a few more of my favorites below. All of these together would definitely put one over the ‘abstract art quota,’ but they’re all so good!
Favorite Abstract Art Prints from Artfully Walls
Row 1 — Yellow September, Heather J Chontos • Color Study No. 10, Emily Rickard • History Lesson, Emily Rickard
Row 2 — Divide, Elaina Sullivan • Window, Heather J Chontos • Beast Coast, Matthew Korbel-Bowers
Row 3 — A New England Pond, Jacquie Gouveia • Seaglass, Heather J Chontos • The Bridge, Nell Waters Bernegger
Row 4 — Oxford I, Britt Bass Turner • “Fluid”, Bethany Mabee • Oceans and Arrows in Red and Black, Heather J Chontos
Row 5 — Rhodochro, Anna Ullman • Blade, Elaina Sullivan • 1905, Eran Partouche