What's so great about art?

Parrot tulip framed triptych by photographer Tim Platt

Parrot tulips. Flora collection.

A beautiful image in a frame on your wall is not just decoration. Framed pictures are like windows. They are aesthetic focal points to both look at and look through. Visitors will admire them, and they will enhance the positive energy within your home or workspace. They will last a lifetime and will eventually become old friends.

Your home is your sanctuary, a space where you can express your personality and create an ambience that resonates with your inner self. While furniture, colours, and lighting play vital roles in home decor, one element that often surpasses them all is art. The transformative power of art can be profound:

1. Continuity

You will never regret the decision to invest in collecting art for your everyday space. You may move house, redecorate or change your furniture, but your artworks will remain a constant in your life. To begin with you will enjoy admiring your new acquisition, with an inner glow! Over time it will become a valued and constant part of the fabric of your environment, perhaps a reminder of a significant occasion, and always there to help promote a reassuring sense of continuity and familiarity.

2. Self expression

Your choice of art will express your own unique tastes and interests and showcase your style. Whether you prefer bold and vibrant abstract pieces or serene landscapes, the art you choose reflects your personality and who you are. You will personalise your living space and create an environment that truly feels like home.

3. Inspiration

Art can spark creativity and inspire new ideas. Hanging artwork in your home provides a constant source of inspiration, encouraging you to think outside the box and explore your own creativity. Immersion in art will help you to focus and go with the flow.

4. Well-being

Art can have a beneficial impact on our emotions and overall well-being. Certain colours and compositions can evoke specific moods, offering a powerful tool for creating the desired ambience in your home. Whether you seek tranquillity, joy, or a sense of serenity, a carefully selected artwork can influence your mood and sense of well-being. Nature-inspired art, for example, can be calming, while vibrant colour or abstract pieces can invigorate and energise a room. There are no rules here. Just go with what feels right for you.

Art has the power to transform a house into a home, creating a living space that is not only aesthetically appealing but also a meaningful expression of your authentic self.

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This is true

John Eacott

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