Friday, November 9, 2012

At Odds

I love photoshop.  Not for editing real photos to look like you're a better photographer than you are but for trying out home decor without buying it first.

I've realized while looking at Etsy, that my taste in art is wildly different than my taste in furnishings.  I did a little Google search about how to buy art and got two conflicting notes on the subject.

A-Don't buy art to match your room.  By art you love.

B-The art that you love might not match your room.  Hang it somewhere else.

What exactly am I supposed to do with that info?  How do I reconcile a slightly glam room with non-glam art?

These are the things that I think about so that I don't think about the serious stuff.

Here's a bunch of photos of art that I like, in my room.

I'm not sure any of them actually work.



  1. I actually love the 5th one done - the bright trees and think it looks amazing against the grey and blue with the red lamps. Perfect touch of colour.

  2. I really like the first one and the last one.

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