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The New Way to Style Art

May 19, 2019

 


Happy Sunday friends!

 

I'm writing this on a nice May Saturday afternoon. FINALLY some good weather here in Massachusetts! I feel like its been forever since the sunshine has been out.

 

 VIA KARA ROSENLUND

 

Its kind of nice having some rainy days though. It makes me feel less guilty about doing things around the house. I love spending rainy days cleaning and organizing while jamming out to some tunes (obviously TSwift, of course). 

 

And during this last week of dreadful weather, I've really been gearing up and getting things ready for our home. I started redecorating and moving things around. I get sick of complicity and love switching things up. Since we work from home, we are both here all.the.time. And for me, I like change and like getting excited about new things. I get in this whole mindset and once I get these ideas, I need to carry them out. 

VIA THE BRICK

 

We bought our home about a year ago, but we didn't officially move in until the fall. So, we are still working on really making this place feel like our home. And while we have a lot of renovations along the way, I'm loving the progress that we are making. It's really fun working alongside my husband! He's such an incredibly talented guy, and he's made some beautiful things for our home.

 

One thing that I've been really into is trying to find the perfect art for our home. We need to paint most of it, but in the meantime, I've been on an artwork kick. 

 

 VIA KARA ROSENLUND

 

Artwork is something thats so personal. It's really something that you need to think about, because artwork has such a big impact on the overall design of a space. I for one, love abstract artwork and photography. But, more on the minimal side. I like buildings, landscapes, and just organic shapes. We've been incorporating these elements into our home over the past few years. 

 

VIA PINTEREST

 

 

For people, myself included, that love switching up artwork, it can be kind of tricky. It's an investment in your home to put up a frame. Between the anchoring and hanging, you will leave holes in your walls. Because of this, I've been trying out something new. I've just been leaning the artwork on the wall!

 

I've been doing this on our fireplace and in some of the bedrooms that we've been working on. Whats so nice about this is you can just plop it on the mantel and be done! No hanging or time required. I mean, how great is that?! I'm sure Mike like this way too, no power tools me me haha

 

 

 VIA URBAN OUTFITTERS

 

 

I'm a big fan of the oversized artwork on the ground. It gives an eclectic, effortless feel to the space, which I think is great. It makes your home feel more cozy, and comfortable. There's nothing worse, in my opinion, of a home that feels like you can't just sit down and relax. 

 

So, what do you guys think, would you try this out? Let me know in the comments!

 

 


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 xx

 

-Han

 

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Hi I'm Hannah, the founder and interior designer for Lawless.

Thanks so much for stopping by the studio and blog! It has been a labor of love over the past couple of years and its been very exciting to see it grow. With my love of design, health and wellness, fashion, traveling, and the great outdoors, its always fun sharing my thoughts. For any partnerships, or If you would like to submit a request, please email us at info@lawless-design.com. Thanks!

xx Han

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