sponsored by king & mcgaw. all words & images my own.
as an artist/illustrator/visual creative, art surrounds me all the time. it’s my life and my living. this of course relates to the home too, whether that be me making a mess making my collages, art books piled everywhere, and of course art on the walls. a home doesn’t really feel like a home until there’s art on the walls. i remember when we moved here just over 5 years ago …it was only when we put my paintings up that it felt more like home, somewhere that was really lived in.
if you followed me way back in 2010 (or even years before that) you’ll know that i painted quite a lot alongside getting into collage, and most of these paintings are the ones that reside on our walls now. i feel like 90+ percent of people reading this will have never seen these, so thought this was a great opportunity to share!
of course, i do have work by other artists like esther cox, louise byng, mouni feddag, postcards by house industries (above)… and more. i would love an andy warhol print and some classic vintage fashion photography, too. if we were allowed more holes in the walls i’d love a gallery wall with some vintage botanicals. i don’t do themed and minimal when it comes to home decor, ha!
saying that, though, i do love minimal geometrics and think they look stylish and well suited to many home decor styles. i put together a pinterest board below with some geometric pieces from king & mcgaw, interspersed with some lovely homes with minimal and geometric elements.