Matt and I live in a fantastic apartment designed by a local Madison architect. For the last 2 years, our vast white brick entry way wall has remained empty. Partly due to the fact that we didn't have anything suitable to hang there and that we kind of liked the blank, minimal look where our beloved bench could shine.
This is a linoleum block print I've created
As it turns out, we've aquired several pieces of art we really love (50% of which I've made) and thought they'd do very nicely on said empty wall. And just like that, we have an art gallery! It looks so great, I wish we'd done it sooner.
This emerald gem was purchaced for under $2 at the "dig 'n save" thrift shop. I call it a "yarn painting"
I snatched this pretty little piece of pottery up for $1 a couple weeks ago. A real beauty!
I put this little vignette together on our dining table. Something about it is just so pleasing to my eye.
Speaking of pleasing, we visited Ikea two weeks ago and I came home with two of these fantastic pots (among several other things). It couldn't look more perfect with my favorite cactus.