Our Curated Edit: Artwork & Spring Interior Trends

See our curated edit of the best artwork for your interior this Spring. Wether your looking to re-decorate, you've just moved home or just fancy something new to add to your space.

See our curated edit of the best artwork for your interior this Spring. Whether you're looking to re-decorate, you've just moved home or simply fancy something new to add to your space - we've put together the best pieces for the latest interior trends. 

Viva Magenta! 

This year it's all about pink! ‘Viva Magenta’ was announced as the Pantone colour of the year 2023 and we are loving this trend. 

Lauren Baker’s ‘Galaxy Explosion' (Diamond Dust Pink) is the perfect match for this trend and would suit various spaces, including your bedroom, dressing room or living space. 

Alternatively,  if you wanted a piece to match a pink based colour palette we’d recommend Joseph Lorusso’s ‘Not Myself’. His warm, often dreamlike paintings ooze a restful aura and have a sense of spirituality to them. You’d never tire of this beautiful piece in your home.


Vibrant, Big and Bold 

Spring is a time to look forward to the brighter days, and taking inspiration from that we are loving these beautifully bright pieces. 

Dan Parry-Jones creates mixed media urban landscapes which exude South Beach, Art Deco vibes - this particular piece ‘Girl with Three Palms’ is one we think would transform your home and would definitely brighten up any corner. 

Our latest exhibition artist, Petra Schott, creates abstract oil paintings that are vibrant in colour and come in a variety of sizes. This particular piece ‘Mediterranean V’ is bold, bright and colourful - it is large in scale and powerful. This would look stunning amongst your main living spaces and is certainly one that would hang in your home forever. 


Serene Landscapes

We are a society of busy people and when we come home, we want our space to feel calm, relaxing and be an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.  Living a little more ‘Hygge’ as the Danish have inspired so many to by embracing a slower pace and softening your environment - Art can help to do this and provide that sereneness that you desire to create a space to unwind.

This piece by Kerr Ashmore makes us feel warm and happy, it emulates the happiness of what Spring days bring. Kerr’s works are reflections of nature, memory and emotion. This piece in particular is beautifully aesthetic, ‘The Comfort You Bring - Study 7’ would certainly bring a luxe feel to your interior space. 

This stunning piece by printmaker Kristina Chan just completely encapsulates the lightness that Spring brings. Kristina’s practice spans printmaking, photography and installation, and she explores the boundaries between individual and collective memory – and how memory affects our relationship with places.

This particular piece was inspired by her memories of growing up surrounded by forests where the thick light scattered the ground. We’d love to see this in a stunning entryway, or dining area - it's such a thought provoking piece. 

Discover the beauty of art for your home and book yourself a home consultation today, work with our experts who do all the hard work for you and help you to select stand out pieces that will hang in your home forever. Find out more about our home consultations. Remember to tag us on Instagram with pictures of the art hanging in your home, we love to see this! 

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