Limited by Saatchi Art // My Top Ten Picks

September 28, 2017

 

Art is a tricky one for me when designing houses. My clients often ask me to source artwork to go with their newly designed living space – which I absolutely LOVE. The art is what brings a room to life, but sometimes it’s either too expensive, or too personal, or too specific. So, when you get a chance to work with an amazing company, that offers all different art style options, competitive price points, feature emerging artists, and show up ready to hang, you jump for joy. I partnered with Saatchi Art to curate my own limited collection of pieces. Each print on Limited is carefully curated and editioned, offering some super cool artwork at wallet-friendly budgets. Bonus: they’re ready-to-hang! Go check out my hand picked 10×10 collection on Limited by Saatchi Art. This is #MyLimitedStyle, what’s yours?

I’m obsessed with my 10 x 10 curated collection and was inspired by the overall tranquility. The mixed media used throughout, creates an overall sense of “abstract calm”. They have incredible photography while also offering paintings, drawings, and block prints. Let me tell ya, this makes it a great tool when sourcing for a wall collage. I love putting different textures & mediums together, it immediately adds interest to a space, and tells a story to the viewer.

Whether you’re splurging for yourself, or gifting to a close friend – They offer all different price points. They even offer framing, so you don’t have to worry about that – it’s already done for you. Plus, if you’re feeling really wild, you can even purchase the original art piece to start your own collection. You can thank me later!

This is a sponsored post in partnership with Limited by Saatchi Art.

  1. Art is such an important design consideration – it can totally transform a room. I’ve collected a lot of our art on my travels. I like the sentimentality of remembering the time and place associated with each piece. You can see the before and after photos of our San Francisco remodel here, if you’d like: http://www.thislifeisbelle.com/home/2017/7/12/our-home-in-san-francisco-part-2

    All of that being said, so long as a piece of art makes you happy when you look at it, then it’s doing its job 🙂

    I think Saatchi Art are doing a great job of making art more accessible, and your collection is absolutely stunning. I’m inspired to buy something new… You can never have too much art! <3

  2. I am in love with the first piece..I think that all these pieces are very versatile and will go with various themes and shades..Thanks for sharing this..Feeling Inspired!

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