Editor’s Picks: Shapeshifters
Published Nov 9, 2016 5:00 AM
From Matisse’s Cut-Outs to Alex Proba‘s wildly imaginative and graphic works, I’ve always been a fan of the colorfully abstract. Here, a handful of pieces – from the big and the bold to the more understated – that appeal to my minimalist-loving self. Take a peek at the stunning finds that are inspiring me right now!
This graphic piece challenges the utilitarian qualities of a vase, gearing it up to double as an accent piece that can stand alone, sans the florals.
Coffee tables come fairly standard in shape, but this ingeniously abstract take is actually composed of three separate pieces, making it avail to your stylistic preferences.
Mini Cut Cushion
A hand-printed piece with a statement-making pattern to add that pop of color your space was missing.
Color Puzzle Copy
Finally a puzzle that can seamlessly translate into a style-focused decor accent. This painted wood, tabletop version features 15 unique shapes and colors, which manage to effortlessly complement one another. Style it in its finalized form on the coffee table or set it within a bookshelf in a singular tower.
Ice Cream Mirror
Every home deserves at least one playful element. This no-frills mirror embodies the clean cut aesthetic of Scandinavian design and pays tribute to a personal favorite treat.
A desktop organizer that comes in an abstract color play with a geometric edge is always a major plus, especially for the lackluster workspace.
This color blocked throw pillow channels an aesthetic reminiscent of a collage. Consider it an understated yet effortlessly chic addition to your living room setup.
An accent wall starts with a graphically-patterned print that sets the tone for the entire room. This gold, hand-printed wallpaper is definitely a show-stopper.
Pattern Rug – C
Geometric with an air of contemporary cool. This hand-looped rug is simply perfection.