• Displaying Art Living Room Furniture
    Interior Design

    3 Tips for Displaying Art In Your Home

    Displaying art in your home is a great way to showcase your personal aesthetic while simultaneously creating a space you love and can visually appreciate. However, just because you have a piece of art that you love and want to display doesn't mean that you know the best way to effectively do this. Especially if you already have a hard time with your interior decor, it can be very intimidating to try and integrate a piece of art with the rest of a room.

  • Bedroom Sleep
    Interior Design

    Calming Bedroom Colours for a Great Night’s Sleep

    When you've been on the go all day, you need to feel complete relaxation when you retire to your bedroom at night. And you can do this by choosing paint colours which will calm you down and boost your mood. But with thousands of hues that can be created, where do you begin? Read our guide to find out more about calming bedroom colours for a great night's sleep.

  • Ceiling Lighting
    Home Improvement

    How to Decorate a Ceiling

    DIY home improvement projects can always seem a bit daunting, especially when you’re planning to renovate your ceiling. Thanks to developments in home improvement, you have a few options when it comes to how you decorate your ceiling. If you’re looking to start the year with a fresh new look for your ceiling, we’ve created a comprehensive guide on how to transform it. Read on to find out more. Tiling We’ll begin our guide with the most difficult method of decorating. For people who have their heart set on a tiled ceiling, this section is for you. Tiles can look spectacular, especially in a bathroom or a shower room. However,…

  • Painting from Photograph
    Graphic Art

    Paintings from Pictures: Establishing the Artistic Vision

    The distinct link between photography and painting has been a subject of discussion since the invention of the former in 1839. Many painting enthusiasts were convinced that photography was putting painting out of business and lamented a loss prematurely. Photographers feared that the painters did not perceive them as serious artists. The two arts have competed over the years, each trying to outdo the other. However, painting and photography are quickly becoming complementary and the artists realize that each can enhance the other. Photography has been elevated as an art by the understanding of painting. Photography was originally focused only on realism which represents the subjects truthfully without artistic conventions…