Awe-inspiring and exuberant would perhaps be modest descriptors of the larger-than-life Maximalist style that is defined by excess. Art plays an integral part in the Maximalist Decor space, adding colours, patterns, layers and stories to an ambiance that is already bursting at the seams to enchant us with its many voices.
Picasso preferred black and white. Do you remember Guernica? He believed that colours instigate sensual pleasure and monochrome demands an intellectual engagement. Shades of black and white are not only peaceful and timeless, but they have a certain stillness in them which begs the viewer to delve deeper. Here we have combined monochrome shades and art styles ranging from abstract to flora to showcase the power of black and white and how the shades effortlessly create relaxing and chic interior spaces.
There is a long history of colours being associated with certain attributes and moods in different cultures. Phrases like “feeling blue”, “seeing red”,“green with envy”, and “in the pink of health” are ingrained in language and evoke a sense of immediate familiarity and recognition. The abstract artworks of Vatsala Menon, with their rich colours and titles like “Flamboyance” and “Deception” play on a similar level of using colours not just for their immediate visual effect but also as a means of portraying something more innate, more intangible.Read
The rich hues of jewels stones find a home in multiple spaces, adding a unique brightness and radiance perfected by Nature herself. Art complements these jewel tones in a unique way requiring careful thought and consideration so as to create a holistic ambience without disrupting the natural tones. Here, we have combined the knack of choosing the right art and the historic significance of jewel stones to offer an interior taste that goes beyond the commonly used interior styles.Read
It's about diversifying colours and embracing cheerful and relaxing designs. Whether it's the vibrant door, botanical patterns, or a sunny wall, tropical decor is all about vivid colours, freshness and vitality. Art is a simple way to transform your interiors into a relaxing, tropical space without adding several decor elements. Take a look at some of our proposed ideas.Read
White walls are no longer the trend, even when it comes to art. A perfect shade can serve as a suitable backdrop, thus allowing the brilliance of your artworks to hold the stage. Not all colours work, however. Colour on walls can be distracting too, if chosen incorrectly. We have some ideas on what colours to consider and why.Read
Bathrooms don’t have to be just functional spaces. Art in bathrooms can radically transformed an erstwhile sterile, utilitarian room into a warm space perfect for relaxing baths and unwinding after a long day. Check out these creative ideas of choosing and arranging artworks that fit diverse bathroom styles, and we think you’ll love them!Read
Deciding on artworks suitable for rustic interiors can be quite a challenge, given the existing, curious blend of elements. A rustic interior aesthetic is often synonymous with a warm and cozy feeling. Amidst its textures and layers of stone walls, the abundant use of wood and other curious blends of elements, art finds a special place in the mix.Read
Minimalist decor spaces capture an airy quality that lets you breathe between its open expanses and uncluttered aesthetic. Color palettes range from soothing pastels on white to contrasting colors and patterns that add a playful hint of brightness. Declutter your decor and mind, and let your creativity inhabit these beautiful spaces.Read
Designed by the renowned architect, B. V. Doshi, AmdavadniGufa is a permanent exhibition space for the site-specific murals of M. F. Hussain. The cave or gufa in Gujarati has an unusual architectural style that fuses a contemporary look with ancient motifs and natural themesRead