Using a strong element for your design requires a lot of good planning and great attention to the details and the placement of these pieces in your room. Let's take for example the art of Piero Fornasetti.
Fornasetti's art creates a relatively loud presence, and therefore adding these pieces to your design can give you one of the best conversation rooms.
Make sure not to use too many pieces in one room, as it could feel stuffy or maybe even overwhelming.
You want to create a wow effect by using very few pieces of furnishings and perhaps balancing them off on the opposite side of the room with wall art of the artist , a desk, or a chest of drawers or toss cushions on your sofa or the floor. Remember it is very important that people feel a great the atmosphere of the room as they walk in, and then slowly discover all the interesting things you have put in it.
It is just like getting yourself dressed up, you want people to notice you and your personality first and then the outfit you have put yourself together in, complementing you.
I find Fornasetti's art to be extremely humourous and fun, being one of the strongest and most present elements one could use to decorate their home, it can also create big drama in a dining room, used with a rich colour as a backdrop.
Which-ever way you choose to incorporate his art in your room, it will sure add a special kick to it and you are guaranteed to surprise your friends and create a long lasting impression of your space when they come to visit you.
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