Discover decor for your modern home new blog post by Miriam Schulman, @schulmanArt
Decorating Idea Using Charteuse Lime Green, Tree Art by Schulman
House Beautiful featured interior decorator Jamie Drake who decorated this Manhattan apartment. His design scheme combines multiple hues of green to create a palette of “cool, unapproachable beauty.”
In a guest bedroom, Drake upholstered an Avery Boardman twin bed with two emphatic Bergamo prints: Hyde Park for the seat and Rosegarten for the cushions. The throw pillows are in Schumacher’s Zenyatta Mondatta. The George Smith Norris Chair is in Palmarola by Pierre Frey, the walnut-and-brass end tables from Buck House. Drake’s original interior design did not include this artwork. Artwork has been added digitally to give you inspiration of how this art would look in your own home.
Want to steal this look?
I did all the hunt work for you to help you discover how you can steal this look for your own home with handcrafted and vintage finds on etsy. Swap the George Norris chair for a mid-century look by UpcycledHome. This clever shop has the Schumacher’s divine Zenyatta Mondatta fabric in the Peacock colorway. Another option is lunarloungedesign whose shop has an olive lounge chair. Combine that with a decorative pillow by habitationBoheme. The chic little pillow cover is also made with the Schumacher fabric in peacock with the pattern going vertically. Another fantastic find is this vintage brass table from thrallgirl. Excellent price for an an incredible value. Steal the table before she raises the price. At $225, this table won’t be available for long. Although there are a lot of vintage end tables available on etsy, you really need a matched set. Go for a handcrafted pair. A perfect place for a lamp and a book, with a good sized drawer for storage the walnut end table by ZurnDesign has the futuristic design to complement your mid-century design scheme. Use two to bookend your sofa, or have one beside your favorite chair.They even have a matching credenza. Finally, since accessories always make a room, don’t forget a little ceramic vintage lime green bowl offered by WESTALFREDSTREET
Add artwork for the finishing touch
*SOLD* Valsette Forest, Mixed Media Collage Art
This original tree painting is a tapestry of ultramarine blue, chartreuse green and brown colors and textures. The landscape mixed media collage is hand crafted with piano sheet music and paint. The lime green forest floor contrasts with the soft, serene cool sky and solid vertical shapes of the trees. This tree wall art has black deep gallery wrapped sides and is wired and ready to hang without a frame. The artwork will pop off the walls with the contemporary canvas, You will get enjoyment every time you look at this abstract tree art as it completes your home decor and raises the mood of everyone in the room. Evoking the deep forests where native oak trees lived before time began, this timeless art fits both into modern and contemporary decor. When choosing the best artwork for your space, you will find that these soft and soothing blue green hues are easy to incorporate with your existing interior design. Whether you are a musician or a tree hugger you will love this playful mixed media collage tree art on canvas.
More Home Decor and Creative Gift Ideas for Tree Huggers:
Valsette Forest Large Serving Tray
Enjoy breakfast in bed or serve guests with a chic coffee tray. These modern decorative trays make classic home accessories and add an eclectic design element to any room. They also serve
as excellent hostess gifts!
Music Amongst the Trees Suede Pillow
This decorative suede pillow incorporates piano sheet music into a blue, green, and teal nature scene. Makes the perfect gift for any music lover or musician! For the couch or the bedroom,
this stain resistant pillow is comfort personified.
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I’m Miriam Schulman, your curator of inspiration.
I inspire art-lovers to reconnect with their creativity and profit from their art. Whether you paint simply for the joy of it or you’re serious about selling your work, and you’re ready to stop putting yourself on the back burner...You're in the right place. I've done it and I can inspire YOU how to do it too.