America’s Favorite Color for Dining Rooms

Dream of Green
by Miriam Schulman, @schulmanArt
Tree art in a breakfast nook
Decorating Notes:
According to House Beautiful September 2012 issue, America’s favorite color choice for dining rooms is green! So don’t be afraid to use this bold color in dining or kitchen areas because you love it and everyone else will too!
Dominate colors in the tree art
Color Notes:
Bright chartreuse is in the Pantone fall color report and different versions of this fun lively green apple color have been in fashion for quite some time. Don’t worry about getting bored with it. This color is here to stay.
To make it fresh and modern pair it with a muted violet like Rhapsody and a warm yellow like honey gold. You can find all of these colors in the painting. The easiest way to reinvigorate your space is with an original piece of artwork. You will find all these colors in the Tree artwork, “Beautiful Bark”.
Fun, colorful tree art for any room that needs color!
Art Notes:
Original mixed media collage tree art created by New York artist Schulman depicts an abstract landscape with bare trees in a chartreuse green forest with a funky purple zebra print on the forest floor. The collage elements are torn pieces of painted pieces of sheet music as well as torn watercolor paintings. The painted piano sheet music represents the bark of trees. This stunning large wall art will look great with many decorating schemes. Dominant colors in this artwork are chartreuse green, violet-blue purple, honey yellow, and a purple zebra print

 

Size: 24×30″ gallery wrapped canvas – 1 7/8″ sides painted black
Framing: wired and ready to hang
colors: chartreuse green, violet-blue, honey yellow, purple zebra print
Musical Art, fantastic art to 
decorate the home of a music lover!
The deep gallery wrapped sides adds a sculptural quality
that makes the art pop off the walls! (also no framing required!)

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