by Miriam Schulman, @SchulmanArt
|Artwork looks right at home in a room with bright coral
This year’s designer go to color is called tangerine orange which plays out in a range of bright orange red to a soft coral. Here the reddish coral hues are used sparingly with accessories and artwork to keep this bedroom festive and fun without turning too feminine. The headboard to a 1970’s Kreiss in Clarence House’s Flowering Quince.The designer of this apartment master bedroom is STEVEN SCLAROFF. Two artworks in his decorating scheme were replaced with original watercolor paintings to give you decorating inspiration!
The first beach watercolor painting pictures a red sun sinking into the turquoise watercolor of the ocean. A dock is silhouetted against an overcast coral sky. A lone sea gull walks along the sandy beach.
What is more romantic than a sunset with palm trees and the ocean? The next beach watercolor painting pictures a yellow sun sinking into the turquoise watercolor of the ocean. Palm trees are silhouetted against an overcast coral sky. They are both signed original landscape paintings by the artist Miriam Schulman.