|An Atlanta home decorated by Miles Redd reimagined with peacock art by Miriam Schulman. Discover both original peacock art and also peacock prints|
This living room is the Rollins family home in Atlanta Georgia– one of of those big ole houses that have a name, like Tara. This one is called boxwood and the owner chose modern interior decorator Miles Redd to add some spunk to it.
Atlanta Home by Designer Miles Redd
Take the living room. Using traditional Brunschwig &Fills silk– but as wall upholstery. The chairs are covered in caramel calfskin leather and a traditional yet fabulous Oushuk rug grounds the mix of orange and blue. No, Redd and Rollins did not use my artwork for the actual living room ( I digitally added it…) but doesn’t it look fabulous among these transitional furnishings?
|Peacock Paparazzi Collage, 3×3′ canvas by Schulman SOLD – collect the canvas print|
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Miriam Schulman embraces her creative life with wholeheartedness in Scarsdale, New York. Schulman studied art history at Dartmouth College and abandoned a hedge fund career to work on her art full time. Her watercolor and mixed media paintings have been seen on NBC, published in art magazines and home decor books. In addition, the Hudson River Museum and Katonah Museum of Art carry her artistic accessories in their gift shops. She has been published in art magazines such as Art of Man and most recently in Somerset Studio. Explore her art at www.SchulmanArt.com or take a class at TheInspirationPlace.net