KEEP IT FRESH

Style at Home - - Decorating -

Take a cue from your favourite gallery, which likely ro­tates its col­lec­tion. Change is part of a suc­cess­ful dis­play, whether you move things around or swap out pieces en­tirely. For most of us, bud­get plays a part, so don’t be afraid to fill empty spa­ces with in­ex­pen­sive prints, photos and me­men­toes while you’re sav­ing up for that perfect orig­i­nal. In ad­di­tion to the Samsung Col­lec­tion of 100 works on The Frame, the My Col­lec­tion fea­ture al­lows home­own­ers to up­load fam­ily photos and their own art­work. One bonus to re­ar­rang­ing your pieces is that your room takes on a whole new look. And it’s not just the images that can change – think about mat­ting and fram­ing, too. We like that Samsung’s innovative piece of­fers in­ter­change­able frames to suit any dec­o­rat­ing scheme. Be­cause, above all else, your art col­lec­tion should re­flect you.

ART WALL: TOP ROWS, FROM LEFT Black and white wreath, Elte Mar­ket; hexagon MIR­ROR, Elte; wood cut­ting, coral, HomeSense; Plant Cell 4 by Mary Gas­par, Lush Com­po­si­tion by Me­lanie Sev­erin, Minted; Is­land VII by Tadeusz Bier­not, Art In­te­ri­ors. BOT­TOM ROW, FROM LEFT Torched by Kaydi Bishop, South­ern Cot­ton Dou­ble Bloom Square by An­gela Sime­one, Minted; Playa Shore­line by Tommy Clarke (on The Frame); vin­tage pho­to­graphs, Art In­te­ri­ors.

HIDE & SEEK JUST ONE CA­BLE MEANS NO TANGLE OF CORDS TO DISTRACT FROM YOUR ARTFUL VIGNETTE.

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