Under the wall decor living room, artworks of contemporary and famous artists form the centerpiece of living room wall decoration. With this collaboration, KBM D3signs creates mood boards that match these art prints with designs for throw pillows of their product collections. It is an excellent way to exchange decor ideas and color schemes.
With this in mind, the wall art complements pillow surface designs by our team. There is a multitude of styles and patterns to draw inspiration. Our team thrives on feedback. Please, share what you think about the ideas. Most of all, if an idea inspires you to take action and post your outcome. It would be an honor to feature your wall decor living room and pillows idea on the KBM D3signs blog.
Renowned Edvard Munch art meets pillows in blue and orange by KBMD3signs. Various patterned pillows embellish living room decor with the focus on nine artworks by the expressionist painter.
Nine Edvard Munch Art Prints
Landscape Of Krogero
Girls Picking Apples
The Yellow Log
The Voice, Summer Night
Shore With Red House
About the Norwegian Painter Edvard Munch
The Norwegian painter Edvard Munch was born in Adalsbruk, Loten, Norway, in 1863 on the 12th, of December. Aged 80, the artist died in Oslo on January 23 in 1944.
As a well-known expressionist, his painting The scream reached internationally iconic status.
“In my art, I attempt to explain life and its meaning to myself.”
Entry in Edvard Munch’s Diary
Landscape Of Kragero, 1912
An energetic art print, Landscape Of Kragero by Edvard Munch, brings the scene to life in coral and turquoise blue with grass-green sloping hills. The modern and friendly wall decor complements a pair of throw pillows with a jagged pattern in blue and orange.
Famous Claude Monet art meets pillows in red by KBM D3signs. Nine artworks by the painter pair up with various red throw pillows to decorate modern living rooms.
Nine decoration examples range from sophisticated, modern to feminine, classic, and young and energetic. Each features a different artwork by the impressionist artist with a unique pillow pattern design by KBM D3signs.
Nine Claude Monet Art Prints
Water Lily Pond
Water Lily Pond (different light study)
Houses Of Parliament
Poplars In The Sun
Woman With Parasol
Paris On National Day
Who Is Claude Monet?
Claude Oscar Monet is a famous French artist, born 14 November 1840 in Paris. He died on the 5fifth December in 1926 of lung cancer in Giverny, Normandy.
As a student of Charles Gleyre where he met Renoir, Bazille, and Sisley. Their exploration of light outdoors initiated the impressionist movement. Plein-air landscape painting, in particular, series of the same motif under the influence of the seasons and changing light became a theme in many of the artist’s work.
The Water Lily Pond is one example that served as a motif to studying the influences of light and season.
Water Lily Pond
Sophistication in a living room showcases in this example of subdued hues in red and green. It is a beautiful environment for the Water Lily Pond. Added throw pillows in red with a stylized leaves pattern are for comfort and accent.
Gustav Klimt art meets pillows in nine showcases of modern art-focused living room decorations. Each example shows a possible color palette in response to the art print allying with a pillow surface pattern design by KBM D3signs.
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Art Meets Pillows
Portrait of Fritza Riedler, triangle patterned pillows
Red Woman, nested circle patterned pillows
The Sunflower, leaves patterned pillows
Mother And Child, butterfly patterned pillows
Beech Forest, box patterned pillows
Garden Path With Chickens, brick-wall patterned pillows
Tree Of Life, fragmented circles patterned pillows
Farm Garden, pixel patterned pillows
Mada Primavesi, checker and stripes patterned pillows
Portrait of Fritza Riedler
Domineering colors within the Portrait of Fritza Riedler are pale brown, terracotta, yellow and blue. With these hues, it makes it a harmonious living room decor for a room with a sandy-orange wall, a medium-blue carpet, and a grey couch that shows throw pillow decor in blue and terracotta with a triangle pattern.
Here the focus is on Paul Klee art. His colorful works decorate modern living rooms. Further, each print complements throw pillows with a pattern design by KBM D3signs.
Cote de Provence
Polyphony in Color
Highways and Byways
Revolution of the Viaduct
Blue and black are the colors of the art print Heroic Fiddling. The complementing pillow pair shows a blue and black stylized wave pattern. Whereas the painting comes immediately to mind upon reading the quote:
Here, black and white photo prints and throw pillows set the tone in the living room decorations.
Selected photographs are from various artists. However, the pillow designs are by KBM D3signs. In eight example settings from modern to vintage, quirky to rustic, the denominator black and white decor remains.
Eight Black And White Photo Prints Lead The Living-room Decor Ideas
Ballet at the Paris Opera
The Green Dancer
Friends at the Theatre
See for yourself and drop us a note in the comment field. Our team thrives on your feedback.
Modern green home decor with a focus on art prints of the famous Edgar Degas.
Here coupled with the paintings a diverse selection of green pillows is shown. Hues include lime-green, summer-green, moss green, and darker teal green. See for yourself and moreover leave a comment about what you think of the result.
Eight Art Prints By Edgar Degas Lead The Green Living-room Decor Ideas
In particular, matching animal print wall decor with hexagon-patterned throw pillows is at the center of attention within the home decor explorations. It is equally important to create a stylish and modern living room environment.
Eight Captivating Animal Photography Lead The Living-room Decor
Beautiful butterfly in black and white with yellow accents
Cool look in red-orange and grey staring at the bird Carolina Chickadee
Autumn vibe in green and yellow surrounding the red Northern Cardinal
Brown and turquoise contrast with a waiting Lagotto Romagnolo
Black and yellow Western Tiger Swallowtail butterfly feeding on a purple Iris
A red-spotted purple-blue butterfly feeds on an orange flower
On a purple thistle-feeding Hummingbird against a deep blue summer sky
A transparent-winged butterfly feeds on purple blossoms
Serene coastal art prints by Lincoln Seligman become the center of the following living room decor ideas.
Selected artworks captivate at first sight and make exceptional modern wall decor, so it became our goal to complement each beach-themed wall hanging with a pillow design by KBM D3signs. Please feel free to comment and let us know what you think about the outcome.
In response to the dominant color range in the paintings, the selected pillow colorations showcase the colors of the coast. The tint of blue, sea-green, purple, grey, and turquoise, while yellow and pink appear in moderation.
Who is Lincoln Seligman?
Born in 1950, the British artist Lincoln Seligman is a sculptor and painter.
Meanwhile, he is likely best known for his large-scale sculptures and installations. Worldwide modern landmark buildings display them in their atriums.
Turquoise and orange pillows are a great and inspiring summer combination. Given this, KBM D3signs presents six living room decoration ideas using vivid colored wall decor by Chris Rice to pair up with throw pillows in turquoise and orange.
Why choose turquoise and orange pillows for your summer living room decor?
Orange finds its place as a secondary color between red and orange. For this reason, the color has characteristics of each of the colors, such as joy, communication, and spreading loving energy. Pairing orange with its complementary color turquoise supports the summer vibe. The energetic expression of turquoise relates to communication and creativity.
Both colors show desirable attributes for a family living room to inspire a vivid, communicative and creative space filled with love and laughter.
Who is Chris Rice?
Musician. Painter. Author.
“Mine is a life inspired by the beauty and color of nature, the contemplation of God, and the humor tucked into small everyday moments. Driven to communicate all of this through creative means, I am overwhelmed by the privilege, and happy to find my work reaching so many people in meaningful ways.”