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
Under the series – Art Meets Pillows – Wave Haven, Raglan is a screenprint by Tony Ogle and complemented by two pillows. One pillow in pink and the second in green. In both cases, the throw pillows display the ripple pattern.
The pillow surface pattern simulates the regular surf rolling towards the coastline, as depicted in the screenprint.
What is noteworthy about Wave Haven Raglan screenprint?
The numbered and signed screenprint shows a peaceful evening view where the observer experiences the sight of the surfer standing on the deck and enjoying the evening spectacle. Also, the scene includes a small single batch in grey-blue with pink accents. Green bush stretches on both sides of the building with an open view towards the sea. There evenly rolling turquoise green surf reaches the beach with a white crown. Meanwhile, the evening sky reflects its pink and blue hues in the distant water.
It is a peaceful scene that stands out in the mix of colors used that are so descriptive to New Zealand’s West Coast.
Raglan is a tourist destination that is famed for an active holiday filled with lots of outdoor activities such as surfing, horse riding, tracking, and kayaking.
Taranaki Cliffs canvas print by Diana Adams has the spot-light in the series Art Meets Pillows.
On walks, the painter finds her artistic inspiration. Once an inspiration takes roots, she then beautifully reduces her subject to its essence with clear lines like in the Taranaki Cliffs remain. With a three-dimensional feel to the painting, the observer feels pulled into a landscape with brilliant colors.
An overcast sky that opens-up and letting a hint of the sun through and envelopes the eroding ilands off the Taranaki Cliffs. Dark turquoise tinted surf is breaking white-crowned in steady ripples on the shore. In the meantime, the turquoise sea contrasts the greyish black sand beach and the volcanic-layered cliffs.
The top of the cliffs appears capped with the dark green of coastal shrubs. It is a captivating canvas print of one of New Zealand’s contemporary artists.
Art Meets Pillows, Wavy Stripes Pattern Design
Art Meet Pillows relates to the waves and stripes that are defining in the artwork. Wavy-stripes is a monochrome repeat pattern on the grey and green throw pillows.
The pattern reminds, in its horizontal direction, of layered stone, which intensifies through varying shades. Meanwhile, a diagonal direction on a green pillow reminds one of rolling waves.