Under the series – Art Meets Pillows – the city art print Summertime Wellington by Marianne Muggeridge complements two pillows. One pillow in pink and the second in grey. In both cases, a triangle pattern decorates the throw pillows.
Geometric small triangle clusters to form larger triangles and squares with negative spaces in between that show the mirroring shapes. Altogether, the emerging intrinsic ethnic pattern beautifully resonates with the painting, its colors, and prevalent forms.
What is noteworthy about – Summertime Wellington – city art print?
Summertime Wellington is one of the New Zealand artists’ most sold works.
It gives a blue skyed summer day view towards the city’s residential area where white weatherboard houses with red and green metal roofing cling closely to the surrounding hills. The dense residential city living is characteristic of Wellington, the Capital of New Zealand.
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.
Pink throw pillows are at the heart of the feminine living room decor exploration. Here playful styling examples around color combination with pink find their spotlight. Color blends for the styling examples are pink and grey, pink and orange, pink and green, pink and yellow, and pink and blue. In this instance, floral pillows showing a single monochrome rose are the styling props.
Furthermore, the flower pattern displays in hues subdued by shades of black on less saturated colors and more intensely saturated colors lightened by white.
Subsequently, there are ten pale and ten intensely saturated colors in the rose pattern collection. Among the colors to point out are pink, grey, orange, green, yellow, blue. Whereas colors that are not paired up with pink include brown, red, turquoise, and purple.
Published products comprise square pillows, lumbar pillow, round pillows, cubes, and round poufs and blankets.
Lastly, if the pattern finds your favor, and the coloration is off for your existing home decoration or your new make-over project. Choose the pattern design and color to color it your way by personalizing the fill color.