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.
Michael Smither is the painter of Rocks With Mountain art print. Smither is a well known contemporary New Zealand artist.
The print favors hues in grey and blue with a balancing element in red. An unusual perspective portraits Mount Taranaki which leads the observer’s eye from a front-centered close-up view of rounded rocks surrounding a waterhole becoming smaller and smaller towards the distant horizon. There a red tractor stops the eye before it wanders to the snow-capped Mt. Taranaki.The Mountain peaks proudly into a cloudless blue sky.
It is a popular non-limited print edition that beautifully celebrates the different textures that come together. There is the distinct smooth round shape of the pebbles and the clear transparent and insubstantial element of the water bordered by rounded stones. Then there is the snowy mountain top breaking through the clearness of the sky. Using the size of the pebbles in the front in the same size the red tractor appears in the distance, the artist masterfully creates the impression of vastness and resulting in a landscape with depth.
Mount Taranaki has two official names. The second name is Mount Egmont. It is a dormant volcano in the Taranaki Region on the West Coast of New Zealand’s North Island.
Here, the red color splash of the print finds reflection in the home decor. Two throw pillows in shades of the faint red of the tractor decorate a blue armchair. Both display a fragmented circle pattern.
Red throw pillows are the focal point of our exploration.
The dark red pillows show a square spiral repeat pattern print, a print in black, white, or shades of each. Using shades of black or white to define the pattern results in a monochrome pillow print in the color of choice. With this, any existing color scheme finds accommodation.
That leads to a series of mood boards exploring color and style. Find on mood boards seven styling inspirations assembled. With the variation in shading and pattern size amenability, the red pillows combine with the colors yellow, turquoise, brown, blue, green, grey, and black.
Seven Eye-catching Dark Red Pillow Alliances
First up in the presentation is a stunning red and white pillow pair on an elegant, clear-lined mat black camelback sofa.