Art

October 28, 2019

WHAT’S NEW IN ART, ARCHITECTURE, AND DESIGN

BREATHING NEW LIFE INTO THE PRINTED PAGE, CREATING BUILDINGS MORE SENSITIVE TO THEIR CONTEXT, AND MOVING TOWARD MAXIMALISM
June 3, 2020

WHAT’S NEW IN ART, ARCHITECTURE, AND DESIGN

TRENDING: CONTEMPORARY FLORALS, MODERN FARMHOUSES, AND “EXPERIENTIAL” ROOMS
November 5, 2020

WHAT’S NEW IN ART, ARCHITECTURE, AND DESIGN

EDGY PASTELS, AMENITY-FILLED SECOND HOMES, AND KITCHEN APPLIANCES THAT BLEND IN WELL
December 6, 2020

SQUARING AWAY YOUR WALLS

When walls collide with geometric shapes, an uninspired space can suddenly have a strong point of view. Whether iterated as patterned wallpaper, mirrors, or artwork in shapely frames, the effect can be subtle or statement making.

“Geometric shapes are very dynamic and carry a lot of visual weight,” says New Jersey-based Jennifer Matthews, co-founder and creative director at Tempaper, a line of removable wallpaper. “If they are small, they can add textural interest, whereas larger shapes create bold movement in a room