Bartow Point DriveContemporary Bedroom, Atlanta


Bed: DWR
Bedside Tables: DWR
Blanket: Coyuchi
Throw: Brookefarm
Throw Pillow: sukan (Etsy)
Wall Sconces: One Forty Three
Flooring: Heart of Pine
Wallpaper: Hygge and West
Art: The Animal Print Shop

Richard Leo Johnson

Inspiration for a medium sized contemporary master and grey and yellow bedroom in Atlanta with medium hardwood flooring, multi-coloured walls and feature lighting. —  Houzz
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Rise Art added this to The Dos and Don'ts of Hanging Art Against Wallpaper27 April 2017

Do use negative spaceHanging works with plenty of negative space, or creating it by employing a wide mount or large frame, will set your work apart from the wallpaper behind. This is especially useful when working with a particularly busy or colourful wallpaper backdrop that could easily monopolise a viewer’s attention. This minimal work is equally as striking as the busy, patterned wallpaper it sits on, and the warm orangey-yellow accents in the room lift its subject. Always bare in mind that busy, abstract works will prove more of a challenge to pair with wallpaper.

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