Friday, January 6, 2012

ROOM 125: ART WITH PRESENCE

With a limited run of 175 prints, Room 125 is artwork born from a love of decorative objects and antiquities. I discovered them at their High Point debut, and it was worth the jaunt down an otherwise lackluster row of vendors. With their large scale, dramatic impact and single subject matter, the framed presence on your wall will transform a grouping of art into a gallery- worthy selection.

Their prints and photos cover a wide range of topics to create totally unique feel.

Prints are available framed or unframed, and come in rolls tagged with calligraphy printed labels. Nice detail.

For the sporty, the 19th Century Shuttlecock with it's highly detailed feathers is a favorite. Got a game room?

The 18th Century Elephant in a dyptich is hand engraved with richly detailed color. The wise one is larger than life.

Porcelain Pattern with deep reds, indigo blues and sea green is available with a raw reclaimed wood frame or a gilt version.

The 18th Century porcelain white Intaglio of a woman's visage is available as shown with a white shadowbox or reclaimed plank frame.

An Antique French Chair in a watercolor looks just right in a more rustic frame.

5 comments:

quintessence said...

Love these = great find!!

Lori said...

Thanks for sharing these. I enjoyed them all, especially the french chair.

Interior Design News said...

The large shuttlecock is my favorite. I love the humor. Happy New Year!

Gwen Driscoll said...

Awesome, thanks!

Ideezine said...

Perfect wall art is a necessary piece in design and sometimes is where a room design starts.