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Art: Monet transpose the universe in your decoration

Oscar Claude Monet, says Claude Monet (1840-1926), is probably one of the most famous artists in the world. Members of the Impressionist movement, which takes its name from one of Monet’s paintings Impression, Sunrise (1872), Monet and his friends have revolutionized the art world with a whole new approach to light and color, outdoor painting the ephemeral, the impression of the moment. Monet uses a palette of pastel colors and floral motifs, which sublimate the light and sublimate your interior. In 1883, Monet moved to Giverny where he will spend the rest of his life and where he painted his most famous paintings: the series of Nympheas. Giverny The property is also a wonderful source of inspiration. Garden to the kitchen, Monet applies his art in his house here has many ideas to steal home,.

Art: Monet transpose the universe in your decoration

Philpotts Interiors
Paint your walls using an impressionist technique
Apply small swatches same color tones (green, blue, yellow) and melt them in order to create a blur on a wall. The color mixture will provide a great luminosity that will create a soft and fresh atmosphere in your room. The technique of stucco you will achieve will result. Otherwise, buy a nice wallpaper and paste it on a wall in your room, preferably facing a source of natural light to highlight the contrasts between colors.

Art: Monet transpose the universe in your decoration

Arch-Interiors Design Group, Inc.
Turn your bathroom into a piece of art by reproducing The nymphs with mosaics …
To do this, simply call a company that will allow you, thanks to the tailor-made to realize the design of your choice. A nice way to strengthen the link between the inside and outside to make your bathroom a haven of relaxation.

Art: Monet transpose the universe in your decoration

Ellen Kennon
… Or painting a mural of a flowery landscape
Monet loved nature, flowers and found these pastel colors and floral patterns these in most of his works. Paint the walls of a small room a little like a master painting and can give a romantic atmosphere. If you are not on your brush stroke, think about calling a professional painter.

Art: Monet transpose the universe in your decoration

Lucy Interior Design
Meet a large warm room
Marry several pastel colors in small steps (section of wall, furniture, accessories …) in order to give a little heat has a large white light and space.

Art: Monet transpose the universe in your decoration

Labro Davis
Get inspired by the Japanese art Monet
At the end of the nineteenth century, the influence of Japanese art, particularly in the textile patterns, has been very high. Monet including collecting prints, he hung in his house. Give a little Japanese style has your walls by selecting monotonous wallpapers in light colors, floral.

Art: Monet transpose the universe in your decoration

Villeroy Boch
Multiply floral patterns
Give your spring air inside all year! Buy crockery, sheets and pillows has floral motifs, surround yourself with fresh flowers and make your home a real winter garden.

Art: Monet transpose the universe in your decoration

John Malick Associates
Get inspired by Monet’s house in Giverny and copy its Provencal kitchen
yellow walls, tile white and blue faience. This style was very modern in the era and remains a charming classic today!

Exercise Style: Brighten your home has a grace deco provencal

Art: Monet transpose the universe in your decoration

The New York Botanical Garden
Grow a garden English
Monet was a big fan of gardening. The gardens of Giverny, splendid, as attested today. Plant wildflowers, profusion of colors and styles as in the gardens to the English.

Art: Monet transpose the universe in your decoration

KneeDeep Ponds, Inc.
Arrange yourself a waterhole
Creez you a place of inspiration, meditation, straight out of Monet’s paintings. Fascinated by the fountains and light, Monet painted his masterpiece, The nymphs, in his water garden. Small pond with Japanese-style bridge and course of lotus flowers.
If you have a large garden, why not reproduce this magical place and go there, like Monet, watch nature change over days?

AND YOU ?
Do you like Monet? How does that feel in your interior?

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