Villa RedfernoEclectic Hall, Sydney
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Stop … in the name of loveSaying what we feel, showing we care, spending quality time – these things are what we often regret when crisis strikes and we lose someone we love. The beginning of a new year is the right time to ensure we have no regrets later. Write a letter, hug a little harder, laugh a little more, give someone your full attention. You know what to do.
This functional vignette pictured left also incorporates its natural landscape beautifully. Our eyes automatically include the stairs and floor-mat within this vignette because the bright purple tones that pop alongside the bright coloured signs. TIP: A great wall vignette will always consider the composition of a room and the decor objects already occupying it.
Road signs can be hung on walls as colourful and humorous pieces of art. Each road sign will weather and age in a unique way, so you are guaranteed of producing an original artwork. Road signs have been designed to be noticed, so using them as wall decor is a sure-fire way to creating eye-catching displays that visitors to your home will notice. These old signs have been removed from their posts and curled slightly around the edges to soften their appearance. The orange sign with the black arrow points us in the right direction, up the stairs. And a perfectly placed chair is ready if we need to STOP.
9. Iconic furnitureThe original moulded plywood Eames chair was first conceived by Charles and Ray Eames in 1946. It became popular in the 1950s and is still being reproduced today. Being pliable and strong, plywood is an excellent medium for furniture.