Whether you’re planning to splash some art in your home or simply want to brush up on your cultural knowledge when showing off art pieces at your house gathering.
Ready for some inspiration? Here are some incredible and insanely accomplished artists with their one of a kind art pieces you can adorn your home with.
As millennials with access to the internet, we all have been guilty of scrolling through endless pictures of beautiful homes on a lazy Sunday. As someone perpetually on the lookout for inspirations for interiors and home decor, aim is to find art pieces that not only makes your house or apartment aesthetically appealing, but warm and welcoming too.
Instagram is one of the go-to social media platforms for inspirational content. Besides beauty, travel, and fashion, users can get inspired by artists and design influencers and it’s a platform where you will get to know contemporary art and its creators. Thankfully, there are plenty of amazing designers and artists out there to provide some much-needed inspiration, and many of them have opted to use Instagram as a place to catalogue their portfolio of work. Decor ideas can come from anywhere — and if you’re someone who’s looking for more inspiration. I’ve curated a group of 10 super-talented artists specialising in a range of disciplines.
Hand painted interior art and wall coverings creator
Get ready to swoon over Diane Hill wall art murals. This artist is all about fresh takes on all things sleek, modern, and functional Far-Eastern art and ancient technique, yet she tastefully adapts classic designs to suit modern interiors.
Diane Hill is a highly skilled painter, creating unique designs for interior surfaces. Her art pieces make impressive plays with texture and shine. She has a wealth of expertise in mural painting, repairs and alterations, having travelled globally to paint in some of the world’s finest interiors. It’s safe to say, Diane Hill art murals are paving her way to the top.
Her art pieces and hand painted wall coverings are the perfect way to create a statement and talking point in your room, and if your aim is to create the ‘wow’ factor this artist is your answer.
A Mexican yarn, textile and street art creator
Bold, bright, and beautiful — that’s how one sees Victoria Villasana’s creations. Her use of colour and texture bring the spice of life right into your home.
Victoria Villasana is a Mexican yarn artist but her work is inspired from different cultures. Her art is often described as a “symbiosis of cultures.” Her trademark pieces, portraits embellished with yarn and pasted up on London streets, mix indigenous Mexican and western art and deliver a healthy dose of rebellious femininity.
The dynamism in her work also derives from the way the yarn is left uncut, bleeding over the ages of the pages, far below the frame giving a surreal aesthetic.
Her creation has taste full of charm, elegance, and whimsy with a dose of bold rebellion. This is part of what makes her special and the reason why I adore her art.
Paper collage artist
Sharlene Kayne, the dazzling artist behind Skynedesigns, is one of the contemporary paper collage artists that turn paper to life.
She is the epitome of eclectic yet all-time classic. Her paper collage work is a handy creative process of putting together her aesthetic brings us a cool mix of modern art with sleek and classic vintage styles. The art world is definitely taking notice of her creation of Frida Kahlo paintings. Sharlene is fast becoming a fixture in art and home décor. This collage artist has earned our love. I think you will also like her pieces that can lighten up any interior space by their originality and classic yet contemporary style.
A textile, weaving and embroidery artist
Welcome to Judit’s dreamy weaves. Judit Just is a textile artist raised and born in Barcelona, Spain, and lives in Asheville, North Carolina where she develops her textile’s brand, known by Jujujust. She studied fashion design, sculpture and textile art, where she specialized in weaving and embroidery. Interestingly, her passion with weaving began in childhood watching her mom. Her involvement with it led her to immerse herself in the world of weaving and textiles. She takes some old weaving techniques and gives it a twist using vibrant colour combinations and a bunch of beautiful vintage threads.
Judit’s style is distinctly modern and minimal while maintaining a warm and intimate feel. Her art creates spaces look cozy and it gave a room a homey feeling, so cozy that you may just never want to leave. Get swept away with Judit and her divine art work at Jujujust.
Weaving and wrapping artist
Alicia Scardetta is the decor enthusiast’s answer to minimalistic, Scandinavian inspired wild weft as she referred to her art. She is a Brooklyn-based, Texas born artist.
Alicia’s work is largely comprised of one-of-a-kind woven wall pieces that explore the structural variables of tapestry weaving. The vibrant colours, wrapped elements and unexpected compositions found in her work are largely drawn from objects associated with girlhood; including friendship bracelets, jump ropes and hair braids. She truly takes modern and practical design to heart. Her unique style have us hooked up. By weaving these elements associated with her personal memories and identity into her work, Alicia achieves a unique, playful quality with every piece.
Her design inspirations and at-home stylings make us glad for it. Check it out for your bit of Alicia Scardetta.
Award winning needlework designer
What do you get when you mix a stellar needle work designer and blogger in one — Genevieve Brading and her brainchild Floss & Mischief. Floss & Mischief is a home decorator and art aficionado’s paradise. It features everything from elegant stitches, colour inspirations to workshops about stitching experience tips and trends.
Floss & Mischief believe in the soothing power of stitch, and creating something colourful complex and elegant at the same time. Floss & Mischief put a modern twist on needlework. Their art pieces of beautifully stitched butterflies, beetles and other taxidermy elements.
Along with her blog, she also maintains a workshop where she sells self-designed print images.
Floss & Mischief offers a little something for everyone, featuring an assortment of cross stich wall art for every tastes and styles. With its broad appeal, it’s no surprise that Floss & Mischief is an award-winning designer. Can’t get enough of Floss & Mischief? Get more of a feel for Genevieve’s needlework with a twist at Floss & Mischief.
Argentine wall mural artist
Main advantages of the murals are the attractive charm of going beyond the wall.
Flor Chedufau is the mind behind @florchedufau. Her aesthetic wall mural centres on crisp neutrals with pops of muted colourful flowers and leafy greens in all shades.
Painted or on paper, the murals make reality the fantasy of being part of a scene that surrounds us, as if we were inside a movie.
Exotic jungles with mysteries to explore, surrealist compositions that make us daydream; that painting that fascinates us and that we can contemplate at any time or an exuberant foliage that defies the physical limits of an environment are some of the possibilities offered by these unique works of art that transform everyday life.
This wall mural trend also reaches the commercial premises, after rocking residential areas, which gain value and impact with exclusive works that overflow the walls and also the ceilings. They are perfect if you want to spruce things up in your house.
We can’t wait to see where the artist has stored for us next in her upcoming website.
Creative weave artist
Weaver Fever as it says on her Instagram
Maryannemoodie brings new meaning to the phrase funky and rustic charm. Creator, Maryanne Young, focuses on bringing us “modern funky weave pieces” for our everyday dull interior spaces.
She does just that with her effortless use of weaves, perfectly aged yarn, and threads. All of her elements work together invoking a look that is distinctly past, present, and future all its own. According to her she always loved textiles and woven pieces, for her, have that extra something. The colour and the texture, the way they come out at you away from the wall and beg to be patted and touched. The endless possibilities. Each piece has its own personality.
In today’s millennial fast era, it is such a breath of life to be able to look at art pieces that are so beautifully crafted, that they simply must be filled with good vibrations.
Needless to say, we’re big fans. But don’t just take it from us, followers rave over Maryanne’s work too.
Fibre & mixed media artist
If you want something funky, colourful fantasy yet elegant Kelly Kozma is your girl.
Her art work aesthetic is zippy, fresh, and unexpected. Her style seamlessly blends creamy neutrals and fun pops of color in a creative abstract way.
Her art work is brightly coloured, pattern driven imagery of abstracted worlds. The geometric and geographical forms being used are often reminiscent of this earth but seemingly exist elsewhere.
The techniques combined are hand embroidery, drawing and painting, which breathes a contemporary life into traditional craft. With each meticulous stitch an intimacy generates between the work and myself and an excitement builds as a flat sheet of paper transforms into a textile-based piece.
Truly Kelly Kozma’s artwork has taken us by storm, with her work on a number of high-profile commercial collaborations.
Macramé rope & fibre artist
Mary Maker Studio is one of our favourite Macramé rope and fibre artist.
In true Scandinavian style, Mary Maker Studio makes use of organic materials for an interestingly juxtaposed aesthetically beautiful piece of art.
Mary Maker Studio was founded in Kiama NSW, Australia by Artist Brydie Stewart, born out of her love for home interiors, rich textural mediums and the belief that art can transform and enliven a space.
Each fibre creation is carefully crafted by hand and designed with the concept of bringing energy, warmth and conversation to your space. Brydie has spent decades sourcing exquisite and bespoke materials to weave into her works as she aims to give people a full sensory experience when experiencing them, the want to reach out, to feel and connect with her works is common, and a definite must.
Brydie Stewart’s point of view is both sophisticated and simple, luscious and bare, hard and soft. In many ways, her artwork is like the exquisite and bespoke world that will lighten up any space. You will find Brydie’s work captures a little bit of soul and a whole lot of life. Art and the ability to create and connect, means everything to her. Do let us know what you think of her collection.