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Unexpected Versatility; Abstract art for home pt.2

Contrary to the prejudice often heard about abstract paintings that they are good for the walls of museums and galleries but not for your home, they are actually the perfect art to decorate your room in a tasteful way. Although abstracts tend to look a bit difficult on their own, they are much easier to harmonize with a room than figurative works. Once you see the examples, you can instantly imagine your daily life hanging your favorite works on the walls of your home.

There you have it.

For those who are still not convinced, there are of course more examples available. click here of the series. part.1 series.

In Search of Undefined Truth; Abstract Art at Home – Part 1

If you have read part 1, you will have understood that as intelligent beings, human beings seek explanations for everything. That is why we have always questioned and fantasized about the “unknown” and the “unexplainable”. And now, this quest is transforming into contemporary art.

Firestorm by Go Hayakawa 72.8 x 60.6 cm

The versatility of abstract art.

There are many reasons why abstract art is the ideal home decor. For one, abstract art doesn’t define itself or the room it’s in like a figurative painting does. I’m sure we’ve all had the experience of criticizing the poor taste of a painting or photo in a hotel room. That’s because that particular something was not to your liking. On the other hand, understanding and liking abstract things is abstract. This reasoning, which makes you want to say, “What the heck is that?” contributes greatly to the fact that you can decorate any room in any style with any taste without it being surprisingly unnatural.

Be confident in your taste! Are you a fan of geometric patterns and colors?

Geometry by Hugo Auler Jr. 92 x 122 cm

More Zen in the yoga room? How about this?

Meditation (3) by Thar Gyi 122 x 122 cm

Does it go well with an elegant room with vintage furniture? Or a country style room with a friendly, natural feel? No problem! Abstract paintings can easily be eclectic.

If uniqueness is everything to you, how about abstract art using unusual materials?

Do you like simple beauty, minimalistic beauty? As you can see, it’s simply gorgeous.

Miss R by Kanako Sasaki 27.7 x 15.8 cm

There are many more abstract artworks available on TRiCERA. You will surely find something that you can look at all day and never get tired of. For more fun discoveries, don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter.

Isaac Ishimatsu
Born in Tokyo in 1988 and raised in the countryside, Isaac now stays in France. Although he excelled in his studies and work, he spent his time in Japan as an unconventional individual who puzzled his serious teachers and superiors. To realize his childhood dream of living abroad, Isaac moved to Canada in 2015. Currently, learning new languages, teaching languages, and working for TRiCERA keep him busy. Having worked at a pottery studio and studied music at a Canadian college, he has a wide range of interests, including photography and art. He writes about the connection between art and daily life from observations of the history and comparison of cultures.

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