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Jan
24
2012
Sculpture in the Home
Author: Guest Blogger

This post is authored by Sundeep at Designwali.  Sundeep is based in Toronto – where she works in the corporate world by day…and by night she’s an interior design enthusiast who loves blending modern contemporary decor with South Asian influences.

Hello Gnaana Readers,
 
I’m Sundeep from Designwali and am thrilled to bits to guest post today on Gnaana as I’m a huge fan and I’m a sucker for good design/ home decor talk.  I figure today I would talk about incorporating sculpture in your home. 
 
Most of us are comfortable with using paintings, drawings and  photography as our standard go to art.  Have you thought about bringing something more three-dimensional into you space?  The impact can be amazing.  Whether its old world stone sculpture or new brass pieces, this form of art can provide wonderful texture and visual interest into any room.  So do any of you adorn your home with lovely sculptural pieces?
 
At the top of this post:  Subtle and lovely all at the same time.  Image via here & here.
 
Below, Look how varied sculpture can be? 
Images:  (1) Wall Stencils by Royal Design Studio;  (2) Full Size Buddha by Amrita Singh;  (3) Hoysala Temple Sculpture;  (4) Brass Elephant Statue;  (5) Shiva Nataraja;  (6) Wall Flower Art via Jayson Home
 
 

 
Look how fantastic these stone sculptures look in these spaces.  Image via Houzz.com.
 

© 2012 Designwali
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7 Responses to “Sculpture in the Home”

  1. Reshma@masalamangomantra.blogspot.com Says:

    Have noticed that a lot of Buddhas are being seen around home now. But yes, great ideas Sundeep!Thinking of those metal wall flower art at home!

  2. Lisa @ A Room With A View Says:

    I like the idea of sculpture..we are fortunate to have much to choose from with regards to Asian artifacts which is an easy accessory to add to any decor to introduce an Asian element and as mentioned, is three dimensional. I have a few pieces – American, Asian, Australian, which I periodically rotate in the house.

  3. Gaby [The Vault Files] Says:

    When we traveled around in South East Asia 2 years ago we collected one decor item from each city we visited, and I love how the look in my apartment, not only they add that interesting visual element but they remind me of our trip 😉
    Great post Sundeep!

  4. Aubrey Says:

    This type of sculpture really adds an element that no other adds to a space…it’s so unique and beautiful!

  5. Anu@MyDreamCanvas Says:

    Really enjoyed the post Sundeep!

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