We have absolutely nothing against a beautiful piece of framed artwork. And how could we? Paintings, drawings, photography, and mixed-media works on the walls play a huge role in making a home feel personal and well-styled.
But that doesn’t mean that every empty wall needs one – today we’re exploring some non-traditional artwork, by way of textured pieces, wall sculptures, and even pieces that you might have never expected to see on the wall!
Starting with: A set of 4 dessert plates, framing a pelmet (made from Nate’s Ondine fabric available at Jo-Ann’s). A perfectly layered look for a small New York nursery.
Photo by Kelly Stuart for ELLEDECOR.com
Another tableware staple Nate’s been known to bring to the walls? A beautiful tray. Here he is hanging it on the wall of a Brooklyn dining area.
And for a Los Angeles bedroom makeover, rather than put a large-scale piece of art above the bed, Nate chose a whimsical and geometric pom-pom blanket.
It’s been a blast to see this clever move on Instagram as well, with people using pieces from Nate’s collections on their walls to striking results.
And then @shareinerin, on the right, peppered her gallery wall with textured pieces from Nate’s past collections, making for a lively and eclectic mix.