Tiny house, big art
Got a tiny house? Then go big... in decorating, color and art. That's just what Rebecca did in a recent episode of Tiny House Hunting. Reflecting her fun personality, Rebecca requested the most colorful art in my studio to hang on her newly painted purple and green walls.
Rebecca is an adventurous go-getter hunting for a tiny home in Omaha, to help simplify her busy life. Rebecca and pup Ginger, choose an adorable 605-square-foot carriage house in midtown Omaha and decorated it with some of my most colorful art. A treat to be a part of the show that was filmed summer 2016, and premired Sept. 2, 2017.
No matter if you're decorating a tiny space or a big space, don't be shy with art. Big in color, and big in size, art makes a statement and adds personality to every room.
I especially love working with homeowners creating art that matches their personality, style and decore. You may see something you like in my online art gallery. I'm here to help you make your house your most beautiful home. Contact me for a free consultation about available art or custom art.
Photo stills from Tiny House Hunting
Top left: The kitchen wall is accented in lush green, and the living room in vibrant purple.
Top right: Messy Sweet Joyful Life, 40" x 40" anchors the seating area featuring mid-century modern furniture. Adjacent hangs the pair Creme De Ment Sea and Lemon Triffle Sunshine Day, each 24" x 24".
Bottom left: Becca and Ginger cruise midtown Omaha on their way home.
Bottom right: The carriage house turned tiny home.