In offhand drawings and vibrant colors and designs, spray paint is right at home in industrial lofts and urban apartments. But even those with more typical homes can incorporate a touch of graffiti style.
“Graffiti is slowly finding its way off of building walls and overpasses to framed artwork, wall treatments and tile,” says Randi Kierce, a designer at Case Design/Remodeling. “It is not solely for contemporary or urban design. It can be easily integrated into a traditional atmosphere as artwork, wall coverings, lamp shade covers or accent pillows.”
Designers today are getting creative with how they incorporate it; because of that, as well as the growing appreciation for it in the art world, graffiti’s negative stigma is fading. Whether it’s a full-blown wall mural or subtler accessories, the colorful spaces below show you how to add graffiti to decor in a wide spectrum of styles. … Read Full Article