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Art for your bedroom

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Have all the Buddha’s of the world in your living room, but when it comes to buying a piece of art for the space you spend your nights in, individualistic is the way to go.

You may have a bedroom that boasts the most expensive Italian marble flooring, or the latest home theatre system. You may have a walk-in wardrobe that evokes envious compliments or even one wall painted a funky color. But it’s what’s on that wall – and the others – that lends your bedroom character. A character that ideally should match your own.

Art in your sleeping area cannot be loud or garish and neither should it diminish into oblivion. If you like your colors to be strong and solid choose a painting that tells its story through those bold reds and purples without letting the stark hues overpower the mood. If intricacy is what you seek, mount the art in a niche where it’s not the first thing that you notice when you walk in the door. Allow it instead to wash over you in layers in a way that doesn’t beg you to crane your neck every other day. Allow it to create the right mood of warmth and intimacy for your space.

The good news is that with the booming Indian art market, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to picking those extra-special works of art for your bedroom. The better news is that you can seek expert aid in your quest for the perfect painting. Breathe Arts, India’s leading online art gallery hosts shows and exhibitions all year round, demonstrating the latest in the world of art with a transparency that’ll enable even first-time buyers to make the right choice. Curator and aesthetic consultant Durva Gandhi says, “Let the art works in your bedroom enhance the warmth and intimacy of the space to set the perfect mood for you to unwind and bare yourself into restful serenity to recharge your senses. To each his own way to unwind, some prefer the nude and others abstraction and still others a figurative story telling work that take them into fantasy land. An art work should speak to you and your subtler sensibilities and you should be guided to pick the right work that speaks to you for every space of your home. Just as you need different areas designed for different functionalities in your home, you could do with corresponding art works that enhance each function of your home that could be unique to you. I have always maintained to all my clients that “Your collection no matter how big or small it is in value has to be about ‘you’ and ‘your story’. It begins with a notion, a concept that you can relate to and from there on you build up into a passion for collecting objects or photographs or paintings that speak to you.”

“Born out of beauty and curated with passion, Breathe Arts is an online art portal providing access, by invitation only, to the finest modern, contemporary and tribal Indian art, and coveted artist’s works at very attractive prices. Showcasing works of Indian artists in the emerging, developing, established, and blue chip range, Breathe Arts welcomes connoisseur and critic, to this exclusive global community. Investment or eye-candy, for the fledgling and seasoned collector, Breathe Arts offers respected opinions, attractive pricing and efficient online transactions. Your quote with one line on bedroom art, perhaps that abstract art and nudes work best for bed rooms, but if you want something meaningful, this is what you would recommend.”

So prepare to sleep better than you ever did before tonight because as of the morrow, your most intimate space will come more alive.


Written by Breathe Arts

June 16, 2011 at 11:34 am

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  1. How does one get in contact with your organization?

    Karan vir Arora

    August 23, 2011 at 6:38 pm

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