Remember how last year I wrote about Fulcrum Gallery and their wonderful art print products?
Well, they have a lot more decorative prints and I am happy to be able to get another piece from them to help brighten up our home!
This year, I went ahead and picked the second in the series that I got last year. It’s Don Li-Leger’s Garden Dance series. Last year, I got the Garden Dance I art print and had it black framed. It’s so beautiful! This year I got Garden Dance II!
I love many things Asian and Asian inspired. In particular I really love Japanese art, the older art is some of my favorite. Not surprisingly after getting Garden Dance I, I knew that I needed to someday add Garden Dance II to our living room. I didn’t used to understand the point of framed art in a house. But ever since getting my first one from Fulcrum I finally understand!
I am so glad to have this second piece to help our overly white living room. You can even see the Christmas decorations Lisi put up on the walls to help make the house more decorative for the season. She was going to make them out of paper, but I offered to let her pick out things from a store and decorate to her hearts content. I think it’s pretty cute.
I think I need to get a black curtain rod, and a set of burgundy curtains now. To go along with the color theme in the art work to make the area a bit more cohesive. :3
I like that the yellows brighten up the room too. I don’t usually love yellow, but it works in these pieces and it just makes me happy to see these two together. I do think I might need one more piece for the other wall in the living room. At least someday. But I haven’t decided yet just what. Fulcrum Gallery offers such a wide variety of wonderful prints, and gives you many options to frame or not and other things that make the process just awesome.
Do you have any art or art prints decorating your home? What are your favorites? I am considering looking into jelly fish art for my bedroom ever since I went to California and picked up a plush jelly fish at The Aquarium of the Pacific! But I’m still unsure. I’d love to see what you all do!
Have you ever gotten anything from Fulcrum Gallery before?