We found this picture of an artfully arranged pack of butterflies on Flickr. Always admiring the artistry of a beautifully arranged wall, we immediately wanted to know more about the image and the artist. Our discoveries after the jump...
The artist behind Lush Bella is Kerry Pitt-Hart whose name is just as delicate as her creations. Kerry creates artfully arranged objects on paper and photographs them. The photographic images are printed on archival stock paper and accompanied by a hand-typed list (on a vintage Smith Corona) of the things that she used to compose each arrangement. Once we started poking around on Kerry's Flickr page, we discovered lovely images of her inspirational home.
Taking a golden velvet drape and hanging it at the bottom of the stairs creates a sense of glamour and charm to an otherwise empty space.
The simplicity grouping of this trio is all about editing. A weathered bench accented with colorful, patterned yarn ties in the above pictures beautifully.
Lace curtains instead of doors allow the room's decor to flow seamlessly from one space to the next. Again, the simple element of a bright color (the blue hand) gives the eyes a place to land.
Branches, fabric and pretty paper hung on a string are everyday items you probably already have in your home. The way Kerry arranges objects and her space transforms them from everyday objects into art.
Related Inspirational Posts
- Instant Decorating: The Art of Arrangements A roundup of inspiring decorating posts relying on the art of arrangement
- Abbey Hendrickson's Art Display Abbey arranges her pictures in the most interesting way--not to miss!
- Fun and Easy Decorating Ideas From Martha Stewart Check out this post on Martha Stewart's 21 tips for easy decorating
[Images from lush bella]