There is only one thing worse than a rainy day at the cottage…2 rainy days at the cottage. After you have played too many games of Snap and Monopoly what is there to do?
How about a game of “Cottage Makeover”?
Fish oil at Glam Vintage & Moderne
Fish Oil at Glam Vintage & Moderne
Surely it’s time to update your interior look. Put some cheery vibrancy in there because the prediction for this summer’s weather is dare I say it…dismal. Present these large oil paintings with FISH on them as Fathers’ Day presents and make him happy you made the spontaneous purchase at Glam Vintage & Moderne.
With today’s focus on clean lines, painted out mouldings and edited out stuff…some rooms can look downright boring. Interesting architectural details and significant art can enliven this bland backdrop.
Old Western original acrylic by Charlene Lynch at Glam Vintage & Moderne
Treat your eyes to a large painting with engaging colours and texture like this original canvas called “Old Western” by Charlene Lynch.
Glittering Gold foil on Canvas
This Canadian artist layers acrylic glaze, gold foil and lacquer to create a glittering abstract western landscape…
Richard has been taunted by a few customers to top his summer window and judging from accolades he’s been getting this one just about does it. Master painter Costa Dvorezky’s piece is a stand-out. His style is Old Master with an abstract backdrop…sheer genius. Richard has selected a quirky vintage mahogany cabinet topped with a full length back painted glass mirror to balance the space.
These gorgeous microfiber creamy white chairs could be a wash without the colourful canvas in the background and the punch of coordinated colours in the vintage cushion. Bringing unexpected colour into the vignette keeps us interested. Introducing colour by accessorizing with vivid pillows, art, throws and art objects is cost-effective. Savvy decorators usually put the bulk of their budget in quality neutral upholstered pieces and stay on trend by switching up the “details” . Despite this, I still want those red chairs for Christmas. Thank-you Richard!