Art advisors work both with individual and corporate clients, seasoned collectors and art collecting novices. Art advisors cover everything from big corporate acquisitions to small one-time purchases. They can help their clients decorate hotels or source a single piece for a specific collection.
For decades hotels choose blend abstract art for their interiors. But nowadays hotel management is more willing to experiment and invest money into bold statement pieces. The new generation of guests is composed of social media savvy individuals with an eye for good visual objects. So is art in hotels still a luxury?
With a trend towards urbanization, the apartments we live in are getting tinier. It can be difficult to decorate small spaces with art, as they do not offer the possibilities or the functionality of larger places. But with the right strategy, you can design a home that’s both functional and stylish.
Many interior designers, begin their work by picking an artwork, that later becomes the base for the entire room. But finding the right artwork can be difficult, especially if you are on a tight schedule and a tight budget.
Whether you’re renting your first apartment or putting down the deposit on your second holiday home, you’ll have to do some decorating. We firmly believe that artwork should lay the foundations for the rest of your interior design, but homeowners often select artwork as a result of existing interior design.