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The recent fires in Northern California have devastated some of the most beautiful land in the country, threatening the California wine industry as we know it. However, as the worst of the fires die down, it’s time to focus on the future. At Art.com, these fires have hit close to home. So we’re doing what we can to help. Introducing a fundraiser that benefits everyone: you with a beautiful piece of artwork, and the affected…

Bringing to Sherwin-Williams 2018 Color of the Year Into Your Home

The color experts at Sherwin-Williams have spoken, declaring the bold “Oceanside” as the official color of the year for 2018. According to Sherwin-Williams, this stunning, rich blue with jewel-toned green is both accessible and elusive, offering “a sense of the familiar with a hint of the unknown, bridging between old and new, light and dark.” “People today have a growing sense of adventure, and it is making its way into even the coziest corners of…

5 Questions With… Annette Lott

“5 Questions With…” is our ongoing feature where we ask Art.com team members to discuss some VERY important topics. Today we have Annette Lott. Who is your favorite artist and why? I would have to say I like Ursula Abresch, her abstracts are mostly illusion pieces which reminds me of floating and feeling free! Blue Lagoon is what I like! What is your “guilty pleasure” (junk food, TV show, etc.)? My guilty pleasure would…

We See You, Vincent Van Gogh

What do we know about Vincent van Gogh? He’s rumored to have sliced off his earlobe with a razor in a manic frenzy. That’s the first thing that comes to mind for many. It’s dramatic, unfathomable and obviously quite memorable. But there’s speculation as to whether that’s how things really played out that night with Paul Gauguin inside that yellow house in the South of France. There’s even mystery shrouding Vincent’s untimely death at the…

Artful Ways to Stage Your Home (And What We Learned from HGTV’s Property Brothers)

We’ve spent countless hours binge watching one of our favorite home decor duos — the Property Brothers. Here are some things we learned from Drew and Jonathan Scott about getting your house ready for the open market. And when you’re watching “Property Brothers: Buying + Selling”, keep an eye out for the Art.com wall art in some of the featured homes. THREE EASY PIECES If nothing else, when getting your house ready for sale,…

Looking Back at the Iconic Art of Vogue

New York Fashion Week is in full swing, and while the event doesn’t necessarily make us all want to sport the latest trends, it does let us reflect on the world – and evolution – of fashion. Enduring through that evolution over the last 124 years is Vogue Magazine, whose covers and photos transcend the newsstand, gracing our walls and coffee tables alongside all the art we love. Now quick: name a Vogue artist. If your…

Bring Pink Home With This Colorful On-Trend Roundup

Ever since the color experts at Pantone declared Rose Quartz as a “Color of the Year” in 2016, pink has been popping up everywhere, with pink clothes, makeup, hair, drinks (hello, rosé!), and of course home décor trending. Millennial Pink is officially everywhere. I asked Danielle Sciocchetti, Art.com’s Merchandiser, to give us her two cents on this buzzed-about hue. “Millennial Pink isn’t necessarily a single color, but more of an overall feeling. If you think…

5 Questions With… Danielle Sciocchetti

“5 Questions With…” is a new feature where we ask Art.com team members to discuss some VERY important topics. Today we have Danielle Sciocchetti. Who is your favorite artist and why? I tend to be drawn to photographers, and there are so many that I love – Diane Arbus, Vivian Maier, Francesca Woodman,Tina Modotti. I have such an admiration of street photographers and photographers who capture compassion and draw empathy for people on the fringes of…

Wallpaper Pointers from Design Pro Bobby Berk

Bobby Berk is a modern designer whose approach to home décor is reinventing interiors everywhere. He talked to us about the all-new world of removable wallpaper, which sticks right on without any extra tools to help you reimagine a room in minutes. Find out what he has to say in this article with tips, tricks, and fresh takes on the trend. I’m all about making easy, bold design statements. I built Bobby Berk Home…

Six summer art activities for your kids before school begins

Summer break is wrapping up and soon it’ll be back to the books. And guess what: art helps kids succeed in school. According to PBS, when kids regularly participate in the arts, they’re much more likely to win academic awards and participate in math and science fairs. So before jumping back into school, here are some ideas to get their minds warmed up by thinking creatively with art. Participate in museum summer art activities…

5 Questions With … Christine Fernandez

“5 Questions With…” is a new feature where we ask Art.com team members to discuss some VERY important topics. Today we have Christine Fernandez, our new Chief Experience Officer. Who is your favorite artist and why? This is a tough question for me to answer. I love so many artists for different reasons, I really can’t choose one. I’ll note a couple of artists who stand out and why. One is design duo Charles and Ray Eames.…

Art.com Insider Kira Wampler: Monet’s Gardens

My new role at Art.com has me on the road meeting with our team, and it was hard to pass up the opportunity to connect with our fabulous crew in Venray, Netherlands. Combining that with spring break meant a family trip to London, Paris, and Amsterdam. As we planned the trip, we thought a lot about what kind of experience we wanted our family to have. We’re not big on “see everything in a day…

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