In the last year, a lot had changed in the way we live. From our workplace to how we meet up with friends and family and even the way we shop.
But another Covid quarantine effect is a remarkable rise in quests for art at home. To be exact, at Bernice, we have seen an increase in demand for art rental by private clients.
While home decor globally increased in sales in te last few months, living rooms and particularly home offices are now getting more attention than ever. We spend more time indoors due to the stay-at-home measures and so the design of our private space becomes top of our mind.
Renting art is an easy, accessible and cheap way to add a new vibe to your home. The images below are some fine examples of art in the homes of some new Bernice customers.
Don’t be afraid to add colorful art. A painting with an African vibe brings energy to this sitting area with high ceilings in an Antwerp mansion. A nature inspired painting in pink gives depth to a wall in this dining room.
Combining a traditional interior and a modern work of art works. This unexpected combination makes the room look exciting and fresh.
Lift up that white room in your home office with a bright painting. An inspiring work of art is an ideal conversation starter for a video call and a surprise for the meeting attendees.
Art in the above images by Anne Mariën, Bénédicte Vandewattyne, Peggy Wauters and Alex Debruycker
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