Used as a focal point for an array of home aesthetics, the painted arch can enliven and embolden a space, creating depth and layers of effortless sophistication. Claire Thomas painted this arch niche in the dining room of Oeste Warm Hearth (DE6110).
The modern, whimsical color palette includes a bold archway transition painted in Indigo Night (DEA138).
With color in hand, Erika walked her followers through a step-by-step process of how she painted her arch mural.
When fashion designer Dani Nagel, founder of Dazey LA, found her Beachwood Canyon home in the hills above Los Angeles, she knew she wanted to transform it with an Art Deco-meets-Moroccan vibe — a place full of color, perfect for showcasing her collection of vintage artwork and velvet couches.
A graphic treatment on a popular design blog and her beloved yellow bed served as a springboard for Nagel’s cheerful, buttery bedroom, which is painted in Deserted Path (DE5367). “I had originally seen a photo from the Jungalow where they had painted small dots behind floating shelves and I loved the concept.” She couldn’t bring the dot motif into her living room due to the already built-in shelving, common in homes from this period, so Nagel carried the concept to her bedroom instead. OrlyColorLabs, one of our favorite partnerships, highlighted their flagship store with a colorfully creative approach to simple shapes and forms featuring the talents of artist Katie Thierjung of @theuncommonplace.