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  • Osnat Tzadok
  • August 13, 2015

Acrylic Paints: Everything You Should Know

Paintings are beautiful. No matter what they're of, how they're created, or even what type of paint is used. But the type of paint used can also determine the way one perceives the piece of work. Oil paints are used to create an image that is well blended and smooth, but acrylic paint is used to capture the brightness and texture of artwork. Although there are many different types of paint to be used out there, acrylic is the most versatile.

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  • Osnat Tzadok
  • August 08, 2015

Size Matters

Anyone who tells you size doesn't matter is lying - at least when it comes to choosing the proper size painting for your home. The size and orientation of the piece of art could mean the difference between looking like you've got your home perfectly designed and looking like everything was just kind of thrown on the wall without a thought given. There's actually a lot of knowledge behind choosing the right size piece of artwork for your home.

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  • Osnat Tzadok
  • July 29, 2015

Designing for Proper Room Balance

So, you just bought a new house and you're looking to decorate it. But how would you go about making sure your home is designed for proper room balance?

This may not be the easiest part of decorating your new home, but it can be the most fun. Looking back, you'll be able to appreciate how well-balanced and comfortable your new home is. Symmetry is not the only factor involved with designing for proper room balance. There are many other aspects aside from that.

The Colors

When designing your new home, the most important thing to start with is the colors throughout. There is a standard rule when it comes to color design and that is the rule of three. Three is the maximum number of colors you want to have in one room - two rooms if they're connected (the living room and kitchen). Any more and you run the risk of it seeming off balance and overwhelming. Three is also a very round number when it comes to colors because it keeps the eye moving around the room. If you have any less it could be seen as boring if you don't have colorful accessories, which brings me to my next point!

lily floral painting
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  • Osnat Tzadok
  • July 25, 2015

Abstract Art and Home Decor

The right decor can not only improve your home interior, but completely transform it. When it comes to home décor, what comes first to mind for most people are, of course, paintings. Art is an excellent way to add both beauty and a personal touch to your home décor and the wide range of art options available ensures that everyone could find the piece they love.

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  • Osnat Tzadok
  • July 19, 2015

Common Mistakes When Creating Abstract Art and How to Avoid Them

In my opinion abstract art should be dictated from within, but there are some keys to success that you must possess if you wish to reach your full potential as an artist. This is a short guide on how to refine your skills and improve your abstract art, so that it projects something that you envisioned, rather than a compromise on what you wanted.

Blending the wrong colors

You want to get a vibrant painting but instead you get a cloudy muddy color. When you first start painting it is simpler to use a color wheel to have a clear understanding of primary and secondary colors. A good source of information on this subject can be found on 30 Color Mixing Tips For Artists.

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  • Osnat Tzadok
  • July 22, 2015

Modern Art Decor for Your Home

Do you know how to properly decorate the rooms in your home? Are you aware of all the different types of things that go into making your home appealing to the eye? If your answer is no, then keep reading to uncover everything you may need to know in order to have the best décor in your home.

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