There is something mysterious and edgy about eyes. Our eyes, sometimes referred to as the windows to the soul, are always functioning by taking in information about the world around us. From the interior design world we always are looking for colours and compositions which are pleasing to the eye.
Take a look at the chambers below including eyes and see if you do not get trapped in the views.
Nieto Design Group
This oversize art bit is all you want in this dramatic entry.
David Churchill – Architectural Photographer
George Nelson’s Eye Clock layout from 1957 still looks fresh and contemporary.
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
Most good layout is even better in repeats, because you can see in this Phillis Morris–designed wallpaper called Faces.
Cecile Lozano Interiors
The black and white framing of this eye photo is perfectly paired with the pop of the orange sideboard.
Kati Curtis Design
Even one little set of eyes seems to stand out in this collage of vibrant bits.
This abstract eye art looks right at you as the focus of this area.
These silk-screened porcelain plates by Piero Fornasetti have great eye gestures. The collective grouping sets a whimsical tone within this space.
Eran Turgeman – Photographer
Love these oversize eye-chart art bits against the stark white walls.
Good eye art is something worth seeing. Let me know what you believe in the Comments section.
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