art interiors' blog

Robert Berlin's recent photographic series of Japan contemplates passages through stillness and silence and being in the moment, which is central to the philosophy of Shintoism, the practice of Haiku and the concept of Shinrinyoku (forest bathing).
At Art Interiors, we talk to clients about how switching up the art in our homes, and creating different groupings, brings new life to a space. Here are a few before and afters of Shira's kitchen, dining room, and daughter's room.
Art Interiors has a pop up exhibition at Yorkville Village (formerly Hazelton Lanes, 55 Avenue Road, lower level just inside the Yorkville entrance) from April 7th-24th.
Last year, Martina downsized, moving from an older home in Parkdale to a bright and airy North York condo. Her apartment is minimal and contemporary, and has a ton of character, as illustrated in the numerous paintings which provide warmth to white walls.
The art in Heather's home reflects a transition in her taste. When she first started collecting, she was drawn to more traditional paintings; now, it is the contemporary that she covets. As a result, beautiful expressive oil paintings hang alongside both bold abstract works, and paintings inherited by her grandmother.