Bringing the outside in is an enduring trend contributing to Pantone's choice of Greenery as the colour of 2017. If you're lucky enough to be surrounded by lush, natural greenery, then employing floor to ceiling glass or expansive windows to connect you to nature may be all you need.
But where the views are more challenging, and that connection to nature is lost, introducing living green walls, botanically-themed wallpaper, artworks or accent pieces is the way to go.
And whilst painting or wallpapering takes plenty of preparation and a fair chunk of time if you're going to do it yourself, hanging an artwork takes less than an hour, has an immediate impact and a transformative effect on your space.
If you didn't get around to it over the Christmas / New year break, then the four day Easter holiday is often seen as the perfect opportunity to inject some new life into your home - the literal meaning of 'renovate'.
Finding that artwork that you love, complements your colour scheme, and is available in the right size for your space now takes a lot less time. You won't need to walk into a hundred gallery spaces searching for the one.
With our bespoke approach, Signarture solves all your usual artwork dilemmas by making it possible for you to order exactly the combination of artwork / colour / shape and size you need.
If you fall in love with any of our designs, you can very easily make it your own by customising it to suit your space.
There are many more than fifty shades of green, but what ever shade of green you like - fir, spruce, moss, jade, teal, apple, emerald - you'll find they are all super easy to specify.
Did you catch Channel 7's Australian TV show 'House Rules' tonight? You would have seen two of our artworks revealed in the rooms of Candy & Ryan's western Sydney house that that were renovated by Townsville couple Maddi & Lloyd.
The large, abstract perspex artwork that featured in the main living area was our 'Annapurna' artwork from our Balance collection. We produce this artwork in a range of shapes and sizes to suit any space. Maddi & Lloyd chose a 1000 x 1500mm perspex piece.
Our ' Chelsea ' artwork from our Spectrum collection was featured in the combined laundry / pantry. This bright, bold piece featuring on-trend hexagonal elements is also available in a range of sizes to suit any space. Maddi & Lloyd went with an 800 x 1200 perspex piece for their renovation.
Love their choices? For this week only, enter promo code ANNAPURNARULES or CHELSEARULES to receive a 20% discount on either of these designs in the size and shape of your choice. Expires Sunday 11th May.