Vibrant florals, forms, textures… oh my!
by Sabrina on Wednesday, March 14th, 2012
Have you been fortunate to discover Charleston-based painter, Lulie Wallace? Her artwork was prominently featured on Design*Sponge earlier in the year, and I’ve been addicted ever since. The layers of bold colors and patterns jump out at you and transform a still life floral arrangement into something so wonderfully new and exciting. Yet, her paintings still capture the simple joy of fresh flowers on your kitchen table. I especially am taken by the one below, though it has already been sold.
The stripes and pops of bright orange and cyans make me happy. And the visible strokes and textures remind me of fabrics and wares from far away. Wedding inspiration can come from anywhere—even a painting that you wish you had hanging on your walls. For more inspiration, see Lulie’s shop and blog here.
top row: accessorized bride by Trever Hoehne Photography from Grey Likes Weddings / vintage kantha quilts from Niki Jones / lipstick from Liberty /// 2nd row: aqua fleur de lies vase by Elizabeth Wray Design from Style Me Pretty / bridesmaid in blue by Jemma Coleman Photography from Style Me Pretty / wedding with ribbons by Nancy Ray Photography from Style Me Pretty /// bottom row: striped cake from Martha Stewart Weddings / neon cutlery from Sania Pell via Ritzy Bee / reupholstered footstool from Dottie Angel via sfgirlbybay
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