Here at Art2Arts, we know how important interior design is to our customers, using personal taste and inspirations from far and wide to build a home that is unique to you. We also know that to complete a look, many of you buy original art to hang on your newly decorated walls as the perfect finishing touch!

As we enter Spring/Summer, we have rounded up the latest home décor trends that you will be lusting after this season, providing a selection of some of our magnificent paintings for sale that can compliment each trend. Which look will you be going for this Spring/Summer?

Bold Botanicals

Summer naturally lends itself towards natural prints featuring beautiful blooms and leafy greens. For this summer’s botanical twist, colours will be bright with lots of bold clashing hues to bring a classic design up to date for 2016. UK based contemporary artist Roz Edwards paints in a signature style using bright and daring colours. ‘Hellebores 1’ is an exaggerated take on a classic floral painting, and is a perfect piece to fit the trend for bold botanicals.


Folk from the Future

Global influences are always a great way to add a warm and welcoming atmosphere to any home. This summer, intricate and geometric patterns found in tribal prints and traditional folk fabrics are a popular way to add elements of bohemian culture and folklore into home design. ‘Abstract Celebration of Curves’ by Stephen Conroy is a great example of a contemporary take on an almost Celtic like design. At 31×31 inches and by using a rainbow like spectrum of colours, this large artwork is sure to make an impact on any wall!



More and more, people are using elements from their habitual surroundings to inform their interior design decisions. Muted tones and materials that are found in nature can help to harmonise the internal environment with the external landscape of a home. ‘Passage of Time’ is just one of the paintings for sale by artist Stefan Fierros that encapsulates this style. ‘Passage of Time’ shows a realistic close up of pebbles that were found, in fact, near the artist’s home by the sea.


‘Seeds of Change’, also by Fierros is one of his large paintings for sale, depicting in detail the beauty of a sunflower, given sophistication using muted tones.



Stylish all year round, a monochrome look is favoured by designers of all disciplines and this classic design statement will be featuring on both fashion catwalks and interior shows this summer. For the home, going monochrome for decorative items is a great option for anyone who’s walls are painted with strong colours, to add interest without being too overpowering. ‘Compatible 2’ from Suzette Datema uses oil painting to add interest and an organic element to an otherwise striking and geometric monochrome pattern.