Being a designer is a funny thing sometimes. Like I can help others with their homes all day long, but when it comes to my own home, forget it. I look at endless options and so the project just kind of lingers out there forever. I’ve heard this before and it’s painfully accurate: I’m my own worst client.
Okay, so the backstory: I’ve been thinking about painting my back door an accent color for about the last year. Well I’m finally going to do it, but need to make a decision on the color.
Graffiti. Some people love it and embrace its raw beauty and expressive nature. Others think it is a distasteful display of destruction or vandalism. But the question lies here: Is it an art form worthy of being displayed in the home?
Adore Home Magazine featured this bachelor pad with a graffiti accent wall.
Remember IKEA using graffiti to advertise the ability to customize their furniture?
Check out Houzz and you’ll find it in some high-end, custom residences.
Bold designer Kelly Wearstler used it in her home. Would you ever consider it in yours? Love it or leave it??