minimal geometric art.
by Chelsea Jackson comment


minimal geometric art by block shop textiles. / sfgirlbybay

Lately, I’ve been dreaming of ways to spruce up our walls with a few new art pieces. While I love that our space is adorned with photos from our travels, family snaps and a couple of prints that we absolutely adore, suddenly, I find myself drawn to simple geometric patterns and minimal artwork. There’s something so calming and centering about an abstract graphic print in a grand yet simple frame — a design you can get lost in without it commanding too much visual real estate. The perfect accent to the walls of your home.

A lot of the prints I love right now come from the artistic mind of bobby clark and a longtime SF Girl By Bay favorite, Block Shop. Soothing color palettes, interesting shapes and minimal fuss are what make the perfect print for atop the sofa or beside the bed. Which one is your favorite?

xx, chelsea

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• photography credits in order of appearance: emily henderson, bobby clark, petra ford for cup of jo, pampa, clements design, bobby clark, the design files, bobby clark, petra gardefjord, pampa, morten bentzon, bobby clark, david zarzoso.



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