Round Out Your House and Garden Together With Spheres
From garden parties to guest rooms, sculptures to cushions, spheres are popping up in a large way. In a window seat nook, as a light fixture or perhaps on the wall, then here are a couple of of our favorite ways to integrate three-dimensional rounds into virtually any decor.
Sweet and dreamy, these delicate cushions set the tone for this particular room. They add a dash of femininity into a guest room or a puff of pleasure to a little girl’s bed.
DIVA INTERIOR CONCEPTS
For the tennis player, replicating tennis balls as mattress cushions is a fun way to add a favorite interest into the decor. Football, volleyball and basketball fans can get the look too.
Victor Liberatore Interior Design
Round cushions add an additional touch of softness into a window seat, making it perfect for curling up and reading a book.
LLC, mauricio Nava Design
This sleek chrome light fixture is a fantastic touch to this contemporary room. The curved shape mirrors the pillow on the sofa perfectly, as well as the plant, tying the look together.
Benning Design Construction
The form and color of this three-dimensional round make it a striking focus. It’s in the Skinner Howard Art Gallery in Sacramento, California.
Life from the Fun Lane
Three-dimensional rounds that are floating add pizzazz to a room. Hang them at a corner or over a chest so that nobody bumps into it.
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BERGHOFF DESIGN GROUP
As stand-alone artwork or close a pool or fountain, spheres help create a tranquil retreat.
Dara Rosenfeld Design
Summer fun is much better with a game of boccie ball. And with the colorful balls stored out all the time, the fun never has to end.