Pat McNulty has been a fine arts photographer
for nearly 20 years. Along the way, he has spent a lot of
time thinking about
fine art into home decor. "How you decorate says a lot about you," says
McNulty. You can spend a lot of money on furniture and other
accessories, but the art you choose to hang on your walls will
almost always be
the center of conversation. Fine art can add beauty, uniqueness
and a sense of serenity to almost any room.
"I believe it is best to buy what you feel is refreshing and
uplifting," says McNulty. "For me it does not matter how
much you paid, or if the artist is well known or not, but rather
if you like it and it makes you feel good."
Choose a theme and stick with it. Try decorating a room with nothing
but lighthouse pictures, or flowers, or animal photographs. You can
find affordable fine art photography framed or unframed. If it is unframed
there are plenty of art galleries such as AC Moore and Michaels that
offer frames and pre-made mats that make it easy to frame. In fact
if you buy artwork that is ready to frame you can choose frames that
will compliment your room.
Finally it can be fun creating a room that is you.
One that will make you say "I am home". You can get plenty
of satisfaction creating an environment which is unique and
Pat McNulty's passion for photography has blossomed
into a business, http://www.premierphotographer.com .
He has over 850 pictures in subjects ranging from lighthouses,
flowers, horses, kittens, waterfalls and butterfly's.
His photographs are developed straight off the original negative
to 8 x 10 , 11 x 14, 12x18, and 16x20 inches, with impressive
sharpness and rich tonality.
All of his photographs are individually signed. His website also
offers twelve free screensavers, free wallpaper, decorating
and photography articles.