Homespun Curation

Galleries imitate aspects of home to add a sense of familiarity to art

Implications - Exhibits are utilizing elements like living room decor and rustic furnishings to familiarize art and cultural experiences. This helps evoke a sense of comfort, reflecting a desire to maintain a connection to tradition while seeking new experiences.
SCORE: 2.8
Mild Top 4 Examples: 9,922 Total Clicks May 14 - Jul 14
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Exhibit Space Eateries - The 19 Greek Street Cafe Features Doodle-Accented Wall Decals
SCORE: 3.7
Warm 6,583 Clicks Pub: Jul 11, 14
Exhibit Space Eateries
The 19 Greek Street Cafe Features Doodle-Accented Wall Decals
London’s Greek Street Cafe features a whimsical interior that is located inside its founder’s design studio and gallery space. Marc Peridis has designed and launched the cafe that breathes new... [More]
Abstract Art Accommodations - Hotel Vernet by Francois Champsaur is Rife with Colors & Shapes
SCORE: 2.7
Mild 1,498 Clicks Pub: May 3, 14
Abstract Art Accommodations
Hotel Vernet by Francois Champsaur is Rife with Colors & Shapes
Hotel Vernet has recently undergone a transformation that strikes a balance between bold colors and an airy crispness. As though it were the home of an art collector or a gallery space in a museum,... [More]
Ornamental Gallery Homes - The Wenes Home and Gallery is a Harmonious Blend of Art and Design
SCORE: 1.9
Untested 1,396 Clicks Pub: May 17, 14
Ornamental Gallery Homes
The Wenes Home and Gallery is a Harmonious Blend of Art and Design
The Wenes home and gallery in Antwerp exhibits a harmonious blend of art, design and functionality. Architect Bart Lens assisted home owners Veerle Wenes and Bob Christiaenes in consolidating a 19th... [More]
Homey Museum Installations - Mauritshuis' Museum Campaign Turns a Gallery into a Home Setting
SCORE: 2.8
Untested 445 Clicks Pub: Jul 12, 14
Homey Museum Installations
Mauritshuis' Museum Campaign Turns a Gallery into a Home Setting
Visiting a fine art museum is a great way to soak up culture, but they have a reputation for being a little stuffy—but the Mauritshuis museum campaign proves just the opposite, turning one of its... [More]
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