POSH 101: What’s an elegant tabletop without a sophisticated room setting? Don’t worry, POSH has got you covered! Last month was the Fall 2016 Affordable Art Fair in New York and we picked a few of our favorites to inspire your interior design. Created by Will Ramsay in 1999, the Affordable Art Fair represents unknown artists selling, you guessed it, affordable art typically ranging from $100-$10,000. It’s popularity stems from the broad range of art and user-friendliness. The Fair showed a variety of work ranging from Art Deco to Abstract art. To view the full collection online, click here.
We were particularly inspired by Geography of Colour Study 13 by Maria Jose Concha. The earth tones and blue hues excited us to create a tabletop! We combined an Arte Italica Robins Egg Blue Charger and layered an Arte Italica 24 Karat Etched Vetro Dinner Plate with Charles Sadek Exotic Bird Plates. The look feels like Thanksgiving, with the dark mahogany table and simple brown and orange tones.
Of course, no tabletop setting is complete without glassware! In this shot, we used our Elise Cut Crystal Highballs, Etched Amber Wine Glasses, and Etched Amber Champagne Flutes to top the look off! All of these stunning tabletop pieces are available on POSH’s Online Catalogue which can be viewed here.
All artwork photos courtesy of Affordable Art Fair. Artwork from left to right:
Lilac Gallery | Campell La Pun | Smells Like Chanel Spirit | 2016 | aerosol on wood panel | 40 in x 29 in
Decorazon | Maria Jose Concha | Geography of Colour Study 13 | oil on canvas | 8 in x 8 in
Eyestorm | Sophie Smallhorn | Layer 1 | screenprint | 33 in x 33 in | Edition of 45
Sugarlift | Gentleman's Game | Sail to the Moon | archival pigment print | 28 in x 28 in
Bleach Box Photography Gallery | Heidler & Heeps | Seventies Yellow - B Side | 2016 | photography | 30 in x 30 in