5 ways to make your home pop-art cool

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  • This Florida apartment is the ultimate how-to guide in mixing a cocktail of colour with pop-art styling.

    1, Bring on the brights

    Vibrant colour punctuates the space, which features curtains and cactus sculptures in eye-popping acid green – a signature shade of this fab area. The OTT cacti are almost cartoonish, a signature element of pop-art styling.

    2, Mix fun with function

    This home uses citrus-painted birdcage to house ceramics in the living room, which makes a vivid splash in front of the psychedelic backdrop. Quirky details like the faux neon fried eggs and the multicoloured dining chair make this a pop-art worthy vignette.

    3, Display tongue-in-cheek artwork

    The typographic print behind the dining area is strikingly simple compared to most of this home, but has full effect, especially when contrasted with the neon green and yellow chairs and room details.

    4, Go literal with the theme

    The homeowner had made these cans for a pop-up store in US retailer Target, but as well as adding a cool colour blocking element, they are also reminiscent of Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup can artwork.

    5, Turn the ordinary into something extraordinary

    The master bedroom in this home has a cool and relaxed vibe, but continues the pop-art theme that runs through with it’s quirky Post-It Note artwork. Easily personalized, a great talking point and amazing colours… what’s not to love?!

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