Art for my Music Loving Boyfriend

I don't think I've told you yet, but M. is an amazing musician - singer, songwriter, plays the piano. Really, could I be any luckier? I love listening to him play music. He's recording some new stuff right now, and I can't wait for the day I can share it with all of you! In the meantime, I noticed two spaces recently that featured art that I think my music loving boyfriend would like. I'm not talking music notes or treble clefs on the wall (no offense to anyone with large music notes on their wall...just not my thing), but really cool pieces.
Johnny Buckland's Home via Elle Decor
^This is the home of Johnny Buckland (the drummer for Coldplay) featured in this month's Elle Decor. I loved the entire home tour, but this painting of record spines really caught my eye. M has quite a substantial vinyl collection, so this piece is kind of perfect. It's by artist Dave Muller, who has painted a variety of record spine collections at large scales like this. I love them!

Photo by AC for Tompkins Lloyd Interiors via Mimosa Lane
 ^ My blogging friend Albertina of Mimosa Lane photographed this gorgeous home, and as soon as I saw this vintage boombox art I thought of M. It adds a nice graphic element to this space (and let's not even start on the burled wood end tables!).

One day in the future, I might have to consider merging his style and mine, and I have to say, these pieces would make it pretty easy!


Beth of designPOST Interiors said...[Reply]

That's some cool art. My husband would love it too. How lucky are you that you have a music man?!

Unknown said...[Reply]

Art is such a game changer is a design element that really speaks to the folks who live there. Great inspiration images!!

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Kristen said...[Reply]

I love both of these pieces! The perfect way to blend both styles!

Unknown said...[Reply]

wow this seems really very very beautiful..

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Julia@Cuckoo4Design said...[Reply]

Love the art. Both of them and it would certainly be exciting to merge your styles ;)