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Home is where your art is: Learn about our artists and social projects, interior trends and much more

Home Is Where Your Art Is: Maximalism

Because sometimes, more is actually more in interior design

“Maximalism”. That sounds grandiose, weighty – almost ostentatious. The name of a Roman emperor, perhaps? But don’t worry, the opposite is actually the case: Maximalism as an interior trend usually comes across as relaxed, cozy, cheerful and full of character.

After having shown you in the first two parts of our Home Is Where Your Art Is series the types of picture formations that look best on your wall, today we will explain in detail some rules of thumb for hanging pictures which you should always bear in mind.

Home Is Where Your Art Is: Japandi

In this interior trend, hygge meets wabi-sabi 侘 寂

Japandi – that instantly sounds likable, doesn’t it? Kind of makes you want to join the trend before you’ve even seen what an absolute feast for the eyes the fusion of two beloved interior styles has brought about: because Japandi is the love child of Japanese and Scandinavian interiors.

Home Is Where Your Art Is: The Gallery Wall

Practical tips and interesting facts about the picture wall

Gallery walls have been all the rage in interior design for quite some time now. It’s no wonder, as they allow you to add a unique and stylish touch to any room.

Photos that will move you

These pictures are worth 1,000 words

Do you know that moment when you look at a picture and it immediately transports a certain feeling to the pit of your stomach? It feels like a warm breeze on your skin, it’s pure coziness crawling up your spine, it’s the goose bumps on your arms in anticipation. Today, we would like to take […]

About Angela Ania Capillo

10 things you've always wanted to know about our designer

The time has come for the final round of our miniseries with useless knowledge about the Photocircle team members. Today’s guest of honor is…

About Laura Reilly

10 things you've always wanted to know about our graphic designer

It’s high time for a new part of our miniseries full of useless knowledge about the Photocirclers. Today we will spy on …

100,000 new trees for Ethiopia

Since the end of last year, we've planted the equivalent of over 80 soccer fields full of trees

Oh, how we’re starved for good news in 2020 – so the timing for this couldn’t have been better: since we started our reforestation project in Ethiopia at the end of last year, we have already been able to plant over 100,000 trees – that’s roughly the equivalent of 80 football pitches full of beautiful, new trees.

About Carlo Trimarchi

10 things you've always wanted to know about our CTO

Right on time for the start of this brand-new week, we give you: more useless insider knowledge about the Photocircle team members! This time featuring… Photocircle CTO Carlo Trimarchi

About Katrin Strohmaier

10 things you've always wanted to know about our head of communications

Our mini-series, filled to the brim with useless insider knowledge about the Photocircle team members, continues. This time featuring…

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Since early October 2019 we've already been able to plant 154.560 trees thanks to the pictures sold on Photocircle. They will absorb approximately 12.364.800 kg CO₂ within the next five years.