Thank You, Centre Pompidou

I don't think I'm a typical museum visitor: I don't like visiting museums for the artists special ideas (even though some of the awesome artworks I recently saw started to slightly change this) and I don't go there for a sense of history: I like going there for inspiration (I just realized that this isn't even that odd. Whatever). I saw this artwork in the Centre Pompidou (Paris) when I was there a couple of weeks back and this inspired me to get creative - I haven't changed my room, yet (one of the reasons for that is that I simply don't have any space for a project like this) but I wanted to share it with you anyway because it might inspire you and help you make your room look a tad more creative.





Look at how this pattern is made! Walking into the big room makes you think it's just a random pattern on the wall, but taking a closer look reveals the work and thought that the artist has put in this work. I'm very sorry about not remembering the artists' name or the title of the artwork but I hope these photographs are enough to inspire you.


Would you decorate a room in your home like this? Let me know! Much love - Sjoukje

13 comments

  1. There are so many museums in Paris...you always find inspiration in this city ! I do not have space as well for a project like this but it is interesting.

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  2. That looks awesome! I haven't been to a museum in ages, I really want to now!

    Evelin Kivi blog

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  3. I love that. I would definitely decorate my room like that.

    Jenn | Jennifer Jayne

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  4. What a lovely piece, I bet this was wonderful to see! :)

    Style Sunrise ☀

    :)
    x

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  5. This decoration is quite easy to realize but all the possible combinations make it really unique. When I'll have my own room, I'll try to do it. Thanks for sharing.

    Have a nice week, x.
    Free Spirit

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  6. That's such a cool idea! Reminds me of a heartbeat out of control or something, haha.

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  7. I love eye catching pieces like this. Stunning!

    Corinne x
    www.skinnedcartree.com

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  8. Dat ziet er echt heel tof uit. Normaal kom ik nóoit in museums.

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  9. I love it. Really interesting!

    xx, Renaud | renaudew.blogspot.com

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  10. I hope you're enjoy your stay in Paris
    Have a good day :)
    Delphine

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