Happy Birthday to the King of Pop Art!

Rachel Gill | 06 Aug 2013 | Trends

Today marks the 85th anniversary of one of the most influential figures of the visual art movement: Andy Warhol. In celebration of this pop art legend’s birth, we’ve browsed Houzz for the coolest ways to accent your home with a pop of color.

Here’s our 5 Favorite Ways to Display Pop Art in Your Home:

1. Bring color to an urban-industrial room

Because this metropolitan loft has such an industrial style, adding the colorful Marilyn Monroe pop art brightens up the room while adding a fun, modern vibe. It’s the perfect touch of color to an otherwise monochromatic space.

2. Balance a classical style with modern art

Despite this dining room’s very classical style, the pop art painting above the fireplace is the perfect focal point. It grabs attention and brings life to an area that might otherwise be overlooked.

3. Display family photographs

Pop art family portraits are a wonderful way to add a more personal touch to your home. While adding color, these bright canvases are a unique and artistic way to display your family photos on something other than your photo albums buried away in that box you can never seem to find!

4. In rooms with eclectic style

All of the elements in this room add a quirky, eclectic feel that makes it such an interesting space. Pop art is the perfect choice when it comes to eccentric style because it’s bright, fun and one-of-a-kind!

5. Accent bright colors in your room’s decor

The most iconic of all of Andy Warhol’s pieces, these Campbell Soup prints accent the bright colors already in the room’s decor while adding a little liveliness to the walls. Without this artwork, the walls would seem bare and empty in an otherwise colorful space.

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