Integrate Your Art and Interior Design
Our professional interior designer decorators will harmonise your art and decor!
Customised art specialist Sharron Tancred works with our select Interior Designers to harmonise your decor. Your decor can be beautiful and meaningful!
Art with Interior Design, Brisbane- Tailored Artworks collaborates with specially chosen, qualified interior designer-decorators to help you achieve your dream residential or corporate space, from your holiday home to multi-residential developments. Custom-made art, hand-painted wall murals, interior design and decoration, are designed to harmonise and transform your décor into a heartfelt work of art.
The benefits of Art with Interior Design- A huge benefit to working with us as your art and interior design team is that Sharron Tancred, who has decorating qualifications herself, can suggest subtle changes, especially regarding colour or the artworks’ meaning to you and how it relates to your interior decorating – a detail that ensures your project is all it can be. Our behind the scenes teamwork on your art and decor takes away your stress and saves you much time dealing with multiple suppliers.
Let your artwork inspire our interior designers! Why? Because in design, art has it all. Commissioning art that is all about you establishes Soul, your personality, and Wow! Factor because Art is highly visible from your wall! Art encompasses your entire colour palette, style, theme, textures and shapes making an ideal start for our interior designer decorator who then, briefed by Sharron, takes the artwork’s elements into your décor. This process saves yours, or our, interior designer time and allows them to move on to sourcing and specifying finishes with a firm direction at hand. Our interior designer decorators are some of the best in Brisbane and have been hand picked by Sharron for their skill, professional presentation and talent.
Don’t build without an interior designer! If you are building, choosing an interior designer decorator to create a unique look in a style that you love is essential. Tailored Artworks has chosen to work with ‘designer decorators’ because they can assist you from build to final touch: product specifications, lighting and furniture plans, floor and window treatments, colour specifications and accessories.
A good designer can create any style be it Desert Tribe, Art Deco or Hamptons! A good interior designer will earn their fee in the value they add to your property, and, at only $90-$150p/hr, interior designers who can also decorate, are essential if you wish to achieve a truly stunning, and well thought out interior that has maximised your space and, avoided the costly mistakes novices make.
Art with Interior Design- If you are building or renovating then your interior designer decorator will know which space most deserves a tailored artwork. The interior designer will brief Sharron with the specifications she requires ready for your Art and Decor Planning Session with her. It’s all possible at Tailored Artworks!
Latest art commissions
c>> ‘1770’ – Foyer collage and interior decor by Touches Interiors
Client brief: Kay and Collin are redecorating from 80s Asian to “something classy, natural and more nautical…” and had a few spots where they thought tailored artworks would help establish the right style.
Our strategy: Sharron designed a seascape collage about holidaying at 1770 to establish, in the home’s foyer, a Hamptons style. Kay commissioned our Interior Designer-Decorator, Carmel Reggi from Touches Interiors, to create connections to the artwork to enhance her existing decor and replace the Asian accents.
Results: “When first introduced by Sharron to clients Kay & Collin, I was given a brief to transform their living spaces by harmonising my choices with the formal entry artwork. Kay and Collin wanted a change to reflect the artwork’s bright, airy beach feeling and colour palette. We decluttered and replaced all dark accessories and feature walls with light hues of blues, teals, yellows, white and silver to achieve the desired fresh, beachy feel. Sharron’s artwork in the foyer was not only the focal point but the catalyst for the home’s refurbishment, resulting in their new oasis.” Interior Designer-Decorator, Carmel Reggi, Touches Interiors (Photos thanks to Kerrin Smith Photography)
>> ‘Life On The Meadow’ – Dribbled art commission, decor and kitchen renovation by Touches Interiors
Client brief: Tony and Pat sat in on Sharron’s Home Show talk and booked there and then. Like so many, they also wanted to start with art. The brief for their home on the meadow included replacing their African theme with a contemporary style, updating their kitchen and the overall decor.
Our strategy: Sometimes clients are scared of colour but love it once they experience its power. Based on Tony and Pat’s choices from her sample album, Sharron used a dribble technique to express ‘the spirit of the meadow’ and confirm a classic contemporary style which gave scope to Carmel, from Touches Interiors, for more design features. Carmel’s new kitchen, rugs, custom upholstery, cushions, professional paint work and accessorising completed the brief beautifully.
Results: “Sharron and I took Tony and Pat’s tired space to a new level of colour with their favourite Blues, Greens and a touch of the Orange reminiscent of South Africa. I had their beloved lounge re-upholstered with modern geometric fabrics, added a new transitional rug, and complimentary white, teal and yellow accessories. My team refreshed the interior’s feel with white washed walls and a newly fitted modern kitchen which provided better function and storage along with the luxury of a new stove, dishwasher and statement piece glass splash back. New shutters, lighting and refurbished floors and stairs set the stage for Sharron’s Artwork, ‘Life on the Meadow’. Interior Designer-Decorator Carmel Reggi, Touches Interiors (Photos thanks to Kerrin Smith Photography)
“We are thrilled with everything and could never have achieved anything like it on our own, so a big thank you! It has all come together so well, and we are enjoying it all. Our daughter who returned home from living overseas said that she feels like she is living in a resort with all the changes, as did we!” Pat and Tony, Strathpine, Qld
>> ‘Activation’ – Private Adult/Child Art Workshop commission & decor by Assorted Spaces
The brief: Julie booked an appointment to create art for her new home’s stairwell cavity that would complement her other three workshop artworks, but this time, she wanted her two boys to experience it, and, she wanted to use the artwork for her business!
Our strategy: At the appointment, Sharron created a simple design to meet the brief and be accomplished with herself supervising the family workshop. Just as well for boys will be boys! Sharron also suggested that our Interior Designer Taryn Whitaker from Assorted Spaces further the established style with new rugs, wallpapers and accessories to achieve a relaxed but elegant, colourful and uncluttered family home.
Results: “When we moved house and were looking to fill some of the empty walls and decided it would be a wonderful idea to commission art from Sharron again. Despite my tall order to involve our boys aged 4 and 8, Sharron managed to weave her magic over the 290cm x 91cm canvas, getting both boys actively involved! I’ve had comments like, ”That’s the coolest thing I’ve seen in a long time.” Taryn’s beautiful interior decor was simply the icing on our cake. Thank you Sharron and Taryn!” Julie & Giles, Petrie
>> ‘My Fair Lady’, ‘Pinot’ & ‘Chardy’ – Abstract art commission & interior refurbishment by New Leaf Design Studios
The brief: Robert wanted his riverside apartment, facing the magnificent Story Bridge, to be more appealing than your typical bachelor pad. After hearing Sharron talk at the Build and Design Centre and meeting designer Sandra Dara from New Leaf Design Studios, he decided art was great inspiration for his décor and booked an appointment.
Our strategy: Sharron produced three original artworks painted in Free Flow inspired by a style Robert had provided. She gave Robert décor tips to match but, in the end, sent these to Sandra Dara, who took Sharron’s lead and worked to emphasise the contemporary style with custom designed floor rug, curtains and blinds, linen and accessories all of which, once completed; we entered in the HIA Awards.
Results: ‘Sharron and Sandra have been a pleasure to work with to create my ‘new space’ with Sharron’s special artwork and Sandra’s decor. Their immense enthusiasm is contagious, and their creativity is inspiring. Thanks, Sharron and Sandra for giving much-needed life to my apartment.’ Robert, New Farm (Photos thanks to Brisbane Commercial Photography)
Tracie’s brief: The residents of Aurora Tower did not like the artworks hanging in their reception and wanted a change. Over a 3 year period, this project evolved, finally, to completion.
Interior Designer Tracie Dunne wanted to lift the mood of Aurora Tower’s reception area and capture the feeling of skyscraper living while considering the metallic finishes of the foyer, exterior architecture and 69 floors of apartment owners and hotel visitors.
Tracie knew management did not want the area used as a meeting space any longer due to the mess that people create, and felt that a formal, clean, positive and light filled space would be an improvement.
The other issue; the wall itself was slightly curved and featured decorative sculptural lines within it creating square, rectangular and diamond shapes which Tracie matched with her fabric selection focusing on the diamond shapes.
Our strategy: A thumbnail sketch drawn at the planning session drew out the Soul of the building and its Art Deco features inspiring a collage depicting lightly be-jeweled clouds floating over a city skyline, as experienced from the heights of Aurora Tower. Tracie agreed that everyone loves clouds, dew, sunsets and light and it was the answer she was after.
Sharron showed Tracie how this theme could be interpreted into a design that would unite all of the shapes and with metallic and iridescent effects, reflect light. The addition of crystals as collage added pattern, twinkle and art décor styling that Tracie loved. While painting the diptych, Sharron started with square brush marks vignetted from pewter to silver to striations of white lines of wind up and across both 2 meter squared canvases and then added “zing” and united all the colours with a zig zag pattern in the cloud trims for added drama and contrast.
The results: An unveiling party was organised for residents who came and applauded the new artworks and furniture. v
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Photos cannot do this work justice because the metallic and crystal effects cannot glimmer, so go and see the Aurora Tower artworks by Sharron Tancred at Aurora Tower 420 Queen St, Brisbane