If You’re Looking for Funky Custom Furniture, You’ve Landed Here for a Reason
Custom Painted End Table by LisaFrickYou’ve just saved time. Why? Because here at Funkthishouse, I’m on the hunt for wild and funky items to feature, so you don’t have to run around the internet like a chicken wearing tap shoes.
Today, you’re in luck, as Lisa Frick’s incredible work qualifies as funky funky funky! The colors and detail bring her pieces to cartoon-life; they’re gorgeous!
It’s not an exaggeration to say I spend many hours scouring the internet to find the funkiest items with pop and punch. The ones that trigger an initial ‘holy cow’ response find their way here or are shared socially. So, be sure to follow, and also check out some of Lisa’s work below.
Funky Has a Wide Range
Funky carries a different meaning for everyone. If your definition of funky means bright colors with an animated feel, then you’ll love these. Easily mix these pieces with other themes. One of the popular themed concepts is Nightmare Before Christmas Decor, and these funky custom furniture pieces featured here would fit nicely.
The bright colors make all of the pieces suitable for a room where a punch of interest is needed or for a full-on themed-out space where artsy-wild-fun leads the way.
How many of us have been at a loss, trying to decide how we can make our child’s room unique? It’s sometimes difficult to be brave with color, even when we want to. However, deciding upon a few vital funky pieces makes decorating that space much more straightforward. Just choose one piece to get started and take the colors from that piece and use them as the steering wheel for the rest of the room.
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Mixing Patterns? Give it to me, Quick & Simple!
If you mix patterns, the biggest thing to remember is ‘scale’ and to limit the number of different designs in a room to three to five.
The general rule is, you can mix patterns, but be sure the designs are not in the same size family. As an example, a larger printed pillow can be combined with a smaller printed pillow within the same color base for the room. However, break it up with a solid colored pillow if the patterns are too much and too close together. Watch the Featured Video: A quick overview of mixing patterns by Emily Henderson (it’s brief and helpful).
Here are a Few of Lisa Frick’s Designs
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