Modern projects in old neighborhoods can really bring life to a city if done right. For this project the Flott Art team was brought in by interior design firm Spaced Out to furnish the walls for a newly constructed property on a historic landmark lot in the Georgetown neighborhood of D.C. "Wide plank floors, custom doors and trim, fun tile and unlacquered brass accents made this new-Georgian home POP!" - Taylor Deering. To accompany these modern features, artist Allan Flott used three cotton duck canvases. Each canvas was designed with house paints and laminated with an epoxy resin coating to give it a glossy look and feel.
This 24x48 canvas was a great way to start off the entry into the home. Immediately when we arrived our eyes were drawn to this area of the room, making this focal point a perfect place for Allan's statement artwork. You'll notice the continued use of white, gray, and maroon colors in each canvas to set the mood of the first floor of the home.
The space was already beautifully designed by Waterworks. They used Belden cabinets in Midnight with Decoy on the island. Polished nickel Henry faucet and hammered nickel Arteriors pendants above honed Bardiglio countertop. Mesh metal inlay added a subtle prestige touch to the finishing.
This 48x60 gray, white and purple canvas was a great add to the interior setting. The grey background brings a feeling of calmness to fill up the space. While the thick purple and sleek white lines remind the viewer of the luxury and safety of the home.
The slight touch of burgundy on these oven knobs made a great transition from the entry room where Allan's statement canvas resides, to the final room where the white and purple canvas is hung.