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02-03-2017

You’re Invited: ILevel Studio Staff Show

When we hire our staff at ILevel, one of the things that we look for is a true passion for art. Besides being skilled at handling, hanging, and installing art, our team members are all incredibly talented when it comes to creating art, too.

So we figured what better way to put on our next studio art show than to tap our artists-in-residence? From February 15 through March 31, we’ll host “Finding Center,” an exhibit of paintings, photography, sculpture, and more, from more than a dozen of our team members.

Our staff artists include Alan Fleming, Andrew Smenos, Anthony Carpenter, Chris Deo, David Grois, David Kassel, David Stern, Jack Stadtlander, Jeff DiRaimo, Jon Rosenblum, Lyle Starr, Oliver Terry, Patrick Resing, and Scott Wilson.

An opening reception will be held on Wednesday, February 15th, from 6 pm to 8 pm at ILevel Studio (37 East 7th Street).

05-13-2016

Join ILevel and Farrow & Ball May 19 for a Talk on Wall Color and Wall Art

We’re excited to announce the next event in our lineup of great happenings at our studio space! Next Thursday, May 19, we will be teaming up with the color experts at Farrow & Ball to discuss the relationship between wall color and wall art, and ways to create a pairing that’s both beautiful and complementary.

farrow and ball and ILevel New York

Farrow & Ball color consultant Erica Silberman will be on hand to introduce the brand’s latest line of nine colors, and ILevel founder and expert curator David Kassel will discuss the principles of building a unique and personal art and object collection. Following a brief conversation, refreshments and Prosecco will be served, and attendees will have a chance to view the latest ILevel Studio collections and Farrow & Ball paint colors up close.

(For a sneak peek at some of ILevel’s complete, curated studio art collections available for purchase, click here.)

Event details and RSVP information below! We hope to see you there!

Thursday, May 19th
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Presentation 6:30 pm

Kindly RSVP by May 16th
Flatiron.showroom@farrow-ball.com
212-334-8330

 

07-18-2014

5 Art Ideas for Your Entryway

The entryway is the first thing you (and your guests) will have each time you walk in and out of your home. Which means it’s especially important to create a thoughtful, welcoming space. 

One of the best ways to do this is through what you choose to hang on your walls. Wall art instantly showcases your style and personality. Mirrors provide a practical spot to give yourself a once over before heading out the door. Family photos create a warm, friendly feel. All three options can be beautiful choices for decorating an entry. Here are a few of our favorite versions of each. 

1. Wall Art.

Bright, colorful wall art cements a bohemian style.

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Photo via Design Sponge

Here, the art adds texture and an approachable, organic element to a glam vignette.

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Photo via Style at Home

 2. Mirrors.

Here, the mirror takes center stage, reflecting the light from the doorway.

entryway art ideas design sponge

Photo via Design Sponge

 Mirrors can also serve as part of a larger wall display.

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Photo via Wisteria

3. Family photos 

An arrangement of photos in a cohesive color palette makes a welcoming style statement.

Photo via inspiredbylovely.blogspot.com

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Here, again, family photos help solidify the color scheme.

Photo via House and Home

Photo via House and Home

Thinking of revamping your entryway? Contact us to help you arrange and hang photos, art mirrors, and more.

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