Commissioned Resin Art will definitely add that little bit of luxury to any room. Commissioned wall art can completely change a space – it will be created specifically for your wall size (none too big or small) and will bring together different elements from all around the room. Commissioned homeware will add interest and colour to a room, both often becoming talking points in the home. Individualy designed or commissioned pieces make the most thoughtful of gifts for special occasions. I like to keep my commissioned artwork accessible and you might find the cost is more reasonable than you would imagine.
So what is the process? First we will discuss your personal preferences around the piece itself – is it wall art or a homeware piece? What size would you like? What colour scheme are you working to? Do you want different textures in the finised piece? Is the piece for yourself or for someone else? After this initial discussion I will design a mood board of ideas based on your requirements. You are ultimately in control of the piece and adjustments can be made as needed beforehand. Only once the design is fully agreed on will I start on creating your individual piece of resin art and you will be regularly updated on the progress of the piece.
Get in touch with me today for an informal no obligation chat if you would like to discuss a commissioned piece of resin art for yourself or as a gift.
A glimpse into the bespoke process…
After the first contact I get an idea of your needs and ask you to show me the colours you require, photos of your chosen room, your fabrics, wall colour/pattern etc, or even better send me a screenshot on the website of the product/paint which is more accurate due to camera and lighting variations.
A mood board is sent to the client
I am on hand to advise on colours, composition and finish.
After the price is agreed I take a non refundable deposit (generally 25%) so I can get started on the bespoke piece.
I will send you videos and pictures covering all angles.
Then it’s time to package and post
And hopefully you will send me a picture of it in situ!