Queen’s Pop Art Decor

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Queen’s Pop Art

Magic colors of Pop Art has a way of bringing a smile to my face. I love the boldness of the dark shades. I use the colors to draw life into my canvas with every stroke I make. Each color pops out like a rabbit in a hole.

Bold colors make a statement and will bring interest to a blank wall or room. Begin with the 60-30-10% rule of decorating and then add the essential items to the room to complete your design.

Here is a quick way to paint a canvas that will work with your style.


  • Begin by painting the whole canvas in a bright yellow and mix in some orange for interest.
  • Think about using colors that match your home. In my case, I use red, teal, black and white checks.
  • Add circles with checks, swirls, stripes and whimsical stars, or anything you like as a whimsical design. I use those like Mackenzie Childs.
  • Create leaves and whimsical spirals to fill the canvas.
  • Use black and white checks to mimic Mackenzie Child’s. Here I painted a stand that gives the canvas a whimsical look.
  • The flower pot is painted in red and gold stripes as it is a signature look of Mackenzie Child’s décor.
  • Lastly, I painted black stripes around the entire canvas. (the look of a frame is what I had in mind)

Most people like soft natural colors for their home decorating but not me! I have a red sofa, teal walls, and accents of black and white checks. My favorite designer of home items is Mackenzie Child’s. I use my paint brush and other ways to give an old piece of furniture a whimsical look.

Boho Chest

Boho Chest like Mackenzie Child’s 

  • Use your imagination to draw on when planning your next DIY project.
  • Include a variety of patterns within the same color family.
  • Add black and white checks to give your project a whimsical look.
  • Add several papers; craft, wallpaper, tissue paper, even cocktail napkins to complete your project.
  • Mod Podge is the glue of choice for positioning the papers on the DIY project. A second coat to seal the paper and give it a glossy shine.

Pop Art Lady

Pop Art Lady

The Pop Art Lady is my latest project. I actually took a paint class at Lowe Mill Art & Entertainment with a skilled artist I admire.

Learning new skills and new ways to use your skills is the best way to get a broader view of art.

Everyone you meet brings a fresh approach to life!

Take a class, join a group, or learn a new skill. It will help to enhance your hum-drum world. You might find you have raw talent hidden underneath layers of stress.

Pop Art is all around just look for it in home decorating stores, DIY projects of your own, or purchase Pop Art direct from artist on Etsy, Ebay, or from Queen Rose. I will be glad to paint a commissioned piece to match your decor.  Queen’s Pop Art is happy to please and happy to have new visitors to my blog! Drop me an email and we can discuss your one-of-a-kind canvas masterpiece.

I’m so glad you landed on my blog. Check out the other posts related to Pop Art by the Queen

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blog writer Doris Campbell

About Queen Dorishttp://queenstudio.wordpress.comI am a wife, mother, sister, artist, master gardener, interior designer, and Queen of the Red Hat Fabulous Flamingos. I love writing & my book, Feel it, believe it, Pass it on! The Power of Friendships, is available on Amazon. I share advice on art, gardening, home design, and friendship. Let's get this party started!

3 thoughts on “Queen’s Pop Art Decor

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    Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

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