Nude Art Done Right


Casey Keasler for Design*Sponge

Nude art, accepted and regaled as some of the most popular once upon a time, is often seen as taboo in today’s society. (Half naked people on TV? Okay. Tastefully painted expressionist female form? The horror.) I’m of the opinion that a good piece of naked art can be really amazing in nearly any room, and I’m finding proof that others agree. Take a peek at how nudes are being incorporated into everyday home decor, then scroll down to shop the look.


Alice Gao-Design Crush

Alice Gao


Patrick Cline-Design Crush

Patrick Cline


Lonny-Design Crush



Max Snow-Design Crush

Max Snow



Clockwise from top left: Vintage A. Moyer // André Lemos Pinto // Catalina Somolinos // Ewa Dabkiewicz


Stanimir Stoykov-Design Crush

Stanimir Stoykov



Clockwise from top left: GalerieMiniMal // Geordanna Cordero-Fields // Vitali Komarov //
1950s Pin-Up Photograph

  • Corrin

    May 14, 2015 at 7:47 am Reply

    I adore nudes. I have two above my couch in the living room, more in my bedroom, and some waiting to be framed for the bathroom.

  • Claire

    May 16, 2015 at 12:09 am Reply

    I think the human body is a work of art in itself, and nude art should definitely be more accepted on a larger scale! loved the pieces you included. 🙂

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