Big, bold artwork takes centre stage in these Western Canadian homes.

(Photo: Tracey Ayton)

1. Colour Pop

A vibrant painting by Rob Nicholls adds a punch of warmth to this grey-and-white bedroom. See more of this Vegas-inspired condo. (Photo: Janis Nicolay)

2. Totally Neutral

This apartment’s neutral palette mirrors the tones in the homeowner’s artwork so closely, it’s hard to imagine which came first. See more of this serene space. (Photo: Phil Crozier)

3. Pièce de Résistance

This unusual holiday look was inspired by the vibrant Zoë Pawlak artwork in the dining room, complemented by blush-pink placemats and Moroccan-themed pillows. See more of this Amanda Hamilton designed space. (Photo: Martin Tessler)

4. Front and Centre

A Marco Grassi original also appears in this light-filled Vancouver kitchen. See more of this 1970s architectural gem. (Photo: Janis Nicolay)

5. Mix and Match

Designer Robert Bailey effortlessly blends eras in this Vancouver home. In the dining room, a striking piece by artist Andy Dixon is framed by an elegant Ligne Roset dining table. See more of this modern-meets-traditional home. (Photo: Janis Nicolay)

6. Pop Art

Artist Michael Moebuis’s playful painting of Marilyn Monroe was the first thing the homeowners bought for this Stephanie Brown-designed dining room. See more of this graphic blue-and-white space. (Photo: Martin Tessler)

7. Contemporary Cool

Contemporary artwork is peppered throughout this Calgary home. In the living room, the bright piece above the mantle is accented by plush furniture and an ornate chandelier. See more of this Paul Lavoie-designed home.

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