Bright coral moodboard featuring art of small coral flowers from St Lucia


Coral or Orange - either way, it’s seems like such a difficult color to pair with.   I wasn’t quite sure how to pair anything with this piece of ART.   All I knew was that - I really (I mean really!) liked the color of these flowers.   There are so many different shades of coral/orange in this - and against the dark green leaves.   How can this piece not speak to you?

Closeup of orange flowering jungle geranium bush at botanical garden in st lucia by Lisa Blount
Art mood board featuring coral jungle geranium flower art

I looked at this piece - and tried to think out of the box.   Orange and … what.   Orange and yellow (nah).  Orange and White (maybe).   Orange and …. Blue?  (BINGO!)   Once I started pulling those colors together, I couldn’t believe how well they coordinated.   

Closeup of orange flowering jungle geranium bush at botanical garden in st lucia by Lisa Blount
When you invest in ART, you want to showcase that art - and make sure it’s appreciated by others as much as you appreciate it!   As a fine art photographer, I have seen clients struggle with where to place pieces of art.  Clients love the piece of art, but they just aren’t sure how to incorporate it with their furniture, or how it could fit in a room or what decor could coordinate.  So I’ve created a possible grouping of furniture items to pair along with some of my art.   Allowing the visualization of art and furniture together to make a statement in your home or office.

If you’ve read my other blogs - you know the drill … here’s my steps and the links to where I found the items that I felt paired well with the ART.

Here are the 5 steps in action!  

Select your focal point

Decide which piece(s) of art will be the focal point or inspiration point for the room/building.   


Color of Coral Fire - Featured art.   

This art is available in either TruLife Acrylic or High Gloss Chromaluxe Metal.   

The TruLife Acrylic is non-reflective/non-glare, it appears as though you’re looking through a window at the picture, and is a little more modern and contemporary.

The Chromaluxe Metal is a glossier, does reflect light but is cheaper.   You can’t go wrong with either one - it just depends on what your preference, style and budget can afford.   

Custom sizing is available on all of my ART... so don’t let size limit your creativity when designing your room!


A little bit about this art: It was taken in St. Lucia at the entrance of our resort.   It was such a beautiful welcoming color.   Truly a tropical flower set for a tropical vacation.  

Build a theme   

The theme …. WELCOMING COLOR!!   

With this piece of ART, it’s a statement piece - but not an overbearing one.   It invites and welcomes you into the room - calmly.   It adds a warmth and glow to the room - making the invitation one to be accepted.


Create a Mood Board

Visualize the items together.   I do this by creating a mood board.   Whether I pick these exact items or not - this gives me a starting place for options for the room, for the art, and my style.

Art mood board Art mood board by Lisa Blount photography


Tweak it until you’re happy with it. 

Not everyone’s style is the same - so incorporate YOU into it.   That will ensure that you love it!


Start shopping!

I'm not gonna lie - this is my favorite part!!!   Especially when I order it ... it's like Christmas when the package arrives!!!


Below are the items that I selected to go with this art / moodboard.   The resources are below, or feel free to be creative for your style.   Either way - find something that you will LOVE!   Afterall, it is your home or office!    

The Color of Coral Fire fine art is very calming - and I have matched it with white, blue and more coral.   

Square art of orange flowers St Lucia by Lisa Blount

I selected a white leather couch, primarily because I wanted to see if this ART could go into an upscale room - and it can!   It is so flexible!!   The leather couch may feel cold, however when paired with navy pillows and orange pillows, a throw and accessories - it turns into a cozy little spot to sink down into. 

To keep the color flowing from the ART into the furniture, I selected a beautiful accent chair.   This ties them together and makes it look like the room is well thought out and planned.  

For even more pops of blue I added a blue accent table and some blue coral.   

The base color of the room is Benjamin Moore - Seacliffe Heights collection


As a side note - some of my art comes in acrylic blocks.   This is how you can collect art - even when you don’t have an empty wall!   The 6x6 and 8x8 Acrylic Blocks can be placed anywhere - shelves, tables, mantles.  Wherever you need a pop of color or relaxation or a statement piece … you can place an acrylic block.

6x6 acrylic block of coral peach and orange lantana flowers shelf decorCloseup of orange flowering jungle geranium bush at botanical garden in st lucia by Lisa Blount

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 Lisa Blount Fine Art Photographer specializing in landscape and nature art I love taking pictures!   It started at a very young age and has stuck with me my whole life.  I have used my pictures to capture memories and moments that later allow you to reflect.  I never considered moving forward and creating art until several challenging events happened which allowed me to rethink my priorities.  

I then had the opportunity to collaborate with a designer and had SO MUCH FUN!!   Having a 30 year career in Corporate America, has allowed me the opportunity to now do what I love - take pictures and add some beautiful art to your world!  


To find other pieces of art, please check out my website

(Please note:  I am not affiliated with or promoting any of the furniture or accessories - only my art.   I will give you links to where I found the items, but it’s only for reference - as I simply found pieces that I liked that I felt could enhance the art when grouped with it.)

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