In this setting, the comic strip art piece looks modern even though the subject is retro. Bold scale and color make this space feel all grown up.
The comic strip fabric on these art deco–inspired chairs is reminiscent of the black and white ink of early comics. This fabric would look great in a room with a black and white color scheme or with a bold paint color on the walls.
Just like the comic strip format itself, this art tells a story in a panel format. Comics-inspired art is a perfect backdrop for game room activity.
With this look in the entry hall, you know this Houston pied-à-terre is going to be fun. The colors in the art set the palette for the entire home.
A bedroom from the same home features a sitting area with a mirror shaped like a cartoon dialogue bubble.
This comic strip fabric on a lacquered white rococo armchair is quirky style at its best. I do love the bright red wall but could also see this working with bright green, yellow or cobalt blue.
Use a primary color scheme to enhance comic strip art. The modern elements of this space make it suitable as a child's room or a home office. Superman appears to be coming from the sky outside this room.
Overscale comic strip art takes up the full wall in this game room. The camp-style lights take color cues from the art. The opposite wall hints at a comic-book "Pow!" with an opening that mimics a broken brick wall.
Here is the same room from the other side of the broken wall. Whimsical comic-style pillows support the theme.
Framed comic strip art signed by Charles Schultz of Peanuts fame is the focal point in this great kid space.