Artistic Mobiles for the Home or Nursery

Mobiles are not necessarily just meant to be hung over a crib in your child’s room. The art world has taken the common baby mobile and given it a creative upgrade that can now be used in any room in your home as a decorative addition. Thanks to the Themis line of beautiful mobiles designed by Clara Von Zweigbergk, you can now incorporate the classic mobile into your décor for a more contemporary and artistic feel.

Themis Mono

Sometimes one is all you need to really make a statement and that can be achieved with the Themis Mono Mobile. This single pop of twelve incredible colors will look amazing in your home. Geometrically designed, this mobile is a twelve-sided multifaceted shape with each side treating you to brightly-colored hues and muted shades.

Themis Trio

Instead of just one, the Themis Trio Mobile gives you three geometric shapes that when brought together, create one seamless design of colors and artistic elegance pleasing for both you and your home’s décor. Choose to hang this masterpiece as either a traditional mobile or stack the shapes on top of one another and display on a desk.

Themis Trio 2

Your eyes can’t help but follow the slight movement and calming display of colors and shapes featured in the Themis Trio 2 Mobile. Moving art is what you can experience when you choose to hang this wonderful piece in your living room, den, or bedroom.

Themis Prism Mobile

If you prefer a calmer color pallet to complement your décor, then the Themis Prism Mobile will fit in perfectly. With its salmon, beige, green, black, and gold colors, each ornament is like its own individual work of art that when combined together, create a masterpiece of both artistic and geometric design. Hang this mobile or stack the faceted shapes for more versatile displaying capabilities.

Themis Mobile

  Now you can have five colorfully, multifaceted geometric ornaments to hang delicately from the ceiling or arrange in stacks on a desk or table with the Themis Mobile. Your eyes will love tracing this moving piece of art as it slowly turns and shifts in the air, creating a different effect of color and shape with each angle you see it from.

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