When Joy Cho of Oh Joy! shred these photos from the portfolio of New York-based architecture and design firm Sawyer Benson, and described how impactful she thought the artwork was, we had to agree. Perfectly fun and colorful, children's artwork is elevated to another visual level when mounted on a white linen ground with a simple white box frame. Though totally delightful and appropriate in this space, we would also love to see a grouping of these colorful works in a traditionally decorated living room or even a formal dining space. We find them especially impactful when hung as a group and may just find ourselves camped out at our kitchen table this weekend attempting to recreate this very same look. Have you displayed your kid's art in a sophisticated manner? We would love to see. Tweet us a photo at @DomaineHome.