Sotheby's is auctioning David Hockney's painting, "Hotel L'Arbois" on Feb. 1. With an estimated worth of between $1.6 million and $2.4 million, it's definitely out of reach for almost all home decorators. That doesn't mean you can't go without Hockney in your home — take a look at these prints if you love Hockney but can't afford an original. For the lucky bidder on the original, I've put together a living room that would serve the stunning work of art admirably. It would also be a good arrangement for any modern decorator looking to add some art to their walls. Since the artwork is what everyone's eyes will be on, I chose to keep the walls neutral, hanging the Matrix Otto Pendant Lamp ($950) for ceiling lighting. The Otto reflects the painting's modern roots, and is eye-catching without stealing the show. The Niels Bendtsen Two Seater Sofa ($2,700) in gray works beautifully as the main furniture piece in the room. I then layered in furniture that cribs its color palette from Hockney's painting. To shop the entire look, click on each image!