I’m sure I’m not alone when I say that styling a home can be such a long process. My partner and I moved into our house about nine months ago now and whilst we have added lots of lovely furniture pieces, we’ve still yet to really add much onto the walls. Introducing prints can be a lovely way to make a plain space look more fresh and exciting, so I decided it was about time I had a little look for some. Obviously I headed straight for Desenio, which has grown to be the new it place for stylish prints and frames, and I found these beautiful prints in a soft pastel pink with the phrases Crème de la Crème and & Ampersand, imprinted in beautiful gold foil. I bought gold frames for both also from Desenio, and I really like how slim they are which I think gives them a more elegant look. I definitely aim to pop them on the wall, but for now I’ll let them rest on top of my chest of drawers. I also really like the Pink Champagne print in the same style as these two.
I found this gorgeous Ballerina print whilst browsing on Etsy, and fell in love with the feminine style. The illustration itself is so lovely and delicate, and I adore the tulle tutu feature that stands out from the frame, it makes it extra pretty and unique! The only thing with this one is that you can’t use the glass protector that usually sits in front of a print/photo, but I’m not too fussed. I wanted a lovely white frame to match and found a pretty ornate style frame from eBay. It’s got just enough detail to make it look feminine, but not too much that it’s over the top.
Lastly I purchased this gorgeous Blooms print from Bon Bon De Mur, which has a beautiful assortment of peonies and roses in pretty pinks and whites. I got the large 20×20 size so that it would fill a big space on one of the walls in my living room where I’ll be popping it horizontally. I found it really difficult finding a frame to fit it perfectly so I also ordered another slim gold frame from Desenio in the closest size I could find, and simply trimmed the print to fit.
Which sites are your favourite for prints?