Print Pairs

Let’s play another round of ‘Perfect Match’ – where we pair our endemicworld prints with gorgeous interiors. Hey, a little daydreaming is good for the soul!

Ampersand Art Print and Studio

This Ampersand art print by NZ designers MASH is the perfect addition to any font-lover’s creative space. (P.S: If you’re unsure what colour palette to go for, Black and White never fails.)

Inaluxe Art Print and dining area

LOVE that dining area! Clean and bright, with cute pops of colour in the cute glassware and ‘mixed lolly bag’ of cushions. The Garden Party art print by endemicworld designers Inaluxe would be right at home here.

Erica Harrison Print and room

Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas is a little quiet room to call my own – like this one. Add a Kilim rug and pop an art print on the wall to make the space feel a bit warmer and more inviting. The colours and geometric shapes of the Kilim rug match awesomely with our Peacocks screenprinted print by NZ illustrator Erica Harrison.

Pantone Art Print and design studio

Necessary ingredients for a super cool studio: Bright, statement chairs? Tick. A studio pet? Tick. A designer wall print? The colours in the Pantone Cosmopolitan print would be perfect here. Our I Love DA posters are limited edition art prints donated by New Zealand designers with the proceeds supporting NZ Design Assembly.

Cloud print and bedroom

If you’re redecorating your little one’s bedroom, check out this funky little number. The Clouds print by OSLO has a cool street art feel and comes in pinks or blues.

Botanic print and floral bedroom

This is dangerous, now I feel like re-styling my bedroom! This one has such a sweet floral and vintage vibe, and one of our vintage botanical prints would look awesome above the bed.

Bird Art Print and Minimalist Lounge

This lounge may be minimalist, but the upcycled railway sleeper coffee table and that caramel-coloured leather chair help it feel homely. A large print of a Margaret Petcell painting – we love her Sparrow – would be the icing on the cake, don’t you think?

 

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