We’ve had quite a few requests lately for another round of print pairs… not that we need a reason, we love putting them together!
Here’s a little round up of stylish interiors, matched with the art prints we’d buy if we were decorating the space…
This beautiful, light-filled space would be the perfect home for Capital, an original ink drawing by NZ artist Heath Brodie. This intricately sketched piece is part of a series called ‘The Journey Through’, and Heath has used ink made from Harakiki Flax.
We love the painterly style of NZ designer Alisha Brunton’s Let’s Run Away art print. A dreamy print belongs in a dreamy spot – right above the bed in a feminine but modern bedroom.
Grey is the most gorgeous colour for bedroom linen – it’s chic and contemporary with just a hint of luxe. Black and white is the best match for grey – we’d swap out that big framed print for our LOVE art print. It comes unframed, or framed in white or black.
Calling all colour lovers! This personality-packed dining room is a veritable feast of vintage and Scandi style… no boring people allowed. You could replace that rather busy gallery wall above the buffet with one big bold statement piece, like our limited edition Apple art print. An apple a day…
For big kids or little ones – if the room is modern, bright and fun, the Corals art print by Australian indie illustrator Pete Kromer will fit right in.
Nawww, so sweet! This Baby Penguin art print is one of a series of baby animal prints by NZ illustrator Emmaline Bailey. They’d be super cute on their own or as a framed diptych or triptych for baby’s bedroom. The soft pencil texture makes them an especially good choice for a neutral nursery.
Our vintage-style Coffee print – a genuine letterpress print – is the perfect partner for a retro or vintage-style kitchen space. (Letterpress printing is an art in itself, each print is made using an antique press, one print at a time, one colour at a time.) We love the classic deep blue colour, which will play off nicely against white walls and timber surfaces.