Print Pairs

It’s a little hard to get back into work after the holidays – but lucky for us, our work includes scouring the internet for stylish, inspiring interior design… it hardly feels like work some days!
To get you through the last days of the working week, we’re serving up another round of Print Pairs for you – some of the most popular endemicworld art prints, paired with the spaces we’d love to see them in!


This styled kids bedroom from a recent issue of InsideOut magazine (endemic fave!) is all kinds of rad.
We’d love to see our Play kids’ art print  – by NZ designer Peppermint Studio – on that white wall, as a fun finishing touch…


Protea art print by NZ’s Cloud Nine Creative. Did you know you can now search our print gallery by colour? Super handy when you’re designing your space to a palette!


We couldn’t resist… pink’s definitely super on-trend right now, and our Claris budgie art print by NZ artist Margaret Petchell also makes a sweet addition to this designer space! (It’s available as a framed or unframed print, but we’d go for a black frame for this room, to tie into the bold black accents of the light, throw and cushion.)


We’re huge fans of the new Ebb photographic print by NZ artist Jenna Smith. It’s both dramatic and calming, and would work so well in a similarly designed space, like this clean, contemporary Scandi living room (LOVE that greyscale geo rug!)


If this is the standard of nurseries these days, we wouldn’t mind going back into nappies! Love that vintage wicker armchair, and the paper origami pendant light too.
To get a similar look at your placem, choose colourful illustrated prints with a quirky, almost-retro vibe. Like this Don’t Worry Be Happy kids art print by NZ designer Kissy Kissy Kids!

Scandi interior with typographic framed art print

There’s no hiding our love for the modern Scandinavian interior aesthetic – think lots of white and soft grey, with punches of graphic black.
(P.S: Those two rugs layered look awesome!) our Aspire to Inspire art print, designed by Jenna Smith for The Block NZ’s Jo & Damo, would look wicked in this space.




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