Supported by Desenio
I’m a big believer in no naked walls around the home so I’m always on the lookout for places to shop for stylish and affordable wall art. Desenio is my latest discovery and with thousands of prints in their range across all art styles, I’m pretty sure you’ll find something to love from them too!
Today I’m sharing a few of my favourite collections with you and how I styled a couple of their prints around my home.
Black and white
There’s just something so elegant about black and white wall art. From minimalist monoline artworks to black and white photography, there are over 1000 to choose from in Desenio’s range.
These make a fab hero piece in a space or you can curate your own collection and create a gallery wall.
Nature and botanical
Always a go-to for me when it comes to buying posters, I adore those that bring a sense of the outside in.
In my living room bookcase, I’m using the ‘Wall of Dahlia’s’ poster in a 50×70 poster size. I love the moody and deep tones of this piece.
I find myself always gravitating towards buying the same type of art and if you’re the same, perhaps mixing a few graphical prints into your collection is the contrast you’ve been looking for.
Whether you like colourful and quirky or muted and sophisticated, Desenio have a graphical poster to fit the brief. Browse the range of graphical prints here.
Anyone with children will love their range of kid’s posters, which includes photography, illustrations, typography and quotes.
Suiting newborn to pre-teen, it took me a while to go through the hundreds of options to make my selections for Alexander and Patrick.
In Alexander’s room, I decided on the ‘Animals of the World Alphabet Poster’ given his ongoing obsession with all things animals.
I hope you found a few new prints to add to your home. If you share a pic online, tag me @stylecuratorau as I’d love to see which ones you picked.