I figured something light and bright was needed today and so I wanted to share the work of Jorey Hurley that I found on Etsy who does the best prints for kids rooms (and some for any kind of room). I love the style, the modern edge and the bold color. Available from 8″ x 10″ to 30″ x 40″, these would look great in groupings or on their own. I have my eye on some for Henry’s eventual big boy room.
I’d LOVE to do a whole wall of her alphabet prints in a playroom. Would be stunning and huge. :)
There are also some cool prints for grown ups too.
Have a sunny day everyone.
I was away working this weekend so this morning’s post is going to be short and sweet. Came across a great new source for affordable art prints in the UK called and rounded up some favorites into a virtual gallery wall to share with you guys. I love the mix of line drawings, graphic prints, abstract paintings and photography.
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I cam across the work of while perusing for a client. I loved the modern approach she takes to scenic landscape photography. It’s such a subtle and yet wonderfully interesting style or work (I especially love her use of pink!)
I am always looking for local sources for great original art, and lately I’ve been sourcing items from , which showcases tons of Maine artists on one great website (and has a couple galleries it pulls from). From abstract work to coastal landscapes, I’ve been very charmed with their options- from $200 to thousands. So a little something for everyone! Here are a few that caught my eye, but be sure to check out all the options (I also love that you can search by price!)
I think I’ve stated this before here, but tiny things make me lose my mind. Like, in my world, anything made miniature makes it 1,000 times as awesome. That holds especially true with art. Tiny paintings in big frames are my jam, y’all. I’ll will buy them up like candy. Like in this room we styled- those two small abstract pieces were purchased on Etsy and custom framed– and they MAKE this image (shot my pal Michael J. Lee). I also love how tiny art can allow you to buy original works on a small budget. Nothing compares to original artwork- nothing. So if you can’t afford big pieces, tiny will do just fine. Add a big mat and interesting frame and you’ve got yourself a stunner.
I also love incorporating tiny works of art into my gallery walls. It gives them so much more depth and interest. So here is a round up of tiny original artwork sure to blow your mind, without blowing your budget!
The pieces above were from Lauren Adams.