Back in the Summer I wrote a post about Desenio and their amazing prints. Since then I have acquired a few more prints and I wanted to share them with you today. My last post was really popular, everyone loved the rose gold frames and gorgeous designs and I just knew I had to get more. The only problem for me when choosing our prints was the amount of choice there was, It was so hard to narrow down!
Anyway I picked a few prints up for the living room. Our living room has a grey, white and blue theme so I thought these would look perfect. I wanted something simple yet different and I really love this Dream poster. It’s minimal yet eye catching and I love how it looks paired up with this Mark Twain typography print. To ensure the prints really stood out and to go with our living room decor I opted for white frames which I think work really well.
In the kitchen I fancied adding a splash of colour. If you’ve seen my kitchen and dining room transformation posts you will remember I added accents of yellow to add a touch of colour to the room. What I love about having white decor and white walls is that I can change the look of the room by adding different coloured accessories and prints. That’s what I’ve tried to do here with these prints. I’m slowly getting rid of the yellow and adding a touch of blush pink. I love pink, I always have but it’s only recently come to me how gorgeous it can look in the home.
Our kitchen also has a bamboo effect worktop so I chose an oak effect frame for these prints which isn’t something I’d usually do. I would usually go for white frames but I wanted it all to tie in nicely and I think this does just that making the prints really work for this space.
I’m yet again blown away by the quality and service from Desenio and I plan to buy even more prints once I find some more room for some! If you are looking to buy some posters online I’d highly recommend.
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