Beauty, Lifestyle and Style

Monday, 29 January 2018


 Everyone wants to make their house feel like a home, and for me that is all about the interior. If you're like me and stuck with renting and can't fully put your stamp on things, prints are the perfect addition. 

Cue some Desenio magic into your life. Your online Scandinavian wall-art company to brighten up those dreary, bog standard magnolia walls landlords love to give us.

Our London flat has a fireplace in every room (goals, I know!), so for ages I have been searching for the perfect accompaniment to prop on top- prop because I don't have those life skills of hanging a frame in the exact place I want it without paying someone to do it for me, and who has that kind of money to spare!?

We have an open plan kitchen & living room, so I decided to combine kitchen & living room vibes in the prints I chose for this room. I love greenery, fake, real, or in print form, so this pineapple print was perfect to go with that theme. It also goes well with the dark grey sofas we have in the living room. 

In our bedrooms, again I went with the leaf theme. Now here is a funny story about these... I *thought* I ordered them in the same size as 'bon appetit' but guess what.. I didn't. They are, HUGE. Which granted, was totally my mistake. The plan was to have two very similar prints lined up together above the fireplace, but due to my mis-ordering we now just have one in each room. Thankfully, they do still fit! I've also learnt to love them like that!

Desenio is also a great place to get inspiration for gallery walls, they have a really handy section on their website that lays everything out and picks items that really work well together. This year I would love to make a gallery wall in our hallway so when you walk in its all everyone looks at, rather than the well worn, Ikea furniture that currently adorns the landing!

What would you pick from Desenio? I would love to know!

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