Best New Prints To Liven Up Your Walls

As the hopeful rays of springtime sunshine slowly stretch out, you begin to notice your place is looking so blah and dully familiar in this brighter lighting. When was the last time you decorated, when you moved in? Your parents hand-me-down furniture is fine but it is the decoration that really speaks to who you are and what you love. The easiest, cheapest and most effective way to mix it up and update your digs is with some eye catching new prints. It doesn’t matter if you buy them from a big box retailer or an indy design house- buy whatever instantly grabs you. Lively and bold, simple and sweet- it all works if it makes you happy. Use one large print for impact or curate a smaller collection for a subtler effect, and feel free to recycle frames you already own. Let the art do all of the work and be proud of how cool your home looks.

Follow Me on Pinterest | Posted: 18 Mar, 2011 by Rene

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  • Going Under Print by Jorge Colombo

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    Colombo created this lively scene using his iPhone- that’s it. The print has the feel of brush strokes and the detailing is surprisingly sharp, given the medium. A graphic take on city life.

    $50 at 20 x 200 | Buy

    | Posted 25 Mar, 2011 by Rene
  • three sheets 2 the wind Fugi Floral Textile Wall Print

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    Plants flourish in this illustrated print by three sheets 2 the wind. Silk-screened on linen, this print is rustic and simple but still modern and pretty.

    $75 at All Modern Furniture | Buy

    | Posted 24 Mar, 2011 by Rene
  • Hippo Enormous Mouth Print

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    Artist Indira Albert designed this stark print based on her own photograph and really captures the equally silly and scary form of a hippo. The bright blue sea sets of the darkness of the hippo and encourages your eyes to linger, wondering what that gaping mouth was about to do.

    $25 at ialbert | Buy

    | Posted 24 Mar, 2011 by Rene
  • Bild Print by Jon Burgerman

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    What exactly is going on here? It’s hard to tell, but the riot of colors are cheerful and those crazy faces are funny and look, a dog! Or is it a cat? Maybe some sort of monster. Whatever the case may be this print is a pop of whimsy almost anyone could benefit from.

    $12 at Ikea | Buy

    | Posted 24 Mar, 2011 by Rene
  • Coral Reef Dictionary Print

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    A simple but stunning coral branch printed on a vintage dictionary page makes for great contrast and adds instant interest to your walls. Line several along a hallway wall to create a dramatic gallery feel.

    $10 at The Little Rice | Buy

    | Posted 22 Mar, 2011 by Rene
  • Troyes Linocut Print

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    Depicting a charming town in France, this equally charming hand-pressed linocut print is all sharp lines and peaks in lovely chrysanthemum and canary yellows and soft grays.

    $56 at Zebedee Print | Buy

    | Posted 22 Mar, 2011 by Rene
  • Les Ciseaux Print

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    French for ‘scissors’, this chic black and white illustration is a cool way to add Parisian flair to your space. Even better, frame this print as a tongue-in-cheek gift for a crafter or seamstress who has great style.

    $22 at Eva Juliet | Buy

    | Posted 22 Mar, 2011 by Rene
  • Flora Giclee Print

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    Depending on your perspective, you might see abstract florals or muted chevron stripes in this large format print. Either way this piece is a great blend of soft and strong tones that will easily tie in other colors in your decor.

    $120 at inaluxe | Buy

    | Posted 21 Mar, 2011 by Rene
  • Live What You Love Letterpress Poster

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    Sometimes you need to read it to believe it. Bold and straightforward, this eye-catching yellow poster is the most encouraging thing you’ll see as you get out of bed. Or, place by the front door as a lively reminder on your way out.

    $30 at Hijirik Studio | Buy

    | Posted 18 Mar, 2011 by Rene
  • Rose-breasted Grosbeak Print

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    You might work in a windowless cubicle and reside in an apartment with one small window, but you can still celebrate the rosy days of spring with a bright nature print by Amy Jean Porter. This bold bird print will instantly liven up any space and bring the outdoors in.

    $50 at 20 x 200 | Buy

    (Sizes and prices vary.)

    | Posted 18 Mar, 2011 by Rene