It may be, but I am also certain that – once I replaced the sofa and all those accessories – I could not leave the paintings on the wall as they had for about two years! 🙂
So when Desenio – the famous Swedish shop specializing in prints and frames – asked me to collaborate, I immediately had a vision of the totally renovated living room wall.
Deciding which prints to take was not easy: the choice is so vast (not to mention that I am more beautiful than the other) that I had a hard time selecting only a few for my house 🙂
Initially, I thought to let myself be guided by their sections ” perfect couple ” (which combines pairs of prints designed to be together) and ” inspirations ” to get an idea of all the wonderful categories that are on the site… A stroke of lightning behind the other, I tell you! * _ *
But then I decided to be inspired by the heart, as always, and explore category by category by selecting all the prints I already felt.
And this is the result:
A mix of “strong” black and white graphics – like Abstract Shapes n * 4 and the poster & – and other more “soft” and romantic ones – such as Texture line curve and Angel discs – to always remind me of this dual aspect of my character (and consequently of my style);)
To then end up with a writing that seems to put the title to the whole: Head vs Heart.
How does it look like? I am very happy with the result 🙂
And so as not to miss anything – on the shelf next to the sofa – I decided to put up a poster that symbolizes my love for design depicting Wegner’s iconic Wishbone Chair.
By now that shelf has become for me a sort of small altar in which to put my favorite things (yes, even the glass lamp of Petite Friture is a new entry!);)
But that’s not all, because Desenio has made a gift to you too, a discount code reserved for readers of the blue cup!
So what do you say? 😉 You should take advantage of it to refresh the look on your walls!