As you may know, if you follow my Instagram or read my last blog post ‘Everything Has Changed’ I’ve moved house. I spent the last three years moving from one student room to another but now I finally have a proper flat and I couldn’t be more excited about it if I tried. I love interiors, and as soon as we started looking for a new flat (and maybe a bit before) I have been searching for and pinning different home inspo. Over time my taste has changed and adapted but one thing that’s never changed is my love for prints and artwork. My mum was a photographer when I was growing up and so my house back in Sheffield is full of photographs that either shes has taken, or work of my parents favourite photographers so to me no space would feel like home without pictures on the walls.
Our new flat is a new build and one of the main things that drew us to it was how much of a blank canvas it was. It has all white walls and brown wooden floors throughout with a charcoal grey carpet on the staircase. This meant we had free rein over what we wanted to do with the place, and the lovely big white walls were just calling out for details. I have used Desenio before and so I’m so happy I am able to share the blog post in collaboration with them. If you have never heard of Desenio before (where have you been) they are a Scandinavian poster and prints website that host a huge range of artwork for your home.
I ordered two big prints for our living room area; Stockholm Old Town No 1 Poster and Stockhold Bike Poster and then I ordered three new prints for the bedroom; Stockholm Rooftops Poster, Stockholm Window Poster and a just to remind myself what city I now lived in their London Poster. I didn’t deliberately order four pictures of Stolkhome but apparently, that’s what I’m drawn to. If you want to the see the pictures up on my walls head over to my Instagram and watch my story/ interior highlights. If you fancy getting your hands on some prints the code “alexgracejones25” gives 25% off posters* on all of their sites between October 9th and 11th. (*Except for frames and handpicked-/collaboration posters.)
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