We recently moved into a new place and we’re in the process of picking out paint colors and getting the walls painted. Once the paint is done, and I mean the second that it’s done, artwork is going up. The walls feel so bare without it – not quite like home. Know what I mean?
And with all the art we’ve collected over the years, there is plenty of artwork to be hung. But we also have a lot more space in this new house, so I need to buy some new pieces too.
That said, I have a sneaking suspicion that a few of these linocut prints from Printwork will be making their way onto my walls soon – especially that large scallop print on the right (image above). It’s one of my favorites. I can’t stop staring at all the textures and patterns that Toni, the artist, has created. And they look so good on the wall together, even without frames. Don’t you think?
So, here’s the deal…I hung a handful of pieces temporarily to figure out placement and decide which ones I just can’t live without. Would you mind helping me decide on some keepers from this group?
Love all the line work in this one. This Tribal linocut would be good for the bedroom or hallway.
I’m really diggin’ the black and grey pieces, with a couple of pops of color. That light blue is a good accent color. Not too bright. Not too neutral.
This Eat Delicious Food linocut print would be great in the kitchen.
And here’s a closeup of my fave piece. I love the irregularities in block prints. It makes me want to reach out and touch it. You know what I mean?
Styling and photography by Brittni Mehlhoff
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I agree with Stacia. Definitely check out the Printwork shop. 🙂papernstitch
These are so wonderful and look amazing together!!Stacia
Definitely check it out Emily. It’s a great shop.papernstitch
These prints are gorgeous! Since my husband + I are renting an apartment, we aren’t allowed to paint, so I’ve had to make do with decorating with art. I’ll have to check out the shop, thanks for sharing!Emily [cake to kale]
Right there with ya Jessica. Love the way they all look together. Thanks for stopping by!papernstitch
Oh wow, these are all really great prints, Brittni!! I wouldn’t know which ones to keep…but I love the top 4 of the first photo! They all go together so nicely and I love photo clusters on the wall – I want to do that to my home too (once I have my own place of course) lolJessica (Coco & Mingo)
Haha. I know what you mean Kait. It comes in several different colors too.papernstitch
That teacup print is killing me!! Need it in my life ASAP.Kait