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I moved to Tampa a few weeks ago, and my house is virtually empty. I’m slowly tackling the decor room by room. My living room is finally coming along, thanks primarily to a handful of fabulous Christmas gifts. In my old office, I designed what was known as my “Wall of Motivation,” so now that I’m technically working from home with this whole blogging shindig, I wanted to create a similar wall art collage in my new space, as well. I’ve become more and more into photography art over the past few years. However, I simply don’t have the equipment (or the talent) to try to tackle any crafty photographic projects on my own. Well, at least not well enough to print and display in a 30 x 40 inch frame. I leave that to the pros. I found this Tulipshowers photograph by HafnHaf Studios on Minted‘s website, and I fell in love the moment I saw it, so I designed the rest of my wall art collage around it.
The colorful spring hues in the tulips add palpable positive vibes to the room, so I tried to stick with a pink, green, and neutral tone theme throughout the entire room. In case you’re in the market for any particular style of artwork (fine art, typography, photography, etc), Minted is an amazing online marketplace that connects you with independent artists from all over the world. Minted sources its pieces through ongoing art competitions, so you’re shopping art from the best and newest up-and-coming artists. I opted to have my Tulipshowers piece signed, so my original, independent, and signed (no big deal) picture is the perfect conversation piece for guests when they first walk into my home.
To compliment the vibrant Tulipshowers piece, I framed two old Lilly Pulitzer bags and a vintage Tory Burch postcard. Then I purchased some classic white and gold typography art, like this Pop Fizz Clink canvas. I found a gorgeous pink flamingo painting with gold accents at Nordstrom, and I love the way it adds another colorful pop of pink (and Florida) to the wall. Also, every southern living room needs interesting reading material, so my mama bought me All in Good Taste by Kate Spade New York to compliment my stash of vintage Lilly Pulitzer catalogs. For more of the best coffee table books to give as gifts (or for yourself), click here.
Lastly, these fun upholstered arm chairs are from Threshold at Target. For being such a bold pattern, they fit in seamlessly with my wall collage art decor. I’m so glad I grabbed them before they went out of stock.
Shop the Room
Again, I apologize for the glare on some of the pictures. I’ve gotta say– these photos really don’t do my wall art collage justice. Basically, I have a new respect for art photographers. Where do you shop for art? I only have like 7 other rooms to go before the house is fully decorated… womp.
I received complimentary products from Minted to facilitate this review.
What a great corner of your home – so colorful and inviting! xo, Biana –BlovedBoston
I love your gallery wall, too cute! And I keep all of my Lilly bags (and the tags) too!
I do this in my home, but with skulls. I love the wall decals, and posters…they are not colorful, but really show my sense of dark style!
To be honest most of the art pieces on our wall are painted by me! Anything that isn’t artwork is a family photo!
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