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I could spend hours looking at all of the invites and stationery on Minted, and I am delighted to find out that they have expanded their offerings to now include a line of art prints. I’m making a little wish list of the prints I want to collect for my apartment — the striped chairs might be my favorite! Which would you choose?
Etsy can be a treasure trove, but finding the treasure takes lots of time and patience. I felt super lucky when Judy Kaufmann, an illustrator from Barcelona, sent me a link to her etsy shop full of colorful prints — the treasure fell in my lap! I love her bright repetitive patterns and muted portraits of icons like Audrey Hepburn and Andy Warhol.
And you can have a piece of her work in your home, because Judy is kindly giving away any A4 print from her etsy shop to one of DomestiKatedLife’s readers!
- Simply visit Judy’s Etsy shop and leave a comment below letting me know which print is your favorite.
- For an extra entry tweet about the giveaway, mention @Domestikateblog and @judykaufmann and leave a comment below.
- This giveaway will end at 5:00 PM EST on Friday, May 25th and winners will be contacted via email. Good Luck!
UPDATE: GIVEAWAY CLOSED, thanks for entering!
I’m looking to expand my art collection at home and need to fill in a few gaps to make the gallery wall of my dreams. So I’m putting the call out there, what are your favorite Etsy stores or online shops to source chic, inexpensive artwork? Do share!
The most recent issue of Lonny Magazine may just be my favorite yet; the interiors were stunning and different, and most of all, an amazing mix of high and low. This is why digital magazines are going to grow and thrive — their ability to balance design and accessibility. I was so happy when clicking on some of my favorite interior images from the issue to see art from Etsy and accessories from retailers like Ikea.
When I posted about the ELLE Decor Modern Life Concept House last week I was on a mission to find the adorable prints featured in the kitchen designed by Grant K. Gibson. They turned up in my search on 20×200 by artist Michelle Vaughan and I had to share them because I think they’d be a darling addition to a dining space — I especially admire the binder clip method of hanging. I’m eying one of each for my own kitchen, though given my adoration for salting, the salty print seems most fitting.
PS: Have you entered the Shabby Apple Giveaway for a 1940′s inspired bow skirt? Click here to enter.
I got two new prints for my apartment, one for my birthday last month, and the other I spotted online and had to have. I’ve been moving them around and trying to decide where they should live, but this weekend decided my bathroom needed a little artwork love. I was a little more chipper getting read for work on Monday morning looking at them (especially since I was running late and actually had to embrace my messy hair).
The snow is really getting the better of me. My “hey it could be worse” optimism fairy has flown the coop after standing out in the snow for 45 minutes waiting for the bus this morning, the crankiness is creeping in as my fingers and toes thaw.
It makes me wonder, how did so many people decide to live in Boston, when there are all these other parts of the country with beaches and temperatures that never drop below freezing. Beachy daydreams are top of mind for me, I’m gripping my hot coffee and going someplace warm in my head, like the subjects of these Christian Chaize prints I’ve been eyeing on 20×200.