wall art


Sorry for the lack of posts here lately, the Italian summer is in full swing and my home is like a Finnish sauna at the moment… While I am waiting for the air-con to be installed and dreaming of cooler days, here is a minimal and beautiful poster of a winter tree full of snowy branches photographed in Munich by Coco Lapine. You can purchase this poster here, or browse her online store for more beautiful wall art.

Note: the shelf used to display the poster on above is the folded shelves designed by Johan Van Hengel for Muuto.

// Photo credit: Coco Lapine



I love the idea of having a large statement print somewhere, especially something personal like a blown-up black & white photo from traveling or nature. Below are a couple of inspirational images found online showing different ways you can incorporate an oversized print or artwork into your home.

Large printed black & white photo attached to a vintage school room map via Design*Sponge. What a creative way to mount a print, giving off a vintage vibe.

A minimal painting as seen here by Stylizimoblog home can add a calm and beautiful tone to your space. Especially if you have darker walls, a light coloured artwork can be a nice contrast.

If you don’t want to hang anything up, having giant frames on the floor can do the trick, like here found on My Scandinavian Home.

A large landscape print can work great along a large wall. The simplistic and minimal look of these winter trees found via April & May work great in a white space.

I think the bedroom can be a great place to add a large print. Keep it a bit funny with a statement like this one from Tamara Magel.

Or what about printing a selection of smaller prints to hang up so that they make up one big poster? This can be a cheaper and quite decorative way to get something unique for your wall. Image was found from Emma Woods Interiors on Instagram.

What do you think about this new trend, will you be adding an oversized print or artwork in your home?



Keeping with the Greenery theme from last blogpost, how cute are these little Botanica prints by Danish Studio Arhoj?

Each of these packs contains 10 different A5 prints featuring floral oil, pen and watercolour paintings. The paper is made in Denmark using sustainable wind power and printed with vegetable ink. Perfect for framing and decorating your home with or as a card since the pack also comes with white envelopes. The prints can also be bought separately.

Here are all the beautiful prints in the pack;

// Photo credit; Studio Arhoj



Photo by Made of Sundays

Photo by Made of Sundays

Made of Sundays is a little decal store located in Helsinki, Finland selling wall decals and stickers for happy homes. Their high quality decals are easy to install, and guaranteed to not leave any marks on your walls when removed. I love wall decals because it is affordable option for people who like to re-decorate often and especially if you live in a rented apartment where you are limited with decorating options.

“We believe that our decals are meaningful because of the energy and joy we share when making them. We only design decals that we would love to have in our own home too.” – Made of Sundays


Photo by Made of Sundays


Photo by Made of Sundays


Photo by Made of Sundays