Decorating with art

Featured In: Grazia Magazine

This week’s Grazia magazine features a brilliant sneak peak into the home of Elisa Fuksas, a writer and director based in Rome. In a unique style, which Grazia has dubbed ‘Minimalism With Attitude,’ Elisa’s home mixes rough with smooth yet is centred around a firm love of art. Grazia chose this ‘Make Art Not War’

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Art Before and Afters

I often show you how you can achieve a desired look with your art choices, but this pre-supposes that you’ve already made the decision that you would like to incorporate art into your room. Today I thought it would be fun to have a look at a few rooms I’ve found that don’t have any art

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Art Inspiration from Home Tour

Being that I am a curious (read: slightly nosy) person, I really enjoy reading blog posts about house tours and before and afters. They’re one of the best ways to see how real life people deal with design challenges, and they offer great inspiration. I came across this house tour and I liked so many

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How to Decorate Small Spaces

I may have mentioned earlier that I’ll be moving into a new flat soon. I hate the process of moving, but I love the idea of going to a new flat and reassessing décor. While our new flat is much nicer, some of the rooms are a bit smaller, which has presented me with the

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Decorating with Retro Beach Photography

Okay, I know I declared it is summer before, but it’s really starting to feel like it now. That’s why I don’t feel bad at all about posting these brilliant retro prints of the beach. They’re playful scenes with lovely ice cream tones, and this idea offers up a fun take on the coastal look. Seascapes don’t

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Using Chinese Woodcuts and Propaganda Art in Décor

I came across this room quite a while ago and I was (really) excited by it. I immediately knew that we had some similar prints on our site that could get you on your way to a similar look, but I held back on posting it because I wondered how you all might respond to

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DIY Decoupage Desktop with Posters

This is our very first DIY post and I hope you enjoy it! I saw this desk on a blog and they didn’t really explain what they did to get this great look. I don’t know what steps they took, but this is my advice on a very easy way to achieve this. You don’t

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Creating a Window Effect with City Photography

When I look out of my window at home, it looks onto a view of Georgian terraced houses. While they’re quite lovely, they’re no Eiffel Tower. The office shown below has a beautiful view of Paris and, in particular, the Eiffel Tower which I think can be emulated very beautifully by a photography print. If

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9 Ways to Frame It: “Almond Blossoms, 1890″

I’m back with more fantastic framing fun! Today’s pick is by Mr. Vincent Van Gogh, and it’s called “Almond Blossoms.” This is a particularly fun image to work with because you can make it whatever size you want and after this post, you’ll be able to frame it however you want too! This room goes

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Architecture Photography Adds Depth to the Home

Hi! This is Karlita from The Purple Bow, it is an honour to be here with you sharing two of my favorite interiors and also a way to achieve them. Breathtaking tridimensional architectural photography has the ability to turn any room from ‘blah’ to ‘wow’! These pieces add impressive volume and a sense of depth,

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In the Design Studio

We partner with the world's top museums and galleries to bring you exclusive prints of the highest quality. Our teams of designers ensure the colours are accurate, papers are well suited and the best frames are suggested.

Colour Perfecting in the Print Room

In the printing room, artworks are printed on state-of-the-art machines with a team of technicians checking colour and quality every step of the way.

Measuring Up

After being cut down to size, our team carefully finish any stray edges, check measurements and prepare the prints for mounting and framing.

Assembling Frames in the Framing Workshop

We have a team of master framers who work with high-quality, responsibly-sourced wood to create our vast range of framing combinations - each frame is bespoke and made to order for every print.

Hand-finishing in the Framing Workshop

Our selection of hand-finished frames are painted or stained by hand in a variety of colours, and finished with a layer of wax - the end result is a uniquely crafted, beautiful frame that is made to last.

The Last Stop

In this workshop everything comes together - the print, the frame and the glass - in a seamless and stream-lined process.

Mounting the Prints

The artwork is carefully mounted in preparation for framing.

Laying the Glass

Once mounted, the print is ready to be covered by glass or perspex - a delicate procedure but expertly done with not a fingerprint in sight.

The Final Product

After a final, thorough check, the framed print is ready to be carefully packaged up and shipped to the customer.

Transferring to Canvas

For those who order their art as canvas prints, the same amount of attention and care goes into the process. Here, the print is being transferred to a wooden frame.

Finishing the Canvas Edging

As with the framed prints, our canvases are all hand-finished in the workshop - a labour of love from start to finish.