I love to curate and create gallery walls, especially in my two workspaces.
However, I didn’t want all my rooms to have a similar grouping of small artwork.
I have often looked at some of my prints and wished they came in larger versions.
Statement oversized art pieces are now very much on trend and I was excited to learn that Minted could recreate their prints in larger sizes.
I was even more excited when they asked me to pick my favourite print from their collection, so that they could recreate a 40×54 inch framed version for me.
You can see it above my sofa.
Going through all the prints from Minted’s art marketplace was tough. Tough because I wanted everything! Such an amazing collection of global talents.
How did I pick?
I decided to focus on the sofa colour. Mint for Minted! ( forgive me, I’m not very witty, it’s the end of the week as I write).Then I realised I should pick something that embodied the Little Big Bell colour palette.
That palette can be seen in the bouquet of flowers which I have arranged above.
Bright yellow, shades of pinks, lilacs, peaches and mint.
Here’s another arrangement that I made.Can you see the same shades in the print?My oversized print is called Fragment 3 and it is by Kristy Kapturowski of Hooray Creative.
Kristy is now based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and she draws inspiration for her art from music, film, fashion and her travels.You probably saw my living room in a recent post with a nautical theme?
So, it has changed again now. The Little Big Bell household is never static when it comes to redecorating. What do you think about the oversized statement print trend? Love it? I certainly do.A scatter of cushions with my new art piece.
The two small cushions at the ends are by Kangan Arora, the second one from the left is from West elm, the central mint one with crosses is by Pencil me in stationery and the pineapple cushion is from Oliver Bonas. Which one is your favourite?My decor definitely doesn’t stay static. I decided to swop the coffee tables round, from the tall to this miniature one.
Just to mention that the print, although large, is not heavy at all. Mine came from America, fully intact.
Have a lovely weekend and thank you Minted for my beautiful print.
( All photography and styling are by Geraldine Tan, editor of Little Big Bell. The Minted print was a gift.)