6 Ways to Style Your Prints

I love using Instagram every day to chat with you guys.

Making content that interests you guys and compels you to slam that like button is kind of what I'm all about, but what's even better about it is getting to see my work in your homes. It never stops giving me a thrill to see people displaying and enjoying my designs - talk about inspiring to see how you style my products! So, to while away a Sunday afternoon, I thought I'd put together a little blog post of my most favourite of your snaps that you've tagged me in on Insta - to show off your gorgeous snaps, and spread a little of that interior styling inspiration. 

Dress Up Your Dressing Table

I love a bright, airy bit of decor! Madi gives this bright, white dresser space a soft pop of colour with the British Bee Print. Complimented with some pretty pink decor and a scented candle, this looks like the perfect, relaxing spot to get ready for the day.


Girly, but Get-Shit-Done 

I'm obsessed with Charlotte's beautiful, feminine workspace. I love the look of  framed prints propped up against the wall, and mixed with a few cute planters the Oui Non Print makes the perfect backdrop to a pretty and productive workspace. 

Shelfie Style

A4 Prints are ideal adding a little variation and style to a shelf space. Wall shelving offers the perfect opportunity to styl things up with prints, planters and unique trinkets that inject personality into your home. 

Noticeboard Chic

Wall-mounted wire noticeboards have become such a thing recently. which is fab news because they're the perfect spot to hang a pretty print or two. 

Gallery Wall 

I'm especially loving the way the tropical fruits print looks as part of this gorgeous gallery wall in the home of heymamablog. Paired with different "textures" of frames against a contrasting wall, I'm getting the perfect mix of feminine, playful, midcentury vibes. 

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When It Isn't Actually A Print

Sophie stole my heart a little bit by turning the Oui Non card into an adorable addition to her noticeboard. The size makes it kind of like a "mini print" - perfect for smaller spaces that need a little pop of style.