We’ve rounded up 10 hottest interior looks to copy straight from our sale range!
Team delicate florals with solid black frames to create a pretty gallery wall.
Geometric prints are perfect for the modern minimalist. Create a desirable side table by pairing a geometric print with warm accessories and little cacti.
Give your living room a retro flavour, by repeating rows of vintage prints. Instant cool guaranteed.
Create a modern rustic feel in your kitchen space by pairing Giorgio Morandi prints with hand-finished natural wood frames.
A black and white wall is the perfect look for design fans. Team monochrome prints with simple black frames for a thoroughly modern interior.
Urban art prints will add instant pizzaz to your interior. Don’t be afraid to mix and match styles, team graphic art prints with a mid-century vibe for a throughly unique look.
Old maps create a wonderfully nostalgic vibe, and will appeal to all those with a sense of wanderlust.
The paintings of Gustav Klimt, Vienna’s most renowned Art Nouveau artist, make a timeless addition to any home. The luscious gold and bronze tones, beautifully complement a minimal interior.
Bring a piece of Modern Art to your home, with our contemporary works straight from the Tate Modern. Opt for a work by Simon Patterson, a finalist for the Turner Prize, who worked extensively with the process of reinterpreting existing information systems. This piece, J.P. 233 in C.S.O. Blue, utilises a global airline route map, using large sweeping arcs to represent the journeys between countries, replacing the destination names with seemingly unrelated famous people, from Julius Caesar, Elizabeth I, Pope John Paul II and Mussolini to actors William Shatner, Helen Mirren, Leonard Nimoy and Peter Falk.
Or opt for the interesting work by Lisa Milroy, Lightbulbs. Depicting various types of domestic light bulb arranged in neat groupings, Milroy’s depiction of the objects is both realistic and impressionistic: life-like in their execution and volume, yet they seem to quiver and flicker on the canvas and the smallest pieces take on the appearance of diamonds or jewels.
Henri Matisse, the greatest colourist of the twentieth century, makes a beautiful addition to a mantelpiece or side table. Pair with simple accessories to complete the look.