A Few New Print Additions

A few new print’s I’ve added to my home…

I do love a good interior’s post. Especially one that shares gorgeous prints.. I’m a print fanatic! As you would have previously seen, I started filling my new shelves with some beautiful prints from Desenio (gifted as part of a collaboration). Since that post, I have obviously had a reshuffle (like I said I would), as the shelf isn’t completely full yet. However, I have received some more gorgeous prints to add to my ever growing collection and have popped them all over the house.

On The Shelf…

Let’s start with the main event shall we, my beloved shelves. I have two new prints on here, starting with the ‘let’s stay home’ A5 print* from Dotty & Dash. Home is completely where my heart is, so I knew I wanted a small print with a quote on it, that had something to do with how much I love being at home. Dotty & Dash is a brand owned by the lovely Katie and she has so many gorgeous prints on her Etsy shop. The prints arrived gorgeously packaged, in purple speckled tissue paper with the cutest little Dotty & Dash sticker keeping everything nice and safely enclosed.

The second print is from the equally lovely Alicia who owns SheMakesPrints. I opted for another quote print ‘Don’t apologise for who you are.‘* – which I love, as everyone should be able to be who they are without being ashamed or put down for it. This is also the A5 size and I popped both of these prints in lovely (and cheap!) gold frames from IKEA. Just for a little pop of ‘colour’.

In The Kitchen… 

I’m loving having a kitchen windowsill to ‘dress up’, it’s so fun! All I need now is a pretty vase for my plant, as it’s currently in it’s horrible brown plastic pot.. But, I have added two A5 prints to spruce things up a bit and I love them! The first one is of course all about my love for food. The ‘I Just Want Food’* quote print sums me up perfectly. I swear down I am always hungry and if you ask anyone that knows me, my most used phrase is ‘I’m hungry’. This particular print is also from SheMakesPrints and I’m so grateful to Alicia for sending the two prints to me.

I’m not usually one for an alcoholic beverage (in case you didn’t know that about me..), however when I am it always has to be gin. Pink gin preferably! So when I spotted this ‘but first GIN‘* print from Dotty & Dash, I knew I had to have it in my life. Specifically in the kitchen too. 

Both prints are housed in cheap white frames, again from IKEA and I think they look great. I was originally going to pop one in a gold frame, but figured that would clash too much with my gold canisters, so opted for all white instead. I’m loving how my windowsill is coming together, with my pasta pot, gold canisters, prints and my spider plant; which desperately needs a plant pot. However, once I do have a nice little pot, I think my kitchen windowsill will be complete!

On The Bedside Table…

We only have one gorgeous painting of the Eiffel Tower in our bedroom, so I decided to add a nice little boho print. I love the small pop of the colour orange and think it goes really well with our grey and white bedroom. It’s currently on Kieran’s bedside table, just to add a little something extra to that corner/side of the room. I would love a gallery wall in our bedroom at some point, but I’m currently deciding where I would like to put that.. This Berber Boho Arrows Print* is again from the Dotty & Dash store on Etsy.

In The Bathroom…

The final print is so cute and as soon as I saw it, I knew I needed it for our bathroom! The ‘Wash Your Troubles Away‘* print from Dotty & Dash is a gorgeous quote print in the most beautiful fonts. I’ve got it propped on our little ledge in the bathroom, opposite where we shower. I would love to add some more artwork and typography prints to our bathroom and also a plant!

What new additions have you added to your home recently?xoxo

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