If you’ve read my blog before you might have guessed that I quite like fashion, but you might not be aware that I also loooove playing around with interiors – fashion for the home if you will! Interior posts are one of my favourite kind to read and so when the lovely Sophie at Desenio contacted me to collaborate I was so so excited to write about something a little different!
More of my free time than I care to admit is spent scrolling through Pinterest looking for room inspiration, so you can imagine how happy I was to find that Desenio have their own Inspiration Gallery to make life easier if you aren’t quite sure what you’re looking for. They even suggest what prints look good together which is a massive time saver for amateur interior designers like me (ha, that’s what I’m calling myself now…), I got lost scrolling for hours (& I also got seriously envious off all the amazing homes and gallery walls!).
So a good few hours later I (or ‘we’, Sascha had some input too!) decided on a series of prints for the spare room, bedroom and ensuite, but before I share the loooovely prints I picked out with you guys, I have a very exciting 25% off discount code so that you can do some interior designing of your own! All you have to do is enter the code “WEARSROSIE25” at the checkout for 25% off posters* on Desenio between November 13th and 15th! (*Except for frames and handpicked/collaboration posters)
Of all the rooms in our house, the spare room might be my favourite one. This room acts as an office come guest bedroom come dressing room for me the the mornings before work! With all of those different functions you might think it would be a bit of a miss-matched mess but I’m the sort of person who likes a minimal, organised space so removing anything that could be seen as clutter was necessary. I’ve always loved the minimalist design of Scandi homes so I was channelling that when picking furniture, accessories and artwork.
I wanted to keep colour to a minimum so opted for these black and white line prints. I absolutely LOVE the contrast between the eclectic and grungy guitars on one wall, to the soft and feminine art on the other.
A stark contrast to the bright whites of the spare room, we wanted the bedroom to be much more of a cosy space. I’m a big fan of dark walls but the room was in serious need of an injection of colour and I think we achieved that with this maaaaaaassive neon print. I was looking for something bright and pink because that paired with navy is an absolute dream, mustard and teal however was not on my radar but I swiftly went out to buy the cushions to match and tie it all in together. I’m so happy with how it turned out!
What are people’s thoughts on art in the bathroom? I can’t say it’s a place I ever thought of displaying prints, hooks and decorative shelves maybe, but prints weren’t top of my list – that’s until we found this satisfyingly symmetrical black and white piece. Now I’m no expert, but for bathroom art I think simplicity is key which is why this works so well against the grey walls. I’m still deciding whether to get another structural architecture piece to display next to this one, two side by side would look cool right?
I hope you’ve enjoyed having a little snoop around our home! Let me know which print is your favourite and remember, the code “WEARSROSIE25” gives you 25% off posters* on Desenio between November 13th and 15th! (*Except for frames and handpicked-/collaboration posters)
*An asterisk denotes an item which has been gifted to me. All imagery, styling and opinions are my own.