5 Ways to Style Small Paintings in Your HomeJune 11, 2017 / byLauren Foster / Categories : Feeds
Small paintings are the perfect accessory to add a pop of color to a room. I love that they are small and make a statement, without being overwhelming. These cute little paintings by Julie Marriott Art are currently residing in my living room, but I wanted to share with you a few other ways to style them!
1 | Use them to accessorize a credenza – For my prints I went with a blue and pink color scheme, to match the rest of our living room. I love that Julie can customize them to bring the colors in a room together. It was the perfect little missing piece to our credenza.
2 | Style honeycomb shelves – I think honeycomb shelves are such a cute addition to any room. I have loved them in Piper’s nursery and switch out how I style them every once in a while. Small square paintings fit perfectly on them and add a fun pop of color!
3 | On a bookshelf – Pattern mixing at it’s finest. Mix it up by adding a print to a bookshelf.
4 | Over a crib – I have them styled here with a set of three, but they would look just as adorable in a set of four or five. Instead of one big print over a crib, opt for multiple small ones.
Some other ways to style small prints: as part of a gallery wall, on a mantle, over a reading nook. The possibilities are endless! It’s also an affordable way to feature original artwork in your home.
To see more adorable small prints, visit Julie Marriott Art, here.
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