January 5, 2018


PIllows from @bunglo, Shams from @PotteryBarn, Headboard from @OneKingsLane, Sconces from @CB2pins(Lily print)

Over the past couple of years, I’ve relied heavily on my own photography when styling blog posts and design projects. After discovering Framebridge‘s vast frame selection and incredible pricing, I have used them time and time again to easily upload and frame photographs from my personal collection for unique art prints. I’m excited to share my photography collection with you, with my frame suggestions for each piece to make it easy and affordable to acquire fine art photography prints to decorate your walls.

You can find all of the prints here, from mini street shots to studies of flowers and rocks. The collection ranges in subject but maintains a fresh, modern look. It will only grow from here as I share new works, so stay updated to the shop by subscribing at the bottom of the page. I can’t wait to see how you use these prints! Don’t miss the coupon below, and see some of my favorite projects featuring my prints + Framebridge below.

P.S. Use code LETSGO for 50% off your purchase, this month only!

How to make a DIY desk with gold hairpin legs from PrettyPegs on @thouswellblog(Clouds II print)

Summer living room refresh with new seagrass rug and RugPadUSA on Thou Swell @thouswellblog(Coming soon, similar: Flower Flash II print)

Modern desk styling via Thou Swell @thouswellblog(Lily print)

Mirrored frame from Framebridge above green tufted headboard on Thou Swell @thouswellblog(Flower Flash I print)

Modern desk workspace with gallery wall via Thou Swell @thouswellblog(Rocks I print)

One Room Challenge master bedroom makeover reveal by @thouswellblog(Rocks IV print)

One Room Challenge master bedroom makeover reveal by @thouswellblog(Oaxaca Gram print)

Simple living room white brick fireplace design with Chesapeake Bay Candle on the mantel on Thou Swell @thouswellblog(Lily print)

Peruse the shop and let me know which prints are your favorite! If you decide to frame your piece yourself, I would recommend MPix for large prints, and Costco, Target, or Walmart for smaller sizes.