PRINT COLLECTIONS WE LOVE - Print Groups

In our last post, we focused on print pairs, but there are times when two prints just won’t cut it! Whether it be for a gallery wall, a shelf display or a photo ledge, there are definitely occasions for groups of prints. We know finding complementary prints can be daunting, so here are a few ideas that may inspire!

THREE PRINTS: COORDINATING SET

Dried Floral

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Katie recently updated their entryway and used the Dried Floral series (Dried Floral I, Dried Floral II, Dried Floral III) to dress up the wall. This group of three is part of our Autumn Collection, but is neutral enough to last throughout the year.

 

Another option for a set of three is our Eucalyptus series (Eucalyptus I, Eucalyptus II, Eucalyptus III). This black and white design works in a variety of spaces. The prints can be scaled in numerous ways to fit the area you’re designing!

Eucalyptus Series

THREE PRINTS: COMPLEMENTARY GROUPING

If you’re looking for a set of three, but don’t want a matching set, here a few examples of prints we think coordinate really well! The beauty of Collection Prints is that so many prints work together to create a cohesive look.

Autumn Collection

@studiodiydesign

@studiodiydesign used three prints from the Autumn Collection (Dried Floral I, Clay and Autumn Riverside) to style her shelves. The prints coordinate beautifully and the use of varying frames creates just enough distinction to accentuate the beauty of each of the prints.

 

Here’s another set of prints we love together!

Hazy Lakefront_Knot_Horizon

Hazy Lakefront, Knot and Horizon 

 

GALLERY WALLS

A gallery wall is a great way to add color and texture to a wall without having to pick one large statement piece. That said, it can sometimes be difficult to figure out what prints to group!

Photo Ledge

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Katie added a photo ledge display to her sister and brother-in-law’s house. The end result was stunning and you may be surprised to see the print combination. Katie pulled from the Autumn Collection for a few pieces, but it remains a timeless look. That said, the beauty of a photo ledge is that you can choose to switch out a piece or two seasonally for an easy update!

(Patchwork, Clay, Textured Watercolor, Painted Pattern II, Dried Floral I and October Sky)

 

Gallery Wall

@sarah_joy_

@sarah_joy used five Collection Prints in a recent client project. We think the art provides just enough detail while maintaining a peaceful setting! Sarah used varying mat sizes and frames to create texture.

(Fall Foliage I, Eucalyptus II, Clay, October Sky, and Knot)

 

Katie has shared the following grouping before – it’s a beauty! You could try different print sizes, frames, or mats to create a look that fits your space.

Horizon_Sand_Brushstroke_Low Tide_Knot

(Horizon, Sand, Brushstroke, Low Tide and Knot)

 

For a few examples of how to style groups of photos, see the ‘Groupings’ IG story. We hope you’ll find the inspiration you need!

 

We’d love to see what groupings you’ve come up with! Use hashtag #mycollectionprint on Instagram to be featured.

1 comment

  • Please let me know when you plan to produce more 8×10 of the Dried Floral1

    Gayle Balliet

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