wall art

From artwork that I collected years ago to recently added DIY wall art, my living room walls are compiled with black and white frames bunched up on picture ledges.

Pantone Wall Art.

This DIY is so easy to make yourself from postcards and it looks so effective once framed- DIY tutorial here.


Queen of calligraphy, refreshing quotes and gold foil. Warning… once you take a peek on her website, you will find yourself lusting after all her prints! Oh and now she sells notebooks too which are gorgeous. I want them all.

Damien Hirst. The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, 1991.

I visited the Damien Hirst Solo Exhibition in 2012 at the Tate Modern and it was one of the best exhibitions I’ve ever been to. The formaldehyde solution series is quite remarkable (and controversial), but being stood right next to a great white shark is astonishing! I’m shark obsessed so I couldn’t leave without getting a poster of The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, although my favourite Damien Hirst formaldehyde piece is without a doubt The Child’s Dream – who doesn’t want to see a unicorn?!

Andy Warhol.

Having a degree in photography, this Andy Warhol quote relates perfectly to me. Poster from Moderna Museet. Whether its books, magazines, online… whatever, “I never read, I just look at pictures.” I styled it next to my marble DIY poster frame – see how to make your own here.

Kristina Krogh.

Copenhagen graphic designer and artist after my own heart. I have a couple of her prints – the Lucky Wheel (which is now in the sale) pictured in the top photograph next to the Pantone Wall Art. But one of my favourite pieces of hers are her calendars. Kristina has just released her 2016 calendar and it’s just as beautiful as her 2015 version. If geometrics, aesthetic lines, clean patterns and distinctly different textures are right up your alley then you should probably take a look at her work here.