Once, We Were
, Lani Trock, Tappan, $100
The breadth and beauty of an untouched mountainous landscape serves as the primary focus of this beautifully understated print. We’d imagine this to be the ideal statement piece, hanging aside the dining table.
, Eran Partouche, from $19.50
One can rarely fail by implementing a cheery pop of yellow within a decor scheme especially, if said decor scheme lacks a certain element of life or vigor. This bold print is the low-commitment, high-impact way to do so.
Theole de mer Sea
, Holly Addi, from $38.50
The easiest way to add a moody element to your space? Wall art is arguably the way to go—unless you’re keen on swapping out all your existing textiles. This print, in particular, emulates the tonal elements of the deep sea, resulting in quite a visually-stimulating finish.
This colorful cluster of rustic beach homes are truly inspired. Amsterdam-based artist Alexandra Feo’s works commonly allude to the stunning landscapes and visual subjects found within the neighboring Nordic nations—this colorful print is no exception.
Llama Blue 1
, Clairebella Studio, $44
Splurging on wall art for the little ones’ room is probably low on your list of decorative goals, hence why we can’t get enough of this playful (and budget-friendly) print.
Girl On A Boat
, Gia Coppola, Tappan, $100
A Tappan exclusive of Gia Coppola’s finest, this calming print emulates the grand allure of vintage summers spent boating in the Mediterranean.
Modern Southwest Desert
, Michelle Tavares, from $35
We’ve seen our fair share of interpretations of the desert landscape over the years, but this nearly monochromatic print inspires a fresh take. The print, derived from an original photograph Tavares took while on a trip to Utah, will instill a hint of Southwestern charm to just about any space.
, Jennifer Sanchez, from $24
We’re suckers for a good color block and the fluidity of this print undeniably feeds into said obsession. Not only does this make for a playful wall accent for the little ones’ space but, it can be easily integrated into your study or bedroom as well.
The original green hues of this early 20th century antique cactus print are the real show-stoppers of the piece. Pair the print with a backdrop of a similar motif—there’s no such thing as too many cacti prints, if you ask us—for a dynamically layered look.