Graham and Brown Wall Art Review
We recently had the opportunity to work with Graham and Brown and choose from their wonderful range of designer wallpaper, wall art, paint, kids decor and home accessories.
As we are still in the process of decorating our home, we decided to choose from the Graham & Brown wall art range – and it was hard to narrow down what we wanted as everything is so lovely!
Soon after we moved in, we stripped the whole house of (very garish) wallpaper and painted it all white. We love the crisp, clean ‘feel’ now and it feels so much lighter and bigger. However, the walls in our dining room and guest bedroom were pretty bare and made the rooms feel stark so we have added some wall art pieces and photos so brighten it up and give some character and warmth.
Our dining room has a lovely outlook into the garden and we want it to be bright and colourful so we chose from the new collection and selected:
I must say, for the prices of the pictures I did question how good the quality would be and I was so impressed when they arrived. Firstly, delivery was super fast and when I opened the very well-packaged boxes, they were securely wrapped and a wonderful quality.
What I love more than anything about these three is that they come with a chain attached and can be hung on a picture hook or you can tuck the chain inside and hang them in the usual way. We opted to show the chains as I think it’s so unusual and looks great. What do you think?
I’ve teamed them with a beautiful framed button picture from my bestie, Annie. It’s a B for ‘bestie’ and I love it – thank you again Annie :) I think they go together really well.
Finally, we got one more piece for our guest bedroom – the Mixed Media Rose Trail – 100 x 40cm – RRP £25.
We’ve positioned this above the bed and it goes nicely with the plum coloured blind and neutral decor in that room.
The pictures are very lightweight and very easy to hang. I have used picture hooks for the three with chains and Command velcro strips for the larger one in the guest bedroom. I’ve only used 2 strips for that one and it’s very secure.
What do you think?