Styling with prints + £100 giveaway!


So the husband (*little wave*) will disagree with some observations in this post, but let's just gloss over that for now... for example, our walls were definitely feeling a little blank (boring!), regardless of whether it is true or not that we currently have over 15 hangings on the walls in our landing, circa 5 on the kitchen wall, and about 3 mounted on the wall of the den... The space still felt and looked uninteresting!

Thankfully, King & McGaw stepped in and offered me the chance to pick a new print off their new Vogue 100 collection, which celebrates a century of Vogue covers. Btw, if you don't already know King & McGaw, you have to acquaint yourself with them right now (and take part in our giveaway!). They will be your one stop source for all kinds of high-quality prints, from famous paintings (hello Monet Waterlilies) to Penguin classic covers (A Room With a View, anyone?) to my all time favourite vintage Great British Railway adverts (so much heart eyes!).

*If you are here for the giveaway, scroll to the end!*

One of the best things about using wall hangings is that you can very easily change the theme or feel of a corner of the room by changing them. My top tip would be to pick an anchor image (in this case, my new King & McGaw Vogue print) and create a little vignette around the colours or subject. I chose to focus on the lovely green colour and the early 20th century design of the Vogue cover; then I built my side table display around it using opera glasses, an Imperial typewriter, and earthy tones from the pheasant feathers, turquoise succulent pots and shoe last. As you can see, we also have a bit of a Rule Britannia theme going it, what with it being the Queen's 90th birthday this year!

If you would like to have a go at restyling a corner of your home, you are in luck! We are running a giveaway with King & McGaw of a £100 voucher for you to spend on the King & McGaw website. To enter, click on the button below!

Good luck!

Disclosures: This post has been produced in collaboration with King & McGaw; the print was provided by our partners at the brand; this is not a sponsored post. Images and styling by Courage & Dash.