Check out the new African Art Range from Wall Studio
The African trend isn’t going anywhere…
Which is great news considering I’m such a big fan of it. But what is worth noting about this interior style is that it’s not all about dark woods, moody blues and black and white accents – despite that colour story being splashed across the decor we’re seeing in stores of late.
There’s a far softer and (dare I say it) slightly more feminine way to bring the tribal look into your home if you’re eager to introduce it without going to the dark side. The art in today’s post is a perfect illustration of how you can do it, actually. So let’s take a look at what it’s all about.
The art in today’s post a brand new range from WallStudio – who I’ve featured on the blog before and lost my marbles over several times in the past.
I’ve always said that canvas art is one of the most affordable ways to make an impact in a room and these pieces from WallStudio also feel on-trend without dating too quickly. There’s a timelessness at play here, don’t you think? And I could see these working in a number of interior schemes (Scandi, coastal, kids spaces and more).
This particular collection, featuring hand-drawn Duiker and Impala Antelope motifs, brings a bit of colonial style to your walls but does so with splashes of contemporary colour. I love that the works feature muted mint, dusty pink, soft blue and pale peach tones. It’s a fresh and subtle take on African art and I am loving every bit of it.
Click here to hit the WallStudio website and check out the range, which lands Feb 26!
Win two prints from WallStudio’s new range!
To go in the draw to win 1 small Duiker print and 1 small Impala print:
Drop a comment below telling me what you love about these prints – it’s that easy!
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