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Decorating with Scandinavian Prints from Desenio

Author: Lauren Coleman

I clapped eyes on Desenio last year and promptly ordered several Scandinavian prints for my, currently far from finished, dressing room. I recently mentioned them in my under £10 decor post and was a bit giddy when they got in touch offering to let the team sample their wares and give you gorgeous folks a handsome discount too.

Since we finished our master bedroom last year I have loved the calm and tranquility of the minimal space but had wondered about bringing in some subtle detail to lift the room. I find the prospect of curating art hugely daunting especially when it can be super spendy, so if you feel the same then you’re in luck.

There’s a huge amount of choice, so after much deliberation I opted for the Pink Clouds print for one side of the bed and the Simplicity poster for the other both of which retail at an exceptionally reasonable £15.99. Yep you read that right. I did have my eye on The Dream and Forest but decided the blush tones would really complement the rest of the decor. On that note, whenever I post this room on Instagram I always get asked about the lamps. I’m so sorry the chalk pink Tesco lamps are no longer available but M&S have some very similar ones.
As well as offering a plethora of prints, Desenio also stock mounts and frames because let’s face it who has the time to buy them all from three separate places? I did originally look at ordering the massive 70x100cm gold picture frame but decided they would be a little large for the space. In the end I settled for two 50x70cm flexi glass frames which were only £20.99 each. Copper, silver, white, black and oak frames are also available as well as some fairly nifty poster hangers.
These prints fit perfectly in their frames however I decided to add mounts too to add more of a premium edge too. The mounts were both 50x70cm with an aperture of 40x50cm thus covering some of the print which is absolutely fine due to nature of the design.
I’m really pleased with the quality and style and love how they’ve lifted the room. I’m undecided if I’ll hang them on the wall but for the moment I’m very happy to have them propped on the bedside table. Next on my list is to replace the ceiling light with something a bit more statement.

If you fancy getting your hands on your own prints then Desenio are offering you lovely ladies an exclusive 25% discount if you purchase prints between 28th February – 2nd March 2017. Just nip on over to their site and enter voucher code rockmystyle25 when prompted at the checkout. (T&Cs apply. Valid on all posters except premiums and does not include clips, poster-hangers or frames).

As mentioned at the start of the post I received my Desenio prints free of charge but all words are my own. Enjoy your prints and do let me know which ones you choose.

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14 thoughts on “Decorating with Scandinavian Prints from Desenio

  1. Well. Those prints in my shopping basket from your last post are working their way to purchased with a nice discount! Merci! ?

  2. Can I ask where the curtain pole and curtains are from please? Have also gone down the blush, copper and grey route and they would match perfectly!

  3. I ordered the pink clouds and love it, just waiting for the frame to arrive now! May have to have another look for some other bits using your discount code! Xx

  4. Omg love this post just dropped 100 on a bunch of prints for my new build it’s all cold and white atm needs some character

  5. Yay! Thank you for posting this, I’ve been looking for artwork for weeks and have just ordered the grow up pink poster, bubbles and pastel harlequin print along with copper frames. They all will go perfectly with my grey, blush and copper scheme I have in mind for my living room. Thanks again!

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