How I Style My Photography Prints in My Home

Today I thought it would be fun to highlight some favorites from my print shop! I’ve had my Etsy shop up and running for a few years now and I’m always adding new items. There are a bunch of different prints available at the moment – mainly NYC photography, but also some travel prints from my trips to Paris, London, and Puerto Rico. I wanted to show you some that I have styled in my own home, as well as some new prints that I’ve added recently! Above is the Blue Parisian Door print which I included in my massive floor to ceiling gallery wall. I love it so much! It was one of the first amazing doors I encountered on my first trip to Paris, and it has such beautiful, intricate detailing. No one does a door like the French! I have it in 8×10 but it’s also available in 11×14, 16×20, 22×28. Any of my prints can actually be done in smaller or larger sizes than those that are listed, so just message me if you’re ever interested in a custom size (no additional charge).

This is one of my favorite Paris prints. I called it Skipping because of how this little girl skipped right into my shot! I didn’t mean for her to be in it but lo and behold, she made the photo much more interesting. If you look closely you can see how stylish her little outfit is (that fur lined cape! The little ballet flats!) – even French schoolchildren are impossibly chic!

Also in a black and white version.

This is my Blue Seas print, which I took when I visited Puerto Rico a couple of years ago. I love the shades of blue in the water and it just feels very calming to me. I blew it up really big (30 x 40) and had it framed through Framebridge, which is a great option if you’re looking for a large piece for an affordable price. I put this at the end of my hallway and I love the blue against the pale pink walls. Many of my prints can be done in this size so feel free to message me if interested!

Now for some new prints in the shop! Clearly I have spring on the brain – I recently added a bunch of springy photographs and these are some favorites. Blossoms in Central Park 

You might remember this one from this post. I still remember how lovely that day was in the Central Park Conservatory Garden – the trees had seriously burst into bloom and I spent a quiet morning there shooting…heaven. I can’t wait to do it again! Conservatory Garden in April

Blooms and Benches – from this post. Another wonderful spring morning in Central Park.

Cherry Blossoms in New York City

This one isn’t new but it’s a particular favorite! Springtime in Central Park

In case you’re not pining away for spring yet like I am, I also added some prints of New York City in the snow – as much as I’m looking forward to flowers, there’s still something so magical about a blanket of white over the city.

Winter in Central Park

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  1. Georgianna wrote:

    You’re SO good at gallery walls and choosing art collections. Very inspiring. Best of luck with the new images – they’re all very lovely!

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