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My Curated Art Collection with Vintage Supply

Art makes every room more special. That special piece adds a unique touch and can really elevate a certain feel or mood. I’ve always been especially drawn to vintage art pieces. They are timeless and can add a layer of sophistication to just about any style of decor.

When Vintage Supply (one of my favorite sources for vintage art) reached out about collaborating, I almost jumped out of my seat! I’ve been sourcing artwork from this online boutique for years and love finding the perfect addition to any project here.

I am so excited to introduce you to my very own curated collection with Vintage Supply! All of these prints I’ve hand-selected as pieces I would use to create that MPS vibe!

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Here are a few ways I’ve used the pieces from Vintage Supply:

DIY FRAMING

I found these old vintage frames at Goodwill for a few dollars and took out the photos that came with them. After downloading your digital prints, you can send them Costco or your local Walgreens/FedEx. Add in your new prints and you have a true vintage moment for under $20.

CUSTOM FRAMING

My gallery wall in my office is one of my favorite all-time projects. I’ve mixed so many different types of art here – vintage, typography, abstract. There are no rules when it comes to mixing art… just go with what you like and make you feel happy!

I used Framebridge for most of these prints. With Framebridge, you don’t have to worry about printing out anything. Simply send/upload your digital prints on their website, pick your frame, and they do the rest! I usually get my artwork within a week and find the prices to be reasonable. (Most frames here were under $100 total – larger ones can get more expensive.) This option allows you to get a really custom look by adding matting or floating frames.

The bathroom was one of the first projects I tackled in our new home. It just wouldn’t be the same without a few vintage art pieces on the walls.

DIGITAL DISPLAY

One of my favorite ways to add digital art around my home is to display it on a TV! This is the most affordable and easiest way to display art if you have a TV. My collection has several digital files that are ready to download for a Frame TV. You can see below I used one in my media room and it sets the perfect tone! A black screen sitting on this beautiful wall would not have done this room justice!

I hope you take a look at the beautiful artwork over at Vintage Supply. I really love ALL the pieces she’s collected. It’s a great source for anyone looking to add character to their home in an affordable way.

Read the Comments +

  1. Hannah says:

    I love vintage art! Your style inspires me to do something I have never thought I could.

  2. Amy says:

    I need every single print in this collection! ???????????? Love them all!!

  3. Pam says:

    Love your vintage art prints!

  4. Trudy Chambers says:

    Your new home is coming along beautifully! The art adds such a sophisticated vibe, but yet homey at the same time. Keep up the good work????????????????????????

  5. kim says:

    love ❤️

  6. Pamela Schuerman says:

    Love everything you do! I’m learning so much and hope to put to good use later this month! Redoing my daughter and son-in-law’s basement. Take out drop ceiling, run new wiring, install laminate flooring, build closet and cabinets….nervous and excited! I will be watching your tutorial videos every day! Wish me luck!

  7. Chez says:

    Love these prints. As an international follower, I love that I can download & print these pictures without having to pay exorbitant shipping fees. Thank you for sharing.

  8. Cindy says:

    Beautiful

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