Late Bloomer canvas

Late Bloomer canvas

Beautiful art that will surely make your walls look captivating. Decorate your walls with this graphical print and make your room look inspiring.

Late Bloomer poster

Late Bloomer poster in black frame

Beautiful art that will surely make your walls look captivating. Decorate your walls with this graphical print and make your room look inspiring.

Hydrangea on blue Canvas

Hydrangea on blue Canvas

Brighten up your space with the soothing presence of “Hydrangea on Blue” art. Let these gentle blooms bring a touch of calm and beauty into your home.

Hydrangea on blue poster

Hydrangea on blue Poster

Brighten up your space with the soothing presence of “Hydrangea on Blue” art. Let these gentle blooms bring a touch of calm and beauty into your home.

Time To Level Up Your Home For The Summer

Sunflower in yellow background canvas

Summer is just around the corner, and it is time to transform your home to make it cozy and comfortable. It’s time to bring the sun’s warmth into your home with exciting home decor. Decorate the walls with unique and attractive designs that will make your home want and bright for the season. 

Summer fun and excitement

Summer is considered the hottest season of the year; summertime is when the days are longer and the nights are shorter. The beginning of the season depends on the culture and climate of the country. This is when students are out on vacation and enjoy the warm weather—a time to bathe in the sun and enjoy the calm waters of the sea. It is also the time to treat yourself and your home as well.

Summer is also when many individuals spend more time outdoors to enjoy various activities that were never done in the other months of the year. Kids engage in sports and recreation activities like skateboarding, surfing, tennis, football, and swimming. Because of this, indoor activities like TV watching are minimized. 

This is when the tourism industry is at its peak due to travelers and guests. Students also venture into working in restaurants, sales and marketing, and IT industries. These are just some beautiful things you can do for a fun and exciting summer vacation. 

Decorate your homes for the season

Adding summer-inspired decor is one of the intelligent ways to make your home look fun and exciting. Here are some ideas and inspirations that you can do to your homes:

Floral prints

Flowers are popular during the season, and floral prints are the hottest trend in wall decorating. Posters featuring blooms are one way to give your home a touch of nature. 

Animal prints 

Images or illustrations of animals in fabric and posters could be better for the summer. They can be used throughout the rest of the year and are ideal in any room of your home.

Minimalist design

A sleek and clutter-less interior is the highlight of the Scandinavian design style. The style can be used in any room, creating a roomy and comfortable vibe. 


The color can give a refreshing look and can provide a rejuvenating feel. Using shades of green can also add a touch of nature to your rooms.

Vertical garden

One of the fantastic and trendy ideas to bring nature to your home. Gardens like this one can give beauty that is incomparable with other decor. Not only that they are beautiful, but the presence of plants can provide excellent benefits to the mind and body.

Mixed prints

Add warm splashes of color, such as red and orange, to your homes. These colors are perfect to bring the summer vibe to your room interior. These colors will also make your home vibrant and exciting. 

Outdoor lights

Add string lights to the backyard or the balcony. These will illuminate the house during nighttime and make the outside look fun and exciting. 

Beautify Your Walls For Valentine’s Day

Red paper rose and customized couple poster print

People celebrate Valentine’s Day differently around the globe. The day is often celebrated with friends and loved ones. Loved ones are showered with greeting cards, chocolates, bouquets of roses, and a romantic dinner at a memorable restaurant. 

It is one of the most awaited days of the year, and the best thing to do is prepare your home for Valentine’s Day, from the display of flower arrangements in the bedroom to an attractive wreath on your main door. These decors will welcome your guests and will likewise create a room that is inviting and special. 

Over the years, boxes of chocolates, rose flowers and petals, and decorative candles are expected during the season of love. Give your home a dose of romance with fun and exciting ways to make it look fantastic. Here are some inspiring tips to help you make your home look great for Valentine’s Day. 

Creative flower arrangement

Since summer or dry season is about to start, flowers are in bloom and perfect to be used as decor for your home. Select a mix of your favorite flowers, such as carnations, gardenias, and peonies, with a bit of green to have that organic look. Arrange them so that they can be the highlight of the room. 

The flower arrangement can be the centerpiece during a dinner party with your friends and loved ones. The kitchen can also look savvy with the bouquet added on the counter. Since flowers may dry after a few days, bind them together and hang them upside down for a beautiful dried bouquet.

Lovely string garland

Dress up the mantlepiece for the most romantic season of the year. There are many ways to do this, one of which is to create a strand of garland. Be creative and resourceful for homemade Valentine’s Day decor. You can use old greeting cards and attach them to a long piece of ribbon. 

Repurpose old candles

Candles are commonly displayed during Valentine’s Day. You need not buy expensive candles, as old ones can be recycled and upgraded. Add flair to the old candles with heart-shaped cutouts and ribbons. Beautifully arrange and display them in the living room or dining room for that romantic and memorable Valentine’s Day celebration. 

Wall art to remember

Walls are essential structures in every home. They can also be used as a giant canvas to display art. Adding wall art is one of the easiest and most efficient ways to add style to your home. Different poster designs can complete your project. Who says that shades of red dominate Valentine’s Day? Black-and-white prints or even typography posters are perfect prints that can make your room trendy and stylish.

A simple poster with the word “LOVE” will do the trick. Along with floral prints or romantic getaways, your walls will surely be the talk of the town. Posters in neutral-colored frames can also highlight the poster design. Arrange them in a unique, exciting layout for a more fantastic room appearance.


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Decorate Your Homes With Christmas Trees

Christmas tree snowflakes poster in interior

Christmas is just around the corner, and most homes are decorated. Christmas trees are also expected to be seen since they are the most popular decor worldwide. The history goes back to evergreens in ancient Egypt and Rome. The tradition continued with the Germans, bringing candlelit trees to the United States in the 1800s. Read on to learn more about the Christmas tree and its origins. 

How it all started

Even before the spread of Christianity, people regarded plants and trees that remained green all year to be remarkable. People during ancient times hung evergreen boughs over their doors and windows, just like how we turn them these days. 

During winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, ancient people believed that the sun god had become sick and weak. The solstice is celebrated because this means that the sun god will become well again. The evergreens reminded them of all the other green plants and that summer would return with more blooms. 

The ancient Egyptians worshiped the god Ra. When Ra began to recover from his illness during the winter solstice, the Egyptians filled their homes with green palms, representing the triumph of life over death.  

The Romans celebrated the solstice with a feast that they called Saturnalia. This was to honor Saturn, the Roman god of agriculture. The solstice is a reminder that the farms will again be green and productive. As such, their homes were decorated with boughs of evergreen. 

Christmas trees in Germany

Records have shown that Christmas trees should be credited to the Germans. During the 16th century, Christians added trees to their homes and decorated them. Many families also created pyramids of wood and decorated them with evergreens and candles. People also believed that the 16th-century Protestant reformer Martin Luther was the first to add lit candles to a tree. He shared this idea with his family when he erected a tree in the main room and decorated it with lighted candles. 

American Christmas trees

Christmas trees in America were only known in the 19th century when the German settlers of Pennsylvania displayed trees. As early as the mid-1700s, German immigrants already had community trees that closely resembled the Christmas trees we know today. However, the Americans did not accept Christmas trees immediately in their culture as they saw them as pagan symbols. 

It was in the 1890s that Christmas ornaments arrived in the United States from Germany. This was also the period of the rise of the popularity of Christmas trees. In contrast with the Europeans, American Christmas trees usually are tall and reach from floor to ceiling. By the 20th century, Americans decorated the trees with homemade ornaments, apples, nuts, and marzipan cookies. The availability of electricity made it possible to use Christmas lights that will make the trees glow. 

Since then, Christmas trees have been mass-produced and made available to the public worldwide. For countries where evergreens are expensive, artificial trees were made available commercially along with Christmas decorations and lights. These days, almost everybody has their own Christmas tree in their homes. Others created their version of the tree using twigs and branches. 

Check out our Holiday collection and be inspired.

Oishi Park Mount Fuji Japan Canvas

Oishi Park Mount Fuji Japan Canvas

Oishi Park gives you an excellent view of a lake and Mt. Fuji. Flowers bloom along the lakeside and this is one of the favorite destinations of many tourists.

Hybrid tea roses canvas

Hybrid tea roses canvas

Blooms in your home? Why not. This canvas art will not only create an admirable room interior. It will also reflect your personality and tea roses are known for symbolizing remembrance and gratitude. Bring your home to life with a lovely art of tea roses.

Alyssum canvas

Alyssum canvas

A bloom that has a fragrant scent and a serene, spiritual energy. Alyssum is known for providing emotional balance especially when placed inside any room or space. A trendy and stylish canvas of Alyssum can also give you the same impression. Create a cool and lovely room interior with the print and be able to impress your guests.