Editor’s Note: Here’s a special guest post from Lisa Newcomb of Lemon Zest Press whose sharing paper finds of the pretty variety.
Figure 1: Love book by Luciana Frigerio / Figure 2: Book page rosette wreath by Anthology on Main / Figure 3: Chestnut origami lampshade by Studio Snowpuppe / Figure 4: Paper house mobile by Creator B / Figure 5: Penguin art by Dadadreams / Figure 6: Orange and grey flower bouquet by Painted Pear Studio
When we moved into our new home a few years ago, my husband and I were greeted with a great new space, a jetted bathtub and bare walls.
In the few years since our major purchase, however, we have managed to find a few great pieces (including a wedding gift drawn by my mother-in-law) that have made our large space feel more like home.
Whether it’s wall art, stand-alone decor or a great conversation piece, we’re always on the lookout for interesting, unique items that fit our style. As a printer and lover of all things paper, I am thrilled to find there are so many ways you can fill your home with paper art and decor. The artists featured here make products you won’t find in any big box store, and their pieces speak to the simple elegance of what a simple piece of paper can become.
Michelle Lanter of Dadadreams has a wonderful penguin art collage. Natalie of CreatorB has a paper house mobile fit for kids of all ages. Jaime of Painted Pear Studio has bright paper flowers that will add cheer to any room, and Nellianna and Kenneth of Studio Snowpuppe have created a fantastic origami lampshade with a modern appeal. Taking a more vintage approach are Luciana Frigerio and Katie Lloyd with their upcycled items. Frigerio has an intricately folded piece of book art and Lloyd, of Anthology on Main has a paper wreath that would be a good decor piece inside or out!
I hope you enjoy these finds as much as I do!
all photos via the sources mentioned above