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I’m in the middle of some serious {a.k.a. not really that serious but fun!} nightstand styling over here. I have high hopes for a his & hers nightstand post later this week. Fingers crossed.

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We have swing arm wall lamps – as opposed to table lamps – flanking our bed and there are pretty substantial visual gaps between our nightstands and lights. To fill in {or as Emily would say, “engage”…I love her!} the empty space I knew I wanted to add framed art just below the swing arm lamps / just above the nightstands. I bought a pair of these driftwood picture frames weeks ago. Maybe months ago? Yep, they’re the same ones I sprinkled throughout the galleries in the mudroom. {This is not sponsored, btw. I adore these frames and bought ‘em myself.} They’ve been leaning on our nightstands waiting for me to make up my mind on art.

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Last week whilst trolling etsy, I discovered Printwork and it was love at first sight. I was looking for something simple, modern, gender neutral and the abstract tribal patterns fit that bill. I bought two different 5×7 prints for $22 total during a 50% off sale. They arrived over the holiday weekend and I framed them up yesterday. They look amazing {!} and have stolen this week’s etsy crush spot.

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The shop’s creator, Toni, is an architect by trade and describes her block print work as an exploration of scale, proportion, texture and pattern. I love the depth and imperfections found in the prints. Each print is unique and the pieces feel more alive than your run-of-the-mill two-dimensional print. Toni donates 5% of her sales to charity. Good stuff all around.

If you’re interested, there is a free shipping sale going on at this very moment. Happy coincidence. Score free shipping on all U.S. orders with the discount code SHIP4FREE. Score free shipping on international orders with a subtotal of $45 or more with the discount code SHIPFREE45INTL.

Happy etsying!

PS – Etsy crush posts are NOT sponsored in any way. I just love sharing my finds.

images: 1) Dana Miller for House*Tweaking 2) printwork 3) collage by Dana Miller using printwork images

9 Comments

09.July.2013

Excellent idea! My guest room needs some color and pattern and this fits bill. Thanks for sharing!

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09.July.2013

Thanks for sharing! I love these prints–simple, but they have lots of character with the tribal and geometric look. I just order the gold Modern Abstract Pear for my kitchen: http://www.etsy.com/listing/118379668/free-shipping-modern-abstract-pear-fruit?ref=ss_listing

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10.July.2013

Oh my God, I love those! I’m reworking a club chair area in my house and want new art work. I’m thinking the black and white would be perfection. Thanks for the scoop.:)

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Lovely patterns, and look how beautifully grungy each looks! I’m totally digging Printwork now.

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10.July.2013

Love these! Thanks for sharing. I’m adding Printwork to my favorite shops list.

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10.July.2013

Where are the swing arm lamps from? I need to replace the ones I have by my bed now, and those look perfect.

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replied on July 10th, 2013

Lamps Plus!

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goodness on top of sexiness! nightstands are like the earrings :)

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03.December.2013

Love your nightstand arrangments and these prints! I just purchased two at Printworks and she’s having a great holiday sale and clearance. 20% off your order or 30% off any two or more clearance items! I chose two 8×10’s for $21.95 total. So excited!

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