Decorate Your Walls With Art.com
Could your space use a pick-me-up? If wallpaper isn’t your thing, take some time to browse through Art.com for an endless amount of creative images. From abstract prints to obscure maps, the newly designed website is an inspiration haven for Nesties in need of new decor.
We love that the website offers up design options for everyone; unless you’re that guy who chooses to adorn his walls with photos of dogs playing poker. In that case, it’s a lost cause.
Check out what the editors here at XO Group had to say about their choice art picks:
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"I have this bright print hanging above my bed for an extra pop of color. Plus, it's a great teaching device, since I need to familiarize myself with my new neck of the woods."
--Rachel Sylvester, Editorial Assistant
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0 Through 9, 1961
“My favorite thing about this series is how the numbers are completely abstracted and have turned from a familiar symbol into something new altogether. I could look at 0 through 9 100 times and always find amazing textures, shapes, relationships and colors I’d never noticed before.”
--Alice Stevens, Designer
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Paris By Night
“I love all things from the Roaring 20s – especially the night life – and the colors are so vibrant, you can’t help but smile. It’s perfect for behind the bar."
--Leah Rocketto, Editorial Assistant
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Times Square Smooch
“I’ve had this photo hanging in my room since my freshman year of college. Four years later, I’m still in love with the contrasting colors of the sailor’s and nurse’s uniforms and the passion behind the kiss. It reminds me of how exciting it feels to be reunited with a loved one after a long time apart.”
--Ashley Oerman, Editorial Assistant
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Keep Calm & Carry On
“This is a classic one but it still rings true for my everyday life. I actually have it framed in my apartment to remind myself to relax, refocus and keep moving!”
--Brooke Alovis, Managing Editor
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Vogue - June 1949
“I love this shot by Clifford Coffin from a 1949 issue of Vogue for its graphic look. There’s also a little bit of mystery to the image: Why are these women sitting around in the desert? It feels surprisingly fresh and modern for an image that was taken more than half a century ago."
--Laura Fenton, Interim Lifestyle Editor
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“It is cute and colorful for a baby’s nursery/kid’s room.”
--Shannon Guyton, Site Director, The Bump
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Marilyn Monroe, Hollywood 1952
"I love anything Old Hollywood, but I think this picture is my favorite because it humanizes the very glamorous life of an American icon."
--Dani Martinson, Community Coordinator
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The Last Dance
“There is no one else around them, but even if there were I don’t think they would notice. They look incredibly content to just be in each other’s arms. The shadow of their silhouettes on the brick street makes the picture.”
--Victoria Powers, Editorial Intern
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