What’s your interior decor style? Have you pinned it down yet or do you still hesitate when you come to choose art for your walls?
With an enormous range of prints to select from, King & McGaw have every taste catered for. So if you are struggling to know where to begin when it comes to filling the white spaces on your walls, try the quiz below to find your art style and then scroll down to discover a beautiful selection of hand selected prints to suit your art style…
Background image : Cuban Shambles by Simon C Page
Your style is colourful and modern. You like a touch of vintage and a hint of Scandi-style, your kids wear Little Bird clothing and you like to hang out at the Tate Modern when you visit London. Your art should be vibrant, bold and fun.
CW from top left : What You Are by Andy Warhol / Tip Of The Shard by Yoni Alter / Abstract Painting by Andy Warhol / The Dance by Henri Matisse / Gun by Andy Warhol
Nautical but nice
You’re most at home with the wind in your hair, the sound of waves breaking on the shore and the smell of seasalt in the air. Bring some nautical style into your home with cool blues and dramatic seascapes.
CW from top left : Into The Blue By Derek Hare /Seascape 1 by Stuart Roy / The Row by Pam Carter / Porthmeor & Downalong by Emma Jeffryes / Beach Huts by Linda Monk
You love clean lines, simple design and clutter free imagery. You see beauty in the uncomplicated. Monochrome is your friend and simple large prints make a strong impact on the walls of your home.
CW from top left : The Fleet Of Dazle by Patternity / Dales Hill by Doug Chinnery / Fifth Station by Barnett Newman / South Uist Cottage by Ron Lawson / Femme Et Enfant by Picasso
With your welly boots on you love a romp through the open countryside and a pub lunch in front of a roaring fire. Your style nods towards the traditional, embracing nature and bringing the outside in.
CW from top left : Forest Leaves by Erin Clark / American Plants by William Jowett Titford / Pansies In Flowerpots by John Morley / Versailles at Louvecienne by Renoir / Hill & House by Edward Hopper
You love the buzz of the city and the striking shapes of the architecture. Your windows may not have million pound views of iconic buildings, but you can still enjoy them on the walls of your home or tease yourself with glimpses of a far off city you long to visit.
CW from top left : Silhouette by Erin Clark / Shanghai by Yoni Alter / Beautiful Estate Lambeth by Oscar Francis / South Bank by Barry Godman / White City II by Andy Mercer
And finally if you have enjoyed seeing some of the art above, you’ll enjoy the short video I put together showcasing some of my selections too…
This is a collaborative post and all images are courtesy of King & McGaw.