Updated: Jan 25
We all have our own taste in decor, which makes us say 'There's no place like home.' Sometimes it might be hard to imagine if a print might 'fit' with our own unique taste. Whether you live in a traditional home, which features antique furnishings, rich colours, and elegant fabrics, a country pad, with a rustic, cosy feel, & elements such as natural wood, or somewhere contemporary, with a minimalistic focus on clean lines or neutral colours, you might like a helpful hand, to see if a print would look great in your home.
I have recently invested in some mockup software, called Artplacer, useful in a variety of ways, as I hope it may help you with:
1. Product visualisation: It allows you to see how a print I have created may look in your own home, before you purchase it. Send me a photo of your room at home, the office, or another space, chat or message about possible framing configurations you'd like and I'll send you back the mocked up framed images, in situ. Have a look at the slider 'mock ups' below to get an idea of what I mean.
2. Cost-effective: It can be much more cost-effective to virtually try out framing options, rather than committing, without a full vision of what they might look like. This may help you have ideas before visiting a framers, who you know and trust. (Please note, I do not provide the framing service)
3. Presentation: You can try out different configurations of a gallery wall, seeing how a couple, or group of my botanical & pebble prints might look. (see above) You might also like to try the prints in different environments, which can save time and money, as well as allowing you to see how they might look in alternative combinations and layouts.
If this is something which interests you, do email me a room image (remembering that computer and mobile displays can make colours look different. Then also indicate a print you are thinking about and I will do my best to send you back a 'mock up' in a timely reply.You can see below that the prints look quite different with alternative mounts and frames, so I hope you may find this service useful.