Happy Saturday! I feel like in honor of celebrating this beautiful weekend here on the East coast the blog needed some color to liven things up, and today's shop does just that!
Paulrommer is an artist based in Spain that sells numerous watercolor-type prints in his Etsy shop. I love that the bright colors can make these prints the perfect statement piece to spice up any room. No matter what your interests or decorating style I bet there's something in the shop up your alley.
There are a number of super cute pet portraits........
and a ton of different poses of athletes in literally every sport you could possibly imagine. Except curling. I didn't see that. Not that I curl. But I totally would, given the chance. Wouldn't this be an easy way to "decorate" a boys room?
And let's not ignore all that is Frozen-mania these days - I'm not sure Anna & Elsa will ever go out of style. Poor Cinderella has been kicked to the curb. I love the "subtleness" of this Frozen inspired print.
And let us not forget that it all started with a mouse.....
Your boys aren't interested in sports? Well I'll bet any one of the prints of the Avenger's cast would be a nice substitute.
Moving back to more adult based options, I'm always a sucker for a new version of a basic map. I've written a lot in the past about our love of maps of all kinds and these would certainly brighten up a very black & white category of prints.
Seriously, no matter what city you live in, have visited, or dream to go to - I bet it's in the shop. I love these skyline watercolors - certainly a unique take on the classic map. There are a few different styles of these cityscapes, but below are Charlotte, NYC, and Chicago to give you an idea of the options.
In between your Fall festivals, football, and afternoon naps this weekend, head over to Paulrommer Fine Art Prints and spend time checking out all your options - he has over 1,000 different items listed that you can get printed in various sizes & types of paper to fit whatever style your heart desires. Don't wait too long though if you find something you like & might want for a gift come December - even the best of international shops take a bit longer to get things to the US purely due to customs in each country.