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Bare walls where to buy pictures online?

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kissmelittleass Fri 22-Nov-19 11:01:55

House had a makeover in the summer so I gave all the old dated pictures away to charity shop. I have been looking ever since for black and white themed pictures with no luck.
Where have you bought wall pictures and best place online to buy please smile

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skippy67 Fri 22-Nov-19 13:49:53

Desenio.

SophieLeGiraffe Fri 22-Nov-19 13:55:34

Fy. They often have 20% off and come quickly. You can choose inclusive frame or infrared. I have many of their prints and they’re all lovely.

kissmelittleass Fri 22-Nov-19 15:34:33

@skippy67 What a brilliant site how have I never heard of it 😐 thanks!
@SophieLeGiraffe I haven't heard of this site either but will have a look now thanks

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skippy67 Fri 22-Nov-19 21:40:53

It's fab isn't it? Hope you find what you're looking for.

Walesnotwhales Sun 24-Nov-19 11:31:01

That Desenio site is a game changer! thank you!

Walesnotwhales Sun 24-Nov-19 11:35:09

Oh god, and Fy is going to take all of my SDD’s Xmas money.

LeatherPouffe Sun 24-Nov-19 12:09:01

Just to add another one to the mix, we got some from juniqe

Slightlysurviving Tue 26-Nov-19 08:30:26

I know a bit late but art is and can be really special. Have you thought about visiting local studios or even some of the self representing artists online. Yes they are generally a bit more expensive but I have collected a few bits slowly over the years I truly love. I can see me loving them for a very long time to come. Just a thought to add in to the mix. Otherwise came on here to say fy.

BluebellsareBlue Tue 26-Nov-19 08:52:35

I'm changing the lounge next year. At the moment I've got three black and white beach/sand prints that I bought ten years ago in ikea blush but they are nice, what I plan to do is take photos of areas near me, I've never owned a good camera so god knows how this will turn out, but my thinking is that if I'm spending the money to renovate the lounge I'll want something to look at that might garner some nice comments- oh is that so and so place- kinda thing. What about that?

MaJoady Tue 26-Nov-19 23:12:24

@BluebellsareBlue if you're not confident taking good pictures / the don't turn out how you hoped, take a look at Etsy. Just search for place name and photograph. Loads of decent photographers put their photos on there for very reasonable prices, which you can then frame. Might not work with a very popular / touristy place though

BluebellsareBlue Thu 28-Nov-19 10:23:58

@MaJoady thank you for the tip!! Sorry I've just seen it now

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