I have several art prints I’ve bought online and have framed them. But I have exponentially more prints sitting in a stack or carefully tacked to a bulletin board in my kitchen. I just don’t buy frames, and when I pass by them in the store I can’t remember which color or size I need.
So, when I saw that not only does Minted now sell art and home decor, but you can buy the print with a frame already selected, that seemed like the perfect solution!
Frankly, I havent bought many art prints lately since I feel like they’re a frivolous way to spend my money when I’m working toward debt repayment but every so often I can’t resist. There’s a lot to be said about enjoying the comfort of your own home when you’re spending a lot of time there to save money.
You may think that Minted is solely a stationary company so why would you buy art there? But I have to tell you, the prints are GORGEOUS! There are so many that there is bound to be something to fit your fancy. I have a lot of word art in my home so I’m trying to go out of my comfort zone and get a piece that doesn’t have words on it – and clearly I have to buy one with a frame included.
I think the Blush Blossoms piece above and this Kaleidoscope No.1 would both look great in my living room with my girly grey couch I bought in March.
This one I think is NECESSARY for my hallway. My apartment has a small pretend foyer and who wouldn’t want to walk in the door and be greated by this? It makes me lust for adventure!
I know I’ve focused on art here, but Minted still does stationary and I’m sure if the day comes where I walk down the aisle, Minted is where I’ll start the search for wedding invitations. They have a new wedding invitation collection. And clearly I couldn’t tell you about it without checking it out for myself. Secret wedding pin board, anyone???
Which print would you chose? If any of those scream your name, just click on the photo to be brought straight to that page!
*This post was sponsored by Minted however the opinions are all mine and no compensation impacted this review, except that I learned a lot more about Minted!*