This post is a collaboration with Corduroy Company who provided the awesome art and mudcloth you'll see here. I'm thrilled to be able to partner with a brand that I love and am excited about!
Did y'all catch last week's Meet the Maker post with Colleen from Corduroy Company? If not, be sure to check it out here because today's post is a follow up to that! In that post, I interviewed Colleen about her business, how she got started, and what her current favorite products are among other things. I'd love for y'all to get to know the face behind the company that I'm partnering with here today! She carries a fantastic selection of home decor, art prints, jewelry, and accessories in her shop.
When Colleen reached out to me on Instagram and wanted to know if I'd be interested in styling up a few of her products in my home, I immediately jumped at the opportunity. She has such a great collection of products from small-batch makers and I couldn't wait to get my hands on a few. Our tastes are super similar so I would have been happy working with just about anything. Colleen ended up bringing by four art prints and a gorgeous piece of indigo mudcloth for me to share with y'all.
I had a blast playing around with different spots in my home for these five pieces and ultimately all of them ended up on and around the mid-century modern china hutch in my dining room. They worked so well together that I thought - why not keep them together?
First up, let's talk about these three "back of the head" prints as I affectionately like to call them. They're by artist Elizabeth Mayville, and though they don't come as a set, I love them as a group of three. Here are the links to find them in Corduroy Company's shop: Braid no. 8, Bird no. 8, and Top Knot no. 24.
I framed them in my favorite white frames* from Target and hung them using Command picture hanging strips. We have old plaster walls in the dining room, so hanging things on them is tricky sometimes! The picture hanging strips are perfect to solve that issue.
These prints are just adorable, aren't they? Who would have thought that the back of someone's head could be so cute! I can totally picture these hanging in a little girl's room too.
The second art print is an abstract from Ocean + Olive. I'm a huge fan of abstracts, especially when they're in fun, poppy colors like this one! I also framed it in the same white frame as the others, but in a square version. Those frames are great quality for such a reasonable price - you really can't go wrong with them if you need a simple white frame.
I layered that abstract against another larger piece of art that I had in another spot in my home. That one is actually just a framed piece of indigo fabric - it was a remnant I found at a sample sale!
I love the height that the two pieces of art bring to this vintage china cabinet. I finished off the styling with a set of three painted terracotta vases from West Elm (sadly no longer available) and a trailing pothos plant. I'm loving how this little vignette turned out!
Finally, let's talk about this stunning piece of indigo mudcloth. This material is SUPER popular right now and for good reason - it's beautiful and each one is unique! You could use this as a decorative piece in so many places like on the end of your bed, hanging on the wall as a tapestry, or even use it to make pillows. I tried it in several spots around my home before settling on throwing it over this leaning ladder as a decorative piece.
I love how this balances out the set of prints on the other side of the china hutch without feeling too perfectly symmetrical.
I'm totally digging the way that these five pieces transformed this wall in my dining room. The colors and style are perfect in here! If y'all liked these pieces in this post, you definitely need to check out the other items in Corduroy Company's shop - I promise you'll find a ton of things you like! She's got a really nice variety of carefully selected pieces of home decor, art, accessories, and even jewelry. Head on over there and take a look!
Happy shopping. 😉