What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Good in Bed




This is the beautiful, bright bedding and art sold by Etsy seller FrankiePrintCo. It all starts with an original watercolor or digital painting by self-taught Canadian artist/photographer/designer Diane. She then has the paintings reproduced on duvet covers and pillows. When I asked Diane to tell me a little about herself and her work, her response was as refreshing as her art:

“I can most often be found experimenting with a combination of watercolor, acrylic paint, and digital painting, in my little home surrounded by my 2 cats and snacks o’ plenty.

“In designing this line of pillows + duvets, it was important to me that it was simple, colorful, made from ethical materials, and that the fabrics were printed in North America. My style is a constant evolution, but it’s mostly just things that make me happy, like funny little faces or polka dots.”

Her abstract watercolors are cheerful and unique, and I think they’d work equally well in a child’s room, a guest room, or even in a bright master!

By the way, digital prints of her paintings can also be purchased in the Etsy shop, so you could have a matching print on your bedroom wall! I’m not overly into matchy-matchy, but that’s too good to resist.

All images property of FrankiePrintCo, used with permission.


Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

11 thoughts on “Good in Bed

  1. You had me at the title.
    As always, you have brightened my day.

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  2. What a great idea. My kids would love the animal ones and the purple mosaic one. Somewhat predictably, I love the ones that look like puddles of watercolour.

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  3. You had me at the title, too! 😀 I’d love to know how she managed to take the bird’s-eye-view photos of those lovely beds. Drones?? lol

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  4. The wet on wet watercolor reminds me of what my kids created at a Waldorf School kindergarten. I rounded the edges, put them in clear adhesive shelf paper and used them as place mats. There were so many….

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