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Good in Bed

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FrankiePrintCo

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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