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Coastal Living Room Art From Minted

This is a sponsored post in conjunction with Minted.com.  Although this post is sponsored all the opinions are my own. I only promote product I believe in! 
 
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Hello! Thank you for stopping by today. I could not wait to share this beautiful piece of art I received from Minted.
 
If you are not familiar with Minted, you are in for a treat!  Minted is an online marketplace connecting you with independent designers from all over the world.  
 
They carry holiday cards, wedding invitations, framed art, party décor, and other personal stationery.  
 
They are currently offering free shipping on fine art orders with promo code SHIPFREE. You will definitely want to take advantage of this great promotion!
 
I have been looking for a piece of art to go in my living room for some time, but nothing felt quite right.
 
Most of my art from my old house was a completely different style and color scheme than I have now, think burgundys and hunter greens.  
 
My tastes have changed over the years and moving to the Townhouse was the perfect time for me to introduce new colors and styles into our home.  
 
I have slowly switched over to more neutral shades with pops of blue.  
 
It has a much more Coastal feel, especially in the Summer when I bring out my favorite seashells and Seahorses!  
 
The selection of art  from Minted is just incredible and I was immediately drawn to this gorgeous piece called Out To Sea II by Chelsey Scott.
 
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 It is such a soothing piece and I knew it would be perfect in my living room.
 
This is the fabric for my living room curtains. As you can see, the colors in this stunning piece of art flow beautifully with the colors in these curtains.
 
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I originally had planned on hanging the piece alone, however, as this is such a large space, I really wanted to step it up a notch and give the art the attention it deserves.
 
The addition of the window behind it gives it extra dimension and also adds color so it doesn’t get lost on the light walls.
 
I gave this old window a coat of paint in a soft blue color and it really makes the art stand out!
 
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The entire collaboration with Minted was such a pleasant experience.  
 
My niece is getting married next year and is ordering her Save the Date cards from Minted!
 
I couldn’t be happier with this piece.  It really completes this space and gives it the look I was going for. I know I will enjoy it for years to come!
 
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Jacek

Friday 12th of August 2016

Thanks to you that now I know what to do with my old window bar. It’ll be a great work to do. The print content goes well with the color of the bar after all which reminds me of the peaceful. Thanks.

Crystal

Sunday 7th of August 2016

That would perfectly match the decor I have in mind for a summer vacation home in Port Aransas. Of course the house is also in my imagination, but who wouldn't love a beach vacation home? #HomeMattersParty

Sherry

Wednesday 3rd of August 2016

They have the prettiest prints! Thank you for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

Lorelai @ Life With Lorelai

Monday 1st of August 2016

Michelle, I love the window frame for the framed art. What an awesome idea. It really stands out a makes a statement. So pretty. Thanks for sharing and co-hosting at the #HomeMattersParty ! :)

~Lorelai Life With Lorelai

ourcraftymom

Tuesday 2nd of August 2016

I hung the picture first and the wall was just too large so it got lost. As soon as I hung it on the window & really popped. It's such a pretty print that I wanted it to really be a focal point.

Cecilia MyThriftStoreAddiction

Monday 1st of August 2016

Michelle, I love how you used the window to accent it! Thank you for sharing @Vintage Charm!