Every season we make it a habit to replace our throws, cushions, and seasonal holiday decor. Rarely do we consider how our wall art can bring about seasonal moods. Wrap up your spring cleaning by replacing some of the artwork in your home. Change them up with spring art prints for a fresh feel without having to redecorate anything else. From fine art to whimsical illustrations, our shop carries art for every interior style and personality.
For the Home that Loves Colors and Patterns
Flowers are the emblem of spring, so why not choose ones in pretty color schemes by Adriana Picker. Any of them make a delightful statement and all four together clearly displays your readiness for spring.
If you have been meaning to add bold colors in your room but haven’t had the chance to do so yet, try adding this Perforated Print or Color Block by Abby Low. They add balance when paired with colorful photographs like Miami Mountain by Jane Meritt or Yellow Mustard by Chaunté Vaughn.
Display Merricat’s Mushroom by Jessica Whittaker adjacent to a Pear by Amanda Jane Jones which make pink and green a perfect spring pair. For those who are looking for some art with text, check out Openness is Essential for Creativity by Lisa Congdon and Flamenco Flamingos by Alli Stocco.
Lastly, wall art is never complete without a portrait somewhere. Use Be Willing to Destroy by Beci Orpin as a bold display for inspiration. Or add portraits of Iris Apfel and Grace Coddington as part of your new spring art print collection.
For the Home that Loves Neutral Tones and Muted Patterns
Starting with flowers, consider Stone Fruit or Anemones by Lynne Miller and Anthurium or Lily by Chaunté Vaughn. They are impactful images but neutral in color and tone. Seven Flowers by Yas Imamura conveys a calming and peaceful state of mind. Julie Marabelle created lovely dimensional papercut flower prints, like this Blue Potted Flowers that come in colored versions and blue versions. They are sure to be a favorite in your home.
If you’re looking for muted photographs, check out Jane Merrit’s photos, like Tropics Hotel. If you’re looking for illustrations, Monica Dorazewski drew several that are perfectly minimal yet full of personality. My favorites for spring are Easter Egg Lady and Riding Along with Flowers.
For portraits, Becoming by Cat Seto and Little Women by Becca Stadtlander are perfect options. If you want to add a bit of your own personality, choose an illustration by Libby VanderPloeg that corresponds to your job or interests, like this Gardener for spring.
We hope you find several art prints to add to your spring art print collection. Print them yourself or order them printed and framed. We recommend having prints on hand for each season!