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Fulcrum Gallery Wall Art

It’s spring time which means its spring cleaning time! You can either love it or hate it. Or you can be like me, and have the perfect excuse to redecorate!

Some people paint walls, some people reorganize a furniture layout. I like to change up decorations, which means new pillows or blankets and new pictures on the wall!

I use this time to change out photos and add new ones. The nieces and nephews get a year older, so do their photos. Group friend outings get new photos taken so those get replaced as well. But then there’s timeless artwork that’s nice to have too. And besides the old birds picture from the 60’s I got from my mother after she redecorated is just not my style… But I needed something on that wall.

Maybe you like certain styles, or certain painters. I like classic stuff such as Van Gogh and Monet. And if you can’t paint something nice yourself or have a bunch of money to shell out, Fulcrum Gallery is perfect!! They offer tons of styles and so many different artists! In fact you can get just about any size in a piece that you like! So you will find the absolute perfect piece for that spot on your wall.

The framing is gorgeous and also has a ton of styles and colors to choose from as well so anything will match your decor! And if you sign up for their email newsletter they have different sales throughout the year in every category! So you don’t have to just do it in the spring!

Even if you prefer a simpler poster frame for your dorm room or modern apartment, they have those to! You don’t have to go the fancy route. But why not if its something that will last you through multiple moves and go in any room you choose! I’ve gotten so many compliments on my Starry Night piece from them. And when I redo my bedroom this year I’m think one if Monet’s Water-lilies will look perfect across from my bed!

So check them out and look at getting your own decor! They have things for the kitchen or home bar in wine themes that I absolutely love as well!

*I received a piece to review from this company, but was otherwise not compensated financially. All opinions are my own and true.*

Chez Lorraine's

I was super excited to get the chance to work with an amazing artist! Lorraine, the owner of the etsy shop Chez Lorraine’s, is a breast cancer survivor who has made it her life’s goal to create beautiful artwork for beautiful women. All of her pieces are thoughtful, inspiring, and gorgeous looking. She strives to help women see beauty all around them.

“The ship of my life may or may not be sailing on calm and amiable seas. The challenging days of my existence may or may not be bright and promising. Stormy or sunny days, glorious or lonely nights, I maintain an attitude of gratitude. If I insist on being pessimistic, there is always tomorrow. Today I am blessed.”
― Maya Angelou

With the recent passing of Maya Angelou, I thought this print summed up her life, and how we should live ours wonderfully! I love being able to look at this when times are rough and know that it does get better, no matter the circumstance. Everyone deserves to have something pretty or inspirational to look at. Her prices are very affordable, and she offers coupon codes and even freebies on her Facebook page! Everything she does you can tell is done with love and they’re all so well done! The company that prints her works offers different choices of finishes so you can find anything to match your style and decor! So check her out and let me know which one of her pieces speaks to you in the comments!
It looks so pretty on my red wall in my living room! I love it!

In fact I have this same print for one me my lucky readers! So check her out and let me know which one of her pieces speaks to you in the comments! I will choose a winner on 7/13 at 5 pm to receive their very own “I am Blessed” print!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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