Desenio was founded in 2010 has now spread their interior wings across 33 countries already, is the perfect place to find beautiful, affordable, Scandinavian designs! You are bound to find something perfect for every room at an equally perfect price, you can get prints from as little as £2.95!
Their posters and frames come in various sizes from as little as 13cm x 18cm to as big as 70cm x 100cm with frames available for ever size in a selection of from white wood to oak, gold and copper plus many more!
The low prices certainly don’t mean low quality either! When I saw prints from as little as a few quid I did have my doubts as to whether the quality would reflect this but worry not! Each piece is printed on 200mg uncoated, age resistant paper with an ever so slightly matte finish; in layman’s terms, they’re bloody good quality!
Desenio are probably one of the most versatile websites I’ve ever come across, interior design wise. They have prints that cater for any home with minimalist quotes to beautiful floral prints, and themes such as nature, fashion, nautical, with a whole section of prints for children’s rooms too. There really is something for everyone!
The website itself is fabulous, easy to navigate your way around with a whole section for inspiration and coordinating prints; even the most clueless of us can find the perfect print set up. I absolutely loved this feature, it lets you see posters in action and really get a feel of what certain prints look like as a combo.
The prints themselves come packaged so beautifully and securely inside a poster tube in addition to being protected by a branded sleeve fastened with a little thank you sticker. I’m a sucker for well thought out packaging! The frames by Desenio are also faultless with high quality perspex instead of glass meaning they travel better so no broken glass from heavy handed couriers or worrying about little ones getting hurt by shards. The quality of the framed prints is just as good as glass so don’t worry about losing quality there. They also sell poster clips and tape incase you fancy something a little different, this is how I hung a few of the prints in Eloise’s room.