I’ve long admired Minted‘s gorgeous art marketplace, full of beautiful modern artwork from artists around the country. In fact, I had been eyeing one special spot in my office for some new art.
When I was contacted by Minted, I knew this was a great opportunity to not only fill that spot but to share a beautifully simple product with you. (And there’s another special surprise below!)
I chose a beautiful abstract print by Yao Cheng of Columbus, Ohio that yes, coordinated with my albums.
What I love most is that you can have Minted frame your prints. If you’re like me, you might order a print from somewhere else and then it sits for months until you get around to framing it.
All I needed was a hammer and a nail to go from box to wall!
I ordered the standard level of print and framing. The quality was beautiful, so I can only imagine what the greater investment would offer! It came professionally framed with a gallery wire on the back.
Living in a small town in can be difficult to find wall art locally that I love. I’m no hipster, but am far from a traditionalist. I was excited to see so much artwork in my favorite styles – and from a trusted seller.
The only thing I wish was offered was matting service. I prefer the look of prints in a mat, but the option of a white frame is a nice substitute.
Did you know that Minted even has prints of this popular drawing from Studio Calico’s Matthew Taylor Wilson?
I will definitely shop at Minted again.
Stash Bash Sponsor Announcement
While the Stash Bash event would be fun all by itself, there will be some great prizes to sweeten the deal. In fact, Minted is giving one lucky participant $250 in artwork credit! Make to sure to watch for more Stash Bash sponsor announcements over the next two weeks.
Special Offer for Readers
If you can’t wait to get your hands on a piece of indie artwork from the Minted shop, for a limited time you can follow this link to get free shipping on any large-scale prints sized 18×24 and up. This offer is valid until 11:59pm PT on September 5, 2014.
Disclosure: I was provided an art print by Minted. Opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links.