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An Art Wall, Three Ways

Style It Make It

Lucy Feagins
Thursday 21st September 2017

Today we’re back with the second instalment of our new how-to film series, ‘Style it, Make it‘, in partnership with Sheridan!

In celebration other 50th year, the iconic Australian brand has launched Sheridan Studio,  with an expanded product range that includes furniture, floor rugs, tableware and plant vessels, as well as framed prints! Inspired by their extensive new collection of framed prints and photographs, today we offer a few easy, eye-catching ideas for displaying artwork at home.

OH, and, I demonstrate my only dance move, the running man. No, really.


Sheridan’s extensive range of photographs and prints come beautifully framed and ready to hang – shop here.


Film by SIRAP, photographs by Caitlin Mills, styling by Lucy Feagins and Nat Turnbull, Featuring a selection of framed prints by Sheridan, alongside artworks by Lucas Grogan, Hannah Nowlan, Spencer Shakespeare, Liam Snootle, Leo Greenfield, Elizabeth Barnett, Wall mounted baskets and objects by Pan After, ribbon rosette by Leila Sanderson aka Skinny Wolf. Paint colour – Dulux Sheltered Bay, beautiful wide oak floorboards on loan from Storey Floors, sheer curtains courtesy of Lovelight.

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