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Where should our cognac-loving redhead live?

As I was sitting there admiring our Cognac Pellisson Père & Co. poster, created in 1907 by the genius Italian artist Lenatto Cappiello, I started to imagine the perfect room that it would best reside in. I absolutely love its dark, masculine colours - the browns, yellows, and greys, which contrast so well against the black-as-night background.  You'd have to see it in person for yourself, but the texture of this large poster, printed using the lithography method, is incredible as well. It feels like the chubby redhead, who is struggling so evidently while trying to stare you down, will speak at any moment, demanding why you aren't helping with the load. 

Posted: Mar 16, 2014 | Tagged: Cappiello, Interior Design, men's decor

Man Cave Ideas: Decorate Your Bachelor Pad With Original Vintage Posters and Prints

Are you trying to decorate your man cave with your favorite interests (like women, sports and booze) while still keeping a classy old fashion sense of sophistication? Vintage posters can give you just the look and style you’re looking for, and add a little luxury and refinement to your interior.

Posted: Feb 05, 2014 | Tagged: gifts for men, home decor, interior design, man cave, men's decor, vintage posters

Primer: Decorating with Vintage Posters

Original vintage posters and prints make exquisite wall decor works in almost any home and once you purchase your first one, you might find it difficult not to be tempted to collect more. Nowhere else in the art world can you find such a amazing combination of great design, collectability and good value for money. After all, not many of us can afford a Monet or a Van Gogh original for their wall. In contrast, many original vintage posters and prints from some of the leading artists in the field, are, at least for the moment, still very affordable (despite the fact that more and more of the most sought-after posters are likely to be above the price range of most collectors as they continue to rise in value).

If you are like most people, you won’t want these gorgeous posters and prints gathering dust in a box somewhere and you'll want them on full display. This would allow you, family, friends and other visitors to enjoy them to the full. With this in mind though, what should you collect, and what might you display where?

Posted: Jan 12, 2014 | Tagged: bedroom, decorating, dining room, home, home decor, interior, interior design, kitchen, living room