Design Inspiration | Yellow Alley

I'm doing a series on my San Miguel Collection prints and am collaborating with interior stylist Mylene Raspado. I'm hoping to make it easier for you to picture these fine art photographs in your home by giving you two mood boards and color palettes. 

The week I'm featuring: Yellow Alley. Family is one of the most important parts of Mexican culture. In many homes, you'll often find three or more generations living together. Behind the walls of these homes you'll find families enjoying each other's company and fully involved in each other's lives. 

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The colors in this print really make my neutral design heart happy. While I'm not usually drawn to yellow, I love how you can pair this print with grays, whites and browns for a sleek yet comfortable office space. My husband recently moved into my office,🙄 and I think a design like this would make us both happy.

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An entryway is a small and easy space to redecorate. By switching out a piece of art, a plant or a rug, it can really make it feel like a fresh new house upon entering. I love the lighter neutrals here paired with a darker print. I especially love grey for a wall color. What do you think?


This week only (until Sunday), I'm offering free framing on all orders of the "Yellow Alley" print. Let me know if you have any questions about this design mood board, or this specific print. Send me an e-mail or leave a comment below. 


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