Here, a collaboration between KBM D3signs and remarkable Zazzle designers and artists takes place in an effort to complement each other’s strengths. If you have an idea of how to marry your designs or art with works of KBM D3signs, then contact us.
Spring wall art photo prints of budding trees in varying stages are the focus of three living room mood boards. Each botanical spring photograph is a testimony to the artistic view through the lens of the photographer Rachel Shields.
KBM D3signs selected three photography art prints of the artist to complement each with a printed throw pillow design by KBM D3signs.
In the – Spring Elm – photo shot, greenish-yellowish buds in the beginning stages of opening cover the twigs.
In response, the complementing yellow accent pillow has a subdued linear wave pattern. Overall the pillow pattern emulates the still visible twigs.
Pink art prints of blossoming flowers and trees are the focus of three living room decor ideas. Each floral photograph is a testimony to the unique view through the lens of the photographer Rachel Shields.
KBM D3signs chose three of the artist’s works to pair with printed throw pillows that respond to the characteristics of the picture.
Clouds in varying densities formed by the deep pink blossoming bougainvillea, in general, give an abstract botanical view. In an effort to mirror the characteristics of varying blossom density, we selected a circle patterned pink and white minimalist pillow to complement the decor.
Moroccan wall decor shows in detail country-describing facets, interiors, exteriors, landscapes, and visuals unique to the region. Essentially, each poster print pairs up with a pillow pattern design by KBM D3signs.
The kingdom of Morocco occupies North Africa and is also the most northwestern country of the Maghreb region. The Mediterranean Sea sweeps the north and the Atlantic Ocean the west. To the South borders the disputed territory of Western Sahara. Meanwhile, to the east, the borders are shared with Algeria. Casablanca is the largest city, and Rabat is the capital. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morocco