Brighten up dull tasks done in your home office with an intriguing fashion illustration. A background in a pastel shade will soften dark furniture and whimsical accessories add a touch of fun.
Pink! Gold! Flowers! Go full-on girly by combining your fashion illustrations with even more girly stuff. Why not? The simple frames in black and white keep it from becoming too sugary.
Turn fashion sketches from girly into ladylike with grown-up accessories and furniture. Like this wonderful leather tray, mirrored table and patterned poufs. And don’t forget about the frames: the arrangement of these silver ones is very classy indeed.
Australian fashion illustrator Megan Hess has worked for Dior, Chanel and Tiffany & Co. She even made a design for the bottom of a luxurious swimming pool. As is to be expected, her home and studio are the epitome of feminine style. She makes the most of her illustrations with wide white or black frames.
More, more, more… why choose a print when you can have all of them on your wall? Just go for an interesting mix of designs and colours. The occasional baroque gold frame looks fabulous in between black and white frames.
Jessica Durrant is a fantastic fashion illustrator. Check out her Instagram account instagram.com/jessillustrator or, even better, her Etsy shop. Not only does she make fab fashion water colours, her travel and nature images are equally captivating.
Really make your fashion illustrations pop by hanging them on a bright wall. It’s even better when you match the shades of the wall and the illustrations. Hot pink and Tiffany blue are great choices.
Images from: meganhess.com, garancedore.fr, pinterest.com, sfgirlbybay.com, fitzroyboutique.com, zgallerie.com, etsy.com/shop/jessicaillustration, instylemag.com.au, elledecor.com