Treat yo self: Lulie Wallace

I’ve been obsessed with Lulie Wallace for quite some time now. She is an amazing artist based out of Charleston, South Carolina. I adore her take on floral paintings. All of her pieces just look so happy and full of whimsey plus she works with the prettiest pastel color palette.

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{ Lulie’s beautiful studio that was featured in Matchbooks December issue.

During Christmas she ran a special sale on prints of her work. I was so excited to finally snag at least a print while I continued to heavily hint that I wanted one of her paintings.Well no one got my hint and this busy lady completely forgot to order a print before the deadline. So sad! Imagine my excitement when I saw that Lulie was offering a print special for Valentines Day. I decided to be my own Valentine and I placed my order this week so I wouldn’t forget.

The two pieces available as prints are:
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{ Both pieces are available here and only $45!}

I loved all of the colors that I decided to make a little style plan that included the print I picked!

lulie wallice office set up

I envisioned this small office nook in a bay window of some sorts so I wanted a showstopper fabric for the curtain panels. Enter whipporwill in summer.The colors are so vibrant and the pattern is amazing. It’s my newest fabric obsession.

Every office needs the perfect desk so I headed to my favorite etsy shop and found this vintage desk that was repainted in banana leaf green.

I would frame the Flowers for Cynthia print above it and give it more of a presence by adding a thick colored mat and getting it framed.

Every desk needs a little light source so I would top it with these mini katie lamps.

I think the saddle office chair from West Elm would be the perfect match to my vintage desk. It’s such a stylish chair. What lovely lines and the bucket seat looks oh so comfy.

I always like a pillow for my back so why not make it a designer favorite and go with La Fiorentina by David Hicks.

Every office nook needs a soft cushy spot for you to rest your feet. This beautyis so bold and colorful and currently on sale for an extra 50% off with code FEB50.

So, are you going to treat yo self? We are going to have to compare notes on where we are going to place our prints in our homes.

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11 Responses to Treat yo self: Lulie Wallace

  1. Jessica R says:

    Sigh, I want ALL of those things. And I have exactly nowhere to put them :( but I’m going to pin your board anyway in the hopes that one day I’ll be able to use it! So, so lovely.

  2. I remember lusting after her work when I saw it in Matchbook. Thanks for the heads up. I will pass this on to the hubs for V day. :)

    • effortless says:

      I was going to pass it along to Jon with a massive hint that I wanted it, but boys are stupid sometimes so I just ordered it for myself!

  3. Julie says:

    I love Lulie’s work. Hoping to splurge on one this year!

  4. I love her work so so much. I think you introduced her to me, and I’ve pined after one of her paintings. Alas, the timing isn’t right for me (even with such a great deal!), so I’ll be waiting a bit longer. One of her paintings would fit perfectly on the salon wall in my dining room.

    • effortless says:

      Ah I know! I’ve been trying to be better with spending so shopping has been on hiatus, but I had to treat myself on this. I didn’t want to miss out on it again! It looks like she has been doing this for holidays so I’m sure another deal will pop up soon enough.

  5. That is such an adorable office space. You are always a design inspiration!

  6. heather j says:

    Funny, I came across her instagram last night, which lead me to her shop. Love her paintings!

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