Adorn Your Walls with Tiger Flower Studio Prints

Art with heart

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Ever see a runway show and think, I could hang that dress on my bedroom wall?

Now you can. (Sort of.)

Tiger Flower Studio, a new print shop jointly conceived by a muralist and a former lifestyle-magazine editor, is like a Venn diagram of textiles, fashion, and artwork (the latter being the intersection). Their online marketplace sells limited-edition works by a carefully chosen group of creatives who until now haven’t ventured into home decor.

We’d like to inhabit Caitlin McGauley’s (a textile artist whose clients include Kate Spade) watercolor Red Chairs. Renowned fashion illustrator Gladys Perint Palmer’s drawings resemble Toulouse-Lautrec’s (if he lived circa now). Eye-popping works from Kazumi Yoshida use thick brushstrokes and evoke faraway places (we love Morocco).

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Interiors maven Mita Corsini Bland offers a glimpse of Brooke Astor’s library and Sister Parish’s living room. Beguiling, Asian-inspired paintings by Harrison Howard (the aforementioned muralist behind the company) capture whimsy and surrealism.

Prints are sold unframed and in a variety of sizes. You’ll be hard-pressed to choose just one.

Available at tigerflowerstudio.com, $300-$375.

Photos: Courtesy of Tiger Flower Studio