Bright flowers in striped vase - Cream and Green Art Print
Have the joy of a bunch of beautiful flowers everyday with our modern art print, guaranteed to brighten your walls and make you smile! Perfect for a bedroom, playroom or any room you'd like to brighten up!
Our art print has a yellow striped vase full of white flowers in a dark green and cream painted gouche style background. With the words 'Maison Fleurs' meaning house of flowers, allow this modern take on a vase of flowers brighten up your house.
Each colourful print is digitally printed by professional printers who are specialists in Giclée fine art printing.
- Printed on 200 gsm, FSC certified, museum quality matte paper, meaning no shiny print and long lasting colours that won't fade.
- All our wood, paper and packaging is sourced from sustainably managed forests
- Our products are custom-made for you on demand and printed and shipped from a local printers. This way we don’t produce any unnecessary leftovers, whilst also reducing carbon emissions.
- Available as a print, with a wooden hanger or with one of our handmade wooden frames in white, black or natural wood.
PLEASE NOTE: Your print may differ slightly in colour once printed, due to monitor differences.
- Shipped rolled up in a tube for anything larger than A4, A4 and smaller will be shipped in a flat boarded envelope.
- Please expect delivery of your print in 5-7 days, we prioritise quality over speed and your print will be sent direct from our printing labs to reduce carbon emissions.
- We offer free UK shipping over £50
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As all items are printed to order, we are unable to offer a refund or exchange. If you are not 100% satisfied with your item or it has been damaged in transit then please get in touch.
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Planet friendly and sustainable Prints
All wood, paper and packaging is sourced from sustainably managed forests and each print is custom-made for you on demand and printed and shipped from a local printers. This way we don’t produce any unnecessary leftovers, whilst also reducing carbon emissions.