Tiny Prints Launches Completely Customizable Home Décor Collection

Tiny Prints Launches Completely Customizable Home Décor Collection

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Santa Clara, CA—Tiny Prints, an online stationery boutique, expanded its offerings to include home décor, unveiling its new highly curated collection in Los Angeles. Known for beautifully designed luxury stationery, Tiny Prints’ entire collection of home décor products can be customized with photos, monograms or text to reflect the consumer’s personal style.

“Style doesn’t have to stop at cards and stationery. With the introduction of our home décor line, you can transform your beloved abode into an expression of your own style,” said Meg Bohnert, Tiny Prints senior trends expert. “It’s a beautifully stylized and design-forward collection that helps customers revel in their own artistry without having to create new products from scratch.”

Tiny Prints’ home décor collection includes: translucent curved and flat glass prints; metal prints; wrapped canvas prints; floating mounted prints; dimensional acrylic photo blocks; personalized pillows; and desktop easel art.

Tiny Prints partnered with stylist and HGTV design star Emily Henderson to debut the home décor offerings, as she celebrated the opening of her photo and design studio in Los Angeles. During the #em4tinyprints event, Henderson showcased her favorite Tiny Prints pieces in an installation that featured metal and glass prints, acrylic photo blocks and pillows.

Henderson designed the space with a mad hatter theme, using the Tiny Prints home décor collection to put a modern face on her work space. Metal prints adorn the walls, featuring her design portfolio, while acrylic photo blocks feature Instagram photos of Henderson’s family and friends.

“There are a million ways to frame a photo, but if you want a really clean and modern look, the metal and glass prints are stylish options for showing off your favorite photos,” said Emily Henderson. “Gallery walls are still in, folks. As a new mom, I’m all about a family gallery wall in the hallway, stairway or family room. Vary the shape and style of the prints, but keep the color palette consistent.” tinyprints.com/home-decor.htm

In other news, Tiny Prints announced a free, interactive iPad app that allows customers to explore, create and send customized holiday cards, stationery and photo gifts from their iPad. The Tiny Prints iPad app is available at the Apple App Store.

“Now Tiny Prints customers have the flexibility and consistency to create, customize and order their favorite products anytime, anywhere with a superior premium visual and interactive experience,” said Greg Hintz, general manager, Tiny Prints. “Our customers have come to expect a world class experience from Tiny Prints, and we are thrilled to deliver a seamless solution that enables them to work on their projects whenever it’s most convenient for them whether they are traveling, on the go or lounging at home.”

Tiny Prints’ iPad app permits customers to have the same desktop experience anywhere, anytime. Customers can browse and save their favorite projects on the iPad—importing photos from the iPad or Shutterfly, Facebook and Instagram accounts—and finish the personalization process on their desktop or complete the entire personalization and shopping experience from end to end on their iPad.

With the swipe of a finger, they will get a 360º view of the product from all angles. Customers can interact and have as close to a real touch & feel experience as they can get, personalizing messaging font, trim and photo options. The app also permits users to create products across multiple devices. tinyprints.com

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