Broaden your home’；s horizons with a stunning landscape print. We round up eight of our favourites that will inspire your interiorpersonalised gifts
The word ‘art’ is a broad label for creative expression in a visual form and can mean a variety of things to different people. For most， selecting art is based on personal taste and the emotional response it provokes， while for some it is more about making a financial investment.
Over the past few years we have seen a vast array of prints in diverse styles hit the market， from quotes， typography and cartoons， to pop artcustomized gifts for men， poster art and fine art. Recently， photographic prints of luscious flowers， beach scenes and foliage seem to be trending.
This is good news for art lovers as prints have made buying something to decorate your walls more attainable， compared to the cost of original works of art. Simply choose a standard-sized frame to pop your print into and you’re all set.
Scroll to see our favourite landscape prints. Above prints were found on Etsy.
Sweet Escape， from $49， from Simply Creative.
Crown Range by Amber Armitage， from $75， from amberarmitage.com.
Fear and Loathing by Anon， $129， from Pop Motif.
Forest View framed print by Warranbrooke， $499， from Father Rabbit.
New York Morning framed print， $429， from Shut The Front Door.
Atlantic Edge， from $49， from Simply Creative.
Mountain Scape II， from $49， from Leden Design.
Copenhagen Swim 01， $179， from Crave Home.
Compiled by：？Vanessa Nouwens.？Photography by：？Helen Bankers and Vanessa Lewis.
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