Bring the heat inside! Decorate with unique Palm Springs designs photographed and produced by Desenio’s creative team. Studio Palm Springs is a collection that highlights characteristics unique to the location. In the collection you will find posters with mighty cacti, stately palms and playful architecture in mid-century modern design – the things that make Palm Springs so special can now be special elements in your home.
Here at Desenio, we believe that art exists everywhere, and cities are no exception. Palm Springs is one of those places where art can be found in plants silhouetted against desert skies, splendid palms reflected on a turquoise pool at sunset and, not least, in the city’s architecture. Mid-century design dominates Palm Springs. A style that is just as trendy today as it was fifty years ago, where different materials, playful colours, stylish linearity and soft curves dominate.
Our creative team has attempted to capture the essence of Palm Springs to transform it into art able to grace your walls. The retro-modern architecture in the photographs imparts trendy vintage vibes but in a colour palette that feels perfect for the present. The collection depicts a city in desert, where beautiful architecture and turquoise pools meet vegetation. Our nature designs taken in Joshua Tree National Park, where golden rays of sunshine meet desert soils, add warmth to any interior. Mix and match the designs to create a trendy gallery wall that perfectly captures tropical California.
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