Retro is the new modern! Desenio’s designers travelled the US coast to coast and created a photo series exclusive to Desenio, with designs from Los Angeles, Miami and Palm Springs. Pastel architecture inspired by graphic design – the California coastline, desert cacti and Art Deco showcased in three unique poster collections. Bring the American Dream into your home!
Decorate with photo art exclusive to Desenio. Coast to Coast is a three-part collection that takes you from the east coast of the US to the west coast, inspired by architecture and mid-century modernism. Each location has its own character and unique features that we captured and showcase in this collection. Bring a piece of your favourite places into your home!
In Studio Miami you will find a colourful collection of photo posters with popping pastels in pink and blue tones. With influences from Art Deco they will add a splash of colour to your home. In our Los Angeles collection you will find posters in gorgeous blue accents where urban sprawls meet nature with groovy retro vibes. Onward to Palm Springs, one of the most beautiful cities in California and surrounded by desert. Here you will find designs depicting tropical cacti in harmony with mid-century style architecture. Combine posters from the different collections to create an expressive gallery wall, or discover your favourites from your chosen location and give them a room in your home.
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