Upgrading Every Area of My Home + “Garden” with @Society6

society6outdoor laurenschwec

I first discovered Society6 through one of my favorite creators, Helen Owen. I thought her Gallery Wall was so stunning, I wanted to do something very similar. The diagonal wall in my living room was awkwardly blank and in need of a statement piece, inspired by her collection of art I set off to design my own. 

After sharing my Gallery Wall online, Society6 reached out to me about working together. YES! I quickly wrote back, excited to embark on what would come to be an incredible partnership.

I love Society6 because it first and foremost provides a platform for artists to sell their work. For those of you who do not know how it works, Society6 is an open platform for artists to share their art, feed off the creativity and talent of those around them and sell their original designs on an array of different products to customers around the world.

Anyone and everyone can create an artist profile and upload their art. It’s really quite extraordinary, many artists have become quite famous due to their popularity on Society6 and the community of artists it has created. My first purchase, inspired by the H.O. art wall, was a piece by HeloBirdie, who when I looked up on Instagram had @helobirdie_art over a 20k following. Get it, girl!


Without further ado, here’s my Gallery Wall. THE PARIS MAP by multipliCITY symbolizes one of our favorite trips. The bottom right (SANTORINI PINK HUES by @roostfineart, and A STRANGE PLACE FOR A PICNIC by @isabellefeliu) represent Morocco and Greece, two of our other favorite places. The hot air balloons initially represented Turkey, where we want to go, but when it came in we realized it was actually Scottsdale, AZ — which we just ironically visited together for Daniel’s Birthday. 🙂

You can get the prints from my Society6 Gallery Wall here.

A few frames in my collection are from a previous collaboration, you can find those here.

Black picture frame (15 ¾ x 19 ⅝ in – 40×50 cm)
White picture frame (15 ¾ x 19 ⅝ in – 40×50 cm)
Black picture frame (8 ¼ x 11 ¾ in – 21×30 cm)
White picture frame (8 ¼ x 11 ¾ in – 21×30 cm)
Black picture frame (11 ¾ x 15 ¾ in – 30×40 cm)
White picture frame (11 ¾ x 15 ¾ in – 30×40 cm)
Three Leopards (8 ¼ x 11 ¾ in – 21×30 cm)
Let’s Fly Away (11 ¾ x 15 ¾ in – 30×40 cm)
Embrace the Silence (11 ¾ x 15 ¾ in – 30×40 cm)


Society6 has an assortment of relatively simple products that you can enhance with whatever art fits your taste. One of the first items I picked out was these trays, so functional! I am basically obsessed with breakfast (or any meal) in bed, so the serving tray on my bed (HOTEL HAWAII by @sisiandseb) was essential.

The curtains are PERIWINKLE PATEL PURPLE by Simply Solids, I ordered the wrong length so we’ll be searching for custom ones. The smaller tray I use in my bedroom to organize/display jewelry. It’s titled THAT SUMMER FEELING by the artist City Art. 

This tray is a MUST! It keeps all my jewelry/mask chains looking cute. THAT SUMMER FEELING ACRYLIC TRAY by City Art.


The PALM SPRINGS ACRYLIC TRAY (also by @sisiandseb) I use on my coffee table, it sits perfectly next to my @nestfragrances candle (this one is apart of their wellness collection: WILD MINT & EUCALYPTUS) and 52 LIST FOR CALM journal by @mooreaseal

I also selected some other simple items that have really brought my home together, check them out.

These rugs have transform my kitchen and front door space. Very thin, so thin fit under the door.

Since I am sharing my home, I want to take a moment to highlight my forever roses from @milliondefleurs — I am in love with this romantic bouquet, which I’ve had over 6 months now. They are projected to last a year+, Million De Fleurs is located on Davis Island in Tampa, FL.

This LASH IN TAN OUTDOOR FLOOR CUSHION from Society6 is so functional — it can be used indoor or outdoor.


Also, known as my balcony. I needed a thin, but durable rug for my balcony. I fell in love with this design SUN ARCH DOUBLE by @moonlightprint. What I love about Society6 is that you can use the same art pieces on different products, in this case, I purchase the wooden serving tray with matching artwork. Perfect for a sunset cheeseboard with some wine.


The towels I selected are pieces also designed by HeloBirdie. I wanted to bring water and sunshine into my home with her work, and I just fell in love with her aesthetic. 

Here are the other items I selected to create what I think is the perfect beach setup. I also adore this picnic blanket which is amazing for when you want to catch a quick sunset. 

lauren schwec

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