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 The word decoupage comes from the French word “decouper” meaning “to cut”. Originating first in Siberia, the art of cutting paper shapes to decorate furniture and other items was found in China as early as the 12th century. It made its way into the royal courts of Europe in the 17th century, most likely through the the eastern trade routes and Venice.  We continue the tradition in our Atlanta studio in a painstaking process that begins with adhering our images to hand-blown glass plates and trays.  After finishing with multiple layers of paint and a gilded edge, each piece is signed. 

"It's Coming" by Greg Ferguson

Fine Arts Department

We've put together this curated collection of arresting images to enhance your home and life because we believe that art makes life better. From our Atlanta studio we create meticulously crafted studio prints, many from originals in our family collections as well as masterworks from some of the world's finest museums.  Art elevates - be inspired! 

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Gifts and Home Accessories

Gifts and Home Accessories

Mangosteen, 1790

Graphic Arts



"It's Coming" by Greg Ferguson


Images That Take Us Places
Pillow Talk

Pillow Talk

Designed from art traditions new and old, our unique pillows add style and panache to any home.  Our pillows are 18” x 18”, made of spun polyester which has the look and feel of a soft cotton canvas. Pillow insert is medium-firm.
Foothills Farm by Cindy Baron, Framed

Present Day Artists

FinchBerry Artisan Soap Gift Box

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Oleanders by Vincent Van Gogh

Studio Prints

Meticulously Crafted Artist Made Prints In Our Studio.
Irises Reimagined Tray

Tray Chic

Cricket,  Portuguese Art Nouveau Tile