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All The Artwork You Need To Give Your Pad A Makeover — On Us!

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    The tinted vases you pulled from last summer's flea markets are top-notch, your bodega flower game is on lock, and after much protest by your mother, that shabby-not-chic comforter from college has finally been replaced. But every time you blow through the front door, expecting to aahhh at your nearly perfect home (like a Febreze commercial), something still feels...off. You may have shopped your way through IKEA like a pro and have the best living room set up around, but at some point, your home somehow became all Klingsbo with no soul.

    That's where our friends at Art.com come in. Like a golden chariot of Warhol prints and vintage picks waiting to whisk you away into Selby-style territory, they're giving away a $1,000 shopping spree to solve all of your empty-walled needs.

    From creating a MoMA-worthy living room display to dipping into its extensive Vogue archives, picking new prints, whether we wind up footing the bill or not, will be way easier than stressing about thread counts — promise. Take a stab at a household full of free art by entering our giveaway, and have a look at the room-by-room curation we made from some of these ultra-cool finds.

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