In case you missed it, the hit Netflix TV show 'Emily in Paris' has returned with it's second season!
The first season served high fashion looks (courtesy of Sex and the City designer, Patricia Field), comedy, and romance as we followed American Social Media Strategist Emily as she stumbled her way through Parisian culture and her new job at fashion firm, Savoir.
Lily Collins plays Emily like a modern day Carrie Bradshaw and that is no coincidence as both shows were created by Darren Star (creator of Sex and the City). It's also no surprise that the city of Paris is as much of a character as the leading cast, much the same as New York was in Sex and the City.
To celebrate the launch of the second season of Emily in Paris we've pulled together some of our favourite Paris inspired wall art.
One of our favourites is the view of the city from the Trocadéro from the site of Palais de Chaillot. Surrounded by beautiful sculptures it is one of the most popular spots in the city with tourists and it's easy to see why. For the perfect instagram moment though, head there early in the summer and capture the clear skies surrounding the Eiffel Tower at sunset.
If you can't travel to Paris to see the beautiful change in seasons, then our pretty blossom prints are a great way to bring the seasons to your home.
Cherry blossom trees make everything look prettier but there is something magical about seeing them surround iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower or Notre-Dame de Paris.
We couldn't talk about Paris without mentioning the French language. Everything instantly sounds more romantic when it's spoken in French. It's no surprise then that the likes of Je t'aime and J'adore are frequently used in homeware, wall prints and even fashion with latter being famously linked to fashion house Dior.
It's an understatement to say that the Eiffel Tower is the most iconic feature of Paris. Constructed in 1887-1889 the Tower was ranked as the tallest building in the world until 1930 and whilst in modern times there have been far bigger sky scrapers constructed in cities around the world, nothing competes with the beauty of the Eiffel Tower.
Unlike other sky scrapers that have been constructed for commercial use, the shape of the Eiffel Tower is not obstructed by other buildings which means that you can see it from almost anywhere in the city. There is nothing more romantic than walking down a random side street and being greeted by this beautiful beacon.