Hutch's First-Ever Product Makes Styling Gallery Walls A Cinch
It's simply stylish AND gives back.
You might already know Hutch as the amazing app that helps you decorate your home in no time at all. Mixing 3D technology with online shopping, the startup has made styling a beautiful space seriously simple (and fun!). Well the company is here to make your life even easier with its brand new Gallery Wall Kit. Hutch's first foray into product is a box set of framed pictures that perfectly mix together. With three options with three prints each, you can either style a smaller space or grow your gallery wall out with the entire collection.
"Hutch is all about making interior design fun, approachable, and personal," says Hutch founder and CEO, Beatrice Fischel-Bock. "The Gallery Wall Kit allows anyone to incorporate art into their home without feeling intimidated by the task. It streamlines the selection and framing processes, and comes with plenty of layout suggestions to help get you started. Art also holds a special place for me as I grew up with an artist mother and have always made art a fundamental part of my homes."
Even better? This launch was done in collaboration with the empowering non-profit Girls Inc.. with 100% of proceeds going directly to the organization! Plus, all the prints are by female artists Marleigh Culver, Kristin Texeira, and Lani Trock. Each curation gives you one work from each so you can have a variety of cool ladies showcased in your home.
"Girls Inc. is paving a better future for the next generation of girls, and we couldn't be more honored to collaborate with them on the Gallery Wall Kit. Their work creates a safe, supportive community for young women to thrive, providing countless ways for girls to learn, discover their strengths and interests, and better express themselves," shares Bock. "As a female-run company, our views and mission align naturally with those at Girls Inc."
"When women come together to collaborate, seeking pathways to support each other in true mutual benefit, we take steps towards a more just, equitable and peaceful future," adds artist Lani Trock. "One of my works included in this project, 'Empathetic Feminine Divine' reflects on these ideals, investigating the ways in which softness and the caring modalities often associated with feminine energy, can bring us closer to each other and bridge the current atmosphere of disconnection and isolation."
"As we collectively bear witness to the dissolution of the separate self, and establish a deeper understanding of our interconnectedness, this awareness holds the potential to support and propel our evolution into a more compassionate and loving society," says Trock. "I believe that the holistic empowerment of women holds the key to this transformation, and as such, I am incredibly honored to contribute work to Hutch and support Girls Inc."
With each set at $249 each, the kit is a budget-friendly way to not only add personality to your wall, but also give back. If your home needs a little artistic pop, we definitely recommend checking out Hutch's limited-edition collection.