Find of the Month: DiaNoche Designs

Here’s a question for you – what season do you really spend the most time on your home? I think the answer changes for everyone: for some, the winter months are great because you don’t have a yard to focus on, while for others, spring and summer means you can get some trickier projects done with extra air from the outdoors. No matter what though, it seems quite a few people are focused on prettifying their place in the fall in anticipation of holiday guests. As the leaves begin to turn colour, I thought it might be high time to feature a design brand with some very cool features – DiaNoche Designs.

DiaNoche Designs Illuminated Wall Art
Based in Colorado, the heart and soul of the company comes from their incredibly unique line of illuminated art. If you’ve never seen such a thing (I certainly hadn’t), essentially what looks like a piece of art during the day comes to life at night when it’s illuminated by a backlit panel.  As long as you can place the piece close to an outlet, you can discretely dazzle your guests as the night progresses by removing the cord during the day, or purchasing a cord cover to hide or match your decor.

DiaNoche Designs Children's Illuminated Wall Art
Alternatively, DiaNoche Designs carries plenty of kid-friendly styles that work wonders as nightlights that capture the imagination. The illuminated art pieces are outfitted with energy efficient LED lights, meaning they last for up to 50,000 hours. Plus, they have a handy on / off switch and detachable power cord. Prices for the art vary by size, but range in price from start $150- $450, making them ideal housewarming, wedding, or even anniversary gifts. If you’re not sure what exactly your giftee would love, you can also pick up a gift certificate so they can peruse to their heart’s content.

DiaNoche Designs Other Products
What’s extra cool is DiaNoche Designs has expanded their line to a number of other complementary pieces. If you fall in love with a particular piece of artwork, you can purchase a matching duvet cover, pillow, throw blanket, or shower curtain. The brand sources their imagery from a number of independent artists (including some Canadians!), so if you’re drawn to a particular style, you can also just mix-and-match various pieces from a single artist, or multiple artists with similar aesthetics for a complementary effect. I recommend a visit to the DiaNoche Designs ‘Decor Ideas’ section on their website (link to come!) for ideas on which artists work well together.

DiaNoche Designs Prints
In terms of the styles, they’re really all over the map in a good way, but in general provide a serious pop of colour. You can go with really realistic, photographic imagery, abstract paintings, childlike illustrations, or artistic vistas and objects – honestly it’s so easy to find one (or a dozen) styles to like. You can even use your own photos, art, or child’s art on any of their products for no additional charge.  If you find an image applied to one object but not another, it can actually be applied to almost everything that DiaNoche Designs produces. I really love the idea of locking into an image and then building a room around it, which is particularly easy to do with a child’s room or a bathroom.

DiaNoche Designs Shower Curtain
Shipping is actually pretty reasonable when you consider the size and scale of items – no matter what item you choose, it’s $20, with additional items clocking in for $15 a piece when ordered at the same time (at least via their Etsy store).

DiaNoche Designs Backlit Art
I’m also psyched because DiaNoche Designs has just launched a new site which is very much worth a browse. And there you have it – several fresh ways to liven up your walls, bed, couch, or bathroom as we roll through the fall season. I hope you’ve enjoyed learning about DiaNoche Designs – plus stay tuned for some featurettes on their Canadian artisans in the coming weeks. In the meantime, one of you lucky readers is going to score a $150 piece of illuminated art! Here’s how to enter:

1) Leave a comment by September 30th, including a link back to your favourite piece of art from DiaNoche Designs and what you’d apply it to (blanket? duvet? illuminated art?).

2) Entries are limited to one per person / per email address / per household (or more if you score bonus entries). A random draw will be conducted on or around October 1st to select the winners, who will have 48 hours to respond before another winner is chosen in their place.

3) Entries are limited to Canadians that have reached the age of majority in their province. Quebec is not eligible for this promotion.

4) Bonus Entry: There will, of course, be multiple ways to earn bonus entries for this giveaway throughout the month – it’s in your best interest to subscribe to the CGG to stay in the loop kids! But to start – pin up to three of your favourite items from the DiaNoche Designs site and leave links back to those Pins to score yourself up to three bonus entries!

107 Responses to “Find of the Month: DiaNoche Designs”
  1. Debbie Bashford says:

    Wow! I really love this site, such unique items and I love their illuminated art! What a brilliant idea..Picking one favourite item is hard, then picking the design on it is even harder. I do want to see this hanging in my home, it’s the Beautiful Fall Landscape

  2. Julie G. says:

    I really like the illuminated art – so unique. I like this one – Infinite Oz

  3. janicourj says:

    It took me a long time to decide a favourite, as had so many. I would have thisas illuminated art I am unable to get the pinterest link to work here.

  4. I really love the Wizard of Oz piece. She had beautiful work though. I love so many.

  5. cookie3 says:

    OMG!! What a great site. Beautiful pieces. Very hard to decide on a favorite but I have to say this one really caught my eye.

  6. Susan says:

    What a great idea! Love them for a child’s room. My favourite piece of art is “It’s Time to Take an Adventure” wall art.

  7. Grace F says:

    Is the illuminated art ever stunning! Now this is really off the hook Brittany!!! All the pieces are beautiful, but if I had to pick a fave, I’d go with A quiet night on the water (the colours drew me in right away).

  8. Joan G says:

    Took a while to decide but I’ve chosen the Early Morning Mist Captured in the Rocky Mountains as a piece of Illuminated art

  9. You are asking a lot of me to narrow it down to just 1! 😛

    But I think this one really warms my heart:

  10. stacey h says:

    the calming birds wall art – this would look great in my living room

  11. Annie Demill says:

    Very hard to choose but I would pick this one :

    My 3 favourite pinned to my decorating board

  12. Louise says:

    I love this one this one would well on a duvet cover too. I found this one so beautiful

  13. i love the art pieces and would love to win one of them

  14. These are all so nice and any would fit wonderfully in my home. But having to pick only 1 favorite I would have to say:

  15. I like the llluminated Wall Art by Aja-Ann called Midnight Harbor xxxii

  16. Elaine R says:

    I would choose this lovely art by Julia Di Sano to be put on a pillow.

  17. Tina L. says:

    I love the illuminated art to hang in the hallway. There were so many choices that I had a hard time picking just one. But right now, I would go with Blue Sail.

  18. Pamela Tamming says:

    Beautiful artwork

  19. Beth Rosell says:

    The Yoda shower curtain is my fav piece. I would definately apply the certificate to that –

  20. Beth Rosell says:

    First pin from Dianoch Designs –

  21. Beth Rosell says:

    Second pin from Dianoch Designs –

  22. Beth Rosell says:

    Third pin from Dianoch Designs –

  23. Jessica Pang says:

    Amazing. I love the flamingo bedsheet.

  24. Francesca Douglas says:

    It really was a hard decision between the Darth Vada deign and the Yoda one…but after a lot of deliberation I have decided that my favourite is Yoda. I think this would look maxing as illuminated wall art!!!

  25. I looove the turquoise spotty arty thing – (A Fun and Colorful Splash of Colors). I’d keep it as illuminated wall art. That’s such a cool idea.

  26. It is hard to choose just three:

  27. CLC says:

    This is my favourite piece and I would use it as illuminated wall art. It’s very classy.

  28. patti says:

    I absolutely love the paintings, my favourite one is the owls..just love owls.. 😉

  29. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    my favourite design is llluminated Wall Art by Tooshtoosh Traveling Wonders: This would be fantastic for my next in-the-making grandchild.

  30. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I’m not sure if my daughter would want it hanging on the wall or perhaps as a blanket for the baby.

  31. Angela Mitchell says:

  32. nicolthepickle says:

    I would choose the llluminated Wall Art
    by Megan Duncanson MADART
    Family Joy I

  33. Karen Morine says:

    The mist in the Rockies

  34. darci says:

    \I love this castle one, it is so cool! I would probably create one of my own from a photo though if given the choice!

  35. Karen Morine says:

    This art is beautiful!

  36. Alison K says:

    My favourite piece of art from DiaNoche Designs is Lam Fuk Tim’s Abstract Blossom II & I would apply it to a duvet …

  37. stacey h says:

    pin #1

  38. stacey h says:

    pin 2

  39. stacey h says:

    pin 3

  40. Betty S says:

    What great pieces. I love the design your own, I have some great pictures



  42. Natalie S says:

    I can’t decided between or as a nightlight in a nursery. I love the realism and colour of the giraffe, and the other reminds me of one of my favourite childhood movies; Ferngully.

  43. JO says:

    Love the ingenuity with the Illuminated Art pieces!
    Pacific Fireworks is one of my favorites!

  44. Wanda Bergman says:

    I like Yoda and would apply him to a bath rug.

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