TLC for your Living Room | Meredith Rose Prints

Meredith Rose is a dear friend who not only captures beautiful photos but also creates beautiful prints. 

These beautiful prints feature some of the most stunning landscapes here in Vancouver Island and the Pacific Northwest, making it a great addition to any living room or workspace. 

We sometimes see self-care as an action that we direct towards ourselves. But I also find that one of the best ways to nurture our minds and spirits is by creating a space that allows us to be safe and grounded. 

What better way to do this than incorporating soothing colours, detoxifying houseplants and beautiful art in our home?

uBlossom’s Special Offering with Meredith Rose

meredith rose special offer

We’re making it a lot easier for you to create a sanctuary within your home. For a limited time uBlossom Members will receive $25 off any 24 x 36 canvas from Meredith Rose Photography. 

From picturesque seascapes to beautiful organic elements, Meredith really does capture the beauty of nature in her prints. 

This offer is available until January 1st, making it a great gift, or a wonderful way to express a little self-care during this holiday season.

You can view her selection of prints on her website

About Meredith Rose

Born with deep roots in Campbell River, BC. Meredith Rose now resides in Cumberland on Vancouver Island. She is always on the lookout for uniquely beautiful things in nature and in people, from the texture of a petal to the beautiful hearts of people she meets. 

With an innate love for her subject, finding beauty is her state of mind. 

Having started out making photographs, she has ventured deeply into portrait photography and is making a return to her original muse – nature. 

Each print in her offering is captured in reverence for Mother Nature. Her intention is to inspire others to bring a piece of nature into their homes. Outside in. 


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