Lex Modern

Looks still available

See All Lex Modern Products

About Lex Modern

Lovers of contemporary decor can bring children’s rooms into the mix with art from Lex Modern. The company was started by Melanie and Philip Young, whose interior design backgrounds and experience as new parents were key components in the development of their line. The exuberant collection consists of twenty-eight eco-friendly prints on canvas. Their artworks, which feature fun graphics like guitars, skulls, and cherry-topped ice-cream cones, come in a range of sizes and unique color combinations.

Past Sales Featuring Lex Modern

Sale Ended March 12, 2012

Lex Modern Artwork for Kids

Do your munchkin's bedroom walls need a splash of color? This playful artwork will help make your kid's cove picture perfect. Animals, guitars, trucks, and pinwheels grace the canvases we have here, and if you need other decor staples, we've got a plethora of rugs and furniture too.

Sale Ended May 02, 2010

I Love You, Mom: Petit Bateau, Hiho Batik and More

They may not even talk yet, but in these jammies, tees and dresses, babies can say, “I love you, Mommy!” loud and proud. Tots in tattoo prints make the cutest Mother’s Day surprises, and moms-to-be will love these gift sets with all the pampering necessities like bath milk, leg lotion and belly balm.

Sale Ended August 05, 2011

Lex Modern: Artwork for Your Child's Room

Decorating little kids’ rooms needn’t be a pastel-only endeavor. These stretched canvas prints, which buck baby tradition with their bold hues, should provide you with plenty of (alternative) inspiration. And the art is full of unexpected themes: Look out for guitars and trucks, as well as animal motifs, from giraffes to the occasional off-center monkey, and more.

Sale Ended July 06, 2010

Lex Modern

Decorating little kids’ rooms shouldn’t be a pastel-only endeavor, and these stretched-canvas prints prove why. They not only buck babyish tradition with their pronounced hues, but the art is also bold, graphic and full of unexpected themes. Look out for guitars, skulls, the occasional off-center monkey, and more.