Two things that are super trending right now – geometric everything and faux trophy deer heads. I love both. How about you?

Just yesterday I used a gift card to Uncommon Goods on a cardboard deer head for my office (thanks Joe and Rebecca!). How fun is this? I plan on spray painting it gold, of course. 🙂

My purchase left me feeling inspired, and I decided to share some FREE desktop wallpapers.  I hope you enjoy them!

Download your Free geometric deer desktop wallpapers here!

What do you think? See one you like?

Download your Free geometric deer desktop wallpapers here!


I really love seeing my wallpapers out in the wild on your computers, and greatly appreciate it when you tag me in your InstaTwitter, or Facebook photos. I also truly appreciate it when you Pin my work!




How to set up desktop background in Windows
The simplest way to set a picture as the desktop wallpaper is to open it so that you can see the image, and then right-click it to choose Set as desktop background. You also see this option when you right-click the picture file in Windows Explorer; you don’t even have to open the picture to set it as the desktop background.

How to set up desktop background on a Mac
Choose Apple () menu > System Preferences, then click Desktop & Screen Saver. From the Desktop tab, select a folder of images on the left, then click an image on the right. Desktop & Screen Saver preferences window To add a folder of your own images, click the Add button below the list of folders. For more information about the settings in this window, click the question-mark icon in the corner of the window.


You might also like my easy DIY deer antler decor project!




  1. Hi, the gold one is amazing! Could you also make a poster format available? The wallpaper version is unfortunately too small to put up on the wall above the fireplace 🙂
    (anthony @ vandeveen . me)

  2. My Story. After my daughter graduated from college, she moved to Japan … with just two suitcases of things … to teach English there indefinitely. Her subsequent boyfriend also moved there with just his two suitcases of things. Three years later, they decided to leave Japan and move to Scotland. Both left Japan with the same two suitcases of things that they had arrived with. They both abhor accumulating things because when the whim hits, they want to be able to move again … each with just two suitcases of things. Many of us try to teach our children not be materialistic, but I may have taken it too far with her! (Keep reading — I do actually have a point to this story!) It is difficult to buy gifts for my daughter because of the aforementioned two-suitcase limit, but when they came to visit for Christmas, she did agree to accept a moose trophy head, very similar to yours. (It came folded flat and fit into the ONE suitcase they travel with.) When she hung it on her wall back in Scotland, she mentioned that it almost made her want to decorate her apartment more. Almost. Your post happily reminded me of that one "perfect" gift and gave me a glimmer of hope that she shares a modicum of decorating talent with you!

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