A few years back I really started having such an appreciation for beautiful and eclectic pieces of artwork. I feel like different artwork brings personality and breathes such a warmth into your home that others can also enjoy when they enter.
The beauty of buying different art is that you can find it in so many ways and it doesn’t have to be extremely out of your budget. Here are some budget friendly ways to find art for your home:
- Do you have a favorite place that you visit that is meaningful to you or a special piece of art one of your kids gave you? Awesome why not frame it?
- Thrifting is one of my favorite places to go and get pretty unique pieces to use around your house
- Another trick I love is to Google image a favorite image of mine and then print it out by saving it to a photo in my phone.
- If you want to look for something specific that you want to purchase framed some of my go to places to look online are minted.com (which is definitely pricier) but the pieces are beautiful and SO unique. You can choose the frame color, and the size you need. Think of these pieces as an investment piece that you will have for a long period of time. Society6.com, has great prints and they are very affordable they also come framed and a large selection to choose from. Amazon.com always has a great selection and I know you can even buy just the prints themselves and then put a frame you already have in it.
I love a good gallery wall and I think they are such a fun way to bring together your favorite pieces all in one place. If you are not sure how to lay out a gallery wall you can measure out the sizing of the frames and place paper in the location of where you would like all of the photos to go. This way you have a visual of what it will look like and then can change it as needed.
I put together below some of my favorite artwork pieces from the sources I have listed above:
Something to remember is their is no right or wrong way to decorate your home with different art pieces. If you like a look that involves the art work to all flow together and have one type of look and feel then you can. Or if you like a more eclectic vibe by mixing and matching that is also an option. I encourage you to try it and have fun with it:)