We’ve been there before—we want our walls to sing with amazing art pieces, but we can’t afford the objects of our desire. So, instead of hunting down more affordable art, we tend to endure empty walls while we save money for the pieces we’re pining after. But saving up (although a respectable way to save!) is no longer a good excuse for having barren walls. Art doesn’t have to be expensive or feel too permanent. So, forget longevity. Adorning your walls with art will turn a home into your home, and we recommend that you buy art you’re digging right now. The second you grow tired of your works of art? Change ‘em out for something else. You won’t feel guilty if the pieces didn’t cost you a fortune.
To help you get the ball rolling, click through the slideshow ahead to find art that won’t break the bank. Fill up those walls and settle into your home once and for all.
Number 17 – Collage, Good Neighbours, $166
Scared of wallpaper? Get your wall popping with this bold piece of art instead. This original collage artwork by Aliyah Hussain will invite plenty of character and color to your space.
Lily Pond Lane, Beth Hoeckel, $24.99
We’re big fans of Beth Hoeckel’s rad prints, specifically her unapologetic and dynamically bold approach to collages. This dreamy option being one phenomenal example.
Bitmap’d The Fuck Up, bad boy nice girl, $100
Is anyone else getting a serious dose of nostalgia with this one? It may just be us but this vibrant print is serving out major Microsoft Paint vibes, circa 1999.
“Pink Abstract I” Print, The Aestate, $19
Brighten up your room with this pink print of an original watercolor, which encompasses a slew of tonal variations of the classic hue.
Leonardo DiCaprio Print, Art Markit, from $50
Instead of another run-of-the-mill poster, liven up your space with a kind of weird, but mostly awesome, print instead.
Sombra Canvas Art, Oliver Gal, $80
This piece is on canvas, making it all the more luxe (and still under $100).
Kimberley Dhollander Dreamy Houses Art Print, Urban Outfitters, $19
This inspired print is beautifully dominated by color and structure, depicting a scene that offers up serious wanderlust. Think of any large, empty wall as your new gallery wall Not sure where to get started? We’ve got your back. Try this guide.
Path of Life Wall Art, Minted, $185
Still not sure what piece to settle on? A black and white option is always timeless and this abstract print is not a bad place to start.
Art Deco Los Angeles Print, Capricorn Press, $34.99
Looking for something that skews more towards the Art-Deco? This print might just be your answer. Inspired by antique travel brochures, it’s available in three varied color schemes and manages to also pack in plenty of punch.
Originally published April 2017. Updated March 2018.
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