5 Inexpensive Sources for Art
Filling your home with gorgeous can be expensive so I have lots of ideas for how to fill those walls without emptying your wallet!
I have mentioned this tip in other blog posts. Doing a simple Pinterest search for free downloadable art will offer a treasure trove of art options that won't cost you a dime. You can print your art at home on good quality art paper or have them inexpensively printed somewhere like Costco or Staples.
I am a lover of all things vintage, and Etsy has a wide array of sellers that offer incredible inexpensive vintage art prints you can download to your computer that will make your home look like you filled it with high end art! I only spent $14 on the digital art for the basement makeover! Can you even?!
3. Family Photos
I don't always see big home bloggers fill their walls with family photos, but I absolutely love to display the people I love most in my home! Create an entire wall of different family photos or mix them in with other art. Want a bold way to display your family shots whether they were taken by a professional photographer or not? Have them all printed in black and white for a cohesive look like we did for our staircase!
4. Thrift Stores
You can find incredibly beautiful art prints in thrift stores, but it might take some patience. Don't be discouraged after only looking in one store. Good things come to those who thrift often!
5. DIY Art
There are so many easy DIY tutorials for wall art out there! I have been wanting to make my own textured art with hot glue for a while, and the basement makeover was the perfect opportunity to finally try it! Find the full tutorial here!
Looking for tips for how to put a gallery wall together? Don't miss this post!
Do you have another sources for affordable artwork I didn't mention here? Let me know in the comments! I'd love to be inspired by you too! Don't forget to follow along on Instagram for more DIYs, simple styling tips and a peek inside our every day life!