An easy way to spice up your space is by adding fresh art to your walls. I’ve put together a round-up of my favorite go-to resources for affordable art. In the spotlight are west elm, Society6, and Etsy.
West elm has a wide range of art…all fabulous. The above Minted for west elm – Staredown piece, which measures 40″w x 30″l, is only $249. Large photo prints are extremely popular right now, and for under $250 (framed!), this pieces is a steal!
The four Clinton Friedman pieces are quite possibly my favorites from west elm! They’ve been around for years, but, by no means, are they “old.” With great color and interesting compositions, these will hopefully be around for many more years to come (at least until I can purchase the set!)!
Society6. If you want to make a gallery wall in your home, shop Society6. There are thousands of prints of all sizes and styles at extremely affordable prices. The prints pictured above are all $18 or under. Order several prints, purchase IKEA’s readymade frames, and go art happy!
Who doesn’t love Etsy? You can find anything from vintage artwork to wooden sculptures to screen prints to paintings to pottery…you get the picture. And, that’s just in the “Art” category. Prices range greatly, some are a bit expensive, but you can find thousands of unique pieces at an affordable price.
but first coffee print by Handsome Craft available in several sizes starting at $16 / Abstract painting giclee print by LoloDonaghue. 36″ square for $200. Smaller sizes available. / Florida State wood cut print by Pear Collective. $14-$24.
What are your go-to resources for artwork?