21/02/2017

Budget Friendly Wall Art

We are currently making a few changes to our home, nothing major, just updating some of the furniture and switching rooms around a little. One thing I really want to start collecting is more artwork because it can be so transformative in a space and I feel our walls are really bare at the moment.
Of course, this creates the usual dilemma - I want all the things but don't have the budget! Plus I can be a bit fussy and can be known to change my mind so I would have to seriously LOVE a piece of art to invest a lot of money in it. This got me thinking about some ideas for budget friendly wall art.

Budget Friendly Wall Art
This whimsical plate wall is a great way to add some colour and interest to a space and also a nice way to display treasured keepsakes too
Budget Friendly Wall Art
I LOVE this DIY abstract scribble made with acrylic marker pens - I seriously have to have a go at this myself!
Budget Friendly Wall Art
Thinking outside the box always helps to save money - art doesn't have to be paintings, my husband is Turkish so we added a Turkish flag to an old frame and hung it up in our kitchen, it has added so much colour to the space! You could also do a similar thing with your favourite fabric or a piece of wallpaper.
Budget Friendly Wall Art
Printed photos can make a strinking wall feature - companies like Paperwave will print your social photos onto posters, and canvas or even frame them for you.
Budget Friendly Wall Art
Hanging a rug on the wall is a great alternative to more 'traditional' art and adds an extra layer of texture to a room.
Budget Friendly Wall Art
Framing magazine covers or pages is another way to think outside the box, if an image appeals to you why not frame it and add to your wall?!
Budget Friendly Wall Art
Etsy is a great resource for affordable art, I love the print above but an even more budget friendly option is to have a go yourself, type out a saying you like, choose a favourite font and print onto card.
Budget Friendly Wall Art
When everything is mixed together on a gallery wall, it has so much more impact and allows you to add other wall decor such as mirrors, stars and letters.
If you guys have any other ideas for budget friendly wall art, please leave a comment below, I'm hoping to fill every room in the house with some form of art so I'm in need of some budget saving ideas! 

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