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10 cheap wall art ideas that will make your apartment look fancier
Turn your home into a MoMA exhibition.
Presented by Society6
When it comes to choosing wall art for your home, you don’t want to sacrifice quality for price. Now, you don’t have to.
Society6 gathered artists and their best designs so it could launch a massive collection of budget-friendly wall art. This way, every space in your home and office can be embellished as you see fit. The company is making the process of decorating your apartment a lot like designing the home for your Sims. Just click, buy, and hang up!
Listed below are a few pieces of wall art guaranteed to take your apartment from drab to fab!
A gallery quality Giclée print that’s been custom trimmed with a one-inch border for framing. Available in three sizes. Perfect for a space that could use some color (and maybe a touch of the wild).
Give your space a modern edge with brilliant metal art printed on 1/16” thick aluminum sheet canvas. Available in four sizes. An ideal piece to hang over a bed or a sofa.
3) Peach Milk
Crafted from yarns in varying textures and patterns, this wall hanging is a super cute, simple alternative to the standard tapestry. Available in two sizes.
4) Red Roses
Make your space beautiful and romantic with radiant roses printed on 1/16” thick aluminum sheet canvas. Available in three sizes.
5) Joshua Tree
Bring the outdoors in with this black and white California desert printed on 1/16” thick aluminum sheet canvas. Available in four sizes.
This wood wall hanging features nine pieces in one. Perfect if you’re looking for something bold! Much like Spring Morning, this is also a multi-piece wall design made of Baltic birch squares. Piece them together any way you like and adjust the spacing to fit your style. Available in three sizes, starting with 3×3 feet.
Perfect for your goth girlfriend, this mixed media wall hanging is easier to set up than a traditional tapestry. It includes everything needed to hang it and is available in two sizes.
Crafted from yarns in varying textures and patterns, this wall hanging brings a bit of the west coast home to you. It includes everything needed to hang and is available in two sizes.
You can never go wrong with a vector framed art print. It’s a modern look with an understated angle to give your design depth. Available in six sizes, with white, black or red frame options.
10) Spring Morning
A multi-piece wall design composed of nine Baltic birch squares – just piece them together to form the full design. Plus, you can adjust the spacing between the pieces for a personal touch. Available in three sizes.
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Marisa Losciale specializes in NSFW culture, audio gear, and photography. A former editorial and photo director for Spoon University at SUNY New Paltz, her work has been featured in the Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies, Post-Trash, the New Paltz Oracle, and the Legislative Gazette.