The best places to find cheap and stunning art for your home.
Most walls look bare without the addition of some art, but you don’t want to be spending hundreds on masterpieces for your home. You also probably don’t want the same Ikea stock image art that you see in most homes. So we have put together a little guide on where to find bargains, good websites to try and some DIY art for you craft lovers that are easy and fun to make.
Etsy.co.uk You can find some great wall art for low prices on Etsy. There are also sets so you can get three prints on offer. Do bear in mind that only some shops on Etsy will frame the art for you, most will only send you paper prints to frame yourself at home.
Art.co.uk you can order prints of expensive or well-known paintings and frames for them. They’ve got prints from a huge selection of artists and landscape photography.
Desenio.co.uk A wide selection of framed posters, beautiful sketches, quotes and photography. This company is one of my favourites. They give back to the environment by planting 2 trees for every tree they have used.
Made.com If you ‘re looking for something a bit more abstract, Made is for you. They have graphic maps, illustrations, iconic pictures and magazine covers. They are pricier than the above online shops, but a lot of this art is one of a kind.
For vintage art look around antique shops, car boot sales and country fairs. These are some of the best places to find framed vintage art.
If you’re in an artistic mood you should pick up some blank canvases, this website has three for £10. You can get sample paint pots very cheap from Seagulls Paint in Kirkstall and get creative. If you’re like me and you lack an artistic flare just do brush stroke art horizontally. Get some inspiration from Pinterest for artwork you can be proud to hang on your wall.