Use these stunning affordable prints to transform the vibe of your space without breaking the bank.
You don’t have to spend gobs of money to create a stylish pad. Whether you’re decorating your bedroom, living room, or bathroom, you want art that expresses your unique style.
A great print can fool even the most-distinguishing art connoisseur into thinking you own an original work of art. Show your friends and family you have excellent taste by buying art prints that convey your sophistication, elegance, or hipness.
When buying prints, make sure they are printed with quality ink on high-quality paper or canvas and framed properly. The most-realistic-looking prints are reproductions of drawings, screenprints, digital art, photographs, and watercolors. Prints of oil and acrylic paintings can still look great, but the more painterly a painting is, the less real the 2-D print looks because it flattens the paint strokes.
In this post, I’m going to show you some gorgeous cheap wall art prints that I absolutely love. You can’t go wrong with any one of these prints and many of them are under $100. Some are under $20! I’m going to tell you a little bit about each artist, discuss why I love each piece, and give you some ideas about how to display them.
This post is all about my favorite cheap wall art prints to dress up any room.
Stunning Cheap Wall Art Prints
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1. Lily Pond Lane by Beth Hoeckel
Beth Hoeckel is a fantastic collage artist. Her work is whimsical and perfect for just about anywhere. You can buy this piece as large as 28″ x 28″ or as small as 8″ x 8″.
Here’s the frame I’d recommend for it:
2. The White Whale by Terry Fan
Thar she blows! This beauty from Terry Fan is framed with white, giving it a classical, yet modern feel. I love, love, love Terry’s work. Check out a few more of Terry’s prints below.
3. Italy Coast Houses by Ana Rut Bre
Ana Rut Bre is a graphic designer living in Western Germany. Her artwork is minimal, colorful, and bold. This print reminds me of my time at the Amalfi Coast in Italy.
4. Let the Sunshine In by Kristian Gallagher
Artist Kristian Gallagher creates airy, tropical, sunny artwork. The golden sun is simple, yet so inviting. I especially like it with the white frame (as pictured above).
5. Indigo Mountains by SpaceFrog Designs
SpaceFrog Designs are a husband and wife design team. Karen has a passion for nature. Her use of textures, colors, and shapes gives her work rich depth. I love the touch of metallic in this print.
More stunning prints by SpaceFrog Designs:
6. Woman With Flowers by Dada22
Dada22 creates these amazing collages and minimalistic drawings. I can imagine this piece in a feminine bedroom or living room. This one is printed on 100% cotton rag paper and framed in white. You can choose from different sizes and finishes (including canvas or even a fabric wall hanging).
7. Nude in Yellow by Little Dean
This artist’s work reminds me of a cross between Matisse and Picasso. Little Dean works with bold colors and shapes. “Nude in Yellow” sets a modern vibe. Think minimalist, white or cement walls, clean lines, monochromatic furniture with pops of color, and this beauty on the wall.
8. Zest by Florent Bodart
Lemonade anyone? This fun piece by Florent Bodart will brighten up any kitchen. Get it on canvas (as shown above) or printed on paper.
9. Abstract Line Art 12 by ThingDesign
It’s as if someone took a felt-tipped pen and started doodling in the dark. Like shifting cloud shapes, this piece by ThingDesign will have you seeing lips one second and eyes the next. The bold black frame really sets it off.
10. I Saw Her In The Library by Emily Winfield Martin
The only thing that equals my love for art is my love for books. “I Saw Her In The Library” by Emily Winfield Martin captures that feeling of bliss when you’re in the middle of a good book and just can’t stop turning pages. It’s printed on quality canvas and can be hung on the wall as-is without a frame.
11. Butts by Julia Heffernan
Yes, you read that right, “Butts” by Julia Heffernan. I cannot think of anything better to put in a bathroom. It’ll give you a little smile every time you see it. Doesn’t the red frame make it pop?
12. Illusionary Boat Ride by Taudalpoi
Digital collage created by Taudalpoi printed on canvas. The illusion of the black and white waves makes it look almost 3-D. It’s retro and modern at the same time.
13. Foggy Pine Trees by Andreas12
Yep, this tranquil piece by Andreas12 is printed on wood. Nine smaller wood squares make up the piece. Each square is 1/2″ thick Baltic Birchwood.
14. Holding the Light by Nadja
“Holding the Light” by Nadja is simple, symbolic, and uplifting. This is the right piece to brighten up your meditation nook or bring joy to any empty wall.
More works by Nadja:
15. Exotic Garden – Night XXI by Burcu Korkmazyurek
Hang this piece by Burcu Korkmazyurek in your mudroom or cozy cabin. It works especially well with dark walls and rich colors.
16. Peach Harvest by Leanne Simpson
Leanne Simpson is an Australian illustrator who has created some incredible veggie and fruit prints. Her “Peach Harvest” can be taken in a more traditional direction, as pictured above, by using a wood frame or a more modern direction by using a minimalistic black or white frame. You could also go with a canvas print.
17. Pink Butterflies by Lindsey Kay
This breathtaking butterfly print by Lindsey Kay reminds me of illustrations in biology books, but with more feminine flair. It will give that special touch to any room.
18. Minimalism 1 by Iris Lehnhardt
Iris Lehnhardt is an abstract artist living in Germany. She uses large, expressive brushstrokes and lets the paint take on a life of its own, creating intriguing textures and patterns.
19. Leopard Vase by Megan Galante
Doesn’t this print remind you of a Hermès scarf? It’s featured above on canvas. I love Megan Galante’s use of color. The bold blue and black with the muted pink and grey is just wonderful. This piece belongs on the fashionista’s wall.
Fun Bonus Idea: Create an Elegant Gallery Wall
Buy nine 8″ x 8″ square prints and frame them with these:
Before You Buy
All of the wall art prints shown above come in different sizes and finishes. Before you buy a print, be sure to measure the wall space you are trying to fill so that you will know what size to buy. If you want to find your own frame from Amazon (or your local frame shop), just buy the print on cotton paper. You can also buy prints already framed or printed on wood or canvas. Check out all available options before making your selection.
This post was all about cheap wall art prints we love.
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