Here are half a dozen budget art pieces, starting at under $20, you can snap up on a shoestring. Cost-effective curating at its finest!
Art is essential for transforming houses into homes. So don’t let your lack of big money be a road block when creating an oasis that is curated on small change! Here is the best budget art that is easy on the eye – and the back pocket!
Keep it simple with entry level budget art with a statement piece that won’t date. We love this art giclee print using archival inks as the standard size allows it to be framed cost-effectively also. Furthermore, the Scandinavian lilt to this print means it can work in most modern homes or office areas.
Exile Printed Textured Art, $14, available at Etsy.
The impact of this evocative, high-energy piece far outweighs its price tag! Printed in Australia, the original design is by Californian-based artist, Lis Dawning Scott. Renowned for her abstract style and high-octane pigment, Dawning Scott’s piece is as intense as it is soothing. This budget art piece is perfect for a buzzing entertainment area or chilled cul de sac.
Americanflat Exposed Print Art, $39.95, available at Zanui.
Handmade in Australia, this toucan print touches on the beauty of birds, and how bringing them inside can create a warm and wonderful energy to any space. This one is particularly suited to a nursery with its chill colours and calming nature. And the budget art price won’t stress anyone out either!
Little Design Haus Toucan Art Print, $46.90, available at Etsy.
An atmospheric print inspired by the earth and its varying components, this piece showcases textural geometric fragments floating. A subtle print that will happily suit any space. Designed by Jo Harris and Lucy Glade-Wright, founders of Hunting for George in 2010, it’s symbiotic of their contemporary and quirky sense of style.
Hunting For George Fragments Print, $79, available at Hunting For George.
Painter Linda Hunt draws inspiration from treasures found in oft-forgotten spaces, like an unswept attic or a narrow thrift store. This tulip piece is a strong representation of her soft-lined, prismatic depictions of everyday prettiness.
Linda Hunt for Artfully Walls Orange Tulips Wall Art, approx. $140, available at Anthropologie.
Middle of Nowhere by Brandon Teal is a bright geometric print designed in Melbourne. Subdued and timeless, it’s an eye-catching choice that can prove both feminine or masculine, making it perfect for her bedroom or his study.
Brandon Teal Middle of Nowhere, $199, available at Crate Expectations.
Which piece can you see perfecting your empty wall? We’d love to know what you think!