Scenario: You have a room with a big blank wall that absolutely demands decoration but you have very little money to spend. What do you do?! Aha!! I’ve been researching inexpensive wall art ideas……
Solution 1: Wait patiently while you save your pennies and use the time to research the perfect piece. Very responsible.
Solution 2: Grab some blackboard paint and a giant frame (or just go straight to the wall), paint or mount on said wall and get busy with some chalk. Ever changeable and low cost.
Solution 3: Hunt down an inexpensive frame from the cheap shop in town and collage your favourite photos. Fun and memorable.
Solution 4: Dig out your oldest magazines, tear out the pages that made you keep them and use blutack to fill the empty space with inspiration. Organised and environmentally friendly.
Solution 5: Aquire some grid mesh and use bulldog clips and hooks to display postcards, magnets and everyday bits and pieces. Creative and convenient.
Solution 6: Do you have a beautiful quilt or blanket folded amongst your linen? Get handy with some dowel, twine, ceiling hooks and clamps and hang it for everyone to appreciate. Warm and textured.
Solution 7: String lights, hooks and wooden pegs can be creatively strung to display memorabilia and keepsakes. Simple and significant.
Solution 8: Get messy and paint some fence palings or pine boards, decorate with typography and lean in an empty corner. Rare and remarkable.
Solution 9: Gather frames of various size and shape, cluster and overlap on a low side board or shelf. Easy but exceptional.
Solution 10: Wall tapestries (images printed on fabric) are now widely available online and are one of the most inexpensive ways to purchase a large artwork for a blank wall. Reasonably inexpensive and effortless.
All images via Pinterest
Where there is a will, there’s a way!! Roll up your sleeves, have some fun then stand back and be proud 🙂