I’ve been reflecting on all of the home decor items from this past year and trying to decide on my all-time favorite art pieces.
It’s become evident fairly quickly that many of my favorite pieces are wall hangings, fine art, and beautiful paintings that make the perfect wall art from Amazon. Maybe, it’s not a surprise if you have been around a while because great quality wall decor plays a critical role in all of my designs.
Original art is awesome and can be a great way to support local artists and fill those empty walls. But even for a small space, wall art sets can get expensive. So I thought it would be fun to curate my Top 10 pieces of art via amazon and share my list with y’all.
Lots of you want ways to get art – affordable and quick. I don’t blame you. So here I come to save the day.
If you’re thinking about updating your interior space try adding or swapping out the wall art sets you currently have hanging for some new pieces. I know you will love it. Here are some of my favorite affordable options you can get right away:
This is my all-time fav affordable art on Amazon because there’s something so moody yet enthralling about the simplicity of this piece. This van gogh like piece looks like original artwork.
It’s a seaside landscape, but the abstract take on it draws you in with its somber tone and visuals, and y’all know I love artwork that sparks powerful emotions. Grab this canvas art quickly. You won’t regret it.
There’s always hope and beauty is everywhere. You just have to look for it. See the golden ray of sun poking through the morning gloom? I just love this piece. I have it hanging in my bedroom gallery wall. It simply makes the space sing.
Sometimes an abstract is just that – abstract. There’s no specific subject, no hidden meanings, just pure speculative art, which is perfectly encapsulated in this color block painting in the most sophisticated of ways.
Cloud On Sky
These angelic clouds would look great as a statement piece of wall artwork with a modern look in your living room. It would also make a great gift idea. I grabbed one for my bestie for her new home with giant white walls.
For her, it was the perfect choice to go with her family photos. The varying hues of blue and gray are visually striking without dominating the design, making it the perfect conversation starter.
Brown Meadow and Green Landscape Oil Painting
A moody landscape is never a wrong design choice – period. I love the muddy nature of the foreground that gives to the growth and lift of the forest. What lies in wait?
Minimalist Woman + Minimalist Man
I love the human form reduced down to a single line of ink. These are both great because of their simplistic nature. Both forms have their back to you, which is interesting and modest. What are they hiding? Grab both and incorporate them into a gallery wall now.
Sailboat on the Ocean
The open ocean has always invigorated me. Plus, I find that lots (and I do mean lots) of people gravitate towards nautical themes in their decor. If you do decide to take that route ( I can’t stop you) consider utilizing this soothing piece of art to pull the entire space together.
Everyone needs a bit of contrast in their art. I love this art piece because it’s a somewhat tribal yet modern representation made by independent artists. It would serve as an incredible focal point in a living space. It almost lulls you into a daze, doesn’t it?
This piece will pop on any wall and draw your eye right to it. Make a statement with this art in a dining room or any space for that matter. It’s really a great addition to any space needing a bold abstract design.
This piece is just gorgeous. I love the rough oil brush strokes, the muted palette of the paint colors, and warm afternoon glow.
I grew up near fields like this. I can almost feel the sun, smell the oak, and touch the summer time breeze. This is a must have for anyone who wants to have a piece that everyone will love.
This is an amazing piece to hang somewhere that needs a statement like an entryway because it instantly shouts modern austere. The monochrome freeform gives a contemporary edge, which will make any space look cool and very sleek.
Release the Hounds
I love a good baroque vibe – especially if it’s affordable. If you’ve seen my home, you might know that I have tons of moody art pieces depicting horses, oceans, and forests.
There’s something energetic and anticipatory about this piece. Who will triumph? This piece would work wonders in a den or cozy corner. Grab her quick – the price is too good.
For a pop of color, try this incredible art deco painting. It’s a great option to brighten up any bedroom or kitchen. It’s an uncomplicated piece that will work when you nee a smart pop of color.
Three Little Sheep
I love an inky oil painting. This piece is rich and deep. It would pair perfectly with walnut woods, and a room that needed a mood moment.
I have this piece in my walk-in closet. I can’t tell you how many compliments I get on it. Is it bad that it’s next to my wool sweaters?
The Swimming Hole
If you really want to turn heads and get a conversation going, original designs like this painting of a joyous summer scene are a must-have!
Use this piece as a focal point in your living room and watch as people are subconsciously drawn to its vivid details and mood, recalling long-forgotten memories of summertime.
This is for all the selenophiles out there! A simple, direct-to-the-point portrayal of the moon’s different phases. This would look best hanging on the wall where a punch of blue might be in order. I always think a newborn nursery would be fun with this too.
Going In Circles
This pair of minimalist art paintings features seemingly random doodles that look like they have a story to tell but you just can’t grasp what it is, like something just out of reach. Keep both minimalist art pieces hanging right next to each other for maximum impact in terms of visual aesthetics.
It’s Time to Decorate!
There you have it! Those are my Top 10 favorite pieces of art from Amazon, all of them are sold at affordable prices but each looks like an expensive painting made by a world-renowned artist.
Art doesn’t always have to be overly pricey in order to look credible, cover a wide range of styles, and elevate a space — it’s all about the taste level and the ability to curate great pieces from budget-friendly places.
How about you? Do you have a particular favorite out of all of these artworks? If you’re trying to think of ways to update your home’s overall look and vibe, adding one (or more) of these paintings to your decor wall will instantly liven it up with a fresh and contemporary feel. Go on, give it a try! Xoxo
Are gallery walls still a thing?
Yes! Despite being first created by the French in the 1600s, gallery walls are still popular (and this type of wall decor will likely remain popular for the foreseeable future). These wall art sets are great because you can place them in both small and larger spaces; simply plan the layout around the room!
How do you make a gallery wall look expensive?
As long as you hold a decent standard for your picture frame standards, even art prints that you have printed out can look expensive! However, don’t print them on a regular printer. Have them printed out professionally instead.
Despite costing only a fraction of the cost of the original framed prints, you’ll easily be able to create your own wall art sets for personally curated, stunning wall art!
What is the best Colour for a gallery wall?
Neutral colors like gray, beige, and white are often thought of as best. Being neutral colors, they’ll fit in effortlessly with a wide variety of colors.
How to do an inexpensive gallery wall?
You’ll want to start with deciding on a decor style and theme. The wall decor should be a reflection of your personal style (and the mood you want for the space!).
You can choose original designs or well-known pieces: the selection is up to you! To save money, purchase canvas prints—rather than originals—of the pieces you like.
Make sure all the wall panels are given an appropriate frame, then arrange and display your new gallery wall!
What color frames should I use for gallery wall?
When in doubt, time-tested design styles work great. Black/white and black/gold are two color combos with a bit of vintage flair.
For a different sense of style, true using wood frames for your wall decor. Use alternative shades for each wood frame. This will make even the plainest pieces look like limited editions!
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Anthony RodriguezSeptember 25, 2022 at 10:40 pm
Thanks. Which is. your favorite?