I was wasting time on Pinterest, looking at different blogs the other day when I discovered an amazing post from the blog Style by Emily Henderson. The post was called Top 5 Most Affordable Online Art Sources. I started clicking around and discovered so many bargains from the resources. I couldn’t just keep that information all to myself — I had to share these great resources with YOU. Here are some pieces that I found:
That is a framed and matted 1900 map of Paris from 20 x 200. Framed and matted for $200? You can’t find that just anywhere. Oh and if you just want the map it’s $60. What a bargain!
I was very tempted to purchase the above framed photograph as a Christmas or birthday present for one of my Alabama fan family members. Also, know that there are different frame options: black, white, natural, with or without a matte (I’ll take the matted white for my apartment, thanks). [Animal Locomation] Also from 20 x 200.
These Embroidery Flowers by Emily Renouf would look so cute in a kitchen, bathroom, or children’s room. At $25, how could you not buy? [from Little Paper Planes]
Kristofer Mills Print 3
Kristofer Mills Print 2. The above two prints remind me of the abstract black and white drawings that I’m working on for my own apartment. In a gallery wall together they would look so great and add just the right modern/abstract touch to a traditional interior. For $65 and $35 repectively, all they need is a simple Hobby Lobby white frame and they’re ready to hang!
Moving on to Mammoth & Company, we have Taryn Coulsons’ Cobalt Teal I acrylic painting. The price is $350 for a 16 x 20 because this is an original painting. How pretty are those blues? Once again, an abstract piece like this would add just the right modern touch to a traditional space. It is also available as an 8 x 10 print for $20!!!
I love the horse photographs by Troy Moth. This is just one of the many available on Mammoth & Company’s website. See more here and here. Love the horses and I’m not even a “horse person”.
HOW cute is the giraffe above? Seriously this doesn’t even have to go in a kid’s room – it’s a great conversation piece for just $18! From Society 6.
History Lesson by Emily Rickard. You can get it on a stretched canvas for $85 – no frame required!
Oh Deer by The Lepolas from The Calm Gallery. 15.5 x 21.5 for $28.63.
And of course, Society 6 has my favorite poster, Keep Calm and Carry On, in a variety of colors ($28.63 each). I love the grey one above because it’s so calm.
That’s all I have for now, but take a look yourself and see what you find :)
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