the makings of a gallery wall

I’m pretty sure I’ve mentioned before that I’m furnishing an apartment. It’s probably the most exciting thing I’ve ever done, creatively speaking. One thing I’m having a little trouble with, though, besides finding a cheap couch in decent condition, is finding art/images/photos to fill a gallery wall. So far, I’ve collected a few photos and some unattributed art from Pinterest in a folder on my desktop. Click through to see my finds!

abstract watercolor print(by Robert Clarke)

Unfortunately, nice art is super expensive. Basically, I just get lost on Etsy looking for inspiration or cheap finds. Then I realize, I could totally make this! Most of the art I’m drawn to is simple and minimalistic and therefore fairly easy to replicate. I would consider splurging on a few of these pieces, though.

iris grace paintingsThis painting is by Iris Grace, a three-and-a-half year-old with Autism. Pretty amazing and splurge-worthy right?

coco chanel by paper fashion katie rodgersBy Katie Rodgers of Paper Fashion

cocoa and hearts artwork by jen ramosThis is one I could definitely re-create… By Jen Ramos of Cocoa & Heathers

watercolor tiger from agent & artists

A Pinterest find from Agents & Artists that is sadly no longer available

vintage map of franceThe Graphics Fairy is a treasure trove of free printables.

free botanical print poppytalkvia Poppytalk

To see even MORE art that I love, check out my Pinterest board, Art + Photos.

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the makings of a gallery wall

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