Summer may be quickly coming to a close, but a good aerial beach view never goes out of season. Photographers like Massimo Vitali, Gray Malin and Antoine Rose have demonstrated the allure of white sand, blue water, and bright beach umbrellas for some time now, but the hefty price tags aren’t in the cards for me.Cue these super talented photogs with a great eye for a good beach shot and a price tag that can’t be ignored ($31 and under!). And at 23×17 some of these could fill a large Ikea frame and make a huge statement like this!
1. Beach 17×17 | Maite Pons ($30) / 2. Beach 23×17 | Ingz ($31) / 3. Beach 23×17 | Ingz ($31) / 4. Let’s Go Swimming 17×17 | Maite Pons ($30) / 5. The Beach 17×17 | Maite Pons ($30) / 6. Longing 17×17 | Maite Pons ($31)
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I love art, but when it comes to buying stuff to hang on my walls my budget is itty-bitty. I’m having so much fun profiling some of my favorite affordable art prints by super talented independent (mostly) artists. I hope you guys are enjoying it, too!
This week I’m sharing sea-themed art for under $25 a piece. I love the ocean and bringing fun ocean-themed accents into the home. I actually have print #4 and have a special spot picked out for print #2.
1. Genesis 18 | Naptime Diaries ($14) / 2. Synchronized Swimmers | Rifle Paper Co. ($24) / 3. Waiting, Malibu 2012 | Annie Seaton via Minted ($25) / 4. You’re the Only Fish in the Sea for Me | Stay Gold Media ($10) / 5. Out to Sea | Carolyn MacLaren via Minted ($20)
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Flamingos have been trending in the art and design world for a little while now. I’m smitten with these beautiful prints by independent artists, all at great affordable prices ($30 and under!).
1. Stand Tall Darling Flaming Print | LilyandVal via Etsy ($19) / 2. Pink Flamingo Art Print of Original Gouache Watercolor Painting | FrancisMarin via Etsy ($10) / 3. Flamingo No. 2 | The Animal Print Shop ($25) / 4. Flamingo Mingle | Cozamia ($31) / 5. Kissing Flamingo Heart | Avent Creative Studios via Art.com ($30) p.s. As always, none of these are affiliate links.
Or get the look for even less – this batch below is all free printable flamingo art. You can’t beat that!
1. It’s By Your Side I Make My Home Flamingo Printable | bre purposed / 2. Vintage printable / 3. Vintage alphabet clip art / 4. Flamingo Printable | Sarah M. Dorsey / 5. Pretty in Pink Flamingos | Oh So Lovely p.s. As always, none of these are affiliate links.
And because we’re talking about flamingos – have you seen this video of flamingo chicks at the National Zoo? I still haven’t made it over there yet but this puts it higher on the to-do list.
I have more affordable art posts coming up throughout the next month or so (Tuesdays or Wednesdays), let me know what you think! Happy decorating!
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1. Lindsay Letters White as Snow ($0) | 2. Jones Design Co. Serve One Another in Love ($0) | 3. Sarah M. Dorsey DIY Gold Letter tutorial | 4. Natural Curiosities Helford Horse 2 ($$) | 5. Stephanie Creekmur Hey Y’all Gold Foil ($20)
The all-things-gold movement has been pretty enduring and that’s a-okay with us because we’re loving the bling. We wanted to share five fun prints for bringing some bling into your home through free or affordable art or some quick DIYs.
Can I just go on record that my jaw dropped when I spotted this Lindsay Letters print for free? Love her. I’m pretty sure I emailed Kim with approximately 10 exclamation marks. And someone needs to DIY that horse print stat. Poster board, sharpie, and gold leaf? I may give it a try but don’t hold me to it. And Kim’s eyeing the Jones Design Co. free printable for the turquoise table in her entryway.
My sister, Steph, is a finder of things. By that I mean she’s got a serious gift for finding the perfect dress that feels like maternity wear (my fave) but fits like a dream, the perfect sugar-free, gluten-free snacks, or the fun decorating thing that makes all the difference and fits my budget. She doesn’t toot her own horn, but I have to toot it for her, because she finds things that make me smile. And I hope this fun find makes you smile, too.
(source: thewheatfield on etsy)
One of the best things I ever learned from Steph is that a pretty environment can be as healing to our souls as healthy vitamins can be to our bodies. I was living in survival mode for so long that it took me years to get that. I thought pretty things were a luxury that I didn’t have the time or money for when I had so many other things to take care of – medicine, vitamins, doctors bills… you get the picture. When we go through illness, sometimes our lives can be so consumed by just trying to stay alive, you know?
But over the years I found that stepping into a pretty room (not an expensive room, but just one that was done with care) had a serious affect on my body and soul. It felt like taking a deep breath of fresh air. And sometimes it could make all the difference. Have you guys ever felt that way?
Steph discovered thewheatfield on etsy before Christmas, and then she got this LOVE print as a gift from her hubby. Isn’t it beautiful? I didn’t know who made it until I stumbled across the same print on The Handmade Home and got to clicking through the shop.
I also love the little turtle in the We are All Magnificent Creatures painting and this Be Still print since it’s perfect for my One Word this year.
I’d love to do a giveaway with one of her prints, so maybe that will pop up in the future!
What about you guys? Do you have a favorite print or a favorite etsy artist?