These Are the Best Places to Score Savings on Wall Art
Be smart with your wall art by shopping at all the right stores.
After you’ve fully furnished every room in your home, your main priority should be adorning the walls with prints and paintings that reflect your tastes and persona. But after spending boatloads of cash on couches and chairs, the last thing you want is to dole out even more dough for decor. Luckily, it’s entirely possible to stock up on wall art without draining the contents of your savings account. Scroll down to discover some stores where you can shop for wall art on the cheap. And when you shop online, make sure you use these 27 Online Shopping Secrets So Good You’ll Want to Keep Them to Yourself.
With offices and warehouses all over the globe, e-commerce company Wayfair is a well-priced powerhouse in the home goods industry. Via the company’s various retail sites—Joss & Main, AllModern, Birch Lane, Perigold, and, of course, the flagship Wayfair—you’ll find triptychs, oil paintings, framed prints, and more, all of which are priced to stay within even the tightest of budgets.
It’s easy to beautify on a budget when Target is in the picture. Whether you’d rather keep it simple with some gold metal branches or bring on the beach vibes with a framed poster print of an ocean scene, the bullseye brand has a plethora of wall decorations and decal for every style and budget.
Adorn your walls with some foreign flair by taking a quick trip around the world—or, at the least, to World Market. The international marketplace sells unique, high-quality items from all over the globe—but rather than pricing them absurdly, the company simply sells their global goods at cost plus ten percent. The result? What you’ll find in the store are eccentric pieces of wall art that start at just $7. Talk about a bargain buy!
When you’re decorating your home, take advantage of all the sales constantly going on at Macy’s. It’s no understatement to say that the department store’s home section is just as stocked as its clothing section; currently the retailer boasts more than 49,000 pieces of wall art online, with prices starting at $12. And if you want to see how not to decorate, then check out the 40 Ugliest Interior Design Trends of All Time.
Bed Bath & Beyond
Part of what makes up the “beyond” in Bed Bath & Beyond is all of the wall art that the store sells. And with the retailer giving out 20 percent off coupons like they’re candy, you can easily score some striking statement pieces at the store with money to spare.
Elephant Stock is a website devoted entirely to wall art. On the site, you can shop by collection, by color, or by shape—and if you buy something now, you can get 60 percent off plus an additional 25 percent off if your purchase is at least $149.
On Overstock, you’ll find canvas art and metal wall sculptures on sale all day, every day. Every now and again, the site will even host sales on top of sales, allowing you to buy twice as much for half the price.
Craigslist might not be the best place to buy everything you need, but one thing that the marketplace is good for is cheap wall art. Between moving sales and overstock, the site is constantly littered with listings for wall decorations that are priced to sell—you just have to make sure to check every few days to see what’s new! And if you want to truly master the art of shopping second-hand, here are 20 Genius Tricks for Shopping Craigslist.
When it comes to Kohl’s’ wall art section, you really can—and should—expect great things. Not only is the selection good, but the savings superstore is also constantly hosting great sales that make good prices even better. Right now, for instance, certain wall decor items are buy one, get one 50 percent off, and several pieces of hanging art are included in the clearance event taking place both in stores and online.
To say that the wall art selection on Amazon is plentiful wouldn’t be doing the website justice. In the website’s wall art section, there are more than 50,000 pieces to peruse, with options that range from a print series of the moon’s cycle to a smirking llama in specs.
Society6 is a marketplace where everyday artists can upload their original work and sell it on everything from canvases to cotton sheets. However, just because the designs on the site are unique doesn’t mean that they’re expensive. Rather, Society6’s aim is to both give artists exposure and make their work affordable, and so pieces on the platform seldom sell for more than $100.
Pier 1 Imports
Pier 1 Imports is where homeowners on a budget go to transform their humble abodes into luxurious living quarters. In the wall art category, the retailer has imaginative designs for every room in the house: for the kids’ room, there’s a $25 rabbit painting; for the kitchen, there’s a hand-painted scene in a café for just $30; and for your bedroom, there’s everything from a simple dot design to a bright painted flower bouquet, depending on what you’re into.
HomeGoods is to home decor items as T.J. Maxx is to clothing and accessories. With locations all across the country, the discount store makes it easy for savvy shoppers to adorn their walls without overspending. And to make sure that your decor always shines, make sure you know these 27 Genius Tips That Will Keep Your Home in Perfect Order.
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