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Decorate your home with affordable, museum-quality wall art

Fine Art America offers countless pieces of wall art to suit every genre, style and home.
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November 23, 2020
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Julia Nazarenko

Quarantine restrictions make us spend a lot more time at home these days. Chances are you’ve upgraded your home office to be better suited for remote work in the meantime. However, have you put any thought into your home itself? After all, your home should be seen as a place you live in first and a place you work from second. Why not liven things up, especially now that you spend more time here?

A fun way to add variety and scenery to your home is by installing wall art, which comes in all shapes and sizes to suit your tastes. For example, a framed print of your favorite city can add some personality to your home while providing a subtle reminder of where you came from. If you want to decorate your drab walls on a budget, posters are a great alternative that add a pop of color without breaking the bank. 

Whatever your style may be, we recommend Fine Art America for your wall decor needs. You’ll find a wide range of genres spanning from wild animal paintings to vintage concert photography. Best of all, purchasing these museum-quality pieces helps support independent artists and photographers. Here are just five examples of the types of wall art that Fine Art America offers. 

  1. Framed Prints

As the name suggests, these prints are housed in a high-quality wooden picture frame that comes in several finishes. The print itself can be bordered in one or two mats of varying widths of your choosing. You can choose the perfect print, frame and mats according to your style.

  1. Canvas Prints

These premium cotton and poly canvas prints come pre-stretched on a wooden stretcher bar, but you can have them shipped to you rolled up if you prefer using your own frames. You can choose between glossy or matte backgrounds as well as black, white and mirrored sides for pre-stretched prints.

  1. Posters

As mentioned before, posters are an affordable way to spice up your walls, but they’re by no means cheaply made. These posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks so that they won’t fade over time. Fine Art America includes a 1-inch white border in case you want to frame these posters in the future. 

  1. Paintings

Nothing quite matches the handmade aesthetic of a fine painting. Fine Art America offers renditions from classic artists like Picasso and Monet as well as over 500,000 paintings from independent artists. These are offered in a variety of prints such as acrylic or metal, while some paintings are available as originals. 

  1. Tapestries

Tapestries are perhaps the most unique type of wall art Fine art America offers. Each tapestry is constructed out of lightweight microfiber with hemmed edges that make for easy, secure hanging with nails or thumbtacks. 

If all those options have you feeling a little overwhelmed, you can also opt to browse through curated art collections, hand-picked by the Fine Art staff. Whether you’re a discerning painting fan who appreciates Vermeer and Rembrandt, or if you’re a college student who digs cat memes, Fine Art America offers countless options to suit every genre, style and home. 

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