One way we like to inject a bit of personal style into our home is with wall art that means something to our family.
With so many wall art options out there, it can be hard to know where to start. I tend to go by theme to make the decision making process easier, whether that’s a colour theme or a movies or music theme. And then there are the times where I choose a print just because it makes me smile.
Fine Art America is one of the world’s largest art marketplaces that helps over 500k independent artists earn an income selling their art online on dozens of products. In this post, I’m going to feature my top wall art picks from Fine Art America, and my reasons for choosing them.
This Summer Sky print caught my attention because of the colour palette. Mint / turquoise is my favourite favourite colour, and I love to have those shades on my wall wherever I can.
David Bowie is a favourite musician for both Sam and I, and I’ve been meaning to get some Bowie-related wall art for ages. This grumpy Bowie cat makes me smile, he’d be a good addition to our walls.
We have a wall of prints in our living room dedicated to our favourite films. I would love to add this Labyrinth print to our movie gallery wall.
Wall art in the children’s rooms is a way they can express their interests in a fun way. My four year old would love this superheroes as ice lollies print, as it encapsulates two of his top enthusiasms ; )
I canvassed the big two children for our last wall art pick, and they were very keen on this series of multicoloured star wars prints. It was a toss up between the Boba Fett and this ‘Trooper In A Storm of Colour’.
Fine Art America has an enormous selection of wall art options for you to choose from, whatever your tastes. The curated art sections are a great place to start if you are looking for inspiration to help you choose your wall art. Alternatively, click on the different category filters or make use of the handy search bar if you have something specific in mind.
Disclosure: Thank you to Fine Art America for partnering with Sorry About The Mess for this feature post.