Large scale art can have a big impact on a room... but it can also come with a big price tag. So if you're looking for something that will fill up a whole wall (like this piece from Alison's Collected and Curated Apartment), take a look at this roundup of big art (and art installations) that you can make on a small budget.
From interior designer Rebecca Robertson, two budget-friendly ideas for making large scale art.
If the idea of a framed chalkboard doesn't appeal to you, try painting just the shape of one on a wall. This is a great idea for creative types — you can doodle on the wall and create a new 'painting' whenever you like, and then change it all up when inspiration strikes again.
Rebecca Robertson is back again with this idea for making a wall-sized photo installation from something you can find at the office supply store.
Here's another changeable art display, one that suits itself well to kids' art but would be perfect for photos or art prints, too. And if you ever get bored, it's easy to unclip your prints and swap for new ones.
Plus a bonus, cuz we like you: how to create a large-scale stretched canvas artwork out of a shower curtain:
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