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The second easiest and cheapest way to decorate your home for fall, or any time of year, is to switch out your art seasonally. (If you’re wondering what the cheapest is, click here. Hint: it’s free!) Digital art is almost always less than $5. I have a few favorite shops on Etsy (here, here, here and here) where I know I will always find beautiful pieces to compliment the season.
When choosing art I like to keep it consistent. I prefer vintage art including paintings and sketches and try to keep to a color palette in a single room. This isn’t a hard a fast rule by any means, I think it just makes a room feel more intentional and thought out. Most digital art shops curate their own gallery wall collections too, which makes it super easy. If you only need one or two pieces try adding them to your cart to see them side by side and check that the tones go well together.
In case you’ve never bought digital art before, it’s really easy. Just find a print you like and purchase like you normally would. Then go to your account menu in the upper right corner on Etsy and click on ‘Your Orders’. From there you can see all your purchases. To the right of your order there will be a black button that says ‘Download Files’ you can download the art from there onto your computer. Make sure to double check where your computer is saving the art. I usually select Desktop just to make it easier to find. These instructions are also available in the description of the digital art listing too.
Once you download your fall art, open the folder to find several size prints to choose from. Just upload the correct size for your frame to your favorite online print shop and your done! Depending where you’re printing, photos will come in the mail, or you can go pick them up! One of my favorite print shops is Mpix.com. As a photographer this is probably my favorite place to have professional photos printed. When it comes to digital art I’m not nearly as picky. I usually have them printed at Walgreens, CVS or Wal-Mart if I want to pick them up same day. Otherwise I use Costco.
Recently I heard about posterjack.com for having photos printed on textured paper or canvas to give the digital art a more realistic look. I have yet to order from here, but as soon as I do I’ll update this post. I would probably only recommend Poster Jack if the art is in a location you can really get up close to take a look. It is significantly more expensive to invest in the higher quality print, so I don’t think it’s necessary if the art is going in a built in or on higher shelves.
1. Vintage Autumn Lake – $3.25
2. Vintage Horse Painting – $3.25
3. Rustic Kitchen Jug – $3.25
4. Autumn Landscape – $8
5. Country Kitchen – $3.25
6. Farmhouse Rustic Kitchen – $6.50
7. Autumn Landscape Painting – $3.24
8. Rustic Forest Landscape – $6.50
9. Vintage Sketch Botanical Oak Branch – $6.50
10. Vintage Dogs Painting – $4
11. Neutral Kitchen Mushroom Print – $6.50
12. Neutral Tree Sketch – $6.50
13. Gentleman Hiking – $3.25
14. Rustic Moose Sketch – $3.25
15. Vintage Fruit Painting – $3.25
16. Autumn Hay Field – $3.25
If you’re in need of some really great frames for your new fall art, I rounded up a whole pile of them here and they’re all under $30! Pro tip: Remove the glass from your frame (I like to place mine behind the art) to eliminate glare so you can actually see your art! I do this in almost all of my frames, except for in the kitchen. Don’t forget to check out this post to learn 4 easy tips to bring the season into your home. Happy fall, ya’ll!