I love sharing inexpensive ways to make your home feel cozier. That’s my goal at GrowingUpKemper. I want you to love the things on your walls, your ceilings, and your floors. I want you to take pride in the home you create for you and your family and friends. But we all know that things get pricey…FAST! And covering your walls is always a tricky, expensive process.
So I do all I can to complete DIY projects to decorate my walls, like my DIY Scroll that costs only $4, oversized engineer portrait prints, or to create art for only a few dollars. I shared my favorite Etsy printable for Christmastime and how I display those in my home.
Today, I’m here to share with you some of my favorites to have up year-round. Got a frame lying around your home that you could use? Have a piece of art that you’re tired of and would love a replacement?
It’s as simple as purchasing instant download prints from Etsy (mostly ranging from $4-$7) and uploading them to Staples to print for you. For my recent prints I’m displaying in my home, I purchased online from Etsy, sent them off on Staples.com, and picked them up just a few hours later.
This landscape oil print of Glacier National Park is on sale right now for $5.20. I chose to print in a 18×24″ from Staples (about $15 per poster print) and displayed it in my very favorite gold poster frame and displayed it on my fireplace shelves to add a little character to the back of my shelves.
Years ago, I purchased a gorgeous print from Target that I just got very tired of looking at over the years. I took off the backing, carefully tore away the matte and replaced it with this beach sunrise landscape that brings in so many of the colors from my home. You can replace art that you already have in your home, but you do have to be careful dismantling it because typically so much glue is used to keep it all in place.
You can truly search any of your favorite styles or color tones into the Etsy search bar and you’ll get an overwhelming response of gorgeous instant download prints that you can decorate your home with for just a few dollars. Here are some of my very favorites that I could see using in gallery walls or as stand along pieces of art.