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Our Favorite Wall Art to Refresh Your Space for Fall

Looking for an easy and affordable way to refresh your home for fall? We’ve rounded up our favorite pieces of wall art from our Fall 2017 collections to help with just that.

A new piece of wall art is a simple way to change up the look of any room. Wall art is also relatively easy to transport (compared to your sofa) so you can feel ok investing in a piece that will stay in your collection for years to come.

What’s more, wall art can be easily repurposed from room to room, so when you grow tired of a piece in your living room you can easily move it to your bedroom for a quick change up.

 

Take a peek through these nine pieces of wall art, all under $500, and get ready to refresh your space for fall.

 

1. Stormy Summer, $206 (framed 24”x24” print)

Set the mood for fall with this abstract print by Brooklyn-based artist, Lauren Packard. We love these stormy summer hues, which easily invigorate a neutral space and work with any decor style.

Stylist Tip: Hang this work above a natural wood credenza or a camel leather sofa for a warm and inviting look.

 

2. Young Dancer Wall Art, $148 (framed 18”x20” print)

Add a touch of traditional elegance to your home with this portrait of a young ballerina. The warm yellow and ochre hues are reminiscent of fall but won’t feel out of place in your home year-round.

We especially love this print paired with the distressed gold beaded frame for a touch of old-world charm.

3. Evening Calm Print, $500

Keep it cool and collected with this watercolor washed painting by artist Rachel Pavlic. Painted with hues of greens, blues, and grays, this abstracted landscape is the perfect addition to any contemporary space.

Stylist Tip: Hang this work above a stone fireplace or against shiplap walls. We love the serene landscape as a mellow focal point against any textured backdrop.

 

4. Arranged Shapes Prints 1 & 2, $199 each

Inspired by the Bauhaus Art Movement, these abstract prints are the perfect modern additions to any home. We love the geometric shapes and warm palette, which feel seasonal now but will work year-round to warm up your space.

Stylist tip: You don’t need to have an ultra-modern style to make these prints work in your home. Try pairing opposites, like these abstract prints over a skirted sofa.

 

5. Through the Trees, $399

This photograph of a lush forest is the perfect way to bring a pop of greenery indoors for fall. We love the saturated color and texture of this print, which pairs especially well with any rustic or minimal decor scheme. If you’re looking to infuse some color into your space, give this print a second look!

 

6. No. 8 A in grey, $206 (framed 24”x24” print)

Add the perfect pop of abstracted texture to any room with this framed print. A must-have piece for any eclectic interior, we love this piece paired with a woven leather safari chair or over a carved wood credenza.

Eclectic not your style? Don’t hesitate to try this print for an infusion of texture and pattern into a more neutral space as well.

 

7. Lemons 1, $170 (framed 17”x14” print)

Want to preserve some springtime freshness into your home through the fall and winter? Give this sunny yellow lemon print a try. Painted on an invigorated pink background, we love this simple still life in a gallery wall or as a simple statement piece for your kitchen.

 

8. Blue Figure by Kate Worum, $199 (framed 18”x22” print)

A modern and calligraphic take on Matisse’s blue nudes, this print of a female figure is one of our fall 2017 favorites. The bright blue backdrop is highly versatile and will pair nicely with a variety of decor schemes. Prop this print atop your dresser for some morning outfit inspiration.

 

9. Cloud Engraving Wall Art, $199

A nod to a 19th century engraving techniques, this print of an engraved cumulus cloud will bring a touch of Renaissance sophistication to your walls. We love the intricate details of the engraved texture paired with the slim gold frame.

Stylist Tip: Have a little one on the way? Hang this artwork in your nursery for a touch of whimsy now, and then re-purpose it as a lovely piece for another room later.

 

See a piece you love? Try it on in your 3D room today!

 

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4 Ways to Brighten Up a Small Space


If you’ve lost all hope when it comes to making that dreary small space as lovely as it appears in your dreams, don’t give up hope quite yet! We’re here to help with a few tips.

1. Create an accent walaccent walll.

We think a fresh coat of paint can work some real magic on a room, or if you’re feeling especially daring, go ahead and add a splash of colorful wallpaper!


2. Forego overhead lighting.The-home-of-Tanja-Vibe-from-All-The-Way-to-Paris_4

Mix and match a few table lamps to your space for different sources of light that act dynamically together to add warmth.


3. Add a few gorgeous house plants!wall art

They not only brighten rooms, but add a lively bit of color and character. One of our current favorites is a fiddle leaf fig – keep an eye out for them at your nearest plant nursery!


4. Change up your pillows.Currently Trending - Blue Pillows

This can occur seasonally as tastes change and weather shifts, or more often depending on your need. Pillows add great accents of color and depth to a space and are much easier (and more budget-friendly!) to swap out than an entire sofa or bed.


Still not quite sure how to visualize what your space could look like with some new accents, plants, furniture, or a fresh coat of paint? Purchase a Modsy Design Package today to find out!