My mom and I were pursuing the aisles of Hobby Lobby the other day and I came across these great, affordable prints. I got really excited when I saw them, because they were a great price and I thought it was just a really good idea. They had several different packs to choose from, but I narrowed it down to two. I've been looking for artwork for our playroom so I went with some that had a more playful vibe.
I think gallery walls can be intimidating to most people and these packs simplify it. They have coordinating art that works well together, as well as several different templates showing you how to lay them out. And the best part is they are on sale for $7.50 this week! You would easily pay that for one print. And did I mention several of the prints are gold foil? You know I couldn't resist that!
I haven't really come up with a specific plan for the playroom, it's just sort of evolved as we go. I have a few ideas in mind, but I'm mostly trying to just use what we have. The builder's beige on the walls will be painted over one of these days too.
I also incorporated this colorful print from Charleston. It's one of our favorite getaway spots and we bought this print on one of our first trips there. I didn't really feel like it fit anywhere else in our house, so I was happy to be able to use it in this room.
I also used some more of my gold tape to mount one of the prints to a fabric covered canvas I've had for forever.
And these chairs were a lucky Goodwill find. They were new with tags from Target, but they were a third of the price they would have been at Target. It's hard to tell because of the pillows, but they have some great tufting on the back too!
I do think there is definitely something to be said for a well curated gallery wall that incorporates things that are meaningful to you, but I think these prints help fill the void for spots that you just aren't sure what to do with. However, if you filled the whole wall with them I think that would be just fine too! I also think these prints would be a great baby shower gift. Just pop one in a frame and you are good to go!
By the way, this is not a sponsored post, I just thought these were too good not to share!