12 Art Prints I’ve Got My Eye On

12 Art Prints I've Got My Eye On

As you know, I’m a sucker for a beautiful piece of art. Luckily, I’ve found that art is one of those elusive types of home décor that’s okay to hoard. We have piles of stacked-up framed art in our basement, but I don’t feel guilty about it because having those extras on hand really does keep me from running out and buying new pieces every time I change up a room and need something fresh to fill a wall. Instead, I can trot down the stairs, rifle through our collection, and pull something out that hasn’t been hung up in a while. It feels new even if we’ve owned it for years, simply because it’s been “out of sight, out of mind” for a while.

Occasionally, though, I do have a wall or room that could stand to have something totally new added to it, which is why I’ve rounded up 12 of the art pieces currently topping my “someday” wish list. The dangerous thing about this list is that I really want them all. I can’t help but wonder if they’d all work together in one giant show-stopping collection.

12 Art Prints I’ve Got My Eye On

1. Dream Bathroom

2. Southern Cotton Series 4

3. Black 01

4. Bands of Sun, Sand and Sky

5. Dusk in the Chisos

6. Drawing 264 – Gesturing Man

7. Sum Total

8. Possibilities

9. Oja

10. Unity

11. The Bigger Picture

12. Painted Canyon 1

Which one is your favorite from the list? Let me know in the comments. And while I’m polling you guys, I’d also love to know how you feel about gallery walls. Are they out of style, or do you still consider them fair game for modern room makeovers? I think, personally, I love the idea of a small group of three but hesitate to go much bigger than that. Let me know your thoughts on the gallery wall trend circa 2018 below!

12 Art Prints I've Got My Eye On

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