Got your paint sorted? It's time to tackle those bare walls.
Art for the home doesn't have to be expensive. Whether you choose something from Etsy or an original limited edition screen print, there are plenty of fun and colourful options to buy online.
Once you've selected a few favourite pieces, it's time to hang them on wall. Interior design experts agree that the best height to place a picture is generally eye level - and the best advice we've heard is to make sure that the centre of the piece sits roughly 57" (approx 145cm) from the floor. Not only is this the best height to view art (it's the height used in most galleries), it also gives the most design-friendly spacing between furniture and frame.
Talking of framing, this can be tricky (and pricey) if art isn't a standard size. However, there's a work around for those in-the-know: simply order a custom mount that will fit a standard frame, and you're good to go.
Ready to choose your art? Browse the gallery below for our selection of the 25 best prints to buy now.
This cute print from Etsy seller ilovedoodle is perfect for summer.
Keep it simple
Future and Found have tapped into the typographic trend with this monochrome design. We love it.
For something more whimsical, look no further than The Future Kept. These illustrations were inspired by nature, and can be hung together or on their own.
£35 each, thefuturekept.com
Got a lucky number? Tom Pigeon's cinematype series is your go-to.
This full colour screen print pays tribute to business woman, interior designer and fashion icon, Iris Apfel.
If minimalist style and negative space is your bag, look no further than this simple cat design.
French fashionista Garance Doré recently teamed up with illustrations studio Rifle Paper Co to create a series of printed sketches. This one is our favourite.
Simple and bold, this lightning print is sure to be a conversation starter.
The Lovely Drawer is one of our favourite sources for inexpensive art. This colourful abstract design would perk up an otherwise plain living space.
Museum shops are great sources for posters. We like this vintage reproduction from the Tate.
Words of encouragement
Need a boost? Place this wherever you get ready for an everyday pick-me-up.
James Joyce's prints are definitely investment pieces, but they are worth every penny.
The London commute is gets a stylish upgrade in this beautiful illustration by Spanish illustrator Blanca Gomez.
This poster by Belgian illustrator Martin Krusche, is titled 'Für Neil' - it pays homage to Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon.
Spot the dog in this dotty print by Lisa Jones.
Words to live by
If you need a bit of encouragement, Etsy seller Oh No Rachio is your girl. Place this watercolour print in your home office for some daily inspiration.
Paris je t'aime
Dreaming of Paris? Rifle Paper Co's illustration includes all the best sights.
Nice and simple
Sometimes a few bold words are all you need. This simple statement created by Devon-based artist Kerry Layton definitely rings true.
This pretty pigeon print combines pattern and simplicity.
Shoot for the moon
Remind yourself of the phases of the moon with this hand lettered print from the Old English Company.
London-based illustrator Tessa Galloway's city-themed prints are great for marking a special holiday. They can be personalised with memorable dates, too.
Can't function before caffeine? This print is for you.
Indulge your inner cartography nerd with this map-themed design.
Bring the outside in with this peonies print by British illustrator and print-maker, Clare Owen.
You might have seen this bold poster on Pinterest - it's a design favourite. Good news if you don't like pink, too; it's available in five other colours.