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The best wall art for your next room makeover

You don’t necessarily need a Picasso or Rembrandt painting to draw attention in a room. There are plenty of other good — and much more affordable — options out there for your wall-decorating needs, with these pieces of wall art rising to the top.

Framed art, posters, art prints, or decor items — there are a lot of choices when it comes to wall art. To help narrow them, consider these attractive and functional wall-art items.

wall26 Canvas Banksy Street Art Prints

Best wall art overall

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Since variety is the spice of life, Banksy Street Art Prints are an attractive overall option for wall art. Offering more than 20 paintings, Canvas Banksy Street Art Prints are logical selections for a living room, bedroom, kitchen, office, dining room, bathroom, bar, or many other areas.

Wieco Art Modern Giclee Canvas Prints

Best photo wall art

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Seeking attractive photos to decorate a room? An apropos photo wall art choice is Wieco Art Modern Giclee Canvas Prints. The high-definition giclee modern pieces of artwork are stunning photos printed on high-quality canvases.

Wieco Art Oil Painting Wall Art

Best value wall art

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The Wieco Art Oil Painting Wall Art is a great gift idea and a solid wall-art option for a living room, bedroom, kitchen, office, dining room, office, bathroom, or bar. Each of the three panels has a black hook mounted on a wooden bar so the wall art can be immediately hung.

You don’t need to be an art dealer or a millionaire to enjoy a good piece of wall art. These options will draw attention in just about any room without drawing a lot of money from your wallet.

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