For example: I'm thinking about moving the art from our foyer into our dining room.
I like how the art looks in our foyer but despite its large size (50" x 60"), it actually looks pretty small on our two-story wall.
I don't want to fill the entire wall with something (cha-ching!) but I would like to replace the current art with something a little larger so I've rounded up some inexpensive and unexpected large wall art options!
All of them are massive (6' +), 7 of them are under $50, and the remaining 1 is under $100. Not bad for huge pieces of art!
Can you guess what they're made of?
4 of them are large tapestries and 4 of them are shower curtains! Yes, shower curtains!
You could tack the tapestries up to the wall as-is or you could build a simple wooden frame for them, wrap the fabric around the frame and staple it in place like you would when you're stretching a canvas.
Some of the shower curtains do have holes at the top for shower curtain rings but you could cut the hole band off, hem the cut edge and then tack the curtain to your wall or you could build a frame for them as well.
Don't feel like you're limited to tapestries or shower curtains either! Tablecloths, sheets, towels, etc. make great art too :)
Would you ever hang a shower curtain on your wall?