If you have a blank canvas of a room, the easiest way to infuse color and style is to paint or wallpaper the walls; however, for those of us who are renting or simply on a budget, a large-scale makeover is not always a possibility. Enter: Large wall art, a temporary fix for a character-less space that packs a stylish punch. The key is to make sure whatever you pick will look proportionally accurate. In general, it's better to go oversized than to go too small, so opt for one extra large piece or multiple medium-sized ones to form a gallery wall. To kickstart your artistic refresh, we've pulled together 10 options sure to suit every design aesthetic.
This vivid watercolor is a great way to splash some color onto plain white walls—go for the largest size and use it to anchor a breakfast nook in an open kitchen-living room floor plan.
Modern shapes meet old-school text in this piece that's all about juxtaposition. Hang it in an office to complement your collection of secondhand books.
While any of photographer Gray Malin's dreamy landscape shots is perfect for a quick dose of escapism, ski aficionados will love this print of the slopes captured from a doorless helicopter.
The perfect kitchen accessory for all your cooking adventures, this spices and herbs print deserves a spot next to your shelf of cookbooks.
Not a huge fan of color? Try mixing up the look of a room by playing with texture instead: This 3D canvas piece features abstract paint splatters and will fit right in with a neutral palette.
Pick from five different colored frames and use this floral watercolor to bring a delicate feel to any room. The largest size reaches to almost 55 inches, so it definitely makes a statement.
If your style is all about blending as many punchy hues together as possible, you'll love this four-pack of Matisse posters. Each one is only 8x10 inches, but they have the most impact when styled together in one oversized gallery wall.
This graphic print uses a single-line technique to create an asymmetric, abstract face silhouette. Because it's monochromatic, it's great for contemporary spaces where slick lines and high-contrast color combos reign.
This pre-framed piece is an expressionist dream, with saturated colors at the forefront. It's built to last, too, thanks to the gallery-quality acrylic it's framed in instead of typical glass. (The material is both shatterproof and UV ray-resistant, so the rich hues won't fade over time.)
With its washed-out colors and curvy shapes, this piece will work well with warm tones and rustic furniture. It's handcrafted, with a sleek black frame that balances out the more organic silhouettes.