Create New Wall Art Without Breaking The Bank
While there are a lot of options for interior designs, you should always keep in mind your budgetary limitations - and keep in mind that they do not have to be nearly as much of a set back as you would initially think. While there are a lot of design ideas that will require you to take out your check book over and over again, there are also a lot of options for people who either can't or won't spend quite so much money.
Staying On Budget
The first thing that you should do if you're looking for wall art ideas on a budget is to steer clear of wall art kits and designs that are made by other people and mass produced. While some of these designs are not too expensive, most of them are overpriced for the amount of area that they cover.
You'd be surprised at how much you can do with just the objects you find around the house and a little bit of paint. For instance, if you want to add some texture to a wall, you can do this by sponge painting. Sponge painting generally is not much harder than just dabbing the wet paint with a sponge - or by using the sponge to apply paint in the first place.
This is an easy do-it-yourself project, and you can even get the whole family in on it if you want. The basic price is not too prohibitive - you might need a bucket or two of general house paint, and a few sponges.
Other options involve using stencils to paint onto the wall. In this case, you could even use spray paint, instead of buying a full bucket of house paint. Make sure that you cover up the area around the stencil, however, otherwise you'll end up with a messy spray area.
You can find stencils online - stencil animals are a great idea for a child's room and are an ideal starting point for any stencilling project you might want to undertake.