Wall Art Ideas

Affordable Wall Art Ideas for Your Motel or B&B

If you’re thinking about buying new wall art for your Motel or B&B, it’s important to consider the space and theme before making a purchase. There are many ways to add the right pieces to your space without breaking the bank—and that includes looking at options online and in person at art stores or galleries! 


Create a unique place to stay 

If you want to create a truly unique experience, consider including a personal touch. This can be done in many ways, such as:

  • Personalizing your guest book with the names of each guest (and maybe even their favourite colour)
  • Creating a space where guests can spread out and relax after they have checked in
  • Providing them with some snacks or drinks to help them get started on their journey


Understanding your business

Before you can choose the right wall art, it's important to understand your business goals.

Are you looking for something that will help promote an existing brand? Or are you trying to establish a new identity? As with any other marketing strategy, knowing who your target audience is and what they want will help guide your selection process.


Once you've determined the most appropriate way to reach out to potential customers, consider how much money and time are available for them to see what they need from their experience at this establishment—and then decide whether or not those needs can be met through design elements such as posters or framed pictures (which may include information about rates). If so, then consider whether there are other ways in which these items might contribute toward meeting these needs without needing more space than necessary; if not, then perhaps there isn't anything else worth considering until later down the line when things get more serious


What to consider when choosing artwork for your motel or Airbnb


Choosing the best style of art for your space

You’re going to need to choose the right style of art for your space. Your choice will depend on several factors, including:

  • The style of your space. If you have a contemporary design, it might be best to go with something more modern and minimalistic. In contrast, if your walls are full of retro decorations like framed Poster and Photos from decades ago, then maybe some more ornate pieces would fit in better here.
  • Your brand identity. If you own an antique shop or hotel and want to draw attention away from used furniture items by displaying something new on display cases instead—and also want customers coming to see them—then why not try out something that matches both elements? For example: “Old meets new!” 


What’s the best size of art for your space?

 The size of the art is important, but it's not as simple as just choosing a large or small piece. It all depends on what you want to accomplish with your space.

If you're looking for an easy way to add colour and life to a room, consider using smaller pieces. They'll be easier on your wallet and more impactful in a smaller space like an entryway or hallway—and they won't take up too much wall space (or even floor space). Larger pieces are best suited for larger rooms where their size makes them feel more prominent and noticeable. If you have an open concept layout with lots of windows facing onto other rooms within the house (such as an apartment), then try placing some large pieces at eye level instead so that guests can see them from across the hallways!


How can you buy the perfect pieces without breaking the bank?

Buying wall art is an investment that can be expensive, but it's important to do your research before making a purchase. Consider the following factors:

  • Cost of the piece itself. The cost of the art will vary depending on its size and complexity, but you should expect to pay at least $100 for each piece you buy. If you're buying something small and simple like a canvas print or poster, then this number might go down by half since they're cheaper than other types of artwork like paintings or sculptures.
  • Shipping costs associated with receiving your pieces(s). You may also want to factor in any additional taxes or duties that apply when shipping internationally; these fees can sometimes add up quickly! In addition, some countries require customs clearance documentation before they'll allow shipments into their country—this could mean having your goods held up until after you've already paid for them! To avoid delays due to this process (and potential fines), make sure all parties involved know what needs doing ahead of time so there aren't any surprises later on down the line."


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