Today, I want to share the sources for the fall vintage art that you saw in my fall home last week!
Vintage art that is in the public domain is free to download and print. There are, however, some sellers who sell public domain art and I’ve even purchased from some of them in the past. But, if you follow my tips, you can download vintage art for your home, size the art for a frame you have, and then have it printed affordably.
I spend quite a bit of time to find seasonal vintage art that coordinates well together so it can be used in a gallery wall or all on its own. I hope that you will enjoy the pieces that I choose as much as I do in my home. And, you won’t have to spend the time searching that I do. Below I am going to link two additional blog posts that will be helpful for you.
This post will give you online sources for finding vintage, public domain art. It also goes into detail about the frames I use and how I go about designing the layout for a gallery wall.
This post gives the step-by-step process that I use to size the public domain art that I find online to fit the frames that I have.
Both of these posts are good for reference if you are going to download art to print for your home.
FALL VINTAGE ART USED IN MY HOME
Now, let’s talk about the art that I have displayed in my home for fall. The first piece I’ll share is the gorgeous equestrian art above the sofa in my living room.
vintage art in my fall gallery wall.
Note that the coloring in the photo below is a little off. It was taken first thing in the morning at the “golden hour”.
And, remember that you can also find the vintage autumn butterfly prints in my Free Printable Library.