It has been a couple of months since I’ve shared a Best of Etsy post, so I figured it was time to change that! Last month I shared a giant roundup of side tables, and this month I decided to search for art. I’ve been trying to support more small businesses this month, and Etsy is a great way to do that. I found a bunch of talented artists and was on the hunt for something specific this time around… charcoal line drawings. You guys probably notice a lot of these styled throughout our home. I often tuck them into my shelf styling, hang them above tables to complete a vignette, or install them alongside more art in a different medium (painting, photography, etc). They’re really classic, timeless, versatile pieces that pair well with any decor or existing art you already own! Click through to see what I found and for some serious inspiration…
After posting the above image of our master bedroom a couple weeks ago, I got a TON of questions about the charcoal art. That piece was actually done by me. I studied art in Italy during college and have a bunch of charcoal studies from back in the day. Every once in awhile, I’ll frame one of my own pieces. They’re old, but they hold wonderful memories and make me happy. Although I can’t offer you that exact print, I thought I could certainly do my best to curate a gorgeous collection of similar charcoal pieces from Etsy, if you’re working to build your art collection.
Shop my finds by clicking directly on each piece of art below!
Which ones are your favorites? Mine include: #2, #7, #10, #14, #18, #20, #21, and #26…. I know, I know- that is a LOT of favorites, but it was difficult to narrow down my top five. They’re all so good!
I like to think outside-the-box when framing and displaying artwork. Don’t limit yourself to just the walls. Art can live in built-ins, on countertops, above nightstands, in so many expected AND unexpected places. It’s honestly one of my favorite pieces of home decor to collect and install.
I hope you’re all having a good week so far. Thank you so much for the support in regards to yesterday’s post. I’m really happy I was able to participate and say thank you! Happy Tuesday, friends.