Cost: less than $2
Time: 20 minutes
Materials: computer, printer, digital image file, scotch and mounting tape
Vast expanses of blank wall can be very intimidating for the average home decorator. I know they are for me. Small pieces of art looked midgety and strange against such a massive open space and big pieces of art are often expensive. Until you can afford a hulking masterpiece, try using Rasterbator, a website that lets you upload an image, choose a color scheme and size, then print out a rasterized (pixilated, but with varying sizes of dots) image that you can then tape together and hang on your wall:
As long as you have access to a printer and tape, you’d be crazy NOT to do this.