Each piece costs around $10 so they are an ideal price for buying and framing multiples. I'd consider using the prints in rooms for kids or teenagers or spaces like bathrooms and hallways where more significant artwork can be overlooked or damaged. Since the prints themselves are so affordable, stick with a reasonably-priced frame. CB2, Pottery Barn, West Elm, and Z Gallerie have cool frames that aren't expensive.
Here some of the prints housed in CB2's Float Frames, which cost between $20-35. These don't have mats which makes them super flexible and easy to setup:
|Moose - Clever Chihuahua - Turtle|
Here is the Gelato frame from Z Gallerie, you could use the 5x7" or the 8x10" which cost between $15-20:
|Giraffe on antique map|
From Pottery Barn, here are the Lee Gallery Frame and the Wood Gallery Oversized Mat Frame, for large sizes like the ones shown here, prices range between $56-130:
|Two Elephants with Red Birds - Giraffe Eating Grass|
Aren't these fun? I think they have lots of personality and are great for people who are on a tight budget and have too much empty wall space. Do you have a favorite animal? I love all of the Coco de Paris animals...you can't help but smile when you look at those! I also prefer the Coco ones because they are original.