The Best Affordable Art for Your Kitchen (or Anywhere Else You Want to Celebrate Your Love of Food)

updated May 24, 2019
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It’s no secret how much we love to hang a good print in the kitchen (see: 12 Clever — and Unusual — Ways to Enjoy Art in the Kitchen). Not only is it a clever way to add some personality to your otherwise blank walls, but it also poses a unique opportunity to display your food-loving status for the world (okay, maybe just you and your guests) to see.

From pun-tastic prints to abstract art that looks like it was specially commissioned for your space, here are 10 food-centric pieces that are totally affordable. (They’re all just $25 or less!) You know, so that you have money left in the budget for that totally unnecessary but highly coveted triple cream cheese.

Hang these in your kitchen, living room, o,r if you really love food, any room in your house.

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1. “FLORAL PIZZA” by Paul Fuentes, from $21 at Society6

As far as we’re concerned, this is the prettiest slice of pizza we’ve ever seen. Where can we order a floral pie?

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Consider this option a great reminder to visit your local farmers market.

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Avid art-lovers will adore this piece by Vincent Trinidad Art. It’s like Hokusai’s “The Great Wave off Kanagawa,” with a food-centric twist.

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You’ve gotta love a print that’s punny and inspirational at the same time. Plus, this is an instant download, so you’ll get a PDF that you can print out and frame right away. Instant gratification!

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5. “Coffee Reading” by Sage Pizza, from $19 at Society6

We’ve seen the future and it’s very clear: You should definitely have that extra cup of coffee.

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It’s always a Gouda idea to put your love of cheese front and center. (Sorry, we had to!)

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Honestly, Anna Dorfman’s print took the words right out of our mouths. All the carbs, please.

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If you don’t want something that blatantly looks like food, opt for this piece by Emma Freeman. At first glance, you might not even realize it’s a bunch of hard-boiled eggs!

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9. “Skewers” by Amy Tai Art, from $12 at Etsy

Calling all barbecue-lovers! This skewer print is oh-so-subtle.

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10. “Wine Bar Print” by noodlehug, from $18 at Etsy

Seems like a good motto to live by. When you order this print, you can choose from 42 different colors so that the text matches your kitchen.