One thing that I am asked about a ton is where I got the artwork in our home. We definitely have an eclectic mix, ranging from prints to vintage oil paintings to wall hangings to old posters. Personally, I prefer to have a mix of art rather than pieces from a single source because it makes our home feel more curated and special to us. It’s entirely up to you though! I thought it would help if I shared my favorite, go-to online sources to buy artwork, plus some faves.
The Best Online Sources to Buy Artwork for Your Home
Here are my favorite online sources in alphabetical order. If I missed a resource you love, let me know and I’ll update the list!
When I was brainstorming this post, I immediately thought of Anthropologie because of their focus on mass-produced art and one-of-a-kind art. In recent years, it’s been nice to see the pricepoints from Anthro in terms of art… after all, not everyone can afford truly one-off pieces. There are even framed pieces of fabric and
Some pieces I love right now:
I’ve partnered with Art.com a few times. What I love about them is that there are just so many options for art — it’s truly one of the most in depth online sources to buy artwork. They are also a wonderful resource for affordable art, especially for pieces that are already framed. Check out this post for how I used their app to easily build a gallery wall.
CB2 is a great online source for prints and limited edition art. One of my favorite pieces that is often in our dining room came from their collab with Nicole Cohen + Framebridge. I especially love how much of their art collection is photography! It’s always nice to have some of that in the mix because it helps your gallery wall look more curated.
Some pieces I love right now:
Chairish – vintage and print shop
My love for Chairish goes deeeeep! Not only is it an incredible source for any type of art (ceramics, sculpture, statues, paintings, drawings, photography… I could go on!), but they’ve also created an amazing print shop. When it comes to shopping on Chairish, I love being able to make an offer — sometimes you can get incredible finds for really affordable prices! If you’re looking for art prints that really POP and WOW, definitely look into the Chairish Print Shop, too.
This list of online sources for artwork would not be complete without a mention of Etsy! While sometimes I have a hard time navigating the site, you can still score some wonderful gems there. If you’d like to recreate our nude oil painting vibe from our bedroom, Etsy is the perfect source.
Some nude oil paintings that I love right now:
I’m definitely more of a neutral artwork person, but if you’re looking for bright, colorful photography you should definitely look into Gray Malin! His photography work is totally incredible. Literally some shots leave me wondering how on earth he got them!
Leif is a smaller, independent boutique resource for incredible art. I’ve always been a fangirl of the shop and how beautifully it is curated. Leif is my favorite source for totally new-to-me artists. Seriously, check out their assortment… it’s SO GOOD.
Juniper Print Shop
Juniper Print Shop is a totally interesting and new way to shop for artwork! You have 3 options: download the artwork and print it yourself, order a print on a paper-vinyl hybrid, or order an oversized print that perfectly fits IKEA’s Bjorksta frame collection.
Minted is another amazingly affordable online source for artwork. I love that you can order artwork prints that are framed in a variety of high-quality frames in a variety of sizes. If you’re looking for a giant framed art print, this is the source for you! Personally, I’ve always shopped Minted for abstract painting style art because there are so many beautiful options. They also have fine art collection that’s beautiful and worth looking into further.
Some pieces that are calling my name:
For a truly curated shopping experience, Saatchi Art is great online source. I also consider this art shop to be the perfect place if you’d like to truly invest in artwork for your home. Their price points are higher, but the pieces are original paintings, drawings, photography, and sculptures. And if you’re worried about your budget, prints are an option as well!
Loving these pieces:
Sometimes I find it hard to find new, up and coming artists, but Tappan Collective helps with that exact thing! Their collections feature emerging talent and showcase them in a beautiful way.
Whenever I’m looking for affordable online sources to buy artwork, I always check Urban Outfitters first. They’ve got a great selection of cool stuff like weavings, tapestries, mobiles, etc. Plus, the prints are always modern and affordable. You can even choose your own frame for most of them!
Some fun pieces:
Be sure to bookmark or pin this blog post for later. You never know when you’ll feel like refreshing your gallery wall or art collection. I hope this list comes in handy the next time you’re shopping for artwork!
If you’d like to see more of the artwork in our home, these posts are a great place to start:
- Our Bedroom Reveal
- Building A Gallery Wall Around Our TV
- Art Update with Framebridge
- My Studio Makeover + Tour
- Vintage Naked Lady Painting Round Up
photography & styling by Jojotastic.