The 10 Best Online Sources for Affordable Art
Finding great art pieces can be an extremely difficult task. Since art, unlike furniture and lighting, is purely decorative, there is a lot of pressure for you to really love it. Artwork is insanely personal and sometimes can be expensive. That’s why I have rounded up my 10 favorite online sources for affordable art to take some of the pressure off.
Minted sells limited edition prints from dozens of independent artists. Regular design and art challenges are held for designers and artists all around the world. After the public votes on which submissions to produce, Minted sells the winning entries as fine paper products and art and every purchase supports the independent artist.
Society6 uses a non-traditional approach and allows artists to showcase their work by offering it as prints, phone cases, home decor, clothing, and more.
The Animal Print Shop is an online gallery and store created by independent artist, Sharon Montrose. All of her portraits are of live animals and are available either framed or unframed.
Tappan Collective is an online platform created by two LA friends, Chelsea Neman, an artist, and Jordan Klein, an art historian. The Tappan Collective features modern photography and paintings that connects emerging artists with emerging collectors.
Along with its amazing furniture and home decor, One Kings Lane also regularly features tons of art vendors, making it a great source for contemporary and vintage works.
The Leif Shop, based out of Brooklyn, sells tons of affordable original art, along with curated home goods and jewelry.
In addition to furniture, lighting, and home decor, Wayfair also has tons of great wall art and photography in every size, style, and color. Be sure to check out this article I contributed to on wall decor with expert tips on how to use wall decor in your own home.
So, there you have it – our favorite online sources for finding affordable art. Happy shopping!