Art adds so much personality to a space, but buying it can be a daunting process. But don't let the idea of spending thousands and thousands of dollars on art stop you from getting started. After all, shopping for quality art doesn't need to involve visiting the priciest gallery in town—in fact, you don't even need to leave the house at all to land some pretty stunning pieces.
We spoke with a variety of interior designers who shared their favorite resources for purchasing quality, stylish artwork online. With just the click of a button, you'll be able to replicate some of their favorite looks and take action against those blank walls once and for all.
House of Spoils
"We love sourcing art from These Fine Walls and House of Spoils. They have such an amazing curated collection of high-end photography prints that can be framed in different sizes and finishes. This is a piece we sourced from House of Spoils for one of our residential projects. It complements the moodiness of the powder room and is such a conversational piece." —Brittany Farinas, CEO and creative director at House of 1
Josh Young Design House
"I purchased a l'Exposition piece from Josh Young for my office, and I love it's unique and painterly quality! You can have it customized in different colors, and with different addresses or dates. A great and simple piece that can be sentimental and fun!" —Shannon Claire Smith, founder of Shannon Claire Interiors
"I often use Minted for clients' homes. I like that you can customize the size, frame, matting, etc. Since they're prints, it's a lower price point than original art, but we're still supporting individual artists." —Leah Walder, founder of Leah Walder Interiors
"Many large retail stores, like Target, have a home department where one can find a variety of art and decor for any project. Prints are great affordable alternatives to original pieces of art." —Ally Maloney, founder of Maloney Interiors
"Wendover is perfect for the client who not only wants an original piece but is also willing to pay handsomely for a piece that they love. This moody photograph is one that I have my eye on for a small, yet dramatic powder room that I am designing." —Elle Jupiter, founder of Elle Jupiter Design Studio
"Zatista is my number one go-to stop for original artwork, as it not only features over 15,000 pieces that span a variety of styles, but they also have many pieces at various price points. I am currently swooning over this deceptively simple piece by Italian artist, Marilina Marchica." —Elle Jupiter
"With over 1.4 million selections, Saatchi is definitely a designer favorite when hunting for original artwork or limited prints. You’d also be doing your part by supporting emerging artists who are looking to break out in the art world! This piece would be a perfect addition to a moody space." — Elle Jupiter
Kate & Laurel
"My favorite online gallery for projects with a mid-to-low budget is Kate & Laurel. Kate & Laurel does not exclusively sell artwork, but they are perfect if you are looking for a framed piece at a reasonable price. I recently proposed this piece as part of a gallery wall for a living room in Brooklyn." —Elle Jupiter
“When selecting artwork for a commercial project in Austin, I felt that this piece was playful and whimsical similar to the project design, as well as the city’s persona and style. It’s a nod to Texas culture without being too literal and keeps the mood of the space fun and cheerful!” —Kristin Marino, owner and lead designer at KozyKasa
“Finding great art at wallet-friendly prices can be tough. When I’m looking for large-scale pieces for a client who has a smaller artwork budget, one of my go-to sources is Z Gallerie. I find they have a wide selection of neutral art that works in many spaces.” —Veronica Ferro, founder of VF Interiors