Before working in interior design I used to think you had to pay an arm and a leg for a good piece of art, but now my eyes have been opened! There are so many affordable resources out there these days, especially because of good ol' technology and how easy it is now to just purchase a print online. So, as promised, here are my top picks for affordable online art.
This site has so many fun prints and is super easy to navigate/filter your search... And you get 10% off your first purchase which is pretty awesome. They also have an option to order your print framed and they tell you what the overall framed size will be with the matte and so on. I came across this print while I was looking through the site the other day and thought it was totes adorbs.
This site has a TON of options and you really have sift through everything, but they carry a lot of great prints like this Picasso and have sales pretty often! Right now they have 40% off canvas/wood mount and 50% off photography collections. They also offer framing options, which is nice if you're looking for a one stop shop.
This is one of my go to sources for large art when I'm working on a project. They have a bunch of unique pieces and their prices are phenomenal. They sell to the trade only, but if you see a piece you love just hit your girl up. I used this piece in my Triple 8 Management project at the end of their long hallway and absolutely love how it turned out!
There are so many artists with Etsy shops these days! Some of it is still a little pricey if you're looking for a great deal, especially if you want an original, but every now and then you can find little low-priced gems like this print.
Mammoth & Co.
I just discovered this site not too long ago, but haven't had a chance to use it since they are closed for the summer. Womp womp. But when they reopen I will definitely be utilizing their quirky and unique (which I totally dig) prints like the one above!
I've been using Uttermost as an art resource for my projects for quite a while now. They have a great selection of both contemporary and traditional options, as well as more transitional pieces like the one above. This is another vendor that only sells to the trade, but you know who to call if you see something you like. I'll give you a hint... It's not ghostbusters.
I just came across this site recently and I absolutely love it! They have so many stinkin' cute print options like this one and their website is so easy to find your way around. Also it's their semiannual sale right now so jump on that 30% off framing deal, yo!
Okay I'm not gonna lie to y'all... I've never used minted for art. I have heard of them several times over the years and checked them out for invitations and what not, but now that I know they have so many fab prints like this one I will definitely be utilizing them in the future. They also have super cute framing options that a lot of other sites don't have like the whitewashed herringbone... I mean come on!
Whenever I'm working on a project with a lower budget Society 6 is my absolute go to for framed prints. It's sort of like an Etsy just for graphic designers and they have sales alllll the time. You can search for the subject you're interested in and then all of the prints that fall under that category come up... So it does take some patience to find what you're looking for, but it's totally worth it! I used this print in the bathroom at my Nashville music management project because DOLLY.
I know you're probably thinking, "Z Gallerie... What?" But yes, Z Gallerie has tons of art. Also, if you live near a store you can find some really great deals in their sale section. They have a bunch of different styles and diptychs (pairs of matching pieces) like this painting and its mate.
So I know you guys saw the word "affordable" in the title of this post, but did you know that meant I'd be showing y'all where to get FREE art?! Didn't think so. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you Vintage Printable. It's an online source for a bunch of vintage prints like this little cutie that you can literally just print out at your house and frame. Doesn't get much easier than that!