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Karyn Millet Seaside Boardwalk

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Seaside Boardwalk

Karyn Millet Seaside Boardwalk

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Unlike furniture, art doesn’t usually go on sale, so when it does, be sure to snatch up something that suits your style. Quince is a great outpost to find unique wall art because the pieces—mostly photographs—are high-end without the matching price tag. In fact, seemingly all of Quince’s products, which include clothing and home accessories, fit that description.

Paul Berthelot Shutters

Shutters

Paul Berthelot Shutters

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You might know Minted as a place to shop holiday cards and photo gifts, but the brand also has a huge, varied selection of original artwork by different artists that you can order in just about any size you’d like, framed or unframed.

Kelly Clarkson Home Linen Fern II

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Linen Fern II

Kelly Clarkson Home Linen Fern II

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Yes, Wayfair really does have it all. The online furniture and decor giant has a great selection of artwork, including a range from Wendover, an art group that has done work with a star-studded roster of interior designers (Thom Filicia, Meg Braff, and Michelle Nussbaumer, to name a few).

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Ron Galella Windblown Jackie

Editor’s Choice

Windblown Jackie

Ron Galella Windblown Jackie

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1stDibs is an online marketplace housing some of the world’s rarest finds, which range from vintage clothing to new and custom furniture. There’s also a massive inventory of art by the likes of the world’s most renowned artists, including Ron Galella, who was most famous for his shots of Studio 54. One of our favorite photographs by Galella, however, was taken of Jackie Kennedy in 1971, long before the club swung open its doors.

Artivo Vintage Botanicals, Set of 6

Amazon’s Choice

Vintage Botanicals, Set of 6

Artivo Vintage Botanicals, Set of 6

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Amazon may not be famous for its collection of one-of-a-kind art, but it does sell quite a few unique pieces that can easily dress up your walls. Our top pick? This set of six vintage-inspired botanical illustrations. You can snag them for less than $15, which we’d consider a win in our book.

Emma Scarvey Sea Glass Sandbar I

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Sea Glass Sandbar I

Emma Scarvey Sea Glass Sandbar I

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Joss & Main is a one-stop-shop for all things home. The online style destination even carries a lot of special art, including this abstract take on a dreamy beach day by painter Emma Scarvey. Order your prints framed in various sizes, styles, and colors to pair well with your space.

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Jessica Hanselmann Pink Cosmos

Pink Cosmos

Jessica Hanselmann Pink Cosmos

Credit: Urban Outfitters

We were pleasantly surprised to find a sizable collection of artwork at Urban Outfitters. All of it boasts a bohemian, gentle vibe that would soften the look of just about any room. Works come in multiple sizes that range from four by three inches to 30 by 40 inches. You can even order it with a frame.

Soicher-Marin Scarves from our Past 2

Scarves from our Past 2

Soicher-Marin Scarves from our Past 2

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Perigold is like a department store for home goods, ranging from furniture and fabric to decor and artwork. We don’t like the play favorites, but one of the best art-centirc brands on Perigold is Soicher-Marin, a third-generation family business creating art since 1959. Everything is sourced from dealers and artists around the world, so nothing is made by machines.

Susan Hable Sea Farer

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Sea Farer

Susan Hable Sea Farer

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As its name implies, AllModern sells an impressively huge selection of midcentury modern-inspired pieces, including art. Whether you opt for something abstract and colorful, like this Susan Hable print, or go for a more literal interpretation of post-war America with a photograph of a 1960s Palm Springs ranch house, you’re bound to find something cool and affordable here.

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Fanclub La Piscine Giclée

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La Piscine Giclée

Fanclub La Piscine Giclée

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Posters are underrated, if you ask us. This one is inspired by La Piscine, the 1969 psychological thriller starring Jane Birkin, and it features that minimalist French look in classic retro colors that we’re always coveting. Discover even more posters at Wolf & Badger, which sells goods—jewelry, decor, and more, by the likes of more than 2,000 independent brands from around the world.

Jennifer Paxton Parker Black Abstract

Black Abstract

Jennifer Paxton Parker Black Abstract

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World Market is the place to shop if you’re looking for affordable finds that don’t skimp on style. This diptych by artist Jennifer Paxton Parker is a solid pick because it’s neutral and quiet enough to look spectacular in any space. They also arrive at your front door ready to hang, so there’s no need to leave them with the framers for weeks on end.

Ron Giusti Orchid Still Life

Orchid Still Life

Ron Giusti Orchid Still Life

Credit: Chairish

Ron Giusti’s series of still lives look vintage, and that’s by design. The contemporary artist swaths heavy strokes of acrylic paint on a canvas board that’s attached to an Italian gilt frame, which he finishes by hand. Like 1stDibs, Chairish sells thousands of special pieces—both vintage and new—at various price points. We’re partial to the paintings, though.

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Artfully Walls Blue Pink Tomato

Blue Pink Tomato

Artfully Walls Blue Pink Tomato

Credit: Anthropologie

Anthropologie is one of our go-to spots for anything featuring a bohemian flair. Case in point: the art, which comes from a variety of outposts, including Artfully Walls. There’s also antique-inspired tapestries, abstract illustrations in ink, and more.

Courtney Jentzen Montauk

Montauk

Courtney Jentzen Montauk

Credit: ArtSugar

ArtSugar features an exclusive section of wall art that comes in a variety of materials, shapes, and sizes. You’ll find framed prints, original paintings, photography, framed canvases, and more. Bonus: you can also shop tons of home decor essentials.

posterbobs The Answer

The Answer

posterbobs The Answer

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Redbubble practically has it all when it comes to wall art. From vintage-inspired posters and art prints to tapestries and metal prints, there’s something for everyone. Not to mention, they’re available at affordable price points.

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Diego Olivero Abstract Iron & Wood Wall Art

Abstract Iron & Wood Wall Art

Diego Olivero Abstract Iron & Wood Wall Art

Credit: West Elm

If framed art prints and photographs aren’t your style, hang wall art made from metal, wood, and woven fabrics. West Elm has a great selection, like this iron and wood abstract piece. Of course, you’ll be able to shop paintings, wall hangings, and photography on the retailer’s site, too.

Hyunah Kim The Unbearable Lightness

The Unbearable Lightness

Hyunah Kim The Unbearable Lightness

Credit: Art.com

At Art.com, you can buy prints of famous works of art, discover new art, and even have your own photos printed and framed for you. You can search by artist if there’s a particular artist you’re looking for, or browse by subject.

Shadrieka Peach

Peach

Shadrieka Peach

Credit: Etsy

Etsy is probably already your go-to for handmade items, but if you’re not ordering art from the site, you’re missing out. You can find tons of original artwork and prints (framed and unframed) on Etsy, as well as instant download art options that you can print out and frame yourself.

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Andrei Rabodzeenko Still Life 1118-03

Still Life 1118-03

Andrei Rabodzeenko Still Life 1118-03

Credit: Saatchi Art

Saatchi Art is a great online art destination for you if you want more high-end, fine art options (including original paintings!) and are willing to spend. But, it also has a big selection of prints that are more on the affordable side, so really, there’s a little something for everyone.

Alja Horvat How Many Plants Is Enough Plants?

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How Many Plants Is Enough Plants?

Alja Horvat How Many Plants Is Enough Plants?

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Credit: Society6

Society 6 is one of the best options for more affordable art—perfect if you’re filling up an entire gallery wall. You can browse by artist, search by style, color, keyword, and more, and get just about any design you like in framed or unframed prints, canvas art, tapestries, and even home goods.

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Market Editor, House Beautiful

Brittney Morgan is a noted land mermaid and a Virgo with a penchant for crafts, red lipstick, and buying way too many throw pillows. Her work has also been published at Apartment Therapy, NYLON, HuffPost, Hello Giggles, Elite Daily, and more. 

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Hadley Keller is House Beautiful’s digital director. She oversees all digital content for the brand as well as working on the print magazine. She has covered covering design, interiors, and culture for 10 years in New York. She served as Associate Market Editor, Design Reporter, and News Editor for Architectural Digest and AD PRO before joining House Beautiful. Hadley is a staunch maximalist and vocal opponent of the Open Floor Plan.

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Jessica Cherner is House Beautiful’s associate shopping editor and knows where to find the best high-low pieces for any room.

 

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