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Ready to Redecorate? Try These Affordable & Unique Online Art Shops

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Nothing makes your home feel more personal than filling it with art that represents the things you love. The tricky part is finding work that fits the exact aesthetic you’re looking for. With these sites, however, finding the perfect piece of art is a snap.

If you have something specific in mind or want a piece that stands out, you might be tired of browsing the selection at your local craft or superstore. While you might find a gem there, in reality, most of the artwork is very similar and the chances of finding a misty Noir-style photograph of the Eiffel Tower at every store in town is pretty high.

But in many instances when you step beyond the cookie-cutter prints at the local Michael’s store, it can get expensive fast—which makes the process even more daunting. To help you in your quest for the perfect artwork for your bedroom, living room, and beyond, we’ve rounded up some of the best places to find unique and affordable artwork online. You’ll definitely find something awesome (and affordable!) to add to your wall!

Etsy: A Little Bit of Everything

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Etsy can be overwhelming to scroll through, but they offer just about any type of artwork you can think of. Many Etsy artists offer custom pieces as well, which makes your options pretty much limitless.

You’ll find prints, paintings, photography, and mixed media pieces here. Want a watercolor painting of a specific town you visited on vacation once? You’ve got it. Want a custom portrait of your cat’s head placed on a Renaissance painting? Yep, you can get thatm too. Many pieces are very affordable as well, but the price will depend on the individual seller.

Fy: Quirky and Pre-Framed

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In addition to home accessories and jewelry, Fy carries a wide variety of unique artwork with many styles, from contemporary to geometric to retro. You can shop by style, color, or room to help narrow down your options.

They also have gallery wall ideas if you’re searching for inspiration. Plus, they sell frames to make this a one-stop-art-shop. These pieces are the type of things you see at someone’s house and can’t help but to ask, “Where did you get that?”

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Pop Chart: Scratch-Off Charts and Infographics

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Pop Chart is all about cool infographic posters. You can find a modern or retro poster styling everything from the birds of North America to each character from The Office.

They also have scratch-off posters that are great for travel goals, like famous films to see before you die and essential cocktails to try. Their selection mostly focuses on pop culture, nature, sports, food, and drinks, but you’ll find a few outliers hidden throughout the website.

Society 6: Curated Modern Art

an image of Society 6 site with examples of their pop culture art collections like Star Wars prints.

Similar to Etsy, all the artwork on Society 6 is designed by independent artists. Minimalist paintings are the most popular offering here, but you’ll find a lot of options in various styles. They also feature art collections to help you get inspired or find pieces that fit a theme you’re trying to stay within.

Their personalized decor section features custom monograms, locations, zodiac signs, and more. If you’re not sure what pieces you want, take their style quiz to see what aesthetic best matches your personality.

2×200: Great for Limited-Edition Prints

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On 2×200, you’ll find limited-edition prints exclusive to the site, so you know you’re buying something super unique. They work with dozens of artists who are featured on the website, which is a nice touch.

Some of the pieces are pretty expensive, but they have art to meet all budget ranges. You’ll find a mix of photography, still life, abstract, and a few other genres.

Minted: Huge Photography Selection

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You’ll find lots of mediums here, but Minted is particularly well-known for its photography collections and children’s prints—if you’re searching for something whimsical for your child (or yourself!), we insist you check out their children’s collection. The site lets you narrow down your search by color, medium, or style, so it’s easy to find the right piece.

Minted sources work directly from independent artists worldwide who each have their own landing pages if you want more information. You can also request commissions from artists if you love their work and want something personal.

Juniper Print Shop: Great for Modest Budgets

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If you’re looking for oversized pieces that won’t break the bank, Juniper Print Shop is your site. They carry many styles but mainly focus on nature- and animal-based work. They have a popular minimalist section as well.

Depending on your budget, you can choose to have a physical print mailed to your door or opt for a digital download of the piece—where you can then take the file to a local or online print shop and order it in exactly the material and size you want. It’s perfect for people looking for modern art on a budget.

Whether you’re shopping for a one-of-a-kind crushed-velvet painting on Etsy, grabbing a curated collection of wall art from Society 6, or printing a digital file you bought off Juniper Print Shop, we’re confident you’ll find something to spruce up your home and inject some personality!

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Anne Taylor is a writer with a BA in Journalism and a passion for storytelling. Her work has been published on a variety of websites including Mental Floss and Well + Good, and she recently published her first novel, What it Takes to Lose. When she's not writing, Anne loves to travel (19 countries and counting), spend time outside, and play with her dog, Pepper. Read Full Bio »
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