If you know us, you know we may have a bit of an obsession with artwork. Wall art does more than just beautify a space. Artwork evokes emotion, it showcases your personal style, and can create an instant color palette for your home. Below we compiled a list of our favorite online platforms to help you find artwork for your space.
With 2,000+ curated items added daily, you are almost guaranteed to find something you love at Chairish.com. The wide-variety of art available on Chairish is beautifully curated. Alongside vintage original pieces you’ll find prints, sketches, photographs and more. Whether you are into mid-century modern or vintage landscapes, you’re sure to find it here.
The Local Vault
This unique site is a great place to find beautiful one of a kind pieces. The Local Vault is a luxury home consignment marketplace. Think bespoke, antique, vintage, pre-owned art pieces all conveniently available to purchase online. It’s an online version of thrift-shopping but all pieces have been expertly curated.
Juniper Print Shop
Looking for a large scale print that won’t break the bank? Check out Juniper Print Shop. At Juniper you’ll find a wide range of art prints in varying sizes. Sizes start at 8x10 and go as large as 55x79. We also love Juniper because the site includes ready to view collections that make it easy to select artwork for your home. For example, there is a neutral collection with a subtle color palette of creams, whites, beiges, blacks, and browns.
1st Dibs was created to capture the magic of a Parisian flea market online and they have done just that. The network of sellers on 1st dibs is global, meaning you can find artwork from all around the world. Items are added weekly to the site, so this is a platform we like to browse often to find that perfect piece for our clients. Thousands of pieces are also available for auction so don’t forget to check that out also.
Heirloom Art Co
This is a charming local place here in Utah that also has an online storefront. We love Heirloom because many of their pieces were brought home from the owners’ trips to Europe, making them quite unique. Their price point ranges from thousands of dollars for vintage well-known art pieces to $8 for small prints. Their collection of art is overall quite warm, traditional, and inviting.
We can’t post about finding artwork online without mentioning ETSY. This is the go-to marketplace for many people looking for artwork. The variety of prints, vintage pieces, photographs, etc., is unmatched. We like ETSY because you can easily filter artwork by location so if you are specifically looking to support local artists, all you have to do is enter your home state to see what local artists have to offer.
If you find any art pieces that you love from one of these suggested sites, make sure to let us know. We’d love to see what you find!