Designers Top 10 Places Where To Buy Wall Artshopping
Whether you’re interested in introducing some color into your home or want to add a touch of drama to an otherwise drab room, wall art is one of the best ways to liven up a space. It has the benefit of being portable (you can pack it up with your things when you move), swappable (much better than tearing down wallpaper), and pair-able (who doesn’t love a good gallery wall?). Indeed, when it comes to easy decorating ideas, incorporating art is a no-brainer. The thing that isn’t easy, however, can be tracking down the art that you want. For those with schedules that don’t permit constant gallery-hopping, finding the best art for your home can sometimes seem next to impossible.
Luckily, a fresh crop of new and exciting companies have popped up, each with a mission to bring the best of the creative world to your home. From limited edition prints from some of today’s most popular artists to one-of-a-kind creations, these ten sources will have you bringing beautiful art into your home in no time.
20 x 200
20 X 200’s motto is “It’s Art For Everyone” and the company has stayed true to this ethos from the beginning. Offering exclusive limited edition prints from some of today’s most exciting artists, there’s something for every budget. (Image: “Can You Imagine” by Tray Speegle)
With services for your own personal creations and a line-up of amazing artist work to choose from, New York-based Fotofoam offers affordable, gallery quality printing and framing. (Image: “Mt. Whitney” by Cody William Smith)
Buy Some Damn Art
U Gallery, an online representative for some of the country’s top emerging artists, offers affordable original art and the option to try pieces out in your home before purchasing. (Image: “X” by Peter Hoss)
In addition to acting as a portal to some of the world’s best galleries and artists, Artsy allows you view art currently on exhibit in galleries and place bids on pieces up at auction. (Image: “Interior: Zebra with Two Chairs and Chunky Fur” by Mickalene Thomas)
Perhaps one of the most notable of the recent “democratizers” of original art, Society6 allows artists to upload and curate their own online print shops. There are endless options, but there are some gems to be had! (Image: “Dhurrie Ocean 2” by Matthew Korbel-Bowers)