Art makes any home special. Whether the décor in your space is minimal or maxed out, well selected art will make it personal and oh-so chic. But, navigating the art world can be tricky. There is so much art available online these days, it's hard to know which sources will have pieces that "speak to you." Scour the following sites, and we think you just may find some pieces you can't live without.
The 20 Best Places to Buy Art Online
A newcomer to the art scene, Tappan is the place to go for modern pieces straight out of emerging artist's studios.
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Tyler Healy Woman ($80)
For an assortment of whimsical photography, head to Citizen Atelier. Jessica Alba did...
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Georgianna Lane Versaillles Chandelier IV ($75)
Head here for a collection of prints, paintings, and sculpture that feels not just modern, but in fact futuristic.
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The Ghostly Store
Michael Cina SPC-71 ($40)
A service that allows photographers to upload and sell their images instantaneously, Uplo is endlessly inspirational.
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Nicole Cohen Prada Paris ($32)
The furniture and décor store is a wonderful source for original paintings and prints that feel fittingly fresh.
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Serena & Lily
Paul Pedulla Beachfront Gambrel ($2520)
Although the store's selection is slim, Dream Collective's prints are just as enticing as its womenswear.
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Jeremy Rendina Seed Sound Print ($70)
Jonathan Adler's fun and funky taste doesn't stop with furnishings. Shop his collection of original Slim Aarons photographs, Helena Wurzel paintings, and Victor Vasarely psycadelic prints.
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Jean-Pierre Kesseyan Invested Stripes No 4 Photograph ($6500)
Producing posters locally in Denmark, Paper Collective is the prime source for simple, breathtaking designs.
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Form Us With Love Nature 1:1 Pine Cone ($61)
Julia Kostreva of San Francisco uses a limited color palette to make a major impact with her art.
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Julia Kostreva Night Flowers ($30)
Just like its home goods, LEIF's prints are light-hearted and colorful.
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Malissa Ryder Blue & Pink Form ($325)
Society 6 has an endless supply of art (and what you can do with it), but we're currently digging Ryo Takemasa's graphic food prints.
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Ryo Takemasa Tuna ($28)
We were thrilled when we found Elizabeth Corkery's collection of colorful screenprints. They would make a stylish addition to any home.
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Print Club Boston
Elizabeth Corkery Orange Peak / Violet Peak ($350)
From edgy table sculptures to fashionable photography, ahalife is the place to go to give your art collection some personality.
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Burton Machen Kate 2 ($425)
Designer, illustrator, and art director Alex Proba has created a colleciton of graphic prints and engaging collages.
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Alex Proba Day 332 ($105)
Debbie Carlos' large-scale photography quickly got her noticed, and her frequent collaborations keep us all coming back for more.
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Debbie Carlos Fog Print ($40)
Jason Munn's posters definitely feel of another era. But, with inspiration from current musicians, also very modern.
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Jason Munn Barsuk 15 - Phantogram ($30)
With background information on their featured artists, and a decidedly current collection, Exhibition A is the closet you'll get to visiting an actual gallery.
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Sebastiaan Bremer As His Suns Are Flying ($150)
You can spend hours on Etsy looking for art, but lately we've just been admiring Joel Penkman's giclée prints.
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Joel Penkman Red and Brown ($44)
With a name like Made By Girl, it's no surprise the prints are worthy of any "It girl."
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Made By Girl
Made By Girl Zebra Abstract ($18)
With many pieces referencing graffiti, Poster Child Prints will give your gallery wall some street cred.
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Poster Child Prints
Baron Von Fancy This Ain't My First Time at the Rodeo ($100)
Which source is your favorite? Sound off in the comments below...