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WHERE TO BUY AFFORDABLE ART

Looking for affordable art for your apartment, dorm room, or house? Finding affordable art isn't always easy but thankfully I have a few tricks up my sleeve that I'm excited to share with you today!
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1. Art.com: Posters and prints and unlimited framing options.

2. Design Darling: Pretty prints, all under $50.

3. Etsy: Amazing deals if you know where to look. A few of my current favorites: Coco DrawsKerry SteelePamela M.The Joy of Color, and Theresa Drapkin.

4. Gray Malin: Gorgeous photographs starting at $149.

5. Land of Nod: Right now there's a collection of prints curated by Joy Cho all priced at $20.

6. One Kings Lane: Everything from cheeky $20 prints to $400 Slim Aarons prints (a wishlist item for sure).



P.S. Not looking for art right now? Pin the image above for the next time you're redecorating!






13 comments:

Hunter said...

These are all great places to find affordable art!

Hunter
Prep on a Budget

Lauren said...

Love all of these! Thanks for the tips!

Lauren,
http://www.atouchofsoutherngrace.com/

Lauren said...

Great post. I've been struggling with this for MONTHS for my new office which has WAY WAY WAY too much wall space and it stresses me out. I'm a new attorney, so I just can't decide how feminine I want it to be...like tons of floral prints next to my diplomas? Tough balance!!!

Sue Marrazzo said...

Etsy is the best!!!!

Kerrie Mitchell said...

Love all of these! Great tips girl! xo

Sense and Sequins said...

Art is something that I am not willing to break the bank over just yet especially because who knows what my style will be like when I move in with my husband so prints right now are a great options. Plus if you get tired of it you don't feel obligated to keep it because of price tag. Great post. Love the prints in your shop

PMM pamela munger said...

thanks so much for featuring my art!

Lily L-M said...

Totally useful... Etsy is my absolute go-to!

http://whilemyboyfriendsaway.blogspot.com/

TheJoyofColor said...

great finds! thanks so much for sharing my Lemons prings

Alexandra Aimee said...

Oohh I can't wait to explore these!

-- Alex at Cashmere Kangaroo

Hannah said...

Well, since this is a post about finding affordable art, I'll just shamelessly self promote my society6 account since it's in the same price range: http://society6.com/thathannahgirl

Also, my art/project blog here in case you want anything that I haven't put on society6: http://thehannahblog.tumblr.com/

cait said...

you must check out the affordable art fair now open until april 6th!

http://affordableartfair.com/newyork/

Kirsten Elizabeth Gilmore said...

These are good ideas to start with. But, once you do find an artist whose style you love, don't be afraid to contact her directly. I usually give discounts to repeat collectors. I'm sure some other artists might as well. Also, if you like the style of a piece, but not the colors, many artists might be willing to make you a custom colored original that doesn't break the bank. (Full disclosure: I also sell on etsy.)