Nothing completes a beautifully-decorated space quite like hanging that perfect piece of art. But with so much to choose from, it’s hard to know where to start. That’s why we’ve rounded up 10 of our favorite shops to find interesting and wow-worthy art online. From the comfort of your home, browse infinite collections of wall art from around the world. Scroll down to get started!
This Los Angeles-based retailer of original artwork was founded in 2012 by seasoned collectors Chelsea Neman and Jordan Klein. Their online shop is curated with an emphasis on supporting emerging artists; making it a goldmine for one-of-a-kind finds. Their collection offers a wide range of prices and mediums; including prints, textiles and photography.
Products: Sunday Morning
(2015) by Isaac Zoller, $140,
Urban Barn has come a long way from its humble beginning as a small, Vancouver-based home goods shop to a nation-wide destination for all things decorating. What may be less widely-known, is that the retailer also offers a growing number of paintings and wall art for the perfect finishing touch.
Products: Esplanade Wall Art
From vintage clothing to cookware, it’s almost impossible
not to find what you’re looking for on Etsy. The online storefront supports an infinite number of makers that have built a unique community space for shoppers to discover and buy artwork online. An added bonus: as one of the world’s largest collections of small business boutiques, Etsy makes it easy to support independent, local artists.
(2020) by DearVioletArt, from $25,
Formerly Mrkt Gallery, Tacit is an online gallery dedicated to amplifying the work of female artists in a way that is approachable to the emerging art collector. The shop’s growing artist directory will introduce you to names that will forever change your design aesthetic. If you’re looking to give your home a fashionable edge, this is where to start.
Products: Orange Dress
(2021) by Rachel Joanis, from $45,
This is not your everyday art gallery gift shop. The AGO’s dedicated online retail space is a must-visit destination for dressing your walls in affordable art prints from exhibitions past and present. It’s also a great start to growing your local collection, with much of the shop featuring Canadiana and Indigenous artwork.
Products: Dancing Loon Matted Print
(2007) by Kenojuak Ashevak, from $17,
Crate and Barrel
If you’ve fallen in love with Crate and Barrel for its classic style and functional designs, you’ll be delighted to find their collection of wall decor is just as alluring. It offers a surprisingly vast collection of pieces to bring your space together. Tip: Make the most of their curated gallery sets (it’ll take the stress out of DIY-ing your own).
Products: Dune Bleached Wood Wall Art
Crate and Barrel
If you aren’t an art buff, don’t fret — consider Saatchi Art your personal curator. Scrolling through this online shop is like visiting every art gallery across the globe in real time; with plenty of original work from established artists and emerging talent alike. Shop prints, sculpture, photography and paintings.
Products: The Shape of Your Soul 2 Print
(2020) by Luca Brandi, from $180,
There’s a reason vintage art prints always seem to be on-trend — they never go out of style. This Swedish art shop makes finding classic art prints and posters easy and affordable. Design lovers will appreciate the range of colors and styles available — an easy fix to liven up bathroom walls and bedroom nooks.
(1942) inspired by Pablo Picasso, from $15,
One Kings Lane
Housing a generous collection of multi-medium artwork, One Kings Lane is a shop ought to be on every art lover’s radar. Find high-quality abstract art to complement interior furnishings, iconic photography to add a pop culture element to living spaces or simple drawings for a creative edge. Like the styles of work, prices vary, offering something for everyone.
Products: Tennis in the Bahamas
(1957) by Slim Aarons, from $295,
One Kings Lane
In 2019, Canadian twin brothers Byron and Dexter Peart launched Goodee, the online retail space offering home goods inspired by a community of socially-conscious design enthusiasts. Like all of its products, the shop showcases wall art from sculpture to tapestry with sustainability at the forefront of every design.
Products: Wellbeing Tapestry
from Nanimarquina, $1,765,