Nothing makes your home feel more like your home than filling it with decor that suits and represents your personality, which is why wall art is so important. Boring white walls? They don't exactly give you that lived-in, homey vibe. But art that fits your aesthetic and interests—and maybe even makes you smile—can make all the difference in the world.
Whether you're looking for ultra-affordable prints you can frame yourself or high-end artwork from famous (and emerging!) artists, these are some of the best places for art-shopping online. Get ready to browse for hours, because these sites are full of options.
Pictured: "The Balancing 2" by Francesca Iannaccone
You might know as a place to buy holiday cards and photo gifts, but the brand also has a huge, varied selection of original artwork by different artists that you can order in just about any size you'd like, framed or unframed.
Pictured: "Poppies" by Georgia O'Keeffe
is a great resource for everything from home goods and jewelry to beauty and wellness products, but it's the art section that'll have you inspired. You'll find prints, canvas art, photography, sculptures, and more from well-known and emerging artists around the world.
Pictured: "How Many Plants Is Enough?" by Alja Horvat
is one of the best options for more affordable art—perfect for if you're filling up an entire gallery wall. You can browse by artist, search by style, color, keyword, and more, and get just about any design you like in framed or unframed prints, canvas art, tapestries, and even home goods.
Pictured: "The Open Window" by Henri Matisse
At , you can buy prints of famous works of art, discover new art, and even have your own photos printed and framed for you. You can search by artist if there's a particular artist you're looking for, or browse by subject.
Pictured: Modern Watercolor Green Plants Print Set from AvatarDecor
is probably already your go-to for handmade items, but if you're not ordering art prints from the site, you're missing out. You can find tons of original artwork (framed and unframed) on Etsy, as well as instant download art for super cheap—if you're willing to print it out and frame it yourself.
Pictured: "I=1" by Dyanna Dimick
is an awesome resource for finding art online, especially if you want to discover and support independent artists. You can browse by artist or by artwork type, or check out the site's Discover tab to be search by new art, daily finds, and editors' picks.
Pictured: "Bird Sings A New Tune" by Kris Chau
You might not think of as a place to buy wall art, but whether you're looking for cool artwork or cheeky message prints, the brand has you covered with a surprisingly large selection. Order your favorite prints in various sizes, and you're good to go.
Pictured: "Wedding Cake House" by Rachel Blumberg
is about to become your new go-to for inexpensive but still limited edition art. Every Tuesday, the site releases new museum quality archival prints at an affordable price point, and a small portion of the proceeds goes to charities that are important to the artists.
Pictured: "Meet You Halfway" by Little Blue Moon
is the online art destination for you if you want more high end, fine art options and are willing to spend. But, it also has a big selection of art that's more on the affordable side, so really, there's a little something for everyone.
Pictured: "Pattern" by Ollio
is a great resource for finding contemporary art, thanks to its curated selection and wide range of prices. And yes, if you're wondering, Absolut Art is brought to you by the well-known Swedish vodka brand (which once , in case you didn't know.)