8 of Our Favorite Places to Find Budget-Friendly Art

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Affordable Art: 9 of the Best Places to Find It | Wit & Delight
Photo by Nicole Feest at NYLONSADDLE Photography

The art you hang on your walls is personal. At its core, it should bring you a bit of delight every time you notice it. Does it matter if said art resonates with anyone else who enters your home? No! Does art need to be expensive to be deserving of the vertical real estate on your walls? Absolutely not.

Readers have asked a number of times for recommendations on where to source affordable art. In today’s post, we’re sharing the answer, conveniently collected in one spot for your browsing ease.

Below you’ll find some of our favorite places to buy affordable art, plus a couple of ways to get creative on your quest.

1. Target

Image via Target

This beacon of a store for everything from toiletries to cookware to clothing is also a great spot to source home decor and, more specifically, artwork. You may have to scrounge a bit for the piece that particularly strikes your fancy because they have plenty of enticing options from which to choose.

2. Jungalow

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Image via Jungalow

The Target art shown above is from the Opalhouse designed with Jungalow line. For even more artwork from Jungalow’s Justina Blakeney, head straight to the source at jungalow.com. There, you’ll find bold pieces from Justina and a selection of featured artists.

3. Minted

Affordable Art: 9 of the Best Places to Find It | Wit & Delight
Shown above, the She’s Blooming print and the The Fox Takes Off Her Gloves print from Minted

Want to customize your artwork selection? Look no further than the magic of minted.com. Buying from Minted allows you to customize the size of your artwork, the type of frame, the type of mat, and more. Your ideal piece of artwork is right at your fingertips.

4. Greeting Cards

Image via Rifle Paper Co.

While browsing Golden Rule Gallery a few months ago, I came across the loveliest greeting card, featuring an abstract line drawing of a person in colors of pink and blue and yellow. I promptly purchased it, picked up a frame at CB2, and hung it in my bathroom.

Don’t forget that almost anything can become artwork if you’d like it to.

5. Juniper Print Shop

Image via Juniper Print Shop

Juniper Print Shop is a great place to go for a curated selection of affordable art. The shop sells prints only, starting at just $20, and the range of sizes goes from 16″ x 20″ all the way up to 55″ x 79″, for all of your varying needs.

6. Magazines

Image via @darling on Instagram

While your standard glossy reads may not be the best ones from which to source art, I can guarantee that there are independent publications aplenty with pages worthy of a spot on your wall.

I have a stack of Darling magazines at home and every time I have an empty frame that needs filling, or a spot on the wall in need of some personality, I head to their pages and always find something to display.

7. Thrift and Antique Stores

Photo by Chelsey Werth

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: if you want to find unique treasures for your home, shopping secondhand at least part of the time is the way to go. The patina and character you’ll find on a piece from an antique store simply will not be matched by a brand new piece of art. Blend your new and old artwork together in your home for a wonderfully distinctive look.

8. Tappan Collective

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Image via Tappan Collective

Tappan Collective is a marketplace of curated art featuring the work of emerging artists. You can find contemporary prints, photography, and even original artwork here. While some of the art is at a higher price point, it’s easy to set parameters so you can browse within your budget!

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BY Jackie Saffert - August 18, 2021

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August 18, 2021 3:01 pm

I love this! After this last year I was really missing being able to visit art museums while they were closed, so I framed some of the admissions pins I’d collected from various ones over the years – it makes me smile everyday

August 30, 2021 10:51 pm

hello there! I’m hoping that I don’t sound like a troll, so here goes! Support local artists! Invest in art! I’d love for readers to consider spending just as much on artwork as they do on a sofa, or wallpaper, or kitchen counters, and the labor to install those features. How does your art budget compare to the rest of your décor budget? I cringe when I read about “budget-friendly” or “affordable” art. The good thing about art is that if you want to change it up in 5 years, you don’t just throw it away like you would with… Read more »

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