It's so easy to let the balance of your decorating budget fall towards furniture and rugs — the pieces you need to be comfortable and high quality — which often leaves the walls of well-appointed homes looking a little unloved...or at least unconsidered. Here, our round-up of 12 online shops to purchase wow-worthy artworks and mirrors without breaking the bank.
's vibrant community of artists from across the world has a generally colorful, upbeat vibe — though with such an enormous range, it's unfair to pigeonhole. Don't miss the foil-pressed pieces for extra sparkle, and reasonable framing rates. Featured artists: Jaime Derringer, Alexandra Nazari, and Kelly Ventura, among others. Prices start at $20 for 7x5 prints, up to $207 for larger sizes.
Seen here: by Alexandra Nazari, starting at $20
is well-known for their cheerful offerings for kids' rooms, but they also have a wildly inventive selection of statement mirrors that will guarantee a "where did you find that?!" Prices from $15 to $220.
Seen here: , $99
, a brand-new online shop, has perhaps the most dynamic and boisterous offerings —new artists come and go, with new pop-up shops daily. While it's constantly changing, they can be counted on for options that range from modern to fabulously absurd. Prices range, appropriately, but are generally around $30-$200.
Seen here: by Beth Hoeckel, $69
has a globally-inspired collection of mirrors that go from simple squares to rainbow-hued patchwork frames (and everything in between). From $10 to $300.
Seen here: , $108
You can count on for cheeky illustrated phrases (both in print and cross-stitch) as well as dreamy scenes courtesy of the blogger-turned-shop owner's well-edited choice of artists, including Teil Duncan, Danielle Kroll, and Sarah Martinez. Prices from $25 to $160.
Seen here: by Danielle Kroll, $25
features mirrors with strong architectural interest to add drama to even the most square-box of a room. Prices from $39 to $879.
Seen here: , $369
spotlights provocative and alluring art from rising artists, all selected by an impressive curatorial board. Look here for artists such as Denise Duong, Alexandra Posen, and Mark Freedman; prices from $125 into the thousands. .
Seen here: by Mark Freedman, $125
stocks beautifully-crafted mirrors that are can't-lose choices for a traditional interior — though that doesn't mean they're all plain jane pieces. Branches, rope, and creative shapes are all represented. Prices from $41 to $999.
Seen here: , $149
, aka Seattle-based artist Bridget Beth Collins, sells photographs of the staggeringly intricate and beautiful floral arrangements she creates from petals and leaves, from $12 for 6" x 6" to $22.
Seen here: by Flora Forager, starting at $12
Looking for something with some character? The second-hand (but still in excellent condition) mirrors available from range from Art Deco to Chippendale to months-old pieces from your favorite retailers. Prices start at $45 and go into the thousands.
Seen here: , $75
features artists from around the world and a variety of mediums, all curated by tastemakers, such as our sister publication , to help you choose. Artists include Lola Donoghue, Kiana Mosley, and Danielle Krysa, among others. Prices start in the $20s and go into the thousands for one-of-a-kind pieces
Seen here: print by Hollie Chastain
's limited-edition fine art prints are from up-and-coming artists such as Luke Edward Hall, Kathryn Warren, and Olivia Rae James. Think whimsical fashion illustrations, charcoal drawings, and eclectic photography, with prices starting at $50 for an 8" x 10", and going up to $500 with size.
Seen here: by Luke Edward Hall, starting at $50