My Favorite Spots to Buy Prints Online

Art is such an important part of your interior decor because it adds color, height, and little toddler hands can’t reach high enough to destroy it. Original art can be expensive so prints are a great alternative. There are so many fantastic prints out there and they are accessible and inexpensive. Here are a few of my favorite places to buy prints online…

The Jungalow is a wonderful spot to find colorful bohemian and globally inspired prints. Image via the Jungalow. Art by Kenesha Sneed.

The Jungalow is a wonderful spot to find colorful bohemian and globally inspired prints. Image via the Jungalow. Art by Kenesha Sneed.

Etsy is a goldmine for fabulous, inexpensive prints. Moonberry Prints, Clare Elsaesser, and Sisi and Seb are some of my favorites. Once you get onto Etsy just search what you’re looking for and hundreds of options will come up. it’s a dream.

I’m in love with these Frida Kahlo prints from Moonberry Prints on Etsy. They were a steal at $14 a pop, and make a big impact on this otherwise empty wall.

I’m in love with these Frida Kahlo prints from Moonberry Prints on Etsy. They were a steal at $14 a pop, and make a big impact on this otherwise empty wall.

Anewall has a really cool collection of quirky vintage inspired prints, plus some amazing large scale floral wallpaper. Their pieces come in a range of sizes and frame options, so you can create a gallery wall or find a killer piece of focal art without breaking the bank. The Mary Eaton print below is one of my favorites.

Anewall’s evening in Italy by Claude Lorraine print over the fireplace. Image via Am Dolce Vita

Anewall’s giant Mary Eaton print looks amazing in the eclectic living space. Image via Anewall

Katie Kime is a local Austin shop that sells a variety of whimsical items, but their colorful prints are some of my favorites. They are perfect for a feminine space or a children’s room.

This colorful camel print comes in a range of sizes and is such a fun addition to a nursery or gallery wall. Image via Katie Kime

Image via Katie Kime

Society 6 has an enormous, insanely well-curated range of prints that come in a variety of sizes. They offer everything from super simple abstracts, to feminine watercolors, to bizarre prints that make no sense but are awesome anyways. Here are a few of my favorites:

I love Lulu and Georgia for their feminine boho decor, furniture, and their fantastic selection of prints. While many of their prints are feminine boho like the rest of the site, they also carry a nice range of eclectic photography.

Image via Bower Power

Image via Lulu and Georgia

If you’re in the market for artwork, take some time to check out these print shops, and seek out some more. The selection of prints out there is incredible, plus you can acquire them for SO MUCH LESS than most original art. There is something incredibly special about an amazing print, especially when you dig deep to find exactly what you’re looking for. Let me know what you find!

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