12 Best Sites to Buy Cheap & Affordable Wall Art Online

Even if you’re not crazy about interior design, chances are you’ve tried to find cheap wall art online at some point or another to give your house or apartment a little oomph. Considering how much time we’re currently spending cooped up at home, there’s never been a better time to consider revamping your living space (especially when it could help improve your mood!)

No matter your specific taste, a few pieces of affordable wall décor are a great, non-permanent way of brightening up any area, whether you’re hoping to add more flair to your living room, adorn your bedroom, or your new dorm room with reminders of the things you love.

There are so many online stores that sell amazing wall art, but you don’t have to be Pinterest-savvy to pick out great canvas art, prints, and other décor within your price point. Here, Teen Vogue presents you with the 12 best places to purchase cheap wall art online, from big names to small online businesses you’d need on your radar!

No matter what you’re searching for, Etsy’s Black-owned wall décor section is your one-stop shop for gorgeous and affordable wall art. For on-trend prints in hues of brown, orange, and pink, check out seller TheEverydayPrintCo, whose work is commended by reviewers for their combination of minimalism and vibrant colors. FrequencyOfLove, specializing in collage-like prints of iconic Black figures like Alice Walker and Marsha P. Johnson, is another must destination for wall art. The best part? Most prints cost just $39 and include free shipping!


$39.00, Etsy


$31.00, Etsy

If you haven’t already, it’s time you check out all the cheap wall décor Urban Outfitters stocks online. Prices start as low as $10 for poster-sized prints. At two feet tall and three feet wide, it packs a major punch for such an affordable piece. If you prefer your wall art framed, they have great options, too. Simply pair it with a string of twinkle lights to bring any room to life.

Grace Waxing Crescent Moon Art Print

$19.00, Urban Outfitters

Atelier J Blossom Bird Art Print

$59.00, Urban Outfitters

Would this really be a cheap wall art roundup if we didn’t include items from Society6? The online artist marketplace contains so much wall décor that you’d probably never scroll through it all, but that also means you can find thousands of great new prints with every click. Grab a dreamy print from French-Canadian artist Isabelle Feliu, like the appropriately named Petit Hôtel Rose, or invest in some affordable canvas art with this galaxy-inspired piece from the artist Sylvain Combe, which still falls under $100. You can rest assured knowing that your purchase will actually support the artist who made your print, as they receive a commission for every single order.

Petit Hôtel Rose Art Print by Isabelle Feliu

$36.00, Society6

Terrazzo Galaxy Canvas Print by Sylvain Combe

$99.00, Society6

We promise that Nordstrom does, in fact, sell plenty of affordable wall décor. Most of it comes from the brand Deny Designs, which creates elegant framed wall art that looks way more expensive than it really is. As with any Nordstrom purchase, your order comes risk-free thanks to the company’s free shipping and returns policy.

Deny Designs Catherine McDonald – Los Angeles Sunset Art Print

$29.00, Nordstrom

Deny Designs Quiet Art Unframed Wall Art

$20.00, Nordstrom

Walmart’s inventory of wall décor ranges from framed abstract prints to throwback-style band posters. The online Dorm Decor section is full of trendy, low-cost options — for example, at $16, this macramé wall hanging is a great unconventional alternative to traditional wall art. If you’re hoping to buy multiple coordinating pieces at once or your fave celeb posters, Walmart has you covered.

BTS (Bangtan Boys) – Group Poster

$9.00, Walmart

Marmont Hill Light Green Macrame Wall Hanging

$16.00, Walmart

Just like its sister store, Anthropologie carries a handful of wall décor. However, compared to Urban Outfitters, the prices are a bit steeper. Don’t fret, there are plenty of options that are under $100 and fit various interior design aesthetics.

Artfully Walls Paris Commute Wall Art

$98.00, Anthropologie

Artfully Walls Floral Face I Wall Art

$98.00, Anthropologie

You don’t have to be an art major to covet some prints from major artists. You also don’t have to spend serious $$$ either. The MoMA Design Store has plenty of prints under $150 dollars that will make your WFH set up feel like an art museum.

New York Map Print

$26.00, MoMA Design Store

Warhol: Untitled from Campbell’s Soup Print

$19.00, MoMA Design Store

Rifle Paper Co. is the adorable stationery and décor destination you need on your radar. Beyond its selection of desk accessories, greeting cards, and calendars, the site features a collection of incredible hand-painted prints. For as little as $24, you can grab one commemorating your favorite city, with options ranging from Paris to Atlanta. Looking for something more socially resonant? Consider this minimalist print featuring a delicate floral graphic and poignant quote from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. All proceeds from the latter will be donated to the Equal Justice Initiative, an organization committed to ending mass incarceration in the United States.

Paris Art Print

$24.00, Rifle Paper Co.

MLK, Jr. Quote Art Print

$24.00, Rifle Paper Co.

The Wall Art Under $100 tab on World Market’s website is chock-full of affordable gems, no matter your taste. This kaleidoscope butterfly piece gives off major cottagecore energy thanks to its rustic wooden frame, and it would look amazing hanging just above your headboard. Another great find: This set of seven pieces from artist Roseanne Kenny, which are perfect if you wanted to create a collage wall.

Block Print By Roseanne Kenny Wall Art Prints 7 Piece

$20.00, World Market

Round Vintage Butterfly Kaleidoscope Framed Wall Art

$60.00, World Market

This Black-owned online retailer is the place to go for non-traditional wall hangings. Every item sold by BLK MKT Vintage is a found object from another decade, which means the website is a beacon for one-of-a-kind décor. But that doesn’t mean it’s not affordable. Add some sporty flair to your wall art collection with one of these $25 mini pennants from the 1950s, ‘60s, and ’70s, or turn a $27 archival teen magazine into a DIY framed print. Supporting a small business while getting your hands on some truly unique accents to complement any decorating style? Win-win.


$25.00, BLK MKT Vintage


$27.00, BLK MKT Vintage

Not only does Jungalow carry the most vibrant array of homewares you’ve ever laid eyes on, but the website also boasts some seriously amazing wall art from independent femme artists. The Night In Marrakech print by artist Roeqiya Fris is vivid enough to transport you away from your work-from-home setup whenever you give it a glance. Jungalow’s inventory even includes pieces created by the company’s founder, Justine Blakeney, like this picnic-inspired print that’s as cheerful as it is versatile. Mount it in your favorite frame or simply place it on the wall as-is using command strips.

Picnic Art Print by Justina Blakeney

$40.00, Jungalow

Night In Marrakech Art Print by Roeqiya Fris

$40.00, Jungalow

Redbubble might be known as a laptop sticker destination but it’s actually one of the best places to go for wall art that suits every budget, with many pieces available for under $15. This psychedelic, Beatles-inspired piece from seller Audrey Herbertson comes on a sturdy 5-by-7-inch artboard and costs just $11, and it even comes with velcro hanging dots included! If you’d rather get something larger, we fully endorse the Grow Through What You Go Through art print from seller Fabfeminist, which is available in sizes up to 32 by 34 inches.

Fabfeminist Grow Through What You Go Through Art Print

$63.00, Red Bubble

Audrey Herberston I Wanna Hold Your Hand

$11.00, Red Bubble

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