The 7 Best Websites for Prints – Plus Enter to Win $1,000 Toward a Gallery Wall

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Picture this: finding the perfect prints to complete your home. Some may say it’ll never happen and that it’s just a fantasy, but don’t listen to them — they lack the creative vision that you have deep within. To help you along this photo-finding journey, we’ve put together a list of the best websites for finding and buying prints. Whether you want to save on paint and plaster your walls with beautiful and unique prints or you need that one perfect print for your guest bathroom, these websites will lend a hand.

Want to jump straight to that $1,000 giveaway we mentioned? Deets about our Gallery Wall Giveaway are at the bottom of this post. Click here for a magical shortcut! ;)

1. Etsy

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This one’s cute! And only $6.45 for a digital download. Seriously, for less than seven bucks how can you say no to this pretty pink print? Print details

Let’s start this list off with the good-old-reliable Etsy! There’s a reason Etsy has become the go-to spot for decor goods. With about 1.6 million sellers and more than 35 million products for sale, they are bound to have just what you’re looking for; hence the 25 million folks who are already actively shopping on their site. Into nature photos? Dream about geometric shapes? Etsy has tons to offer!

2. Curioos

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Me: *Reaches hand at computer screen and hums the force theme* Han Solo: That’s not how the force works. Print details

Not just anybody can sell their goods on Curioos and that’s what makes them a great place to look for digital prints! Their teams in New York and Paris carefully select the images they want to sell on their website, so you really can’t mess this one up! BONUS – they always use the latest printing technology and the best materials available to ensure quality prints.

3. 20×200

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If I had a pool house this would be in it. Print details

Everyone can find a print they like on 20×200 that’s why their motto is “It’s art for everyone.” If you consider yourself a trendsetter, this site is for you. 20×200 frequently collaborates with artists to feature exclusive, limited-edition artwork. Don’t worry, you are in good hands! Whether you want to spend just a little or more than a lot, they will meticulously package your museum-quality prints and make sure they safely make it to your doorstep.

4. Artspace

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PREACH! Print details

Artspace features prints from some of the best artists in contemporary fine art. That, plus their partnership with cultural institutions, museums and galleries across the globe is why they have been featured in so many publications, including Dwell and Apartment Therapy.

5. FineArtAmerica.com

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Because maps are cool, especially when they’re colorful! Print details

FineArtAmerica.com allows talented artists from around the world to sell their art. Check out this cool stat: More than 95,000 living artists and photographers currently offer two million images for sale. So, if you need a mental break and just want to spend an afternoon looking at pretty prints, join the more than 5 million folks who visit this site monthly and browse away!

6. Zatista

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This print is bananas. Print details

“You don’t have to be a Rockefeller to buy or understand art.” That’s Zatista’s motto, and we couldn’t agree more.  You won’t find cheap, mass produced prints here. Zatista’s prints are 100 percent  unique and 100 percent original. Also, if you are a fan of saving $$, you’ll be happy to hear that Zatista is able to charge lower commision rates because they represent hundreds of artists from all over the world.

7. National Geographic

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I’ll take 10, because sharks are really cool, right? Print details

Who doesn’t love pics of animals?! Like seriously! National Geographic offers digital prints of some of their most awesome, ridiculously epic animal photos. They also feature some fantastic magazine-quality photos from around the world.  

No matter what print you go with, if you want to look like a real grown up… frame it. Framebridge is our go to for easy, affordable custom framing. It’s super simple, you just choose a frame style and they’ll provide packaging to mail in your art. Framebridge beautifully custom frames your print and sends it back ready to hang!

OK, now that you spent the past five hours looking at prints, it’s time to buy some! Don’t feel like spending your own money and wish you could just magically have $500 to buy prints? Well, you’re in luck! Enter our Gallery Wall Giveaway for a chance to win $500, plus a $500 gift card to Framebridge to get the perfect frames to accompany your perfect art.

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Josh is Redfin’s social media guru. Prior to joining the team, he worked on digital marketing campaigns for top national brands including Starburst and Kohl’s. His dream home has a master bedroom with a king sized bed that’s an arm’s reach away from Starbucks. Plus, a kitchen with its very own Thai takeout window so he can order Chicken Pad Thai on the fly. Redfin is a full-service real estate brokerage that uses modern technology to make clients smarter and faster. For more information about working with a Redfin real estate agent to buy or sell a home, visit our "Why Redfin?," page.

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