Art For Your Walls Made Easy: Society 6

Art For Your Walls Made Easy: Society 6

Over the last few weeks, multiple friends have been asking me where to get cool, affordable art and my answer is always the same: Society 6.

Their selection is HUGE and for those of you like me who dread dealing with framing, they have a bunch of options to choose from so your art shows up ready to hang.

I keep going back to Society 6 for a few reasons:

1. Artists are in control of what work they put up for sale and directly receive a percentage of the sale price. You can feel good about what you’re buying.

2. They run killer sales. If you join their mailing list, you can get in on some great deals.

3. If you love a piece of art, they don’t just sell wall prints. Grab everything from throw pillows to phone cases to shower curtains!

My favorite artist is Chad Wys. I remember seeing his art years ago in person hanging in the home interiors section of Liberty London and tracking down his work online. When I realized he had a shop on Society 6, I bought a few pieces for the office and have kept adding to my collection never since. You can see 3 of his pieces in the top photo.

Art For Your Walls Made Easy: Society 6

Looking for new art? These are a few of my current favorite pieces:

1. Monstera by 83 Oranges

2. Close Noir by Quibe (*Just bought this one!)

3. Composition 566 by Chad Wys

4. A Certain Kind Of Magic by LouiJoverArt

5. Palm Springs by Lizzie Darden

6. That-A-Way by Anna Dorfman

7. Tropical Storm by Sarah Eisenlohr

8. Untitled Abstract Composition 3 by Chad Wys (*Just bought this one!)

9. Tonight by Hanna Kastl-Lungberg

10. Decor by Sarah Eisenlohr

11. This Isn’t You by Daniel Taylor

12. Untitled Composition 3 by Chad Wys

I hope this makes filling your walls a breeze!

P.S. This post isn’t sponsored, I’m just a big fan of how accessible Society 6 has made great art.

2 Responses to Art For Your Walls Made Easy: Society 6

  1. Anna says:

    I love Society 6, but find their selection of artists a little overwhelming. Do you have any tips on how to sort through it all to find the art that you really love?

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