By Jack Archer for DETAILS.
Getting into art is often intimating, but it shouldn't be. Here are a few great places to shop for the good stuff in a way that's easy and fun, not snobby and confusing.
Artspace: This site has tasteful art advisers that are standing by to help you find the right art for your home. It's loaded with tons of easy-to-digest information too, so going from novice to enthusiast just by browsing is likely.
Captured: This online store is focused on gorgeous large-format photography with a brilliant twist -- only one striking image at a time is available, and it's only available for a single week. Once it's gone, it's gone, and it'll never be available again.
Artsy: Not only is Artsy a beautiful encyclopedia of the world's greatest art, but it's also an outstanding place to find the perfect piece for your pad. The process is a little more involved than hitting "add to cart" and typing in your shipping address, but the personal and white-glove experience via its partnered galleries makes any purchase through the site all the more special.
Gray Malin: The sunny and stunning work of Gray Malin, one of the greatest fine-art photographers living today, has some serious Slim Aarons vibes. His store is loaded with jet-set-focused large-format photography that will make any room feel like a postcard.
1stdibs: Acting as a middleman and curator for the world's most beautiful things, 1stdibs is a great resource and catalog of some of the coolest furniture, jewelry, watches and fine art money can buy. It's all killer, no killer -- it does a great job filtering out the boring.
Saatchi Art: Considered to be the world's largest online gallery, Saatchi Art has a little bit of everything, but most interestingly, has a wide range of prices. So whether your budget is three figures or six, there's art for you.
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