Where To Buy Coastal Artwork, Plus My Favorite Pieces

Hi everyone, I hope you’re having a great week! I recently heard from a few readers that artwork is one of the most challenging home decor items to shop for. I definitely don’t disagree! It has to fit the size of your wall, be the right shape, match the rest of the decor in the room, you need to love the frame – and it has to fit within your budget! And let’s face it, artwork can be expensive! We’ve been in our home for just over five years now, and believe it or not I still have a few empty walls that need some love. I definitely take my time sourcing artwork for my own home – so you shouldn’t feel bad if you do too. 🙂 So if you’re wondering where to buy coastal artwork, this post is definitely for you!

Coastal Artwork

Below you’ll find my top go-to sources for artwork (and some runner’s up), as well as some of my own favorite coastal pieces. 

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Target

Target has really stepped up their artwork game in the last year, and I’ve been really impressed with the affordable pieces that I’ve found there! Artwork for larger walls can be really pricey, but they have some great gallery wall options, sets and larger pieces that won’t break the bank.

Minted

While you may think of Minted as a card and stationary shop, it’s also a fantastic place to buy artwork. You can buy canvases, prints that you can frame yourself, or already framed prints. They usually have at least five or six sizes available for each print, and they have more than a dozen high-quality frames that you can choose from (I especially love their hand carved whitewashed herringbone frame!). The prints can also be matted, float mounted, etc. This level of customization makes it so easy to find artwork that fits your exact needs.

I especially recommend Minted if you love photography art. They offer some truly stunning beach photos from so many photographers, each with their own unique styles. I also love that by purchasing from Minted, you’re supporting small, independent photographers and artists.

Pottery Barn

One of my go-to’s for all home decor, I know I can rely on Pottery Barn for beautiful, quality artwork. Some of the options I included come in multiple sizes and frame colors. This again makes it much easier to find artwork that fits with your home’s current decor.

Also, some of their artwork can be a little higher priced than most. However, I find that those are generally pieces that will make a statement in your home and may be worth the splurge. Typically when you have a statement piece, you’ll end up spending less on artwork for the other walls in that room. You won’t want anything oversized that will detract attention from your room’s one statement piece.

One of my favorites is Pottery Barn’s “Sunlit Horizon Framed Print.” I have this hanging above the fireplace in our master bedroom (seen here in my Instagram post). I love waking up to it each morning – the soft serene colors really set the tone for my day.

Ballard Designs

Next on my list of where to buy coastal artwork is Ballard Designs. While Ballard Designs has a “coastal” filter on their site to help you more easily find their coastal artwork, some of these options that I love and that I included here didn’t surface. So when shopping Ballard Designs, I recommend always looking at their artwork without any filters in place.

I am in love with the “Pastel Sunset Artwork” included below. I’ve looked at it so many times that I’m served ads for it multiple times per day when I open Instagram or Facebook. Funny how these retailers chase you down until you finally cave and buy whatever it is that you viewed on their site! 🙂

Wayfair

Wayfair has a huge selection of artwork so it’s almost impossible to not find a piece that will work in your home. Plus, it’s typically a bit more affordable. Some of these pieces come in multiple sizes and frame colors so be sure to check for those options.

Etsy

Etsy also has a lot of great options for coastal artwork, including inexpensive downloadable prints. With those, you simply print and place into your own frame. This is a great option when you want a small piece of artwork for your shelves or an accent table, although many of these downloadable prints can be printed as posters if you’re looking for a piece that’s larger. I’ve used Framebridge, pictureframes.com, and Frame It Easy to frame prints before and was very happy with the results!

For the highest quality print and best color, I recommend taking the file to Staples, Office Depot, or another local printer and having it printed on thicker paper stock vs. printing at home.

Also, did you know that as followers and readers of Casually Coastal, you have access to all of my favorite Etsy finds that I’ve saved in my account over the years? A complete collection of all of my favorite Etsy artwork and wall decor can be found here, while all of my favorite Etsy finds can be viewed here (by category).


Runner’s Up – Where to Buy Coastal Artwork

  • You’d probably never think of Nordstrom for artwork, but they actually have quite a few coastal prints. I bought this “Somewhere in Cali print during their anniversary sale and have it hanging on the wall as you exit my kitchen. It has such a fun, summery vibe! 

  • The Megan Molten Shop also has some beautiful pieces, including “A Distant Port,” which I’ve been pining over for months and months. This artwork is typically on the pricier side though!

  • Serena & Lily has absolutely gorgeous artwork. However, they definitely come with a price tag which is why I’m putting them in the runner’s up category. I especially love Caroline Pacula’s exclusive Serena & Lily prints.
     
  • Boston Interiors is a local furniture company here in Massachusetts that I buy quite a bit of my home decor from and they have some great artwork. Some of the pieces that they sell are of Boston, Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket (you can see their “Wood Chart Cape Cod” piece that I have in my home in this Instagram post). This may not interest you if you don’t live local or don’t have an attachment to these spots. However, Boston Interiors also has some beautiful, non-location specific coastal artwork that’s worth taking a look at since they do ship.

  • Carly Tabak Print Shop – a fantastic source for gorgeous photography wall art. I absolutely love her photography style and her beachy prints and recently ordered a 30″x40″ print for our master bedroom (which I still need to buy a frame for). Whether you’re looking for something vibrant or muted, she has so many beautiful options!

  • HomeGoods and Homesense can also be great sources for coastal artwork but it’s definitely hit or miss. It’s worth the hunt though to find affordable artwork that you love that doesn’t break the bank!

For additional coastal artwork ideas, definitely follow my “Artwork” board on Pinterest, which I regularly add to. 

What are your go-to places for artwork and what kind of pieces do you gravitate towards? Several years ago I would have never bought an abstract piece and now I love them! It’s so interesting how tastes can evolve over the years, which is what makes decorating your own home so fun!

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4 Comments

  1. October 9, 2020 / 10:28 am

    Gorgeous decorating ideas! I’m wanting to redecorate my home with more coastal and ocean themes, so I will keep this in mind. 🙂

    • October 9, 2020 / 11:25 am

      Thanks for taking the time to read the post Alyssa and I love the idea of redecorating with more coastal looks! 🙂 It really does make a home feel warm and relaxing!

  2. October 20, 2020 / 11:46 am

    Oh! Can’t wait to check out your Pinterest board!!

    • October 25, 2020 / 1:16 pm

      Hi Andi, thanks so much for taking the time to read the post! I hope you enjoy my Pinterest board!

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