Get comfortable: cozy art selects for next level nesting


Art by Hilma af Klint and William Wegman

All hail the homebodies—this is the season when staying in makes a comeback. Whether your idea of indoor bliss is more candlelit dinner parties or cancelled plans, these artworks double down on the domestic delight. They’re hand-selected by our curatorial team to help you hone in on homey excellence, while making your place look nicer in the process. (Don't forget to add one of our handcrafted custom frames!)

Tackle that reading list from your favorite chair. Get organized. Finally commit to journaling. Call up old friends. Cook more. Get your living room in shelter mag shape. Catch up on that show. Refuse to go out. Sleep in like your life depends on it. Start the indoor inspo with our art picks below.

 

 
offSET #29, New York
by Lacey Terrell


Gradient Rainbow Weaving
by Sunwoven


Oranges
by Jennifer Mason


Red Plastic Plates
by Ann Toebbe


Books Are Magic
by Jenny Kroik


Flowers in a Glass Bowl
by Rachel Ruysch


Victorian Interior II
by Horace Pippin


Small Rohdea Collection I,
a 20x200 Vintage Edition


Plant Parenthood
by Michelle Rial


Three cats watching fish in an aquarium,
a 20x200 Vintage Edition


Appleton Street
by Helena Wurzel


Old Flip Clock
by Todd McLellan


Cabins on US 99
by Dorothea Lange

Gust of Wind
by Laura Bell

Time Don't Mean a Thing
by Hiro Kurata

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