A living room with a grey colour scheme

Ten stylish Artsper artworks designed to enhance the home

Promotion: leading online art marketplace Artsper presents a selection of handpicked pieces of art from ten international artists that can be used to decorate and add character to the interior of any home.

Artsper offers more than 200,000 artworks – starting at £50 – including a range of paintings, sculptures and photography, from famous artists to new and upcoming talent.

Artsper's aim is to find residents an artwork for every interior. The artworks are intended to be collected and also used to make a space feel homely or to reflect the resident's personal sense of style and taste.

Ranging from a sculptural ceramic lamp to a colourful oil painting, the artworks below have been selected by Artsper for their ability to enliven a room.

Dezeen readers can get five per cent off all artworks with the code DEZEEN5, which is valid until the end of the year. Read on for Artsper's selection:


A David Shrigley artwork on a grey wall

David Shrigley, How fast can you run, 2021

Best known for his satirical drawings, Scottish artist David Shrigley often references monsters and animals in his work, including in this monochrome drawing of a leopard.

Here, the drawing has been paired with neutral walls in a living room to create a playful look.


A sculptural beige light for Artsper

Jan Ernst, Lampe Womb I, 2022

South African multidisciplinary designer Jan Ernst has produced a series of ceramic objects that are designed to balance form and function.

While his sculptural clay lamp provides users with a source of light, it also serves as a decorative item on its own merit.


A colourful painting in a minimalist living room

Juliette June, Baignade à Pukaki, 2020

This minimalist, neutral-hued living room has been transformed into a brighter, more colourful space with the addition of an artwork by Central Saint Martins graduate Juliette Jeanclaude.

Complete with marine hues ranging from teal to verdant green, the painting provides collectors with a taste of the outdoors from the comfort of their home.


An abstract artwork hanging on a wall

Macha Pangilinan, Point de non-retour, 2022

Created by Paris-based artist Macha Pangilinan, this painting combines thick lines with a moody colour palette to create a dramatic piece.

Depicting a person relaxed at a poolside, the work intends to promote tranquillity in any space in the home.


An artwork on Artsper of two people kissing

Mathilde Polidori, Green Love, 2022

Suspended above a fireplace or shelf, this painting by artist Mathilde Polidori helps to add character to a room.

With its soft shapes and splashes of colour, the artwork brings a sense of softness to an otherwise orderly residential space.


Pencil scribbles by Gina Vor

Gina Vor, Line 1, 2019

Curling black lines come together to create this painting by Swiss-based artist Gina Vor, who specialises in abstract and minimalist paintings.

Thanks to its monochrome colours and minimalist style, the painting complements a variety of residential interiors, from maximalist to Scandi.


A cream coloured chair in front of an artwork

Sophie Derrick, Close to nothing (Pink), 2015

British artist Sophie Derrick's figurative painting, which is also replete with curved brushstrokes and swirling colours, intends to emphasise the calmness of a space.

Derrick's colourful painting includes a vibrant colour palette, which is intended to suit both muted and dramatic interiors.


A grapefruit and a lamp on Artsper

Studio Joachim-Morineau, Mini Arceo, 2022

An experimental mix of craftsmanship, industrial techniques and technology form the foundation of Studio Joachim-Morineau.

Located in Eindhoven, the design studio crafts items such as this silver and white lamp, which adds light to an industrial-style kitchen.


A minimalist living room with a hanging artwork

Sona Asemani, Stuck in my feelings, 2021

Iranian artist Sona Asemani's large-scale oil painting gives this interior a pop of colour.

Made to stand out in any home, the figurative painting functions as the centrepiece of a room.


A colourful piece of art available on Artsper

Jéko, Le jardin des rêveurs, 2020

Emerging French street artist Jéko uses graphic shapes and childlike references in his work, which reflects his memories and emotions – including frustration and joy.

This piece could complement a vibrant, eclectic space while also being used to bring a minimalist interior to life.

Whether looking to style their home with a work of art, start their art collection or seek guidance, art enthusiasts can use Artsper's free art advisory service to speak to an art market expert. Experienced collectors can also discover design pieces to enhance their interiors.

The marketplace also offers users a quiz to help users identify their tastes and create a custom selection of artworks. It also has produced a number of artist interviews, which delve into how their pieces work with many interior design styles.

Dezeen readers can get five per cent off any artwork on Artsper with the code DEZEEN5, which is valid until the end of the year.

To learn more about Artsper, visit its website.

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