Does Your Home Office Need an Art-Historical Makeover? This Online Marketplace Offers Art-Themed Mugs, Throw Pillows, and More

Emilee Geist

Few of us could have predicted that the home offices we improvised earlier this year (just for a couple of weeks, right?) might become our new normal. Now, what feels like a million years later, our WFH nooks may have been upgraded to include a real desk chair—but they might […]

Few of us could have predicted that the home offices we improvised earlier this year (just for a couple of weeks, right?) might become our new normal. Now, what feels like a million years later, our WFH nooks may have been upgraded to include a real desk chair—but they might still feel like they are missing that joyful new-office-supplies je ne sais quoi.

For art lovers whose work stations are a bit lackluster, the online art marketplace Fine Art America is a goldmine, offering thousands upon thousands of art-historically themed accents from mugs and spiral notebooks to throw pillows and zipper cases. 

To get your own art-themed accessories that will enliven your workspace, hop on the website and start searching by product or artist. Oh, and if you happen to have taken up an art hobby of your own, you can get your handiwork on almost anything. With one quick image upload, you can create a one-off custom product design.

Before you settle in for hours of exploring, here are a few of our favorite art-historical mugs, notebooks, and more.

Coffee Mugs

 

 

 

 

Coffee mug with In a Cafe (1873) by Edgar Degas. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

Coffee mug with In a Cafe (1873) by Edgar Degas. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

 

Coffee mug with Runaway by Norman Rockwell. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

Coffee mug with Runaway by Norman Rockwell. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

 

 

Coffee mug with Adulthood by Hilma af Klint. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

Coffee mug with Adulthood by Hilma af Klint. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

 

Throw Pillows

 

 

 

 

Throw pillow with Guitar and Glass (1917) by Georges Braque. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

Throw pillow with Guitar and Glass (1917) by Georges Braque. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

 

Throw pillow with House Under Construction (1916) by Kazimir Malevich. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

Throw pillow with House Under Construction (1916) by Kazimir Malevich. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

 

Throw pillow with The Nightmare by Henry Fuseli. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

Throw pillow with The Nightmare by Henry Fuseli. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

 

 

Notebooks

Notebook with High Ranking Courtesan by Kitagawa Utamaro. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

Notebook with High Ranking Courtesan by Kitagawa Utamaro. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

 

Notebook with Garden of Vaucresson by Edouard Vuillard.

Notebook with Garden of Vaucresson by Edouard Vuillard. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

 

 

 

Notebook with Portrait of Madeleine (1800) by Marie Guillemine Benoist. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

Notebook with Portrait of Madeleine (1800) by Marie-Guillemine Benoist. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

Zipper Pouches

 

Zipper pouch with The Garden of Earthly Delights by Hieronymus Bosch.

Zipper pouch with The Garden of Earthly Delights by Hieronymus Bosch. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

 

Zipper pouch with Portuguese Market (1915) by Sonia Delaunay. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

Zipper pouch with Portuguese Market (1915) by Sonia Delaunay. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

 

Zipper pouch The Ambassadors by Hans Hoblein the Younger. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

Zipper pouch The Ambassadors by Hans Holbein the Younger. Courtesy of Fine Art America.

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