The Best Places to Shop For Home Decor

The Best Place to Shop For Home Interiors | Designing and furnishing your home can be difficult enough as it is without struggling to find the perfect piece. Shop my favorite home interior resources and discover some new favorites! | Interior Design | Home Decor
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I am always on the hunt for a new online shopping resource. Shopping online makes it easy for me to compare different accessories and pieces from different stores. Sometimes when I shop in a physical store I have a sneaking suspicion that I am paying more for something that I could find for less somewhere else. I am completely solving that problem for you by providing you with a kick ass list of online home decor shops that I love to frequent!

Note: Some online home decor shops may fall into more than one category (ex. furniture and bedding), but I have listed them under the category that most accurately describes the store.

Dot Also, the stores with the blue circle by them are my personal favorites from the list. So basically I am telling you that you have to at least go check them out. I apologize in advance because basically everything they carry is amazing and gives me heart palpitations.



Pearl Velvet Sofa from High Fashion Home

West Elm– Mid Century modern/ modern furniture and home accessories

 Pottery Barn– Traditional furniture and home accessories (great selection of decorative objects)

CB2– Crate and Barrel’s modern counterpart. Great modern furniture and home accessories!

Wayfair– Huge selection of furniture

Ballard Designs– Traditional furniture and home accessories

Home Decorators Collection– Traditional furniture and home accessories

Z Gallerie– Glamorous furniture and home accessories

DotWisteria– Sleek furniture and home accessories

High Fashion Home– Glamorous furniture and accessories

DotOne Kings Lane– The mecca of home decor and furniture. Amazing deals on designer items. Must become a free member to shop the limited time sales. Events typically last two to three days.


Pineapple Jars from Furbish Studio

DotTuckernuck – Preppy home decor and accessories

World Market– Home accessories and gifts

Jonathan Adler– Eccentric furniture, home accessories, and hand made pottery (my favorite part)

DotFurbish Studio– Freaking awesome art prints and home accessories. Enough said.

 Dot Lulu and Georgia– Bright colorful home accessories

Pier 1 – Furniture, home accessories, decorative pillows, etc.

Jayson Home– (Expensive) Furniture and (moderately priced) home accessories

DotDesign Darling Boutique– Preppy home and desk accessories

Anthropologie– A worldly mix of home accessories and furniture. In love with their dishes and serving ware!

Urban Outfitters– Loft style furniture and vintage looking home accessories

Crate and Barrel– Perfectly priced dishes and other home goods!

DotHigh Street Market – Curated decorative accessories


Ginger Jar Lamp from Lamps Plus

Lamps Plus– Amazing lighting, home accessories

Lighting USA– Giant selection of lamps in all styles

Stray Dog Designs (lighting)- Whimsical lighting

Shades of Light– Unique, high end lighting. Good selection of rugs as well!


Neya Pillow from Lulu and Georgia

Pine Cone Hill– Bedding and decorative pillows in bold, cheerful hues

Society Social– Preppy furniture and home accessories (great pillow selection)

Garnett Hill|- Basic bedding and staples

Arianna Bell– Bold decorative pillows. Can I have them all please?

DotSerena and Lily– Basically what I want my entire house to look like. Crisp whites, bold color. Furniture, (delicious) sheet and towel sets, etc.

Is there anywhere that I missed? Where do you love to shop online?





  • Reply Ashley July 28, 2015 at 3:11 pm

    I’m book marking this for later, I will have an apartment to decorate soon! This is such a great resource!
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  • Reply Adeline Mills August 12, 2015 at 3:12 pm

    Thanks so much for the list! This will come in so handy!
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