Lately, I’m not nearly as excited by the idea of updating my wardrobe as I am by the idea of updating my home decor. My roommates and I are planning a living room makeover (more on that later!) and I can’t stop scouring home decor sites for cute pillows, rugs and accessories for my bedroom (seriously, someone needs to reel me in…).
Nothing can replace walking through a home decor shop and feeling and touching the goods, but there are some times (like in below zero temps in NYC) where you just have to shop online. I’ve rounded up some of my favorite home decor online destinations for you, below! Let me warn you though—these house some pretty picks! Your bank account has been warned.
Leif is a great home decor shop filled with handmade goods, ceramics and textiles. They feel very California cool to me and everything is made in pretty soft pastels or vibrant blues.
Schoolhouse Electric Supply Co. started—perhaps obviously—by producing lighting fixtures. They’ve since expanded their range to include home decor, housewares, furniture and even jewelry—all in their signature minimalistic, cool aesthetic.
Surely most everyone is familiar with Lulu & Georgia, but I couldn’t help but include them on my list. I find their selection of lamps, rugs, accessories and more so unbelievably curated and tasteful—I’m always guaranteed to fall in love with a cart full of pretty things every time I enter their URL.
Etsy is one of my favorite places to find unique and special art prints and photography, and stumbling on Keri Herer’s shop felt like a real win. I’m definitely picking out one of her gorgeous floral photographs for our new living room decor.
Brain child of Lauren Conrad, The Little Market is a company that connects with makers in developing nations to help gifted artisans make a living. Not only is the mission admirable, but they feature gorgeous handmade goods that feel super special and unique.
Another Etsy gem of a find, Up in the Air Somewhere has A) the cutest shop name and B) the cutest stuff. I love their watercolor-inspired bowls and dishes. So pretty!
Chairish is kind of the coolest site ever. Think of it as a curated eBay, where all the furniture and decor being sold is completely legitimate—certified vintage, mid-century modern console tables and gorgeous ethnic rugs. It’s like a fun treasure hunt!
Bohem is a way cool home decor shop I ducked into with my co-worker while on location in Utah for work. It’s owned by a husband and wife team who spent a lot of time living in India and working with local artisans in the area. Their textiles and rugs are some of the best I’ve seen lately!
I’m having a moment with watercolor florals lately, so when I stumbled upon Pineapple Bay Studio on Etsy, I immediately wanted to buy…well, everything! The colors are vibrant and lovely, and the prints are available in pretty much every good you can imagine (even wrapping paper!)