Ensure your outdoor area looks fab with lush blooms and the coolest containers from Terrain, a gardening sister store to Anthropologie that offers a bevy of cute tools to inspire you to break out that green thumb. Trust us, you won't find these commodities elsewhere, like the honey tobacco candle that wards off pesky bugs.
Horchow's shabby-chic aesthetic and massive inventory makes this site a home décor must. And to make things even better, the site features a warehouse sale section where you can find great deals on major pieces of furniture.
Jayson Home marries modern and vintage styles in this expertly curated site for elegant (and never kitschy) housewares. You can organize custom pillows and decor from the site by sending through custom swatches, too, for a truly tailored shopping experience.
Formerly known as the pop-up shop collective Bezar, Ahalife was created with a similar concept to connect customers with artisans around the world. The scrolling Tumblr-style homepage features wares ranging from dining, tech, housewares, and beauty, though users can also shop by designer or category.
With more than 1,000 brands to choose from, Spring is a dangerous shopping source for nights when you're home alone with a credit card and a cart waiting to be filled. The intuitive interface lets you shop a bevy of big and small names (from Urban Outfitters to luxury labels) in fashion, beauty, and lifestyle categories and makes it easy to keyword search for exactly what you want.
Part blog, part home and design store, Consort is a curated collection of decor, from rugs to art for your walls to lighting. The best part is that the price range really varies, so you could scoop up a Collins glass for less than $20 in their sale section or splurge on a hand-crafted bespoke couch. Check out their blog for exclusive inside looks at celebrity homes.
For those who think "the less unfamiliar ingredients, the better" Follain's focus on natural beauty makes it the first stop shop for niche natural beauty items like natural deodorants and is the best way to discover under-the-radar indie brands.
This Japanese home store (with wares ranging from snacks to clothes to household items to stationary) is a cult favorite on this side of the pond for its impeccable line of minimal items. Without any visible branding, the calling card of the Muji items are instead quality crafting and an affordable price tag.
If you believe that your office should be an organized sanctuary rather than a mess of receipts and papers, Poppin is an excellent resource for you to browse for colorful office supplies and furniture. Take one of their neon staplers and filing cabinets for a spin or invest in a new desk chair.
Fragrance junkies, get a whiff of this perfume program. Modern luxe online apothecary, Beautyhabit, boasts a $15 "Try Before You Buy" system that lets you spritz a trio of your chosen scents to see if they blend well with your body's natural chemical makeup, before investing in a larger-sized bottle. Each will come with a $10 coupon to use toward your final purchase. If eau de toilettes aren't your thing, the e-shop also supplies free samples of other cosmetics with every purchase, automatically.
Based in Los Angeles, Poketo may be most famous for its stationary and planners, but it's swiftly growing a following for its design-heavy giftables. If you're looking for unconventional knickknacks and cute-as-a-button housewares from indie designers (think paint splattered pots and artfully decorated iPhone cases), stop in here before you head anywhere else.
Finding inexpensive homewares can be tough (they often look as cheap as their price tags), but Zara Home proves to be the exception. The site offers bed linen, small furniture pieces, tableware, and glassware, and just like their fashion lookbooks, is beautifully styled.
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