More and more, Etsy is becoming my go-to when I’m sourcing things for our home or for the design boards I feature in blog posts. I love the idea of supporting and working with smaller businesses and often find you can’t beat their attention to detail and service. It’s now possible for anyone to have their own “virtual workroom”—without being a designer. Need custom pillows or window treatments, fabrics, original art or window treatments? Etsy has you covered. Today, I’m sharing ten of my top sources for home decor that you may want to bookmark:
Willa Skye Home—Always great variety of beautiful pillows in designer fabrics.
Starlight Modern Lighting—Specialize in sputnik and midcentury-inspired lighting. And, they take custom orders, if you need a certain size.
Redux 121 Design Studio—Fun shop for chinoiserie-inspired gifts and accessories, along with some unique vintage finds.
Livettes—Great patterns in peel and stick wallpaper.
Jessie’s Oriental Rugs—Lot of vintage oriental rugs at reasonable prices.
Galorious Fabrics—Large selection of designer fabrics. (How pretty is this Duralee print above? If I only needed another blue and white fabric. . . )
Paper Words—Pretty art prints of historical images; many are sold in sets. I’ve featured their pretty pagoda and ginger jar prints before.
Parima Creative Studio—You can’t beat the colors of the abstracts in this shop. Sold as prints and originals.
Forge Hardware Studio—Brass knobs, pulls and handles. They also sell replacement legs for midcentury modern furniture.
Windows by Melissa—Custom window treatments, bench cushions, etc. I’ve worked with Melissa on roman shades before, and she’s great!
Any other shops I should consider for an upcoming post?
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