Etsy asked me to partner with them to share some of my favorite home decor shops on their site and of course I jumped at the chance because it is one of the BEST resources out there for unique, custom and vintage decor currently available to everyone and anyone! We use it a lot as designers, especially on e-design projects, when we can’t use our normal local vendors.
So here are some of my favorite and often used shops:
Amazing selection of pillows made of to-the-trade fabrics from vendors like Peter Dunham, Schumacher and the like.
We are currently working with these guys to make fantastic light fixture for a New York City client! A great way to get the look of super high-end designer lighting for less.
Gorgeous, soft abstract prints and paintings.
These guys have the most amazing selection of antique and faded Persian style rugs. Pricey- yes- but truly works of art!
We have worked with these guys to make grasscloth wrapped tables and love the quality for the price! Plus you can get really creative and make items unique to your home from any fabric or material you want. They also make amazing x-benches and upholstered beds.
I love the selection of vintage items from these guys- from incredible chandeliers that look like they were plucked from a flea market in Paris to brass decor items and Bergere chairs.
An interesting shop that makes removable wallpaper (great for renters or those with a fear of commitment!) Some funky floral and leaf prints sure to liven up a bathroom, nursery or any space.
These guys have the best priced batik and hmong pillows out there- a fraction of those sold in designer shops with far more variety.
A long time favorite of ours for small scale watercolor abstracts that really sing on a gallery wall (or look great in pairs hung stacked vertically). She is now also making alrger scale giclee prints!
Pretty and fun chart-style prints (also available in regular prints for framing) of botanicals, nature and such.
Do you have a favorite vendor you can share? There are SO many on the site you can lose hours searching through it looking for good ones. Sharing is caring, people. :)
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