Between online retailers, mom-and-pop shops, and sprawling emporiums, there have never been more options when it comes to shopping for your home. For the third year, House Beautiful has rounded up our favorite sources for home goods, with go-tos offering everything from cushions to credenzas, carpets to chandeliers across the U.S.—and the internet. Scroll through to see this year’s winners, and peruse their offerings online. Or set your GPS to visit your favorites IRL! Trust us, they’re all well worth your time.
Want more stores? Read our Best Home Stores in America lists from 2021 and 2020 here.
The 1818 Collective, Sag Harbor, New York
A new opening from designers Kristin Fine and Analisse Taft-Gersten, this shop-slash–event space will feature a rotating selection of sought-after vintage and contemporary decor, and host artisan workshops, meet-the-maker gatherings, and more
Amanda Lindroth, Charleston
Step inside this tented, wicker-and-palm-packed shop, the second from its namesake designer-owner (the first is in Palm Beach), and be whisked away to the tropics.
Anyon Atelier, San Francisco
Best One-of-a-Kind Finds
Run by designer Lindsay Anyon Brier, this gallery-style store featuring fine art, furniture, and tabletop items strikes a balance between elevated and laid-back.
Apple’s Shop, Islesboro, ME
In a red clapboard cottage on an island off the coast of Maine, Apple Parish Bartlett (daughter of design doyenne Sister Parish) offers up a delightful mix of antiques, accessories, and her own art. Open June–September.
At Home, Multiple Locations
With 235 stores in 40 states—and up to 50,000 home decor products available in-store and through its website—“the Home Décor Superstore” very much lives up to its reputation. The sheer volume is rivaled only by the spectacularly low prices.
With merch from globally recognized brands like Ferm Living and Tom Dixon, this energetic space is all about the high-low: Pick up a candle while ogling the luxury furnishings.
The Black Home, Newark, NJ
A new café build-out adds to the hype at designer Neffi Walker’s shop, which is packed with furniture, decor, gifts, and accessories that celebrate the Black experience.
Blue Print, Dallas
Best Preppy Essentials
In 2010, five interior designers—inspired by their travels together abroad—opened this now-mainstay boutique offering high-end antiques, modern fixtures, and unique accessories, all behind a signature powder-blue door.
Brika, Bentonville, AR
Best Place for Discovery
Once a historic bank building, now (thanks to designer Ryan Lawson) the latest pop-up by a Canadian retailer that gives emerging artists a place to market unique gifts, home decor, and even apparel.
Brooke & Lou, Edina, MN
Timeless furnishings and accents available in easy-clean and stain-resistant fabrics and finishes are the specialty of designer Bria Hammel, whose line just became shoppable in person this year.
Casa Branca, Palm Beach
Designer Alessandra Branca’s artful patterned and woven fabrics, furnishings, and wallcoverings are made for mixing and matching.
deVINE Plantery, Montclair, NJ
While you browse for a bromeliad at this shop specializing in unique and easy houseplants, the owners (childhood friends turned business partners) will gladly impart free plant-care tips.
Best Affordable Modern Furniture
Former NFL player Darryl Sharpton and his wife, Jessica, opened this e-commerce brand in 2017 with a focus on modern furniture that can be drop-shipped to your door (for free).
etúHOME, Atlanta and Charleston
Wedding Gift Hotspot
The storefronts of this e-commerce brand celebrating a certain cool, collected European lifestyle are set up like gorgeous kitchens and pantries; inside, you’ll find kitchenware sustainably crafted from 19th-century timber, recycled glass, and harvested beams.
Furnitureland South, Jamestown, NC
Touted as the world’s largest furniture store, this 1.3-million (yes, you read that right!) square-foot space is open to anyone, and houses a thousand brands—like Bernhardt, Wesley Hall, and Lexington—that are normally available only to the interior design trade.
Hibiscus House, Birmingham, AL
Best Customized Vintage
Seventh-generation Floridian Elizabeth Peelen Hutchinson captures the spirit of her home state in this shop filled with vintage furnishings that can be lacquered any cheerful color you choose.
Hidden Gem, Southampton, NY
Stocked with an eclectic and colorful mix of accents (and their own creations, including custom hand-painted surfboards), sisters Tanya Willock and Temidra Willock-Morsch’s store has become a sure place to spot up-and-coming artisans.
Housewright Gallery, Seattle
Best Artisan-Made Furnishings
A curation of heritage antiques, unique handmade accents, and rustic neutrals give this showroom and gallery curated by designer Tim Pfeiffer and architect Steve Hoedemaker a familiar but enticing appeal.
Jenni Kayne Home, New York
Best in California Cool
Named for its founder, this luxury California lifestyle brand can be blamed for the frenzy of neutral interiors, but one visit to the new Soho flagship to see the sumptuous wood furniture and nubby bouclés in person and you’ll be a convert.
Kathy Kuo Home, Southampton, NY
Best One-Stop Shop
A new 4,000-square-foot outpost for this eponymous e-commerce site showcases best-selling wares from a selection of brands. It offers full design services, and will host designer pop-ups in the future.
Laurel Mercantile Co., Laurel, MS
When college sweethearts turned HGTV megastars Ben and Erin Napier reopened their hometown’s original dry goods shop (shuttered in the 1930s), they stocked it with exclusively American-made wares—cementing their status as local heroes and prompting fan pilgrimages to southern Mississippi.
Maison Bergogne, Narrowsburg, NY
Best for Francophiles
With a warm French sensibility, this garage turned market carries one-of-a-kind antiques, refurbished lighting, and more; it’s as if you happened into an undiscovered countryside flea market.
Meg Braff Antiques & Decoration, Palm Beach, FL
Prettiest Instant Heirlooms
A second installment of this Locust Valley, New York, staple highlights the designer’s signature mix of 20th-century antiques in beachy blues, whites, and greens—as well as her own designs, like the Meg Braff for Wildwood collection.
Mongers Market, Bridgeport, CT
Best Place to Get Lost
Open on Sundays only, this 75,000-square-foot refurbished factory hosts vendors (i.e., “mongers”) hawking an ever-changing inventory of eclectic vintage and antiques.
Coolest Global Selection
Kelly Breakstone Roth and Shanny Harel May founded this digital marketplace to spotlight the work of makers around the world, selling their goods while sharing personal stories.
OKA, Dallas; Houston; Westport, CT (Spring. opening)
Most Easygoing Sophistication
Three new U.S. outposts of this beloved British retailer prove its timeless furniture designs and unique accessories really live up to the hype. One visit will show why it’s long been a favorite source for top designers.
Pierce & Ward, Los Angeles
Long before best friends Louisa Pierce and Emily Ward opened their design practice, now a celebrity goto for boho-chic homes, they dreamed of having a shop. Their new Los Feliz store, inspired by Barbara Fornasetti’s music room and Stanley Kubrick films, stocks pieces they’ve been sourcing from all over the world: reupholstered antique and vintage furniture; their custom pillow line, made with vintage and new fabrics; and a selection of new accents.
Shoppe, Birmingham, AL
Plant-lovers and aspiring green thumbs will be dazzled by this shop, which offers up an array of plants, pots, candles, and books in a stately green brick building with an adjacent greenhouse.
Soho.Home.Studio, New York; London; Oxfordshire, England
Best In-Store Experience
A trio of new retail spaces from the world’s trendiest members-only club, Soho House, is opening its doors to shoppers who want to recreate their sultry-chic decor at home. (Stay awhile. There’s a bar and great music in every location.)
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