Interior Love

Favorite Interior Design Stores

It was so hard to choose.

I love to shop! And love might even be an understatement. There is something about walking into a store and having all the magical possibilites just appear before your eyes. To me, it’s what Candy Land feels like to a child. But as much as I love to shop for clothes, there is something about dressing up a space. You can create a feel and an attitude with the change of a pillow, curtains or a new rug.

This is one of my favorite things about moving. I get to set up house again and again. While the packing and unpacking can be tedious, the chance to redress a space is something I always look forward to. Whether it’s before a move or right after, I start to visit my favorite places to gather the things to make our new home feel like “home” with a twist. Most of the places I go, I go to because I know I can always score a good deal. Having a budget helps too because then I can splurge on the bigger ticket items that would be hard to replace. Come see my favorite haunts where I go to add those special touches to our home and definitely check out one or two or all 6 of these stores when you can. You will be glad you did!

IkeaIKEA– This is my go to place for great furniture for a great price, storage solutions and colorful decor pieces. 

WestElm

 

West Elm– The sale section of West Elm is one of my favorite to scour and they never fail to have some of the best decor accents.

WorldMarket

 

World Market– I love, love this store. You can always find something unique at World Market and it’s never too expensive!

ZGallerie

 

Z Gallerie– Bright colors, white ceramic accents and metallic decor pieces are never in low supply here. This store is so fun!

Anthro

 

Anthropologie– The sale section of this store is my hunting ground. I wish I could afford all the things in Anthro but every once in awhile I find an amazing deal.

Target

 

Target– Enough Said.

Do you have a favorite store?

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