Online furniture stores
On our quest to update our home, I found several online shops that kept me browsing for hours on end! Ha! What were my criteria when shopping for rugs, ottomans, light fixtures and decor accents? Finding beautifully designed objects that didn’t cost thousands of dollars. Pretty simple right? Let me share with you the stores I browsed – These shops have a wide range of prices (some scary, but if you dig enough, it is possible to find a decent deal.)
2modern has modern mid-century furniture and decor to die for. Their light fixture options were vast. In fact, they are having a sale, and if you are in the market for a new lamp, pendant, etc. Take a peek at what they have on sale.
Arro Home is eye candy galore! I want everything they have! But, most of their furniture is velvet or cloth, and since one day we would like to have a German Shepherd, anything but leather or faux leather is the way to go. You have to check out their sale section, they have pretty good deals on toss pillows and bedding.
Blu Dot has the style of IKEA married with Mid-century style but is more expensive. “Blu Dot” designs everything they make and their furniture is made here in the USA. I’m in love with Blue dot. My best find? Their “blockoid” ottoman. I’ve probably searched for a leather or faux leather ottomans for hours on end and Blue dot’s was reasonably priced and beautiful. I also bought my pendant lights from Blue dot and I will elaborate on these in a different blog post.
I got lost on Burke Decor site for hours. They have furniture, decor, light fixtures, rugs, and more, and everything is gorgeously well designed. Since we added hardwood floors to our first story, doormats and area rugs were the first items I purchased.
I found beautiful, modern area rugs, and doormats from Denmark at reasonable prices. Burke Decor has an ongoing sale – take a peek here. Finally, Burke Decor’s inventory ranges from super high crazy prices to decent sales that afford quality well-designed home decor.
Tip: Make an account, and when you shop at Burke Decor you’ll start earning points for future discounts. Each dollar is a point, so if you spend 100$, then you get $10 off your next purchase.
Aaah, Rejuvenation reminds me a bit of Restoration Hardware but without the “stuffy” feeling. Rejuvenation’s factory is in Portland. Enough said. Portland is weird and cool. What can you expect from their home decor products? Well designed stuff that is cool and elegant. What’s not to love?
Have fun browing these websites! I’ll continue to share my finds and tips on my next blog post ;)