The websites listed below are a curation of hidden gems and vintage treasures that will keep your apartment looking chic, unique and anything but ordinary.
Below is our list of some of the best websites to find unique decor for your apartment. Although, there are many sites, including Rue La La and Zara Home, that are also wonderful places to find decor gems for your apartment.
Launched earlier this year, Bezar.com is a design marketplace curated with a ton of unique products.
Founder and CEO Bradford Shellhammer tells Mashable that Bezar incorporates a normal shopping website with pop-up shops.
“We fuel discovery with actual not-seen-before merchandise,” Shellhammer says.
With new designers being added daily, Bezar is a good place to curate a collection of furniture and decor for your apartment that your friends won’t have.
If you’re looking for some coffee mugs to liven up your morning routine, or emoji coasters to make your table a little more pop-culture friendly, this is the decor website for you.
“Our customers can expect Ankit collections to translate style, function, and technology into trend-oriented and kitschy products,” CEO Ankit Jain tells Mashable. “We stay on the pulse of all the latest trends to make sure our products are hip and relevant, while remaining user-friendly enough for the modern girl on the go.”
Ankit offers a variety of decor items made for the millennial apartment. They even have string lights with pizza on them, for all your mood lighting needs.
If you’re looking for decor that is handmade and elicits a world-traveler feel to your apartment, look no further than Novica.
In association with National Geographic, Novica brings together artisans from around the world to sell their hand-crafted goods on the website.
Before you purchase anything, you can read about each artisan in a descriptive profile that highlights their lives. Be forewarned, the products offered on this site can be expensive.
4. One Kings Lane
One Kings Lane is a go-to spot for luxury and vintage finds. While many of their products are expensive, their daily sales offer unique finds for a reasonable price.
Shop your favorite decor designers or find new ones as you browse through hundreds of items on the website.
And, if you’re looking for inspiration, One Kings Lane offers a style guide to help you refine your tastes and move forward in the decorating process.
With the goal of creating style that is affordable, Apt2B may be every millennial’s best friend when it comes to decorating their apartment.
Many of their offerings are combine simple, classic elements with bright, chic colors.
Right now they have an exclusive upholstery collection from Kyle Schuneman.
6. Fishs Eddy
Fishs Eddy is a NYC-based shop dedicated to unique dishes and glassware. From picnics to weddings, this store has a wide variety of kitchenware that will upgrade your event from dreary to fabulous.
And, if you’re looking for the perfect coffee cup, Fishs Eddy offers a wide selection of mugs with colorful prints and slogans — including a sassy RBG cup.
Are you dying to celebrate your love of art in your own home? Do you pride yourself on having the latest designs and unique items in your home? If you answered yes to either of these questions, LA-based Poketo is the site for you.
This shop collaborates with renowned artists and companies such as Nike, MTV, Cartoon Network, Disney and Nordstrom.
8. Eco Flower
Eco Flowers is an online company that began in late 2014. They’ve quickly become known for their use of recycled and sustainable materials — including bamboo, book pages, brooches, burlap, music sheets, pallet wood, pinecones and sola wood.
Known for their handmade bouquets, Eco Flower also makes home decor. Recycled wood turned into vases and flowered wreaths are only a few of the items available on their website.
“From centerpieces to wall decor, we really do have something for everyone.” Eco Flower cofounder Meagan Chapman tells Mashable. “You can also do custom color [for] our flowers to match perfectly with any room.”
With over 7 million products and 7,000 supplier, Wayfair is one of the largest online decor retailers in the world. The company offers a range of items — from the bathroom to the bedroom — that are not meant to “break the bank.”
Many of Wayfair’s offerings are quite modern and give off a high-end Ikea feel.
Society6 is an active online community of artists. From wall art to duvet covers, everything on the site is created by artists and designers from around the world.
The best part? The artists don’t lose the rights to their work, and they can even make money off of the products that sell.
While not necessarily a home decor website, Poppin is known for their organizational products that help keep desks and office spaces neat and tidy.
If you’re trying to organize your home office or want to keep the junk drawer in your kitchen clean, Poppin might just be exactly what you’re looking for.
Originally posted 2015-12-20 14:42:21.