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Whether you're in a studio or a mansion, your eye modern or traditional, one thing's true about every living space: Home in where the heart is. These 38 Philly-area stores are the best of the best, supplying everything you need to furnish your pad—and distract from that pile of dirty laundry you've been neglecting for a week.


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Busybee Home & Design Center

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You'll find everything from mod-meets-traditional furnishings to funky mirrors and baby items at this oversized South Street store, which also provides baby and bridal registry services.

Crate & Barrel

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Count on Crate and Barrel for moderately-price home goods that keep with current trends.

Curated Goods

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This store serves up an eclectic mix of vintage housewares at reasonable prices

Deconstructed Living

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A carefully curated selection of candles, apothecary, and home accents await at this hip Main Line shop, which also provides interior design services.
Contact this Manayunk spot to track down hard-to-find home accessories and furnishings.

Dwelling

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Expect ethic-chic, eco-friendly finds at Dwelling's 24,000-square-foot showroom, and check out the store's blog to keep up-to-date with store offerings.

Era Atomica

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Vintage "mid-century modern" furniture, lamps, art, and kitchenware are the draw here.

Eyes Gallery

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Expect three floors of folk art and globally-sourced decor items in this South Street art gallery/boutique.

Hello Home

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Fresh and modern, Hello Home is one of Philly's most well-known home accent stores. Check out its newly-open sister store, Industry, for cool vintage finds.

Hipster Home

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As its name implies, Hipster Home offers hip home decor and furnishings with a modern flair.

Home | a furnishings boutique

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Newly opened on Passyunk, Home offers stationery, candles, barware, and furniture, plus design services.

Home Furnishing Consignments

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Located in the Gateway Shopping Center, this below-the-radar spot houses nearly 7,000 square feet of new and consigned home furnishings.

HomeGoods

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Here, you can score serious deals on everything from furniture and bath towels to dishes and kitchenwares.

Host Interiors

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Host has three locations in Philly: Old City, Midtown, and Chestnut Hill.
Come for the Billy bookcase, stay for the Swedish meatballs.
This NoLibs shop is popular for its super-affordable vintage furniture and home accessories. Follow them on Instagram to get first dibs on new arrivals.

Jonathan Adler

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In a bad mood? Adler's "happy-chic" home pillows, quirky pottery, and lighting will instantly brighten your spirits.

Kellijane

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This high-end, Rittenhouse store caters to shoppers with a champagne taste and budget.
Situated along Chestnut Hill's Germantown Avenue, this shop stocks chic linens and whites from top-name makers, plus so-cute-it-hurts apparel and gifts for Baby.

Little House Shop

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This Wayne shop's elegant offerings keep with the Main Line aesthetic, but funky pillows, prints, and mirrors keep it fresh and fun.

Luxe Home Philadelphia

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You'll find 10,000 square feet of modern furnishings and decor at Luxe's Chestnut Street showroom.

Manor Home & Gifts

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Manor Home is a must for stemware and fine china, and the shop even provides registry services.

Material Culture

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This under-the-radar, 60,000-square-foot showroom houses authentic artifacts, one-of-a-kind furnishings, and decorative arts from the around the world. You'll want to make a day of it.
With an upscale, art gallery vibe, this three-story store is a can't-miss for shoppers with a modern eye.

Open House

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Energetic and young, embroidered pillows, printed lampshades, candles, and jewelry peek down from every corner at this popular Midtown shop.

Pier 1 Imports

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Shop Pier 1 for globally-inspired pieces at budget-friendly prices.

Pompanoosuc Mills

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For those who like to keep it domestic, Pompanoosuc Mills offers Vermont-made furniture.

Pottery Barn

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For admirers of a more traditional aesthetic, Pottery Barn is a go-to resource for everything a home could need.

Provenance Architecturals

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This awesome store boasts 20,000 square feet of architectural salvage and reclaimed building materials.

Scarlett Alley

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This longstanding Old City boutique carries everything from jewelry and kitchenware to lamps and throws. Brides-to-be can even register here.

stadler-Kahn

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This elevated five-and-dime is known for its unique pottery, apothecary, and one-of-a-kind artwork.
Trendy and affordable, Target provides everything from home storage to decorative picture frames.

Ten Thousand Villages - Chestnut Hill

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This fair trade organization supports artisans in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East.

Terrain at Styer's

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An UBRN, Inc. brand, Terrain is everything good about Anthropologie, but in a garden/home store setting.

Three Potato Four

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Open by appointment or by chance, this Manayunk shop houses vintage and reclaimed furniture and decor in a converted textile mill.

Uhuru Furniture & Collectibles

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The profits from this bargain-priced furniture store benefit the African People's Education and Defense Fund (APEDF).

West Elm

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A younger, more modern answer to Pottery Barn, West Elm marks the spot where Modern meets Global.
Clean lines and a touch of glam define this Haverford boutique/interior design spot.

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Busybee Home & Design Center

You'll find everything from mod-meets-traditional furnishings to funky mirrors and baby items at this oversized South Street store, which also provides baby and bridal registry services.

Crate & Barrel

Count on Crate and Barrel for moderately-price home goods that keep with current trends.

Curated Goods

This store serves up an eclectic mix of vintage housewares at reasonable prices

Deconstructed Living