Philly's 38 Best Spots for Home Decor and Furnishings
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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. Read More
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.
Count on Crate and Barrel for moderately-price home goods that keep with current trends.
This store serves up an eclectic mix of vintage housewares at reasonable prices
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.
Expect ethic-chic, eco-friendly finds at Dwelling's 24,000-square-foot showroom, and check out the store's
to keep up-to-date with store offerings.
Vintage "mid-century modern" furniture, lamps, art, and kitchenware are the draw here.
Expect three floors of folk art and globally-sourced decor items in this South Street art gallery/boutique.
Fresh and modern, Hello Home is one of Philly's most well-known home accent stores. Check out its newly-open sister store,
, for cool vintage finds.
As its name implies, Hipster Home offers hip home decor and furnishings with a modern flair.
Newly opened on Passyunk, Home offers stationery, candles, barware, and furniture, plus design services.
Located in the Gateway Shopping Center, this below-the-radar spot houses nearly 7,000 square feet of new and consigned home furnishings.
Here, you can score serious deals on everything from furniture and bath towels to dishes and kitchenwares.
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
to get first dibs on new arrivals.
In a bad mood? Adler's "happy-chic" home pillows, quirky pottery, and lighting will instantly brighten your spirits.
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.
This Wayne shop's elegant offerings keep with the Main Line aesthetic, but funky pillows, prints, and mirrors keep it fresh and fun.
You'll find 10,000 square feet of modern furnishings and decor at Luxe's Chestnut Street showroom.
Manor Home is a must for stemware and fine china, and the shop even provides registry services.
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.
Energetic and young, embroidered pillows, printed lampshades, candles, and jewelry peek down from every corner at this popular Midtown shop.
Shop Pier 1 for globally-inspired pieces at budget-friendly prices.
For those who like to keep it domestic, Pompanoosuc Mills offers Vermont-made furniture.
For admirers of a more traditional aesthetic, Pottery Barn is a go-to resource for everything a home could need.
This awesome store boasts 20,000 square feet of architectural salvage and reclaimed building materials.
This longstanding Old City boutique carries everything from jewelry and kitchenware to lamps and throws. Brides-to-be can even register here.
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
This fair trade organization supports artisans in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East.
An UBRN, Inc. brand, Terrain is everything good about Anthropologie, but in a garden/home store setting.
Open by appointment or by chance, this Manayunk shop houses vintage and reclaimed furniture and decor in a converted textile mill.
The profits from this bargain-priced furniture store benefit the African People's Education and Defense Fund (APEDF).
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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