The Cool, Unknown Sites Where It Girls Shop for Décor
It girls: They’re just like us. Like Chiara Ferragni and Jessica Alba, we love mixing unique décor finds with more attainable pieces. We love big brand-name décor stores—they are popular for a reason: They provide quality, affordable, trendy pieces, and they usually ship quickly. But once in a while, we’re looking for the unique items that will add the final touch to a décor. That’s when we love turning to lesser-known ultra-cool shops that offer a treasure trove of unique items. Keep scrolling to discover our favorite sources for It-girl décor.
Need Supply Co. is a fashion retailer popular with fashion bloggers and editors, but tucked away in the women’s section is a home selection with plenty of cool gems.
Having decorated homes for household names like Jessica Alba, Chiara Ferragni, and Sophia Bush, it’s not surprising that Consort’s online shop is a destination for all things cool and new. From perforated metal sconces to blush velvet ottomans, Consort has perfected the chic It-girl look.
The Line is a fashion and home retail destination in New York and Los Angeles founded by stylist and It girl Vanessa Traina. Her discerning eye continually discovers new décor gems, resulting in constantly evolving shopping destination in their 100% shoppable apartments. It girl Athena Calderone is a fan. We spied one of their stool in Sarah Jessica Parker’s old house.
TRNK is a décor destination for men, but that doesn’t mean we can’t shop it, too! After all, we all love a little masculine décor, don’t we? The company's online magazine features houses designed for renowned chefs and designers—so we know it reaches an It crowd with incredible taste.
A newcomer on the online scene, Bulletin is already making waves among interior designers, and artists. Their shop features unique items made by artists and artisans. It’s the place to go if you’re looking for something different.
Based out of Brooklyn, the Leif shop is stocked with colorful, worldly pillows and textiles, tabletop accessories, and even its own line of bath products. The result is an eclectic mix of cool décor finds.
The popular Los Angeles shop scours the globe for the most unique finds. Many of A+R’s products are sold exclusively in North America, making it a popular destination for interior designers and people looking for unique items.
What are your favorite niche décor destinations? Share them with us in the comments below.