Have you ever felt a creeping agita brought on by the burning desire to redecorate your space, or is that just me? Once I get bitten by the interior design bug, there’s simply no turning back. Every waking moment is spent fantasizing about finding the perfect piece of furniture or decorative touch that I’m convinced will simply transform my apartment—and with it, obviously, my entire life. While you’ll be shocked to find that my life remains relatively unchanged, at least my thorough internet sleuthing has led me to some of the very best online home décor brands around.
There’s a good chance you’re familiar with some of the bigger brands and retailers available, but part of the thrill of decorating is finding unique brands that can capture your attention with an unexpected and exciting piece. Curating an aesthetic requires a fair amount of dedication, but it’s worth the effort. So much time is spent at home these days that it feels like the extension of our own identities.
When it comes to finding the best online home décor brands, it’s important to look for shops with a strong vision and style. You want to fill your home with pieces that are on-trend but also timeless and classic. Now that you’ve gotten all your design inspo mood boards ready to go, it’s time to do some shopping.
Scroll on for the 21 best online home décor brands—brought to you by my FBI-level shopping research skills.
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This chic brand carries an array of artful, handcrafted artisan objects. They’re made with local high-quality materials, ethically made, and sustainable. So you can feel good about having these gorgeous home accessories in your space for a lifetime.
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Take your pick from this gorgeously curated selection of home accessories and antique pieces. The brand’s focus on different materials and textures gives its mix of objects an incredibly sophisticated look.
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This lovely California brand’s commitment to uplifting maker communities around the world results in beautiful, sustainable, and ethically handcrafted homewares like furniture, rugs, and textiles.
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Whether you’re in need of new bedding, rugs, pillows, or elegant decorative touches, and more, The Citizenry has you covered. It’s clear that they partner with master artisans, blending modern style with their time-tested techniques.
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What started as a kitchen and food site quickly expanded into a full-on home retailer. It’s become one of the best online home décor brands by creating products that are as functional as they are beautiful and can stand the test of time.
I can’t say enough good things about Beam’s eclectic and creative furniture, lighting, art, home goods, and more. Their style is a unique mashup of mid-century, rock-and-roll, Cali-Brooklyn, vintage, and modern—and it just works!
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What makes this Danish brand special is that it takes a classic Scandanavian style and infuses it with a unique, fashionable aesthetic.
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You’d think the Aussie designer who founded Slowdown Studio in 2015 knew we were all about to be spending a lot of quiet time inside our homes when he established this modern lifestyle brand. Celebrating individuality and creativity, this collection is as functional as it is beautiful. It’s practically inviting you to embrace the slower moments in life.
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Jungalow’s bright, bold, and beautiful style draws me in every time, but it’s the brand’s commitment to sustainability that keeps me coming back. They’ve partnered with Trees for the Future, an organization whose mission is to plant Forest Gardens. They provide families with sustainable food sources, livestock, feed, products to sell, fuelwood, and a 400% increase to their annual income in four years.
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Looking to add a quirky touch that doesn’t fall too far into the category of kitsch? Areaware has you covered. They work with independent designers to bring their ideas to life, collaborating closely to realize their vision. These one-of-a-kind pieces are only sold at Areaware, so you can be sure you’ll have a truly unique, artful home décor piece.
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This furniture design and gift shop have a cult following for good reason. The founders have used their backgrounds in fine art and high-end design to create a cool and authentic urban style.
Article is committed to making stylish, long-lasting, and high-quality products that are well-priced. They make this possible by working directly with manufacturers that produce unique and durable pieces. This direct relationship makes it possible for the brand to make modern furniture and décor at a relatively low price-point.
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Anthropologie’s home section has long been creating highly covetable, beautiful home décor. Their furniture and decor pieces are practical and modern but have a vintage flair. You can’t go wrong!
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Crate & Barrel’s more accessible counterpart never disappoints. It has a gorgeous selection of modern furniture, home accessories, bedding, artwork, and more. Best of all, they’ve taken the 15% pledge to ensure that 15% of products and collaborations are represented by Black businesses, artists, and designers by 2024.
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By now we know better than to sleep on Target’s home décor selections. Collaborations with designers like Hilton Carter and Studio McGee mean that you’re getting high-quality, stylish items at an accessible price point.
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Once considered a one-stop shop for college students, Urban Outfitters’ home collection is now a design force. Their products are made of good materials, with visually interesting shapes, colors, and designs. If you haven’t rocked up to their site in a while, check it out. You might be surprised!
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Moody, romantic, and downright sexy, this NYC-based design studio has a stunning collection of lighting, furniture, and objects. Materials like marble, suede, horsehair, lacquer, and porcelain are combined with patina-ed brass to create the studio’s distinctive ambiance.
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World Market’s focus on value and affordability has made the brand a staple for those craving original and handmade items from around the world.
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Part design brand, part lifestyle collection, Hawkins New York makes homewares that are thoughtful and unexpected. The brand partners with producers, manufactures, and collectives worldwide for their own line and curate a smart, chic selection of work made by others.
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H&M’s home collection is not only affordable but surprisingly elegant. Take a peek at their selection, you might be surprised to see how much you like.
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Block Shop is a textile, art, and design studio founded by a pair of sisters in Los Angeles. They, along with their team of artists and craftspeople, are devoted to celebrating the rich history, process, and materials of handmade textile production. They’ve collaborated width some of our faves like Rachel Comey, Ace Hotels, Sonos, and more. And best of all, Block Shop invests 5% of its profits in our biannual Community Health Camps in Jaipur, where they started the company in 2013.
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Just like their fashionable sister, Zara home is a mecca for affordable, chic, and ultra-stylish homewares and furniture. Their latest collection features primitive-style vessels and vases, jute rugs, and earthy nature-inspired décor we’re lusting after—we love how Athena Calderone styles them at home.
Did we miss one? Share your favorite online home décor brands below.