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Whether you just bought a new home like me, or are stuck at home and obsessed with redecorating, we’re all kind of in that home mode. After all, we can’t go anywhere, so now is the perfect opportunity to create that beautiful sanctuary you’ve been putting off for years. During this redecorating process, I’ve discovered some awesome stores that have become the best resources for me – not only for ideas, but also for execution. We all know about Amazon and Wayfair (and I definitely shop there too), but here are some of my lesser-known interior design favorites:
Frontgate is probably my favorite home store simply because the quality can’t be beat. I’m at a place in my life where I’m ok with slowly collecting pieces that will last a lifetime instead of grabbing a quick fix at World Market or West Elm. I got my teak patio furniture from Frontgate several years ago and despite it being rained on and out int he sun year round, it’s in perfect condition. Teak can last generations even with no maintenance, so that’s what I’m sticking to from now on! Now that I have my new place, I’m going to Frontgate for most of my quality furniture needs. Stay tuned for some reveals!
Rejuenation has it all–from decor and fixtures to furniture and everything in between. I’ve been shopping on Rejuvenation for the little things like switch plates, hardware, and lighting while getting inspired by their modern style. Rejuvenation has great quality items so no need to worry about online ordering. And they’re actually a part of the Pottery Barn/West Elm/Williams Sonoma family. Who knew?! This is where I’ll be shopping for my new kitchen and bathroom faucets!
I just found out about Schoolhouse from my awesome designer friend Gabriela of Wake & Loom. She is a total pro when it comes to interior design, so if she’s a fan then you know it’s good! Schoolhouse has hardware, furniture, and more so it’s a great resource no matter what you’re in need of. The shop is very well curated so if you’re looking for a one-stop shop for all your stylish needs, this is it!
4. Rove Concepts
Ah, Rove! You might remember that I redecorated my living room a while back using all Rove Concepts and I’m still obsessed with it all. The quality is unbeatable and everything is made to order so it feels very luxurious and custom. For the new place, I put my big white chairs in my entryway and my pretty pink couch is still my home’s centerpiece. Next on the list: a new dining room table and chairs! Oh and while this stuff is the best of the best as far as quality, the price is actually great for what you get. Definitely a great option for pieces that will last and won’t break the bank.
What better way to make a house a home than to add some pretty photos?! This is a major item on our to-do list, especially since Ryan is a photographer. Framebridge will frame any artwork you currently have and make it look clean and professional. We’re planning on getting framed prints for almost every room in our home. It’s just so hard to choose which photos we want to hang! But the great thing is, you can always switch them out, so I need to just make a decision!
What are your favorite home brands?
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Photo by Ryan Carpenter.