If spending so much time at home during a global pandemic has taught us anything, it’s the importance of beautiful home décor. Furniture is just a starting point for giving your home character. Home décor products – such as pillows, rugs, and pictures – are what really give your home its finishing touches.
Fortunately, it’s now super-easy (and super-affordable) to decorate your home from home – thanks to home décor online shopping sites. Gone are the days when you needed to empty your bank account for one of the best interior designers. Now everyone can purchase the best home accessories just by shopping online.
On this page, you’ll find our recommendations for the best home décor websites. This list includes a wide range of options – from high-end home décor websites to cheap home goods sites.
Wayfair is like Amazon for home décor and furniture. Wayfair.com, its main e-commerce platform, offers 14 million+ items from 11,000+ global suppliers. Whatever it is you’re looking for – rugs, mirrors, planters, seasonal décor – Wayfair has it. As the largest specialist home decor website in the world, Wayfair has products to suit all tastes. It seemingly has sales year-round, so you’re sure to find a deal on your favorite home décor product.
Anthropologie is a high-end retailer with a sleek e-commerce website and 200+ stores. It’s best known for its women’s clothing and accessories, although it has a range of home décor products to match the biggest players on the market. Through partnerships with artists and designers, Anthropologie offers unique limited-run collections in home décor. Its high-end collections cover everything from modern to vintage.
Etsy is the world’s largest online marketplace for handmade, custom, and vintage products. Everything on Etsy is sold by small businesses or individual sellers. Whenever you view a product, there’s an option to read about and connect with the seller. Etsy’s 60 million+ items fall into a wide range of categories including home décor, furniture, clothing, and jewelry. We don’t know exactly how many home décor products there are on the Etsy platform, but it’s safely in the millions.
Owned by Wayfair, Perigold is the best home décor site for luxury brands. Perigold brands include: Christofle, a French brand engaging in the time-honored tradition of silversmithing since 1930; Legend of Asia, a maker of porcelain and crystal vases; and Creative Displays, a maker of high-end vases and faux floral arrangements.
Also owned by Wayfair, AllModern comes good on its promise to offer all modern home décor products. You’ll find everything here to fit the modern lifestyle – from minimalist décor to mid-century modern décor, modern farmhouse décor, and Scandinavian décor. It’s kind of like IKEA but with more-impressive designs and at midrange rather than cheap prices.
Overstock claims to have designer home décor brands at the lowest prices online, and it’s hard to argue. From the moment the Overstock home page appears on your screen, you’ll be hit by all sorts of deals, discounts, and coupons. There’s even a rewards club called Club O which offers 5% rewards on every purchase. Overstock can be searched by category or by best-selling deals. Either way, Overstock is the best of the cheap home décor sites.
World Market (full name Cost Plus World Market) is a chain of specialty/import retail stores founded in San Francisco in the 1950s. Today it still has hundreds of stores as well as a popular website. The home décor section is full of affordable, globally inspired home décor products. We like the basketweave bamboo pendant shade, antique green globe with brass stand, and gold gingko leaf trinket dish.
And now for the big retailers, starting with Nordstrom Rack. Yes, Nordstrom Rack isn’t a specialty home décor website but it does have an extensive (and cheap) home collection. It’s one of the best websites for finding discount products from the biggest and best home décor brands, such as Anthropologie, Nest, and Stratton Home Décor.
IKEA needs no introduction, but here goes. This Swedish global retail giant is a one-stop shop for everything to do with the home, from furniture to home-office equipment to, you guessed it… home décor products. While IKEA is best known for its huge retail outlets, it also happens to have a very functional website. Just go online, pick out what you want, and IKEA will deliver it to your door.
Amazon is another in the ‘needs-no-introduction’ category. As the biggest e-commerce website on the planet, it has millions of products in every category, including home décor products. Whether you’re after affordable home décor goods or big-name brands – you’ll surely find it on Amazon.