One of the best parts of adulting is outfitting your apartment in gorgeous home decor and accessories. You know you’re getting older when spending your money on things like throw pillows and macrame wall hangings suddenly become more important than your next liquor run. Everyone wants a space that feels like home and also has guests in awe when they step inside.
If you’re tired of the typical home decor spots, check out these underrated places to shop home decor online.
If you’re in the market for unique, well-crafted pieces by lesser-known artisans, you’re going to love BRIKA. With two brick-and-mortar stores that display a handful of their artists, online you can find the full gamut of whimsical home items. Offering everything from beautiful ceramic mugs to organic cotton throw pillows and colourful dinner plates, BRIKA offers a beautiful and affordable place to outfit your apartment.
Cambie Design offers well-made home goods sourced from Peru, Morocco, and Canada. Their emphasis is on environmentally conscious and affordable materials that are made into beautiful designs for the home. From their custom-made signature blankets to stunning handmade cushion covers, intention candles, and more, there are plenty of home decor pieces to fall in love with.
While Umbra is internationally known, the home decor and furniture brand started right here in Canada. Many of the pieces you’ll find at Umbra are actually designed at the flagship store in Toronto. Online, you’ll find the brand’s entire selection of functional, sleek, and modern home accessories, including jewelry displays, organization, mirrors, frames, and much more. If you’re looking for standout pieces that won’t cost a fortune, this is the online store to visit.
If you love the look of modern home furniture but are usually thrown off by the price tag, Structube has you covered. Offering contemporary and modern furniture and accessories, you can find couches for under $600, pendant lighting under $50 (and some even under $20), and wall art and paintings at competitive costs. A step up from IKEA, without a major price jump, make Structube your new go-to.
H&M has been a go-to fashion hub for as long as we can remember, but after they launched their home line in 2014 and made all their products available online in 2016, it was like all our shopping wishes came true. H&M’s affordable prices carry through from their fashion line to their home collection. You can find gorgeous patterned rugs for under $50 and plenty of kitchenware and glassware that looks upscale but won’t break the bank.
Sourcing home items from North America, as well as cool vintage products, Spruce is an offline and online shop where you can find beautiful and unique home pieces. From velvet table runners to palm tree candle holders, macrame wall hangings, and so much more, it’s the perfect place to get a treat for your apartment.
Indigo may be Canada’s largest bookstore, but it also sells amazing home decor pieces, all of which you can find online. With an entire home section filled with everything from picture frames to entertaining pieces to furniture and storage solutions, Indigo is a one-stop home shop!
When Wayfair hit the scene, the entire home decor game changed. Not only is it one of the first online-only home decor stores, they have home goods for all styles and budgets, making it easy for everyone to find something they love. Not to mention, you get free shipping when you spend over $75.
Black Rooster Decor is a Toronto-based store run by a husband and wife team. The store offers unique and eye-catching contemporary lighting, home accessories, wall art, rugs, and so much more. Each piece you’ll find online is thoughtfully curated and you’ll also find the Jonathan Adler collection, which Black Rooster is the exclusive Canadian dealer for.
For over 50 years, the family business, Bouclair, has proudly helped countless Canadians decorate their homes with the latest styles at affordable prices. The team of in-house designers in Montreal constantly develops collections of stylish furnishings and home accents that are available in-stores and online.
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