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45 Places to Shop for Home Decor Online

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PART ONE (NO. 1- NO. 34)

I've had some comments about me posting nice photos but readers get frustrated when they can't purchase the featured stuff in their country and I TOTALLY feel them as the only home decor shops I know that ship to Asia (and Malaysia where I come from, are Amazon -some brands under Amazon still don't- Novica and Burke Decor.) 

BUT Buzzfeed recently asked members of their Community to tell them their favorite under-the-radar places to shop for home decor online and they had some truly awesome suggestions. Most of them only deliver within the US so...

I've gone through their list AND added some stores that not only ship to the US but also to most Asian countries (marked with 3 stars) and Malaysia (marked with 5 stars). So get ready to redecorate!

1. Fishs Eddy

Dinnerwareflatwareglasswareserveware…basically any “ware” you need for your kitchen and dining room.
Shipping: Shipping costs depend on the amount you spend. Click here for more information.
Pricing: Dinnerware ranges from $1.75 to $42.95.
Submitted by SuperDogH2L

2. Paul Michael Company

Unless you live in Louisiana, Arkansas, or Texas, you’ve probably never been to a Paul Michael Company Store: That’s OK! You can shop at their website. All the offerings you’ll find in their shop are 100% American made.
Shipping: Most orders are shipped on the same day they come in. Click here for more information.
Pricing: Furniture ranges from $19.99 to $2,899.99, dinnerware ranges from $3.99 to $29.99.
Submitted by Ainslea Hooton-Snellenberger, Facebook

3. MoMA Store

Even if you never actually make it to New York to go to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), you can still shop at its expertly curated store: It brings the idea of the gift shop to a whole new level. If you need a housewarming gift for someone who appreciates design, this is the place to go.
Shipping: They ship worldwide (except for a few oversize items).
Pricing: The prices in their “Living” section range from $1.95 to $10,975 (for this
Submitted by SuperDogH2L

4. Novica *****

Cotton ottoman cover, 'Festive Pushkar in Teal' (India) Cotton ottoman cover, 'Festive Pushkar in Teal' (India)
Bring a bit of Bollywood glam into your home with this festive ottoman cover from India's Lalit Kumar. The teal cotton cover is lavishly embroidered in shades of bright red, mustard yellow, green, dark blue and brown; and further embellished with pompom trim in assorted colors. A zippered opening on the cover's underside allows for easy insertion of the cushion or filling (not included).

Hammock, 'Maya Bondi' (double) (Mexico) Hammock, 'Maya Bondi' (double) (Mexico)
This inviting hammock in rich bondi (blue-green) is from Mexico's Maya Artisans of the Yucatan. They keep tradition alive by weaving the hammock with the same techniques developed by their Maya ancestors. Long before the Spanish arrived upon the coasts of the Yucatan Peninsula, the Maya preferred to sleep and rest in hammocks. They considered the hammock to be like the loving embrace of a mother, due to the comfortable manner in which the body is held and swung within its cradle. Maya Artists of the Yucatan seek to preserve time-honored customs while also offering stylized versions of the original Maya hammock. For them, the hammock is a work of art. Their hammocks are incredibly comfortable, easy to maintain, and may be stored just about anywhere. NOTE: Because each is woven individually by hand, measurements may vary by as much as ten centimeters. There may be slight color variations from hammock to hammock. It easily packs for travel to the beach or lake. Extender ropes (measuring 1 meter), hammock hooks ("S" hooks), and step-by-step instructions are included for easy installation. To wash, hook the loops together and keep out of the basin to avoid hammock from getting tangled.

Novica connects artisans from around the world with customers like you. You can shop by category or by region — here are some things made in the AndesWest Africa, and Thailand.
Shipping: They ship to over 100 countries around the world. Click here for more information.
Pricing: Home decor accessories range from $14.99 to $644.99, furniture ranges from $32.99 to $619.99.
Submitted by merrycrown

Find the Perfect Hostess Gift at NOVICA

5. ModCloth*****



ModCloth is well known for its cute vintage-inspired dresses, but it also has a wide selection of equally adorable items for your home.
Shipping: Free exchanges and free shipping on orders over $50.
Pricing: $2.99 to $179.99
Submitted by SuperDogH2L

6. Society6***

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Artists upload their work to Society6 and the company prints that work onto a variety of different items for you to purchase. The site can be a bit overwhelming to navigate, so here are some artists to start you off with: Julianna BrionFieldguidedAnke Weckmann,C86Julia BereciartuMary Kate McDevittLeah Goren, and Sian Keegan.
Shipping: Costs vary by item and (with very few exceptions) they ship worldwide. Click here for more information.
Pricing: Home decor items range from $20 to $129.
Submitted by SuperDogH2L

7. Joss and Main

Sign up for an account at Joss and Main to access its limited-time sales on home decor and furniture in a variety of styles. Some of their current sales include: “Beachside Brights,” “Refine Your Entryway,” and “Simple Comforts,” and you can expect to save up to 70% off retail.
Shipping: You pay $9.95 to ship one order and then get free shipping on any other purchases placed within the next 30 days.
Pricing: Pricing varies widely depending upon the event.
Submitted by jennifervf9b098e

8. Hayneedle (the website detected that I'm from Malaysia and they don't deliver here :( Not sure about neighbouring countries)

$59.99 to $69.99

No matter what you’re looking for, you’re bound to find it in the truly enormous selection of things for your home available at Hayneedle. You can shop by room or department, but if you don’t know *exactly* what you’re looking for (just what you like), check out its Style Gallery.
Shipping: Free shipping on orders over $50.
Pricing: It has things at every price point, but check out the sale section to find the best deals.
Submitted by adriennef412a395b0

9. Retro Planet 

Outfit your kitchen like an old-fashioned diner with the tin signs at Retro Planet.
Shipping: Free shipping on U.S. orders over $79. Outside the United States, Retro Plant currently ships to Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Sweden, United Arab Emirates, and Australia.
Pricing: Tin signs range from $8.99 to $349.99.
Submitted by merrycrown

10. Turkish Kilim*****



Want to buy a kilim rug? Head to this eBay shop stocked with a beautiful bounty of them (it also has a great selection of kilim pillows).
Shipping: You’ll find accurate shipping costs in the listing for each rug or pillow.
Pricing: Pillows range from $15 to $27, rugs from $69 to $379.
Submitted by Jessica Probus

11. A+R***

The people behind A+R try to find awesome new products and get them in the shop before you find them anywhere else, importing things from all over the world in order to build up an amazing selection of unique finds.
Shipping: Free shipping on orders over $100.
Pricing: They offer products at a variety of price points and — per usual — if you want a deal, check out the sale.
Submitted by Mallory McInnis

12. Save On Crafts***

While this is technically a site for buying discount wedding decor, you’ll also find plenty of things to use for decorating your home. The tea lights, succulent planters, and giant letters look like they could be from Anthropologie, yet cost only about a third of the price you’d pay there.
Shipping: Shipping costs are calculated by weight.
Pricing: Cheap. That’s just the best way to put it.
Submitted by karas4e071572a

13. H&M Home*****



Did you know that H&M has a home store? Well it does! And everything you’ll find there is as on-trend and inexpensive as its clothing.
Shipping: H&M offers flat rate shipping for $5.95.
Pricing: Decor ranges from $1.95 to $129.95.
Submitted by jaimers

14. Izola*****

Getting ready in the morning becomes a bit more fun when you have an awesome shower curtain. Izola has a bunch of great ones (along with other high-quality goods for your home).
Shipping: Free shipping on orders over $50.
Pricing: Shower curtains range from $29 to $55.
Submitted by Mallory McInnis

15. Crane & Canopy*****

Crane & Canopy specializes in beautiful designer bedding at an affordable price point. If you’ve always bought your sheets and duvet covers at Target or Walmart in the past, you can check out the bedding guides here to figure out what thread count actually means.
Shipping: For a list of countries the shop ships to, click here.
Pricing: Prices range from $30 (for a pillow sham) to $179 (for a king-size sheet set).
Submitted by Chrissy Miller Droessler, Facebook

16. Pfeifer Studio*****

Artisan-created goods for your home. Many of the products are only available at Pfeifer Studio: They work directly with designers and manufacturers to bring you unique products at reasonable prices.
Shipping: Ships worldwide.
Pricing: For the best deals, check out the outlet.
Submitted by ajd4dd44e9d0

17. Chairish

Curator-approved vintage goods (meaning: *quality* vintage goods). If you’re a bit wary of buying vintage things online, this is a more trustworthy space to do your shopping for used decor.
Shipping: Chairish has a variety of different shipping options (and some of them are free). Click here for more information.
Pricing: Decor prices range from $8 to $21,910 (for an antique carpet).
Submitted by Amanda Marie Goldstein, Facebook

18. Wayfair



So. Much. Stuff. Some things are better than others, so stick to things that have a bunch of great reviews: Trust in your fellow shoppers and find something awesome.
Shipping: At the moment Wayfair ships to only the United States and Canada.
Pricing: You’ll find something to fit every budget, but if you’re a bargain hunter you should check out the daily sales.
Submitted by Gia Barker, Facebook

19. CB2***



Crate & Barrel’s cheaper, more modern sister store. They have very few brick-and-mortar locations, but offer inexpensive shipping prices — even for furniture! Some of the bargains you’ll find in the sale section are almost shockingly good deals.
Shipping: CB2 offers products in such a variety of different sizes and weights, it’s best to check out the shipping information page for more insight.
Pricing: Furniture ranges from $59 to $3,196, dinnerware from $0.95 to $107.
Submitted by khjakubec

20. Rugs USA

$54 to $689

$559 to $999

Rugs can be expensive…especially if you actually want to have one that’s somewhat attractive. Rugs USA is a rarity in that it offers a huge variety of beautiful rugs for inexpensive prices. Your floors will be so very happy.
Shipping: Free shipping on all U.S. orders.
Pricing: Take a look at the clearance section for the best deals.
Submitted by Jessica Probus

21. High Fashion Home

If you enjoy fashion and want to live in a home that’s equally stylish, this is a place to bookmark. While High Fashion Home’s furniture and larger items can be pretty pricey, you can find plenty of cool accessories for relatively inexpensive amounts.
Shipping: How much you pay for shipping depends on how much you order: Here’s a helpful chart.
Pricing: Chairs range from $89 to $2,805, rugs from $139 to $2,309.
Submitted by danfranrn

22. Dot & Bo



“Inspired design for the modern lifestyle.” Take a look at their top pinned products to see what your fellow shoppers are pining for.
Shipping: They do not offer worldwide shipping.
Pricing: Chairs range from $59.99 to $2,729.99, dinnerware ranges from $7.99 to $109.99.
Submitted by aleighb

23. Lulu & Georgia

Lulu & Georgia has all sorts of things to decorate your home with, but the selection of prints in its “Walls” department are exceptionally fun.
Shipping: No worldwide shipping at this time.
Pricing: Prints range from $15 to $175.
Submitted by sharicohenk

24. Huset

Modern goods from Scandinavian countries. It would be more fun to make a trip to Europe to pick these things up for yourself, but this is the next best option.
Shipping: Shipping prices depend on weight.
Pricing: Home goods range from (approximately) $4 to $1,925.
Submitted by merrycrown

25. Interior Define

This one’s a bit of a splurge, but if you can afford to buy a customized, made-to-order piece of furniture… why wouldn’t you? Look at these beauties.
Shipping: If you’re interested in ordering a couch or chair and you live outside of the United States and Canada, you can call them for more information.
Pricing: Chairs start at around $700, loveseats at $900, and sofas at $1,500.
Submitted by Chrissy Miller Droessler, Facebook

26. Dwell

Get inspired reading Dwell magazine and then head on over to its shop to buy some new accessories for your home.
Shipping: Delivers to the United States and Canada.
Pricing: Dinnerware ranges from $6 to $900, furniture from $99 to $11,569.
Submitted by SuperDogH2L

27. Rejuventation

Rejuvenation has a marvelous selection of quirky hardware to add some character to your doorways and drawers.
Shipping: They ship to the United States and Canada.
Pricing: Door hardware ranges from $8 to $112, knobs range from $5 to $24.
Submitted by Janel Davis, Facebook

28. Knock Knock*****

Fun, humorous accessories to keep you organized (and smiling).
Shipping: Free shipping on orders over $35.
Pricing: $1.99 to $7
Submitted by SuperDogH2L

29. Vat19*****



The people behind Vat19 have a rule: If they sell a product, that product has to be “curiously awesome” and everything you’ll find here definitely meets that description. A picture frame that stores up to 50 pieces of art! A nightlight that looks like a gummy bear! A clock that displays the time as text!
Shipping: They offer $5.49 flat-rate shipping.
Pricing: Decor prices range from $6.99 to $149.
Submitted by merrycrown

30. Lumens

Lumens is known for its huge selection of lighting products, but people should also venture over to the home furnishings section to find an array of unique products that will “light up” a room in their own way (sans lightbulbs).
Shipping: Free ground shipping for U.S. orders over $50.
Pricing: Things in the home furnishings section range from $6 to $5,713.
Submitted by merrycrown

31. The Land of Nod

You don’t have to be a kid to appreciate the designs at The Land of Nod. While you may not want to buy some of The Land of Nod’s fanciful bedding, its storage and shelving department is full of great options for adult rooms (especially if you happen to enjoy bright colors).
Shipping: Shipping costs fluctuate depending on whether you’re buying smaller accessories or furniture.
UPDATE 7 APRIL 2016: Now you can get free shipping when you directly shop or click on the app icon at !
Pricing: Bins and baskets range from $4.95 to $109, shelves and wall hooks range from $4.95 to $249.
Submitted by Mallory McInnis

32. Uncommon Goods*****

The place for people who loathe having an apartment that looks the same as everyone else’s (or people who want a truly unique wedding shower or housewarming gift).
Shipping: They ship worldwide.
Pricing: Things in their “home” section range from $7.95 to $4,850.
Submitted by caitline4f749a9da

33. Canopy*****



Canopy is the best way to shop on Amazon. Think of it as a guide to all the beautiful things you can find on the site: things that are so amazing that you’ll find it hard to believe that you can actually purchase them on Amazon. Believe it!
Shipping: Depends on the item.
Pricing: Something for every price point.
Submitted by Jessica Probus
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  1. Got the same problem with shipping to UK :(
    Thanks for useful links and taking the time to join our link party!
    Mila (Idea Box)

  2. Thanks for dropping by! UK has so many nice home decor shops! I should write about that soon!

  3. Home decor is not something I need right now (Since I don't have my own house but definitely something I'm looking at in future!) Near future, I hope!

  4. I love the sundae sign from retro planet! so cute! and the stool/chair from cb2, I used to have 2 very similar looking ones (just different colours) at home like.... 10 yrs ago?

    1. Some of the decor now, I've actually used in my childhood and are now considered retro ;p

  5. One thing i really like about this post is that you have mentioned About the price as well. I personally liked quite a few like modcloth, dwell have vibrant colours they make a perfect stuff to brighten up any home.

    1. Yeah, some of the shops are a bit pricey so in this list there's something for everyone

  6. Ohhh what an inspiring post - some fantastic ideas to decorate your home. Love the blue Paul Michael chair! Sim x

  7. It would be nice to buy something from MoMA. That globe from A+R is cute. Shipping to my country can pose some problems, too, that we resort to just buying from the department store.

    1. Most of the shops ship to Phillipines and Singapore but miss Malaysia which is just a stone's throw away *sob*

  8. Oh thanks for the list! I've been looking for some shops that ships worldwide. There are so many nice decor which you can find online only and glad to read your post.

    Gonna share this to my mom :)

  9. I sometimes do not like to see these nice pictures because I know I cannot find these things in my country. I do not like to buy big items online because of the shipping issues.

    1. Heheh most of the the smaller decor ships to Phillipines (lucky you!)

  10. So far as I check it, the LAND OF NOD is what I like! I love bright colors, especially in my room the fanciful bedding, the storage and shelving department is really cool for the adult and kids room too!

    1. Yeah decor doesn't just have to be decorative, they can be functional too :)

  11. you have done a good job. Indeed this post is very helpful for online shoppers base in Asia.

  12. These are really nice contemporary home decors and appliances. They would definitely give the household a better look.

  13. You have a long list here but it's indeed helpful for moms like me. - KarenT

  14. Novica seems to be a good online store specially when it designs south asian home furniture. Thanks for such a useful post.
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  15. Love all your recommendations! I clicked through some of them and my favorite is Retro planet! The vintage chic in me is soo happy!

    1. Thanks, Phylicia! Retro Planet delivers to the Philippines but not here in Malaysia :(

  16. Every category of home appliances it takes the unexpected look and design. It’s look very unique. We are provides buy home decor products the exclusive range of product


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