10 Coolest Places To Shop For Your Home

That you probably didn’t know about

Once all of that spring cleaning we’ve been wanting to do (the one we're totally procrastinating about doing) is finally done, what better time to give our space a bit of a makeover?

When it comes to how we choose to decorate our homes, we want it to be a direct reflection of ourselves, showcasing our individuality and personal tastes. So, much like how we put together our wardrobes, we want to channel our inner singularity—and we definitely don’t want to have the same things as everyone else we know. That’s why we went on a mission to find the coolest places to shop for home goods that most of us probably don’t know about.

From kitchenwares to living room lighting, we rounded up 10 places to find the coolest goods for your space; whether your look is feminine, ultra-minimalist, or quirky and off-kilter, there’s a little something for everybody below.

Click through to read more about each or our picks. And don’t worry—most of these places have so many options to choose from, we promise sharing our favorites won’t leave you and your bestie with the same exact bedspread.

AnkitIf you’re looking to make your space an Instagrammable influencer-worthy haven, look no further than Ankit. From cute home goods, like a mermaid pillows, to unicorn emoji lights, they’ve got you covered. Oh, and they also carry a ton of cute tech items, so your iPhone will soon be the most stylish one in the room.

Ankit, Mermaid Sequin Pillow, $39.99, available at Ankit.

Dot & Bo carries an array of furniture and décor, from antique-inspired to modern minimalist—with many items on the more affordable side (okay, maybe not their $6,000+ mirrored king size bed, but we can dream, right?).

Fine Mod Imports, WoodLeg Dining Side Chair, $59.98, available at Dot & Bo.

Uncommon Goods carries exactly what you think they would: uncommon goods. From mini ice cream sandwich presses to some of the coolest lighting we’ve ever seen, if you’re looking for a unique house-warming gift for someone special, this is the spot for you.

Uncommon Goods, Splyt Light (by Jason Krugman and Scott Leinweber), $115, available at Uncommon Goods.

The MoMA StoreSure, when it comes to decorating our homes, we don’t typically think of a museum store as a first choice of where to shop. However, this is MoMA we’re talking about, and they've got the coolest knickknacks and housewares around.

The MoMA Store, Rainbow Flatware, $48, available at The MoMA Store.

Lumens is the spot to go if you’re looking for unique lighting—from wild chandeliers to modern table lamps—but their furniture selection also offers an array of modern (and sometimes quite colorful) pieces with which to adorn your kitchen, bedroom, and more.

Blu Dot, Sprout Café Table, $899, available at Lumens.

Lulu & Georgia carries furniture and homewares for the modern woman. From golden side tables and bookshelves to palm print ottomans, it’s a little bit girly, a little bit luxe, and totally embodies its Californian heritage. (Oh, and you can also find the cutest prints to adorn your walls here.)

Lulu & Georgia, Elton Storage Ottoman in Banana Palm, $210, available at Lulu & Georgia.

Zara HomeJust in case you’ve never explored Zara’s home section, we’re here to let you know just how good it is. While you won’t find larger furniture for sale, check here for all of your bedding, kitchen, and bathroom décor needs. Just like their clothing, you can expect affordable pricing, with a couple pricier pieces here and there.

Zara Home, Multicolored Striped Rug, $289, available at Zara Home.

Need Supply Co. is a minimalist’s dream, not only for your wardrobe, but for your entire home, too. From sleek, color pop pendant lights to quilts that double as modern art, they have all the bases covered.

Louise Gray, Throw Quilt No. 1, $425, available at Need Supply Co.

Dusen DusenIf you’re not already familiar with Brooklyn, New York, designer Ellen Van Dusen’s colorful and quirky clothing line Dusen Dusen, you’re missing out. But what’s even more exciting than her wildly printed shirtdresses are her home goods, which capture her playful aesthetic in the form of cozy throw pillows and abstract doggie beds.

Dusen Dusen, Curves Pillow, $62, available at Dusen Dusen.

HusetLooking to fulfill your Scandinavian home goods needs and don’t want to go to Ikea? Enter Huset, which sells goods—from housewares to clothing—from Scandinavian countries.

Hay, Serving Trays in Rainbow, $38, available at Huset.