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I’m looking for new websites to shop for home decor and accessories. I like One King’s Lane and West Elm. Any other ideas?

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  1. Susan Cozzi Design wrote on :

    Casa. com has great pillows, home and bath accessories, even children’s furniture. They feature quality brands that I specify.

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  2. cyan721 wrote on :

    Try TwentyOne7.com Best prices online for designer fabrics!

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  3. avonlady wrote on :

    I like Martha Stewart’s website.

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  4. Great Days wrote on :

    They’ve been mentioned before but, I have to vote for Pottery Barn and Ballard Designs.

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  5. cyan721 wrote on :

    got the site wrong http://www.twentyone7.com

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  6. cyan721 wrote on :

    You should try http://www.twentyOne7 which was Fabric Alley. Just launch their new site. They can get just about any items and at great prices!

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  7. shellyleer wrote on :

    Don’t buy mass produced. Buy unique and different. I buy many of my accessories at Goodwill. Carefully chosen, mind you, but you can find some nice colored glass and vases upon close examination. When put together carefully, you’ll love it and it’s one of a kind. Not to mention how much fun it is to hunt for great pieces. Find photos you like, then go hunt for “The Look for Less” at a thrift store. It’s my favorite thing to do.

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  8. theresaseabaugh wrote on :

    Hi Terry! A couple of sites that I haven’t seen listed yet- jonathanadler.com is just a blast, Horchow.com offers an enormous selection of ‘glitz’, but wait for their frequent sales, and lillianaugust.com covers a variety of looks each season. They also have a ‘flip catalog’ with great ideas of how to put looks together. All the best-Theresa

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  9. beth barrineau wrote on :

    Definitely look on etsy.com! SOOO many incredible artists there, great home decor and accessories!

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  10. twb design wrote on :

    It has taken more than a minute to answer. but you should take a look at Crate & Barrel http://www.crateandbarrel.com/, and their more contemporary sister company, http://www.cb2.com/. You can also take a look at Shades of Light for lighting and rugs, http://www.shadesoflight.com/. Beyond West Elm, there are all of the sister companies at William Sonoma, take a look at this link and the others listed at the bottom of their site, http://www.wshome.com/. Lastly you can also take a look at Room and Board, http://www.roomandboard.com, they have a bit of everything. Happy looking.

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  11. Rosemarie Sussex wrote on :

    I like Ballard.com, Pier One, art.com, Overstock.com, and even JCPenny (especially the outlet sections). Depending on your pocket book, these sites give you great ideas to duplicate. I usually then go to Home Goods or TJ Maxx and look for something similar.

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  12. bettytorrell wrote on :

    Finding great websites depends on what style you are looking for. West Elm has decor and accessories with fairly clean lines and contemporary styles. If you like West Elm, you may also like cb2.com,HELTON.com and DWR.com.

    If you like One King’s Lane, which is more traditional, you may also like Wisteria.com, pineconehill.com, dashand albert.com, cottagehomemaine.com or horchow.com.

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  13. kathysavon wrote on :

    Not sure where your located but try:https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Fabuless-Finds-Boutique/165300310153513 every thing here is handmade. Very creative both owners are beautiful and honest people.

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  14. lward wrote on :

    Best for dreaming…1st Dibs.com

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  15. cindy ceballos wrote on :

    All the suggestions below have wonderful items. I can get lost for hous on the internet! If you are at all a bit handy, try this site for items you can “copy”. http://www.copycatcrafts.com/tag/anthropologie/page/2/

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  16. Cheryl Wilson wrote on :

    CB2.com is great fun.

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  17. RonniWhitman wrote on :

    You might enjoy:
    Fab.com
    jossandmain.com
    ATGstores.com
    and
    vivatera.com
    Have fun surfing!

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  18. Marcia Reed wrote on :

    Pottery Barn, Frontgate, Grandin Road, Signals.

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  19. tlo wrote on :

    I love Design Within Reach’s site: dwr.com

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  20. goodw021 wrote on :

    I love Joss & Main and The Foundary. Those, along with One Kings Lane start my day off at 11:00 am. And don’t you love the Tastemaker Tag Sales at OKL!!

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  21. fayesiegert50 wrote on :

    Terry–
    If you like West Elm, then my first suggestions would be the similar sites that are retail stores as well: Crate and Barrel, Pottery Barn, and Restoration Hardware. I have used the first two stores for accessorizing for my photo shoots; they have some interesting pieces in a reasonable price range.
    You could look into GiltGroupe.com; for this one, you need to become a member.
    West Elm tends to be a more modern look, so you might like HiveModern.com. A good site for accessories is CyanDesign.com. I have discovered a really beautiful & unique store located in Little Washington, Virginia, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains, they have nice artwork, accessories and beautiful French table linens: the site is rhballard.com.
    Let me know if you want more ideas! Faye Siegert, CID, ASID

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  22. Jacqualin Davies wrote on :

    Try Chiasso and Pottery Barn too

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  23. Jacqualin Davies wrote on :

    Try Chiasso and Pottery Barn too!

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  24. Maurene Donohue wrote on :

    Have you tryed Midnight Velvet? They have lots of unique ideas for the home as well as fashion. Good Luck share the pics. Maurene

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  25. Jacqualin Davies wrote on :

    Try Chiasso and Pottery Barn too.

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  26. avonlady wrote on :

    Actually, places like Cost Plus, Pier 1 Imports and Target websites have lots of fun and interesting pieces.

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  27. Kim Law wrote on :

    I love Ballard Designs which has beautiful decor! I also really like Art & Artifact and Grandin Road. You can also try Ikea and Crate and Barrel which have nice items. I hope this is helpful!

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  28. Terry Perl wrote on :

    Wow! So many good suggestions! I have my work cut out for me. Thanks, everybody.

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  29. Johnston Interior Design wrote on :

    Hi Terry – I would try roomandboard.com, wisteria.com, jaysonhomeandgarden.com, circalighting.com and shadesoflight.com and thecompanystore.com. Happy decorating!

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  30. jvosler15 wrote on :

    Hi Terry, sounds like many of my faves have already been mentioned. In addition, try art.com for affordable wall art. Don’t forget to support your local small boutiques for truly unique items as well!!

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  31. Patricia Assanowicz wrote on :

    My favorite place to shop for home goods and very unique furniture, glasses, just about everything is Pier One, I found so many different items on their website that I knew I would have a very hard time finding else where. When my sisters birthday came around she lives in Florida and loves unique items especially vases, I found a vase she now displays when you enter her home, the vase stands 4 foot high and 2 foot wide, the shape and color is amazing. Take a look at their website you may love what they have or you may have a different style, either way, enjoy.

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  32. Kathy Hayes wrote on :

    For fabulous handmade art, crafts, jewelry and clothing, try artfulhome.com. Wisteria.com has a great selection of unique accessories, as does jaysonhomeandgarden.com. For Asian-influenced furniture and artifacts, try tealan.com and greenteadesign.com. Naturalfinefurniture.com has a nice selection of nature-inspired accessories and furniture.

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  33. Jane NC wrote on :

    On the retail end Ballard is a good one, & Shades of Light also. I can order many things though that you will never see anywhere else- that’s what designers are good at! I just got back from the Atlanta Market & saw so many wonderful unique things, so if there’s something specific you want please let me know.

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  34. Louise Fadness wrote on :

    Try Tonichome.com, Chiasso.com, and there’s always Horchow.com. These 3 sites span the decorating spectrum. I remodeled a powder room with an Art Deco touch through HomeDecorators.com. Good luck and hope this helps.

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  35. LISA STEWART DESIGN wrote on :

    HI Terry, I also like One King’s Lane and West Elm. Z Gallerie is a great site that offers value for money, classic design with a contemporary feel. They have some retail locations too. Enjoy!

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  36. Cheryl Wait wrote on :

    I like wisteria.com, frontgate.com and frenchgardenhouse.com. These are a few of my favorites, they have a wide selection of items in many price ranges. Looks like everyone has some great ideas, have fun!

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  37. janeenobrien wrote on :

    Janeenhomedecor.com

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  38. shellie robin wrote on :

    Hi Terry — One King’s Lane is one of my favorites! Here are some others: http://www.jossandmain.com; http://www.softsurroundings.com;www.gilt.com; http://www.ruelala.com; http://www.modnique.com; http://www.ideeli.com; http://www.hautelook.com. Note some are more fashion focused but do have a Home section. If you need a referral to any, just let me know! Happy to connect you. Shellie

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  39. Sherrie Mathieson wrote on :

    I love http://www.designwithinreach.com and http://www.highbrow.com if you’re interested in Modernism.
    Best,
    Sherrie Mathieson

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  40. Cathy Ball wrote on :

    Jayson Home & Garden, at jaysonhomeandgarden.com – they carry really unique things and they are having a sale!

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  41. Constance Snow wrote on :

    I just LOVE etsy.com. There are so many completely unique items and I sometimes develop relationships with the sellers. We trade stories & ideas back and forth. So fun!

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  42. Helen Kenney-Poore wrote on :

    wisteria.com, gdchome.com, CB2.com and of course, anthropologie.com a few of my favorite online sites for home accessories and I own a retail store, so that is saying a lot considering I’ve seen just about everything that is out there.

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  43. norma.byrd.45437 wrote on :

    frontgate.com is a good source for a wide variety of decorative items and household goods as is potterybarn.com. Their products are good quality and design, and well-priced. Also try Google or Yahoo Search for specific items.

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  44. Sandra Oster wrote on :

    Why DecoratorTagSale.com! Great items in all price ranges from top designers…good luck!

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