In a bit of a shopping rut when it comes to sourcing home décor? We've all been there. To get the scoop on some hidden gems, we turned to some of our most stylish friends who shared their favorite under-the-radar places to purchase home décor.
Underrated can be amazing—just don't blame us if you find yourself reaching for your wallet momentarily.
"H&M Home is my go-to place for incredible home décor, and no one knows about it. I'm lucky to have one here in D.C., and that's where I get lots of pillow inserts, covers, vases, and baskets. Everything is trendy and reasonably priced—so you don't feel bad about shopping there weekly. I get so many compliments on my H&M Home finds, and it always looks more expensive than it really is." —Imani Keal, design influencer @imaniathome
"H&M is known for its appealing and trendy clothes, it’s a must when it comes to mall shopping. But, there’s also H&M Home, where they sell décor and furniture that’s very current and now." —Brianna Hill, founder of Over the Hill Designs
"TJ Maxx and Marshalls have home sections in store that have grown larger over the years, and now, on their websites as well. It's a way to shop for home goods (albeit a smaller selection) without going to a HomeGoods." —Emily Starr Alfano, founder of mStarr Design
"Many people head to T.J. Maxx for nice discounted clothes, but there’s also a whole world of trendy home items to choose from. From adorable wall art to unique vases to decorate your home, this store is full of surprises." —Brianna Hill
"Clutter sells beautiful pillows (I have a few). The covers are made out of Turkish rugs and other materials like that. They also sell vintage and handmade décor items like vases and candle holders, and sometimes, they'll have larger items like wood benches or stools." —Carly Fuller
"June Home Supply is my go-to for all kitchen objects like glassware, dishes, serving plates, and napkins. They also have really beautiful utilitarian objects that everyone needs. This is such a good way to level up your laundry room, kitchen, bathroom, or garage (if you don't live in NYC and have one of those). So long Bed Bath & Beyond, hello June Home Supply!" —Nicole Arruda, founder of Nicole Alexandra Design Studio
"Pamono is by Chairish and has so many one-of-a-kind pieces from all over the globe. They feature new stuff all the time, so even if you aren't looking for anything specific, it's fun to take a look. The price point is pretty fair and they include all duties and customs—so no hefty surprises when importing something from the other side of the world. Lighting, artwork, furniture, accessories...they have it all." —Nicole Arruda
"Terrain is my home décor go-to, I love their earthy, warm aesthetic and how each item feels handcrafted and unique. This gardening and home brand is rooted in natural elements and is known for its curated selection of home goods. From seasonal wreaths to candlesticks, planters to tableware, there are endless treasures to find as you wander the shop or peruse their online store." -Danielle Chiprut, founder of Danielle Rose Design Co.
"On eSaleRugs, you can filter to antique/vintage rugs, plus, they offer free shipping and free returns. Almost all of my vintage rugs have come from esalerugs. Their filtering is spot on and so helpful (type, color, dimensions, origin, material, and more). The quality is beautiful and the pictures are extremely accurate. I've never been disappointed." —Hannah Hamburger, design influencer at @houseofhamburger
"I shop in-store at Jamali a lot for staging projects, but they also have a great website. I always end up getting a little something for myself while I'm in there because it's so hard not to. You can find every type of faux floral and plant/tree with plenty of planters and vases to go with them. They have pretty glassware, candle holders, lanterns, pillar candles of all sizes, and gemstones. They also have a range of raw wood pieces and driftwood—the list goes on and on. You won't walk out of there without a basket full of pretty things." —Carly Fuller, stylist and design influencer at @mycityapartment