You might want to visit these design stores before you start redecorating your house.
If you’re thinking about redecorating your house anytime soon, you might want to wait just a little bit longer. Purchasing the right furniture it’s a very important part of the process, and today we happened to stumble upon an impressive selection of design stores around the world by Elle Decor that will definitely give you what you have been looking for, whether in terms of furniture or inspiration.
Take a look below.
The design shop has a constant influx of brilliantly-styled furniture and objects, including one-of-a-kind pieces by emerging artists and coveted lines from esteemed designers.
Crema Design, Cape Town
Cape Town is one of the world’s leading design cities and naturally, it’s home to an impressive roster of boutiques, including Crema Design.
Situated in Woodstock, a walk through Crema feels like an afternoon of browsing an expertly-curated gallery.
Casa Perfect, Los Angeles
A haven for collectible contemporary design, Casa Perfect is housed inside a mid-century West Hollywood Hills home, originally designed by Korean-American architect David Hyun in 1957.
Hay House, Harsens
A design shop inspired by fashion, architecture, and modern living is a recipe for tasteful interiors. Consider Hay House the go-to for good design, boasting the work of both local and international designers.
South Loop Loft, Chicago
A staple in the Chicago design scene, South Loop Loft is a local gem whose excellent assortment of furnishings and pronounced style is beloved across the country.
The Apartment by the Line, Los Angeles
Whether you’re in the market for new clothes, beauty products, or home decor, The Apartment by The Line is the perfect sunny, bohemian backdrop. Step inside and you’ll discover a carefully-crafted arrangement of furniture and artwork just waiting to come home with you — or at least inspire your latest design project!
Story, New York City
This Manhattan concept store takes inspiration from the idea of a print magazine, completely reinventing and redesigning the store every four to eight weeks. Each iteration represents a new cultural theme, be it the release of a new movie, or a brand, such as Pepsi.