Jun. 6 2024

The Best Places to Buy Home Decor in Seattle

by Haley Carroll

Finishing touches are what give a home its character and reveal the unique personalities of the people who live there. However, finding and assembling the pieces that will make your home feel thoughtfully curated (and not frantically cluttered) can be a challenge.

If you’re looking for décor and housewares for your Seattle home that can’t be found in big-box stores or shipped with Prime, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve compiled a list of our favorite places to discover find trimmings and treasures that will help your home reflect your one-of-a-kind design style.

Local Seattle businesses great for buying home décor

City People’s Mercantile (Sand Point)

Address: 5440 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105

Holding just about every single odd and end you could possibly need, this Laurelhurst staple offers a variety housewares, lifestyle products, outdoor furniture, and gardening supplies. This shop is a great way to support a local business and find no-frills, down-to-earth goods.


Ravenna Gardens (University Village)

Address: 2600 NE University Village St, Seattle, WA 98105

This shop is dedicated to gardening in the Pacific Northwest, and they provide all of the supplies and knowledge necessary for creating a floral oasis in the Emerald City. Shop here for plants, trees, planters, gardening tools and books, terrariums, and ornamental pieces.


The Phinery (Greenwood)

Address: 7601 Greenwood Ave N Ste 101 Seattle, WA 98103

The Phinery’s home store is a great place to shop for lighting, rugs, drapery, artwork, and other decorative items that have been hand-selected by interior designers. With contemporary, modern, and coastal influences, The Phinery’s elegant selection will certainly have just the thing to uplevel your home’s style.


Digs (Ballard)

Address: 2002 NW Market Street, Seattle, WA 98107

This extensive Ballard showroom aims to make mid-century and Scandinavian design accessible to everyday Seattleites through North-American made independent designs. Their inventory covers every category, from furniture to wallpaper to kitchenware and office supplies. You can spend hours getting lost in their tasteful, yet playful offerings for every area of your home.


Ballard Consignment Store (Ballard)

Address: 5459 Leary Ave Seattle, WA 98107

Covering 30,00 feet, Ballard consignment is another sprawling space that is guaranteed to have wildly different inventory month to month. If you’re a fan of vintage or giving quality pieces a second life, you’ll want to check out this shop. Whether you’re looking for a great furniture deal or truly unique pieces of artwork, lamps, or other decorative items, you never know the hidden treasures this shop may hold.

Woodland Mod (Ballard)

Address: 5330 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107

Woodland Mod carries design-minimalist, Scandinavian and Japanese-inspired goods for the home, garden, body, and lifestyle. For simple, quality home décor that is inspired by the natural world and has timeless charm, this is your spot.


Casa di Lavalle (Pioneer Square)

Address: 108 S. Jackson St. Seattle WA 98104

This shop is all about honoring vintage, antique, and handmade goods. Its style is based on its founder’s own life: Southern Italian meets West Coast. Alongside European style vintage home décor and housewares, you can find sunny, organic ceramics and textiles from small artists and socially responsible businesses. Anything from this shop is sure to make your home feel warm and welcoming.


Capers Home (West Seattle)

Address: 4525 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116

Furnishing your home with a purpose, CAPERS is committed to supporting local artists and makers, and sourcing inventory that is traded fairly and supports those who need it. With an eco-friendly-first attitude and high standards for durability, you can feel good shopping at CAPERS.

Storied at Home (Columbia City)

Address: 3829B S Edmunds Street, Seattle WA 98118

The goal of this store is for its objects of classic material, updated design, and heirloom quality lead to engrained moments with friends and family. Their inventory is sourced and made in-house, and exudes refined, modern luxury and liveliness.


Where to find the staple home decor chain stores in Seattle

Although we love our boutiques, sometimes it’s helpful to shop at stores with wider stock and selection. For the Seattle area locations of classic home décor chains, see below.

Room and Board (University Village)

Address: 4645 26th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105


Restoration Hardware (University Village)

Address: 4645 26th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105


Crate & Barrel / CB2 (University Village)

Address: 2680 Northeast 49th Street, Seattle, WA 98105 / 2660 Northeast 49th Street, Seattle, WA 98105


Pottery Barn (University Village)

Address: 4627 26th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105


West Elm (South Lake Union)

Address: 2201 Westlake Ave Ste 100, Seattle, WA 98121


Want to transform more than just your home decor?

If your Seattle home is missing the functionality and features that new curtains can’t fix, don’t worry. Innovative Home Renovations is a design-build firm that can help you reimagine your kitchen, bathroom, or entire home so you can have a beautiful, customized living space that is perfect for your needs. Contact a project manager today to get started.

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