Where Designers Shop – Online!
Thanks to the Internet and a sudden surge in the popularity of interior design, online boutiques have been popping up over the past few years to specialize in carrying lines of furniture accessories and décor that were previously only available to interior designers. The plus of shopping these types of sites is that you can score deals on things that are unique and around the price point of Restoration Hardware, Crate and Barrel, or West Elm. Take a look at these websites and let us how you see yourself designing your Avalon East Norwalk home!
Zinc Door – A favorite of design-savvy decorators, Zinc Door carries lines such as Lazy Susan, Ateriors, Cococozy, and Currey & Co. What is great about Zinc Door is their design center – with just a few clicks, you can see color trends, designs trends, staffs’ favorite picks and so much more. These Cococozy navy embroidered pillow and Lazy Susan bowls add a touch of elegance to any room without having to spend a fortune.
Burke Décor is another site that carries brands often sourced only by interior designers. From beds to sofas, pillows, and throws, this site is cleanly designed and easy to navigate, plus they often run excellent sales. They also have a cool section called “boutiques” where you can shop by styles and concepts such as “Dreamy Bathrooms” or “Victorian Divine”. These Aidan Gray chairs matched with a Currey & Co. bench are a guaranteed design win for your living room or bedroom.
Market 27 is a curated online market place by interior designers. Selection is limited, but the pieces they sell are absolutely stunning. Each piece is carefully chosen to represent the designer’s mantra “surrounding yourself with things you love”. If you’re looking for stark elegance, just pair a Lucite lamp with a black side table and voila! Stunning in seconds.
What are your favorite online design sites? Let us know in the comments below!