Our city is chock-full of lovely stores with goods to furnish & decorate the home. Check out a few of our favorite shops that feature everything from local artisan goods to sustainable, contemporary furniture!
Image courtesy of thephinery.com
Owner and designer, Becky Dusik, opened The Phinery (photo above) just last year. It is a cheerful one stop shop for home decor items, as well as decorating services. The shop carries custom art pieces and accessories that each have their own story. One special service that Dusik offers is helping her customers reimagine their heirlooms as contemporary design elements! 6500 Phinney Ave N, Suite A, Seattle
The upholstered bespoke furniture really sets this place apart from other stores on Ballard Ave! Camelion Design embraced color and vibrancy without going overboard. They have hundreds of fabric available to cover their furniture pieces. The store also hosts a variety of bold accessories and unique gift items. 5330 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle
Bayle and Co.
Bayle & Co was opened in 2016 by interior designer Michele Bayle to help people "make their space personally theirs". She has curated a selection of home goods that have lots of personality and are reasonably priced. Some offerings include shaggy poufs, unique picture frames and gilded leather pillows! Most items come from local artists and she has even sourced a beautiful new collection of items from Ghana. On the 3rd Thursday of every month, she does inexpensive drop-in consultations! 5224 Wilson Ave S, No 102
Room and Board
Room & Board is the place for American made furniture! They came to Seattle's University Village in 2012 but have been around since 1980. Their expansive store features high-quality classic pieces that are practical, stylish and especially comfortable. Experience the showroom by taking the escalator up to the airy space that is laid out in a large loop, organized by category. 2675 NE University Village St, Seattle
Stop in at Digs for a bit of design therapy! It is a bright, open space in Ballard that was opened in 2013. Digs carries a tasteful selection of special mid-century modern pieces of furniture including accessories and gifts made from local designers. Owner Ben Knudsen says "We try to curate items that are well designed and still functional, with the idea of buying less and buying better". 2002 NW Market St, Seattle
Engel & Völkers Seattle Eastside