I try not to give away all my best sources, but sometimes you just gotta share. It’s so hard to find exactly what you want on Etsy due to the massive amount of shops available- so here are some of my favorite shops to look at for great home decor and accessory options. From vintage rugs to fine furniture and incredible original art- there is so much to love about Etsy! CLICK IMAGES FOR LINKS.
I’ve been doing TONS of shopping on Etsy for rugs lately- here are a few shops I’ve used!
Loving the work of Weston Hobdy, a plein air landscape painter from Minnesota.
I also discovered the fabulous ink drawings by Lucy Auge in the UK. Original art for $80 a pop. I’d love a series of these all framed the same and hung in a grid.
Elizabeth Mayville is known for her portraits of girls with buns (adorbs) but she also has some fantastic still life works and landscapes!
I’m pretty sure I’ve blogged about Kai Samuels Davis before, but these pieces are SO stunning they are worth mentioning again.
Not all furniture of Etsy is crazy affordable- there are fine antiques dealers too if that is your thing. I am loving these pieces from Full Bloom Cottage.
We use Etsy vendors a lot for pillows in designer fabrics for e-design clients who can’t use our workroom. Fortuny1 has some really great fabric selections front he likes of Peter Denham, Jasper by Michael Smith and Brunschwig.
I also adore the striped and tasseled throws and pillows on Atelier Boemia’s shop!
And speaking of throws, these handmade beauties from BOTEH.
And how about these magnificent modern baby quilts from Second Stitch to the Right? What a special gift this would be for a baby shower or special little child! You can customize the colors and fabrics too.
Forge Hardware Studio has you covered when it comes to good looking cabinet and furniture hardware.
This Israeli pottery studio, One and Many makes amazing bowls, cups and vases in modern patterns.
I love these acrylic floater frames from Highland Hardware for framing silk scarves, memorabilia (like this little dress!) and art.
**This post was sponsored by Etsy. All selections and opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting sponsors who keep this blog going!