7 Must-Visit Home Decor Stores Owned by Decorist Designers
As you may know, many of our Decorist designers have thriving interior design businesses outside of our platform, and Decorist allows them to connect and work with clients virtually anywhere. But what may be news to you is that many of our designers are also shop owners, too! In fact, some of our favorite home décor stores across the country are owned by Decorist designers! Read on to get to know these shopping destinations and see if there's one nearby where you live.
Brian Paquette At Home
Located in Seattle’s Central District, from Decorist designer Brian Paquette provides contemporary furniture and home decor. The comfortable space showcases some of Brian’s favorite products, created by trusted designers and artisans throughout the country. If you're unable to make it to Seattle, many items found in the store can also be purchased in .
2407 East Union Street, Suite D | Seattle, WA 98122
House of Honey
Owned by Decorist designer Tamara Honey, in Montecito, California is the designer's showroom and design studio. The showroom is brimming with quirky art and accessories in her signature old-meets-new brand of eclectic luxury. It's a wonderful place to shop for guests, as well as special pieces that will make your home sing!
525 San Ysidro Rd. | Montecito, CA, 93108
Martin & Brockett
Owned by Decorist Elite designer Jason Martin, Los Angeles retail showroom is an emporium of carefully curated antique furniture and accessories, vintage and contemporary art, and Martin's own line of furniture. "Part traditionalist, part modernist, and part whatever feels right that day" it has something for everyone. If you're not in LA, you can , as well as on .
525 San Ysidro Rd. | Santa Barbara, CA 93108
Located in the San Francisco Design Center, Battersea is a showroom owned by Decorist Celebrity designer Will Wick. Specializing in "European industrial found objects, curiosities, and 20th century decorative arts," the shop is a treasure trove of vintage, new and recycled pieces from around the world. If you can't make it to the City by the Bay, you can shop Battersea online at or .
297 Kansas St. | San Francisco, CA 94103
Jonathan Rachman Design
Decorist Celebrity designer Jonathan Rachman opened in the heart of San Francisco before launching his own design firm. The brick-and-mortar shop is home to antiques, jewelry, and other curiosities from his travels around the world, like patterned linens, custom glassware, and leather goods. If you can't make it to the Bay, you can shop a selection of his pieces .
Rachel Ashwell Shabby Chic Couture
Decorist Celebrity designer Rachel Ashwell opened her first Shabby Chic store in Santa Monica in1989 selling machine washable slipcovered furniture and vintage accessories and eventually opened as many as 15 Shabby Chic store. Today, the designer has one flagship store, , in Santa Monica, which sells her signature slipcovered furniture, along with bedding and other home furnishings. She also has a location in Kyoto, Japan. No matter where you live, you can .
1013 Montana Avenue | Santa Monica, CA
In both Los Angeles and New York, Consort launched filled with fashionably edgy home goods and furniture that represent their signature cutting-edge–classic look. In addition to its own furniture collection, which the brand recently debuted, the store sells furniture from modern designs, vintage finds, and lots of fresh accessories for entertaining and styling your home. If you're not in LA or NY, you can .
6918 Melrose Avenue | Los Angeles, CA 90038
155 Duane Street | New York, NY 10013
Although they don't have brick-and-mortar stores, Decorist designers , , and also have online shops. Meanwhile, is available at a variety of showrooms across the country. Be sure to check them out!