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Need Decor But Don’t Know Where to Shop?? – Here is Our Complete EHD Online Resource Shopping List

photo by sara ligorria-tramp | from: a quick update: the changes i’ve made to my la living room

Happy Friday, everyone! (I like keeping normal weekly traditions despite things being anything but normal). So yes, it’s Friday and we have a pretty big post for you today. We get asked all the time (and the requests have not slowed down, despite this new normal) what our go-to, favorite online shops are. And we get it. The world is filled with endless options which at times is great but more so, completely overwhelming. So we finally put together The EHD online resource guide so that if and when you are looking to buy something for your home, you can come here and feel confident about your purchases.

We have everything from big box stores to little online-only shops so that no matter what, you can find what you need. So before we get into this epic juicy list, we want to say to please only shop for what you need to make your home better for you and what you’ll use for a long time. We’re in this together and are also doing everything we can to shop smarter.

Ok, with that in mind let’s give some much-deserved love to our favorite hardworking retailers, categorized by types of home good. We laid it out so if you are looking for say, lighting, you can scroll down and they are all there in one area. Easy peasy, right.? So because of that, there are some repeats of vendors. Just know that most of these retailers have more than just one kind of good so please explore.

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If you aren't in need of anything right now, bookmark this post so you have easy access when you do:).

So without further ado, let’s get into it…

FURNITURE (and More)

photo by sara ligorria-tramp | from: portland project: the living room reveal

I personally find furniture to be the most intimidating purchase (as do most people). It’s usually big, expensive, and not the easiest to return. But with our tried and true recommendations, you can rest a little easier. In alphabetical order, here we go…


Amsterdam ModernAnthropologie
Ali Sandifer AllModern
Big Daddy’s AntiquesBig Daddy’s Antiques
Burke DecorCB2
ChairishCisco Home
Clad HomeClaude Home
Crate & BarrelDesign Within Reach
Domain by Laura Hodges Studio Dressing Rooms Interiors
Eclectic GoodsEtsy
Ferm LivingFinnish Design Shop
Goodee HD Buttercup
HedgeHouseHome by Be
Industry WestInterior Define
Jayson HomeJomo Furniture
Jonathan AdlerJungalow
Katy SkeltonLawson-Fenning
Lichen Lulu & Georgia
McGee & CoNickey Kehoe
One Kings
Pottery BarnRejuvenation
Room & BoardSchoolhouse Electric
Serena & LilyShoppe by Amber Interiors
SixpennyStudio Lani
TargetThe Citizenry
Thos. MoserTRNK NYC
Urban OutfittersWayfair
Wertz BrothersWest Elm
Woodward Throwbacks World Market
45 Three Modern 54kibo
photo by sara ligorria-tramp | from: mountain house reveal: our soft yet secretly sultry downstairs guest bed + bath

If you need some extra furniture help and tips check out these posts:

The Living Room Rules You Should Know | Bedroom Design Rules | Dining Room Rules | DESIGN MISTAKE: Too Much Furniture In One Room (With Real Life Agonies) | Rules For Picking a Coffee Table | Budget Power Couples: Beds And Nightstands For Every Style (All Under $600) | No, Your Nightstands Don’t Have to Match (& Here’s How to Do It Like a Designer) | Accent Chairs Under $800 (Organized By How You Actually Use Them) | These Unique Beds & Headboards Will Make You Want to Rethink Your Bedroom Style | The Coffee & Accent Tables That Will Save Your (Boring) Living Room + 6 Tips To Ensure Success | Stop Boring Sofa Syndrome: 62 Non-Basic Picks to Wake Up Your Living Room | How to Mix and Match Dining Chairs Like a Boss (+ 28 Pairs We Love) | Power Couples: 22 Dresser & Nightstand Combos + A Few Rules | Dining Table Combos + What Shape Works Best For Your Space


photo by sara ligorria-tramp | from: arlyn’s moody dining room reveal is all about the insane power of paint

I have recently discovered that I am a lamp collector (read: hoarder). It’s truly insane since I have less than 400 square feet of home and ONE outlet in my living room. BUT good/pretty lighting is so important to a space and can be super affordable, and is an easy way to add personality. I am going to leave you until the next section because I simply can’t look at these vendors without buying a lamp I definitely don’t need…or do I? No, no I don’t. Have fun!


Allied MakerAnthropologie
Apparatus StudioBrendan Ravenhill
CB2Cedar and Moss
ChairishCirca Lighting
Crate & BarrelDelightfull
Goodee HAY
Jones Country RoadKaty Skelton
Lamps.comLamps Plus
Lawson-FenningLulu & Georgia
One Forty ThreePark Studio LA
RejuvenationRoom & Board
Schoolhouse ElectricSerena & Lily
Shades of LightStarlight Lighting
TargetTriple Seven
The Urban Electric Co.Urban Outfitters
WayfairWest Elm
photo by sara ligorria-tramp | from: all the what’s, why’s & how much’s of the portland kitchen (+ big reveal)

Need more lighting help? Some solid tips and tricks? Here you are:

Where to Buy Affordable Lighting Online: 18 of Our Go-To Resources | My Favorite 37 Online Lighting Resources | Power Couples: Floor & Table Lamp Combos That Work | A Roundup of Affordable Pendants Under $100 | 19 Lighting Combos + The Rules of Lighting | The Surprising Value of Colored, Textured or Patterned Lampshades


photo by tessa neustadt | from: our master bedroom – finally

We get asked about rug size a ton. It’s another one of those intimidating purchases because it can set the tone for the whole room. Well, now we bestow the confidence of 1000 interior designers with these here shops. Just make sure to measure your space and check out the blog posts below for our rules before you hit purchase:)


Annie SelkeAnthropologie
Armadillo RugsBen Soleimani
Blue Parakeet RugsEsmaili Rugs
EtsyJohn Derian
Jonathan AdlerJungalow
Lulu & GeorgiaLoloi
Nordic KnotsRejuvenation
Room & BoardRuggable
Rugs DirectRugs USA
Serena & LilyTarget
The CitizenryThe Rug Company
Urban OutfittersWest Elm
photo by sara ligorria-tramp | from: sara’s living room & dining room reveal

Buying a rug is hard. These posts will make it easier:

Design Mistake #2: The ‘Too Small Rug’ | Our Ultimate Vintage Rug Resource Guide | How To Choose The Right Rug Size For Your Living Room – 5 Formulas Guaranteed to Work | 60 Affordable Area Rugs Roundup + How To Find The Right Rug For Your Room


photo by sara ligorria-tramp | from: moto reveal: emily bowser’s bedroom “after” is unrecognizable from the “before”

I am never not surprised by the transformation a room goes through after simply putting up some curtains (or shades). I promise you don’t even need to be really expensive one (heck, mine are IKEA and I love them). The instant coziness that comes with a window treatment is well worth the money spent (big or small).


AnthropologieBarn & Willow
TargetTonic Living
WayfairWest Elm
photo by tessa neustadt | from: staging my dream parisian hotel suite with sothebys

Don’t underestimate the power a window treatment. Here’s how to to do them right:

Hanging Curtains All Wrong | Wake Up When You Want: Super Affordable Blackout Shades and Curtains | Ready-made Roman, Woven and Roller Shade Roundup | How To Dress Awkward Windows + Where To Shop For Readymade Options | Design Myth Busters: The “Real Cost” of Custom Drapery | Power Couples: How to Expertly Pair Curtains & Rugs


photo by sara ligorria-tramp | from: reveal: how we brightened up a room (and some deserving lives) with velux skylights

Cozy (and pretty) bedding is high up on all of our decor lists right now. The world is stressful enough, so why not make your bed the oasis that you want/probably need. We are big big fans of these companies, so if you are looking either for a refresh or overall, you are covered (pun intended). Here is Emily’s all-time favorite.


AnthropologieBolé Road Textiles
H&MIn Bed
Jillian Rene DecorJohn Derian
Jungalow  Linoto
Minna GoodsParachute
Pom Pom at HomeRebecca Atwood
TargetTonic Living
Tuft & NeedlexN Studio
Zara Home
photo by tessa neustadt | from: brady’s bedroom makeover with parachute

Fewer things make us happier than a pretty and cozy bed. These posts will help you make that your reality:

The Right Way To Make Your Bed – Our 5 Best Formulas | 14 Rules for How We Style the Perfect Bedroom (+ 3 New Reveals) | 18 Neutral (and Textured) Pillow Combos + 5 Rules for Guaranteed Combo-ing Success | Our Extra Long Lumbar Pillow Roundup | My Favorite “Household Basics” (Including The Bed Pillow I Travel With Because I Love It That Much) | How to Mix Decorative Pillows | 20 VERY Affordable Pillow Combos & Our 5 No-Fail Combo Rules


photo by tessa neustadt | from: griffith park formal dining room reveal

Do you need new plates, new napkins or even just a pretty little salt and pepper shaker? Then this is your section. Gathering together has never been more appreciated so if you need some pieces to make your table just the way you want, look no further.


CB2Estelle Colored Glass
EtsyFerm Living
Food52Grey Remedy
Hawkins New YorkH&M
Heath CeramicsJohn Derian
Jungalow Lolly Lolly
Lost & FoundMinna Goods
Nickey KehoeNur Ceramics
Sheldon CeramicsTarget
The White CompanyZara Home
photo by sara ligorria-tramp | from: velinda’s tiny kitchen makeover takeover

Setting the table should be easy, here’s how:

How to Style Your Dining Table for Everyday Living | How To Style Open Shelving | Setting the Table with Parachute’s New Table Linens | Upgraded Utilitarian: Really Beautiful Everyday Things for Your Kitchen | 10 Dinnerware Combos For Every Style | 12 Barware Combos for Every Style


photo by sara ligorria-tramp | from: reveal: a budget and rental-friendly living and dining room (with 80% thrifted finds)

I think this is my third time saying that something is an “intimidating purchase”. And while art isn’t always a large purchase, we want it more than almost any other decor piece to say something about us, right? So ya, intimidating! It’s a little peek into your real personality. Well, these awesome vendors are not only super talented but there is something here for every style and budget. Basically don’t be scared because this is a no-fail list.

Artfully WallsChairish
Christa David Cindy Hsu Zell
Diane Hill Elan Byrd
EtsyKaite Gong Design
Jane DentonJuniper Print Shop
Liana Farmer MaryAnn Puls
MintedMcGee & Co.
MQuanNatalie Osborne
Saatchi ArtSerena & Lily
Society6Tactile Matter
Tappan CollectiveTarget
The Poster ClubUrban Outfitters
Uprise Art
photo by tessa neustadt | from: our modern english tudor living room

The hardest thing to do is buy and decide how to hang art. These will make those decisions easier:

How to Hang Art Correctly | Best Online Art Resources | Affordable Large Scale Art & How To Get It In Your Home | Top 5 Most Affordable Online Art Resources | Design Mistakes: Generic Art | The 7 Things You Need to Know Before You Try to Hang That Gallery Wall | Is This The New Gallery Wall (AKA Gallery Wall 2.0)? | Think Outside the Frame: Wall Hangings Are the Cure for Your Boring Walls | 15 Ideas for Hanging Art We Got From You Guys


Art doesn’t always need frames but most do. Here are our favorite vendors…

Artifact UprisingCB2
FramebridgeFrame It Easy
Urban Outfitters

Misc. Decor

photo by sara ligorria-tramp | from: makeover takeover: jess’ long awaited (small space) living room reveal

If you can’t tell from the photo above I LOVE decorative objects (it’s my living room). I like to think of them as little gems around my home that make it theoretically sparkle. Plus they are texture, depth, and some weirdness which never hurts a room design. Sure these objects can seem pointless since that don’t technically have a “function”. But not a day goes by that they don’t make me happy. I’d say that’s functional enough. If you are looking for a little quirk to add to your space check out these shops…


AnthropologieBen Medansky
Domain by Laura Hodges Studio Etsy
Ecovibe Effortless Composition
Ferm LivingGoodee
H&MHome by Be
John DerianLawson-Fenning
Lost & FoundMoebe
Nickey KehoeTarget
Virginia SinZara Home
photo by sara ligorria-tramp | from: in defense of the comfy sectional—a friend’s almost-finished family room

Bringing personality through small objects is our bread and butter. Here are some posts to maximize your little treasures:

4 Ways to Style That Credenza For “Real Life” + Shop Our Favorite Credenzas | 8 Easy Ways To Style Your Nightstand Like a Dang Pro | Tray Combos for Every Room | Styling With Too Many Small Objects


photo by tessa neustadt | from: elliot’s nursery reveal

Before I worked at Emily Henderson, I was entranced by her rooms with wallpaper. They were an explosion of joy and yet totally cohesive and not overpowering. That’s the beauty of wallpaper. It’s high risk but high reward and if you are thinking about it, DO IT and send me pics. Also, these are our favorite place to start:


AnthropologieBien Fiat
Chasing PaperEtsy
Farrow & BallHygge & West
Kelly WearstlerJuju Papers
Lulu & GeorgiaMinted
Rebel WallsRebecca Atwood
Sandberg WallpaperSerena & Lily
SchumacherSheila Bridges
Urban OutfittersWalnut Wallpaper
Yaël & Valérie
photo by tessa neustadt | from: the griffith park master bedroom reveal

We love wallpaper. How could we not!? Here are some more resources:

The Most Comprehensive Wallpaper Resource Roundup (Probably Ever) | How Splurge-Worthy Wallpaper or Tile Can Make a Room | My 63 Favorite Temporary Wallpaper Patterns | A Home Office Makeover With Threshold Removable Wallpaper by Target

Ok, that is actually it. Well, for now at least. We will continue to add more vendors as we discover them or even some that we missed. So like I said, bookmark for future decor needs and hope you found this super helpful.

Question. Would you want a more reno based resource list? Like faucets, appliances, windows, flooring, doors, etc? We know that renovating isn’t an option really at the moment but if this is something you want, then we want to give it to you. Let us know in the comments and if you have any favorite retailers.

Love you, mean it.

Opening Photo Credit: Photo by Sara Ligorria-Tramp | From: A Quick Update: The Changes I’ve Made to My LA Living Room

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3 years ago

Thank you and bookmarked!! So many stores I’ve never heard of and looking forward to checking them out and soaking in all the eye candy!

3 years ago

What an amazing resource! Thank you!

I used to hoard lamps. Now I only let myself buy them in pairs. Even if don’t use one, I like to have a second on hand. If there is not a pair–most applicable in a second hand setting–it doesn’t come home with me.

That worked. But I seem to have moved on to hoarding chairs.

3 years ago
Reply to  J

Also, whoever created all of those links should get a bonus.

3 years ago
Reply to  J

Lol, ikr!

An update on the vid box issue: this time I didn’t enlarge the screen, and the vid stayed over on the right and didn’t cover the post. Still no close button, but at least I could read and see the (smaller) pics! Not sure if this has always been the case, as I always enlarge.

I know y’all are working hard to give us lots of good content. It’s appreciated!!

3 years ago
Reply to  Anon

A step forward!!! ALMOST have it all the way fixed 🙂 What browser are you using?

3 years ago

Quality but affordable Outdoor picks please. Trying to pick front porch furniture that will last but not break the bank and I am down the rabbit hole with no good luck.

3 years ago
Reply to  Jenny

yes! more outdoor resources please!

3 years ago
Reply to  Jenny

We talked about this in our last team meeting!! Pulling together solutions for ya, stay tuned for a post 🙂

3 years ago

Yes to reno resources! We still need time to figure out what we want later down the road, so now seems as good a time as any 🙂

3 years ago
Reply to  Jessica

Yes please! We will be renovating two bathrooms as soon as we can and are using this time to plan and dream. Thank you!

3 years ago

Don’t forget VivaTerra! Beautiful, sustainably sourced, home decor 🌿

Meryl Miller
3 years ago

YES to a Reno list as well! We are about to close on a mountain house and I’m planning on trying to do a lot of updates myself and getting really scrappy / creative while we can’t bring in any professionals. I’d love to see a list of faucets, lighting, hardware, etc, but also some ideas / sources for “renovating” that you can DIY (sticky tiles, painting countertops, etc)

3 years ago
Reply to  Meryl Miller

Did you see this post from Tuesday? Not full-on reno, but may be helpful 🙂

3 years ago

You guys are killing it with the content these days! I know it’s not easy given the global situation currently but wanted send a note that it is MUCH appreciated! Great job EHD!

3 years ago

Bookmarked! You guys have really been churning out quality quarantine content!Home decorating is my happy place, and this website has been such a balm and an inspiration while I’ve been stuck at home. There’s been a lot of decorating going on in lockdown!

3 years ago
Reply to  Janine

so nice to hear, thanks Janine!

3 years ago

This is the post I have been dreaming of! I literally almost requested it like two days ago, but didn’t, so you are mind readers. Thank you, thank you!

3 years ago
Reply to  Julie

love to hear this!

3 years ago

Great list of resources! And I hate to be that guy, but you have a typo on ULTIMATE in your header image.

3 years ago
Reply to  Kevin

Thanks for lookin out, all fixed!

Ellen Ruhstaller
3 years ago

Yes to a reno list!! We’re currently in the process for our “forever home” and I would love a resource guide!!

3 years ago

Excellent post. My only suggestion is that whenever possible, please try and support local artists or make online purchases where you know an actual artist gets compensated.

3 years ago
Reply to  Susanna

Yes! Thank you for mentioning this!

Roberta Davis
3 years ago

Thanks for the handy reference!

3 years ago

Thank you – will definitely bookmark this!

3 years ago

Absolutely amazing list. THANK YOU!!!! Will refer to this daily.

3 years ago

This is an amazing resource! Definitely bookmarking. Wanted to say I really enjoy being able to check the blog daily despite all that’s going on, and the content has been great. The vintage design cheatsheet post made me realize I’d love to read a deeper dive into all of those famous designers & iconic pieces… I bet other people are interested in design history too. Thanks again!

3 years ago

Ooo! I’ve been shopping for new bedside lamps, and this will be so helpful. There are definitely some sources on your list I haven’t checked yet. Definitely bookmarking this for future reference, too. Thanks!

Katherine Silverman
3 years ago

Thank you!!! I am wrapping up a home renovation now and need to do some decorating. This is clutch!

3 years ago

Yes on the renovation stuff!! We are DIYing everything right now because fixer upper issues are essential repairs and we need to find doors/windows to replace some existing rotted ones in our place.

3 years ago

My favorite source for a cheap but quality rug has been Gilt. I’ve purchased a few amazing 8×10 rugs from there (all between $200-300). The best part is when I was pricing them out, I found the same exact rugs for higher prices at other places (ie: Home Depot).

adrian fogel
3 years ago

This is epic and amazing! SOOOOOOOO helpful right now. Quick question and looking for Yoda/Protips on: when to use peel and stick vs regular wallpaper? Tile vs. Vinyl tile for bathroom walls? We are considering peel and stick wallpaper for our office, guest room and our daughter’s ceiling. That said, what kind of person should I look for to install peel and stick wallpaper? Any suggestions like a Task Rabbit?

3 years ago

Don’t sleep on Urban Outfitters for rugs! You can get very large sized rugs for less than $150, esp when they have 40% off sales, which are fairly often. I’ve gotten 3 8×10 rugs for about $115 -120 each

Stephanie Ybarra
3 years ago

Love your choices but restoration hardware must be included in lighting!

3 years ago

Off topic – but THANK YOU for fixing the video issue. It has been great for several days not.

3 years ago
Reply to  elle

Using Safari and un-enlarged the screen by one click (but it is still somewhat enlarged)

3 years ago
Reply to  elle

AH HOORAY. Thank you 🙂 🙂

3 years ago

Good lord, you know how many tabs I have open now guys?! This will be fun. Also, would you guys do some more re styling posts? Esp from padt motos?

3 years ago

Calico (formerly Calico Corners) supplied the fabric and custom labor for the window treatments in Emily’s home near Los Angeles, as noted in a previous post. We have more than 5,000 decorative and performance fabrics online for curtains and drapery, furniture and bedding, pillows and cushions. And the 70 Calico stores around the country will transform those fabrics into finished items and install them or deliver them to your home. Calico also has in-home designers who make house calls at no charge…when safe to do so!

3 years ago

I would love for you guys to do a write up on tile stickers/vinyl mats. Great for people who rent! I have this horrid tile around my fireplace i think I am going to sticker 🙂

3 years ago

A comprehensive list I so appreciate! So timely, given our only option is to shop on line–and it can all be so overwhelming! Been feeling so much decision fatigue just shopping for bed linens lately! Love that the list includes varied levels of price too! Way to go! This does deserve a Bookmark!!

3 years ago

Amazing resource and really organized! Thank you! Definitely pinned this.

Thought I would add this small business into the rug options. HANDMADE beautiful rugs, reasonably priced and the owner treats his workers well! (Not affiliated, just a happy customer).

3 years ago

I can’t believe you didn’t include West Elm on the bedding list. It has the best linen sheets and duvet covers.

3 years ago

yes to the reno list

3 years ago

Love, Love, Love this list. I was just recently beginning to start a list that pales in comparison and then VOILA! Thank you so very much for sharing all of your wonderful information! Tremendously appreciated!!! Such a fan of your work!!!

3 years ago

Schoolhouse Electric based out of Portland definitely needs to be added to the lighting list.

3 years ago

What an amazing list! Thank you for compiling these shops in one place (and for all the linking – must have taken forever!). Such a great resource!

Two more small businesses jumped to mind for pillows, bed linens, table linens, fabric, and art prints: Block Shop Textiles and Caroline Z. Hurley 🙂

3 years ago

This list is fantastic! Thanks for pulling it together, but even more, thank you for the incredible content you’ve been providing. It’s truly a bright spot with the many challenges life is giving us these days.

3 years ago

Thank you for posting this, just ordered a chair from Apt2b! I’ve purchased several items from your suggestions throughout the years and I always appreciate the range of price options.

3 years ago

This is a really fantastic list but it I think it has uncovered my real problem which how do you know when to stop looking?!
Do you keep looking until you find the perfect piece? Do you settle for something less expensive to justify your “meh” feelings? Do you put off a project?
As professionals who have deadlines, surely you guys have a better way to handle this than I do right now.