North Texas designers’ favorite online shops for one-of-a-kind home decor

In the ever-evolving world of home style, designers are challenged to create stylish spaces that are not only personal to each client but also truly unique. To resource their most creative visions, designers often shop online. Of course, the worldwide web is indeed wide, so we asked some of Dallas’ best interior designers to narrow down the search and tell us where they fill their virtual carts with unique home treasures.

Avery & Dash

This French console table available from Avery & Dash ( packs a punch. The antique dealer is recommended by designer Lindley Arthur.(Courtesy Avery & Dash)

Where to shop: What you’ll find: Antiques, period home furnishings and accessories dating back to the 18th century. Who shops here: Lindley Arthur, Lindley Arthur Interiors Why she loves it: “Avery & Dash is an antique dealer superstore based out of Connecticut,” explains Arthur. “They represent several different dealers, and they have everything you could think of, from lighting to accessories to furniture to art. We really love incorporating antiques into our projects. We also love 1stDibs and Chairish, which are larger-inventory shops, but Avery & Dash is a little smaller and more curated.” (More on Chairish below.)

Editor’s pick: We love this 1930s faux crocodile console table in a vivacious apple green.

Beata Heuman

Beata Heuman’s “Gurli” rug comes in this chestnut shade or charcoal. Designer Angeline Hall uses the London-based shop.(Courtesy Beata Heuman)

Where to shop: What you’ll find: Colorful home furnishings Who shops here: Angeline Hall, Angeline Guido Design Why she loves it: “Beata Heuman is a design studio and shop based in London, where we love to source one-of-a-kind finishes for our clients,” says Hall. Heuman, a decorator and author of Every Room Should Sing, is known for creating warm spaces with lots of color. Her “Shoppa” features goods designed in house, including lighting, furniture, rugs and wallpaper.

Editor’s pick: The pattern of colorful mini bouquets against the warm earthy brown of this wool rug feels simultaneously fresh and wistfully vintage, lending itself to almost any room or interior design style.


“’Chanel Couture Soup’ was a fun way to add blue and pink, while also giving a nod to contemporary art, which we love,” says designer Stacie McCans, who found the artwork on Chairish.(Courtesy Stacie McCans)

Where to shop: What you’ll find: An online marketplace of home furnishings and art sold by a collective of makers Who shops here: Stacie McCans, Paxton Place Design Why she loves it: “Chairish has so many unique finds, like rugs, art and furniture,” McCans says. “We love to find odd and interesting items with Chairish. It may not be the least expensive, but when you’re looking for a needle in a haystack, Chairish usually provides.”

Editor’s pick: The large inventory makes it hard to choose, but we’re particular to sky blue 1980s Italian Murano glass sconces and the massive art collection searchable by medium, style, color, art subject and price.

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Circa Who

Designer Lindley Arthur found this vintage mirror at Circa Who and used a local source to hand-paint it in a tortoiseshell print.(Michael Hunter Photography)

Where to shop: What you’ll find: A collection of home furnishings found by expert vintage treasure hunters Who shops here: Lindley Arthur Why she loves it: “I shop a lot in Palm Beach,” Arthur says. “It’s an amazing home decor destination. Circa Who is a vintage mid-century furniture store. It’s very reasonably priced, and they have great shipping. We source a lot of mirrors and lighting from them.”

Editor’s pick: This rattan headboard will bring relaxed warmth to a bedroom. It has just enough drama with its double arch and darker weave, compared with the airy versions we’re used to seeing.

Claire Gowdy Art

For a pop of bright colors, order Claire Gowdy’s “Esmerelda” print from The artist is a favorite of designer Angeline Hall.(Courtesy Claire Gowdy Art)

Where to shop: What you’ll find: Abstract art Who shops here: Angeline Hall Why she loves it: “Claire Gowdy is a fantastic artist, and I adore her abstract works,” Hall says. The Baton Rouge-based artist uses acrylics, pastels, spray paint and charcoal for colorful results on canvas. “Her custom creations can be a perfect fit for any space, especially when a client can collaborate with her one on one for a truly unique piece.”

Editor’s pick: We feel peaceful looking at this abstract painting in cool blues warmed by a pop of brown and mustard. Looking for something more vivid? Order one of Gowdy’s abstract portraits, such as “Esmerelda.”

Found by Maja

Where to shop: What you’ll find: Eclectic and colorful home decor collected by international treasure hunter Maja Lithander Smith Who shops here: Lindley Arthur Why she loves it: “The owner goes all over Europe buying vintage pieces,” Arthur says. The shop, based in San Francisco, sells unique furniture, tabletop sets, linens, vases, chandeliers, lamps and accessories. “She has really pretty match strikers in bright colors, really pretty opaline and Murano pieces, a lot of vintage, antique-like accessories. She’s always restocking, so the inventory is always fresh, and there’s a lot to choose from.”

Editor’s pick: Arthur’s right; the match strikers are beauties. But we’re also ready to pop the cork for this set of vintage champagne glasses, which would elevate a get-together to a celebration.


Pick up these colorful pillows at Hive (, a store suggested by Lindley Arthur.(Courtesy Hive)

Where to shop: What you’ll find: A mix of modern and vintage home furnishings Who shops here: Lindley Arthur Why she loves it: This store is curated by an interior design firm, and everything is thoughtfully edited to fit the bright and airy contemporary aesthetic. “They have an amazing website,” says Arthur, “and we have sourced a lot of really interesting accessories and art pieces from them.”

Editor’s pick: Just when we thought we didn’t need a designated summer dish for bread, we saw this playful, star-shaped raffia bread basket.

Jarrod Oram Photography

Where to shop: What you’ll find: Vibrant fine art photography Who shops here: Angeline Hall Why she loves it: “Jarrod Oram is one of my team’s favorite photographers,” Hall says. “His bold and creative works simultaneously evoke nostalgia and modernity through a brilliant lens.”

Editor’s pick: Prada Marfa looks new again through Oram’s lens in this photograph, with stormy violet skies dazzling the southwest Texas landscape.


We’re getting superhero vibes from this sunburst wall art from KRB NYC ( The shop is a favorite of Lindley Arthur.(Courtesy KRB NYC)

Where to shop: What you’ll find: Manhattan Upper East Sider Kate Rheinstein Brodsky’s collection of colorful vintage furniture, art, antiques and accessories Who shops here: Lindley Arthur Why she loves it: “They have everything,” Arthur says. “I really like their accessories and lighting. They also represent a company that we really like a lot called The Lacquer Company, and KRB stocks quite a few pieces on their floor. They also have some of their own things online from their own collection. If you want a special conversation piece, it’s a great spot.”

Editor’s pick: We’ve always wanted to incorporate a little pink at home, and this bubblegum pink lampshade made from a vintage silk sari is how we’re going to do it.

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Where to shop: What you’ll find: Clean, contemporary home furnishings and modern accessories Who shops here: Stacie McCans Why she loves it: “This is the place we use when we need a specific price point or style,” McCans says. “They have a wide range of furniture selections, including dining rooms, living rooms and bedrooms.”

Editor’s pick: For a living room glow-up, this mohair Saturday Sofa in bisque from by Rafael de Cardenas is the first item on our wish list.

The Loomia

This “Joy” crinkle muslin blanket from The Loomia ( can be tossed over your bed or wrapped around your shoulders. The shop comes recommended by Angeline Hall.(Courtesy The Loomia)

Where to shop: What you’ll find: Turkish textiles Who shops here: Angeline Hall Why she loves it: Husband-and-wife team Nilay and Fahri Sengun wanted to show the world the beauty of textiles from their native Turkey, and so they have through their online boutique (and retail location in their new home of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina). “The Loomia sources from a vast array of suppliers,” notes Hall, “which has allowed them to offer a fantastic selection of hand-woven blankets and towels that bring a luxurious touch.”

Editor’s pick: We’re feeling cozy just looking at The Loomia’s crinkled muslin blanket in beautiful two-tone colorways — like the apricot and dusty plum combo or beige and ecru, shown above.

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