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Austin’s Best Shops for Unique and Stylish Home Decor

Austin is home to many local stores that are treasure troves for interior design fans and industry professionals. Visit our favorite spots to find the perfect items to make your house a home!

Austin’s Best Home Decor Shops
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1413 South 1st St.
3402 Guadalupe St.

Handpicked, high quality pieces from Maaribu will complete anyone’s dream home. The store’s bedding collection is defined by comfort and an easy, natural design with coordinating layers, textures and shades. Maaribu’s South First shop is also home to a café with coffee and pastries, while their Guadalupe showroom boasts a bakery truck onsite. Chic furniture, funky wall art and sophisticated accessories are all available at Maaribu, inspired by Marfa and Malibu.

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Alexander Marchant

1617 West Koenig Ln.

Thanks to a wide range of lighting, bath accessories, plumbing fixtures and hardware, Alexander Marchant is a can’t miss destination for the renovator. The team at Alexander Marchant works with clients designing their own spaces, as well as trade professionals in the industry. Any item from Alexander Marchant will add a stunning finishing touch to your kitchen or bathroom.

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Room Service Vintage

117 East North Loop Blvd.

Calling all vintage lovers! This is the place to find items from the ‘50s, ‘60s, ‘70s and beyond to add a little flair to your dwelling. The 3,500 square foot space holds a bevy of one-of-a-kind pieces — colorful glasses, vinyl records and everything in between. The building itself is a fun visit, as it once was a pharmacy and soda fountain and now houses what we consider to be one of Austin’s Best Vintage Stores.

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The Renner Project

3018 North Lamar Blvd.

The Renner Project carries an eclectic mix of mid-century modern and vintage furnishings in their spacious spot on North Lamar. Designer Kimberly Renner has cultivated relationships with dealers around the world to provide a curated collection of home decor in ever-changing roomscapes. The accessories are incredible here — think vintage busts, fantastic frames and unique sculptures. There’s also wall art, textiles, lighting fixtures and other drool-worthy items you’ll want to bring home.

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Shabby Slips

4807 Burnet Rd.

Now located on Burnet Road, Shabby Slips carries a deep inventory of gorgeous mirrors, antiques, lighting and furniture. Owner and principal designer Sara Scaglione’s boutique started as a slipover and custom furnishings shop before growing to offer design services and expanding its in-store offerings. At Shabby Slips, customers can discover classic and elegant elements for every room in the house.

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Blue by TPG

3801 North Capital of Texas Highway, C-160

Bleu by TPG only opened in April 2022, but the shop has quickly become a hotspot for design lovers. Laura Pankonien, the founder and owner of design firm The Pankonien Group, launched her storefront to offer to-the-trade items that are typically reserved for her clients. The inventory ranges from vintage home decor and art to blue and white pottery and fun bar ware. Recognized as one of House Beautiful’s best home stores of 2022, Bleu by TPG could become your new favorite shopping destination.

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A Custom House

4626 Burnet Rd.

A place for both retail customers and interior designers, A Custom House offers wonderful home goods and furniture in a showroom setting. The store’s team also works with clients on projects, lending a fresh perspective to designing beautiful spaces. A Custom House carries a curated collection of antiques, lamps, arts and other accessories to make any house a well-designed home.

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Sparrow Interiors & Gifts

3404 Jefferson St.

Elizabeth Cates founded Sparrow Interiors & Gifts in 2017. The boutique storefront carries items from brands like Schumacher, Annie Selke, and Kravet, and the shop’s full-service design studio’s capabilities range from interior decorating to new construction and everything in between. Design fanatics can bring their vision to life with the support and vision of the Sparrow Interiors team.

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1200 East 11th St., Suite 104

Apartment F carries incredible handmade vintage Moroccan and Turkish rugs and pillows, in addition to glassware, baskets, candles and more gift-worthy products. The store also presents top-of-the-line pantry goods like Brightland olive oil and Seed + Mill tahini, as well as apothecary items such as bath bombs and face masks.

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Modern Redux

8120 Research Blvd. #108

A mid-century modern wonderland, Modern Redux features a collection of items from the modernist design movement. Mad Men fans will fawn over the refurbished coffee tables, artwork, lighting fixtures and amazing decor. Located at the intersection of Highway 183 and Anderson Square, the home decor store will introduce customers to the beauty of 20th-century modern furnishings.

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Good Company Home

904D West 12th St.

Good Company started as a clothing boutique before expanding into housewares. There’s plenty to choose from here, from giftable items like candles and planters to more home-oriented objects like kitchen tools and wall decor.

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Uncommon OBJECTS

1602 Fortview Rd.

Uncommon OBJECTS is an antique collective that houses 24 sellers under one roof near Menchaca Road. A visit to Uncommon OBJECTS is more than just a means to an end of finding something to add to a home, it’s a journey through eras in time and design styles. Overflowing with quirky antiques dealers and one-of-a-kind pieces, you never know what you might find at Uncommon OBJECTS.

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Magic Caravan

5202 Burnet Rd.

Magic Caravan is the mecca for Turkish boutiques in Austin. With handmade rugs and home furnishings, owner and collector Huseyin Sahin’s store carries authentic pieces sourced from the historic region once known as Persia, which will contribute to the overall beauty of any residence.

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Urbanspace Interiors

301 West Ave. #100

With pieces for the bedroom, living room, dining room, outdoor spaces and beyond, Urbanspace Interiors is a one-stop shop when renovating or building a new home. The full collection features lighting fixtures, storage and organization pieces, home decor accessories and modern furniture. Plus, the team members at Urbanspace are available to guide clients with any and all of their design needs.

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Kyle Bunting

1340 Airport Commerce Dr., Unit 325

Rugs will become the highlight of your home thanks to Kyle Bunting, where fine Italian hides are transformed into jaw-dropping masterpieces. The myriad of rug and hide designs available at Kyle Bunting can add a pop of color or layer of texture, and the team works with clients to craft custom pieces as well.