The White Company | I've always associated The White Company with dreamy candles, but then I ventured into their store and fell in love. The name says it all as each product is clean and luxe looking. Although they are simple, yet priced a little bit higher than the usual basics, the quality is exceptional and perfect for those who like to invest a little bit into their home. These Enamel Herb Pots looks super cute and they would suit my new kitchen well. As the festive period is quickly approaching, I can't help but browse The White Company for a few luxury Christmas pieces too, this Eucalyptus and Winterberry Wreath instantly caught my eye.
Anthropologie | Anthropologie is hands down one of, if not my favourite, interior shop to browse, especially for pieces with gold accents and swoon-worthy homeware. I've constantly got a wishlist that is full to the brim with Anthropologie picks because the products I have bought from Anthropologie have always been incredible good quality.
West Elm | If you're looking for dreamy furniture then look no further, because West Elm is the cream of the crop. Although it's definitely at the higher end of the price scale, I can't help but lust after several pieces at a time, especially this Retro Wing Chair which would be a perfect contrast to my current grey sofa. Their gold homeware accessories are perfect too, the Brass Cheers Object and the Brass Octahedron being at the top of my wishlist at the moment, especially since I think it would look amazing with my new book shelves.
Although UO is normally associated with clothes, I actually prefer to shop there for soft furnishings and of course the Crosley Rose Gold Record Player, which was my favourite purchase of 2016. Their bedding is very pinterest-esque, especially the Marble Duvet Set and who could resist this Pom Pom Throw - Perfect for snuggling under whilst you read a book!
Homesense | If you have a Homesense near you then it's about time you treated yourself to a trip, especially if you like interiors. I rarely go to a Homesense and find the same item twice, so if you're a lover of intricate and unique products then I think this would be right up your street. For me, I love strolling in and scouring the aisles looking for copper items, patterned rugs and cloches.
Not On The High Street | Oh where to begin with NOTHS. This site is probably the reason why my print obsession has escalated and how my lunch break rapidly disappears. With a range of independent sellers, you can find all sorts of gems and it is perfect for those who want some really unique homeware pieces. I am currently lusting after these Marble Plant Pots to decant my cacti into - Perfect for plain white spaces that need a little texture.
Where do you like to shop for homeware?