13 Design Stores To Inspire You With Unique Home Decor Ideas – When it comes to shopping for a home renovation, a visit to a few furniture stores can be truly useful and, of course, a funny experience. But you can still visit furniture stores just for inspiration, to be up-to-date with the trends and simply for fun. But the trick to make these visits a truly funny moment is to visit the right furniture store. Since Interior Design Shops is always thinking of you, today’s article will focus 13 shops that are really worth visiting for their design, just for their design alone.
Scroll down to explore and be enchanted by all the 13 inspiring interior design stores and get the best unique home decor ideas.
Made of brick and mortar, one of the great things about Mint is that it is constantly changing and you never know what’s next. But who doesn’t like surprises, right? The design shop has a constant influx of brilliantly-styled furniture and objects, including one-of-a-kind pieces by emerging artists and coveted lines from distinguished designers. It is a little bit experimental yet a lot functional. If you’re looking for good interior design, Mint is the perfect store for you.
Cape Town is currently considered one of the world’s leading design cities and consequently, it’s the location of an impressive inventory of boutiques, including Crema Design. Located in Woodstock, the industrialist space is the work of Cape Town-based The Fold Architects, who renovated and redesigned the building to fit Crema’s needs and aesthetic. From the lighting fixtures to the handmade rugs, each and every piece of decor is special and an example of high-design (keep an eye out for work by Tom Dixon, Moooi, and Magis).
A haven for collectable contemporary design, Casa Perfect can be found inside a mid-century West Hollywood Hills home, originally designed by Korean-American architect David Hyun in 1957. The appointment-only showroom features four bedrooms and expansive outdoor space designed for visitors to freely explore and find inspiration. Inside, you’ll find avant-garde lighting, art, textiles, and furniture that you couldn’t even possibly dream of.
Whether you are a interior designer, an architect, artist or simply design lover, you know that a design shop inspired by fashion, architecture, and modern living is a useful recipe for tasteful interiors. With this in mind, consider Hay House a must-visit for good design, boasting the work of both local and international designers. The stylish home furnishings are equally as inspiring as the space, a beacon of classic Scandinavian minimalism.
A staple in the Chicago design scene is South Loop Loft, a local gem whose excellent assortment of furnishings and pronounced style is beloved across the country. If you love quality antiques, contemporary statement pieces, or even both, then you must stop by their West Town Design District location. With a knack for styling decor, South Loop Loft even offers home styling consultations if you fall in love with their interiors, which I am sure it will easily happen.
6) The Appartment By The Line, Los Angeles
Whether you’re looking for new clothes, beauty products, or home decoration, The Apartment by The Line is the perfect sunny, bohemian backdrop. Their lcoation in the West Hollywood is set up just like an airy California home, spanning two adjoining spaces connected by a walkway of vibrant Moroccan tiles. Allow yourself a joyful experience and step inside to discover a carefully-crafted arrangement of furniture and artwork just waiting to come home with you, or at least inspire your next design project!
This Manhattan concept store is inspired by the idea of a print magazine, completely reinventing and redesigning the store every four to eight weeks. Each iteration represents a new cultural theme, whether it is the release of a new movie, or a brand, such as Pepsi. The design is often fun and interactive.
This Parisian boutique changes its theme weekly, being sure to cover the entire design, which ranges from installations to wall art and custom mannequins. It’s considered a favorite of both locals and tourists. In the first floor you can find a wide selection of rare and unique fashion, art, and design magazines, and the water bar on the lower level offers over 85 different varieties of bottled waters from around the entire world.
Whenever rising stars of the fashion world need a guiding store interior for orientation, they usually turn to Ryan Korban, a 32-year-old decorator known for his embrace of marble, brass, and other luxe materials. Korban is blazing a trail across Manhattan’s retail landscape: He has designed a stark black-and-white SoHo flagship for Alexander Wang, a spare but soulful showroom for Joseph Altuzarra, and, most recently, a shimmering gold-and-zebra-stripe outpost for cult shoe label Aquazzura. (His residential projects include Wang’s loft in TriBeCa.)
Antwerp is renowned for producing great designers (Margiela and Dries Van Noten, just to mention a few examples) and Graanmarkt 13 is absolutely stunning. The spacious location with its focus on minimalist design includes a restaurant, an apartment (which can be rented out), and a store that carries both fashion and design products. The shop’s exterior is surrounded by cobblestone streets and lush trees.
Designed by architect Rem Koolhaas, the Prada boutique in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood is considered a shop, public space, gallery and performance space. The middle of the store is filled by a giant wooden ramp and it also has platforms that drop down to create a stage. Shoppers can walk down the stairs next to the ramp and enter a maze-like set of rooms filled with merchandise and plush green velvet couches. A space age inspired round, glass elevator is located in the front of the store. Wall panels containing huge art prints are often updated to reflect the current season’s collection.
Visiting 10 Como Corso, located on a small Milanese street, you will discover inside a suprisingly colorful paradise of fashion and design that you could never imagine it was there. The exterior of the building is covered in lush vines and flowers, and the courtyard serves as an outdoor café. Inside, multiple floors contain art-inspired fashion and design specific installations made of Comme des Garçons clothing or Raf Simons’ pieces. The rooftop is a public space with a garden, tables and chairs, and there is also an art gallery on the top floor with changing exhibitions. The store is the creation of Carla Sozzani, the sister of Franca Sozzani, editor in chief of Vogue Italia.
Comme des Garçons designer Rei Kawakubo’s concept store is a fashion and design mecca. With locations in New York City, London and Ginza, the Mint store sells Kawakubo’s own lines among other distinguished brands such as Prada and Thom Browne. Inside, the installations of each store have specific features and change according to the season using clothing and art. At the New York location, there is a huge glass elevator centered in the middle of the colorful store. The building was originally designed by architect Harvey Wiley Corbett, known for his skyscrapers in the 1930s.
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Source: Elle Decor