Insiders’ Guide to Home Décor Websites
- designyourwall.com: Here you’ll find a ridiculously extensive collection of wall coverings―from affordable materials, like cork, to pricier
silk and velvet.
- grahamandbrown.com: “This site has the most beautiful papers,” says Ford. New York City interior designer Kristen McGinnis particularly loves
the “artist-designed papers and the must-see eco-collection.”
- hyggeandwestshop.com: Founded by lifelong friends and former attorneys Aimee Lagos and Christiana Coop, this site sells unique, graphic wallpaper
from various artists. “We try to have all our products fit what we call a ‘hygge aesthetic,’ ” says Lagos, “which is the Danish approach to living well, being content, and enjoying small moments. We ask
the artists to interpret their own sense of hygge in the pieces they create for us.”
- walnutwallpaper.com: The wide selection of retro patterns is so impressive, you can find just about anything. “The last time I was looking for olive green faux-alligator-skin wallpaper, they actually had it!” says Brown.
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