10 Awesome Etsy Shops You Probably Don’t Know About

Etsy shopping is easy when you know what you’re looking for—but if your mission is browsing for artful home accessories, you’ve gotta know where to go. Get an insider’s guide with this list of Real Simple editors’ favorites.


Art et Manufacture

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The seller: During a break in her schooling a few years ago, Edith Bourgault turned to pottery as a hobby—and ended up launching this ceramics shop.

The specialty: Stunning white kitchen ceramics, adorned with inky blue patterns. Some look like lace, others Pollack paintings; there are even a few that resemble modern shibori prints.

RS top pick: A splatter-paint platter, to perk up a traditional tablescape. To buy: Large Ceramic Plate, $95.


Yield Design Co

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The sellers: Andrew Deming and Rachel Gant are a duo with wide-ranging talents—architecture, industrial design, graphic design—that are mirrored in their earthy-elegant products.

The specialty: Sleek, minimalist pieces—personal accessories (market totes, geometric rings) to kitchen staples (aprons, cups)—made from basic materials like canvas, leather, and brass.

RS top pick: An 8-cup ceramic French press for leisurely weekend mornings (and to wow brunch guests). To buy: French Press in Gray, $120.


The Object Enthusiast

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The seller: Ceramicist Emily Reinherdt fell for the craft during college and even changed her major to pursue it.

The specialty: Handmade ceramic wall hangings, trinket trays, vases, and more with beautiful glazes and unique shapes.

RS top pick: Peachy planters to fill with succulents and adorn a coffee table or desk. To buy: White and Speckled Planter, $60.


Long Made Co

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The sellers: When a husband-and-wife entrepreneurs James and Carissa Long set out to find the “perfect” bedside lamp, a lighting shop was born.

The specialty: Sophisticated, industrial-style fixtures, from wall-mounted sconces to articulating floor lamps, all priced below $400.

RS top pick: Shiny nickel + matte black shade + poppy green cord = one striking, modern sconce. To buy: Industrial Scissor Articulating Wall Lamp, $159.


Touchee Feelee

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The seller: Euodia Roets, a South African-based artist, transforms his paintings into artful pillows.

The specialty: Home textiles with a one-of-a-kind watercolor vibe.

RS top pick: This organic-looking, watered-down chevron pillow is a perfect piece to soften any space. To buy: Large Herringbone pillow cover, $49.



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The seller: Ashira and Preston started the shop four years ago with a goal of making all designs sustainable and creating nearly zero waste in production.

The specialty: Functional pieces for all areas of the home, from hanging planters to pen cups, made with mixed materials (concrete, reclaimed wood, metals, eco-friendly resins).

RS top pick: A cool concrete box for serving sweetener, to spruce up your coffee station. To buy: Gray Concrete Sugar Box, $50.


Celine and Kate

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The seller: Following a career in the NYC fashion industry, Arizona-based maker Cindy began selling home décor pieces via this shop named after her young daughters.

The specialty: Linen and cotton pillow covers with colorful geometric patterns and quirky adornments (leather deer silhouette!).

RS top pick: A neutral abstract, to give your entryway bench a little edge. To buy: Side Envelope Modern Colorblock pillow cover, $38.


Other Times Vintage

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The sellers: When two midcentury furniture aficionados, Jason and Briar, partnered up, they built a business of finding, restoring, and placing iconic pieces back within appreciative homes.

The specialty: A variety of vintage furniture and lighting finds, including desks, sofas, and even rugs.

RS top pick: A sculptural wooden lamp that looks like it was swiped from Don Draper’s desk. To buy: Solid Teak Danish Mid Century table lamp, $475.


Filly Dog Co

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The sellers: Alyson Adams was a stylish dog owner frustrated with the lack of good-looking pup accessories on the market. Her solution: a luxe, bohemian-style line.

The specialty: Plush, contemporary looking dog beds in geometric prints and poppy colors, and preppy-chic embroidered collars.

RS top pick: A handmade block-printed throne for Fido. To buy: Blue and Mint Triangle dog bed, from $99.


Paper and Clay Studio

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The seller: This one-woman shop based in Memphis, TN, is run by Brit McDaniel, a young ceramicist inspired by Scandinavian and Danish design.

The specialty: Hand-thrown mugs, ring dishes, bowls, and serving trays in painterly designs, to elevate the look of any surface.

RS top pick: A tall, dip-dyed mug to savor quiet morning coffee-time. Looks gallery-worthy but is also food-safe and microwavable. To buy: The Danish Mug, $44.