Where to shop for bedding, drapes, rugs, and more.

By Emily Hsieh and Nicole Sforza
Updated September 02, 2015
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ABC Home
This revered New York City–based furnishings emporium overflows with top-of-the-line luxury linens from brands like Frette and Libeco. Don't overlook the house brand, abcDNA, which turns out plush velvet quilts and luscious organic-cotton sheets in dreamy pastels. Deal hunters: Watch for the annual winter and summer sales (in December and June into July), with discounts of up to 60 percent.

The Company Store
Designers like Thom Filicia load up on anything-but-basic basics here—solid sheets (in 16 colors) in silky 300-thread-count cotton at refreshingly affordable prices. With a couple of clicks, add a custom monogram for an extra $6 to $12.

Kerry Cassill
The online arm of this Laguna Beach, California, store is a bonanza for Kerry Cassill's Indian-inspired motifs. You'll find a gorgeous mash-up of block-print mandalas, breezy florals, and ticking stripes that work so effortlessly well together, people will think you took a master class in layering.

Serena & Lily
The company got its start a dozen years ago with nursery bedding, but Serena & Lily has grown up to offer everything you need to decorate your entire home. Designers such as Thomas O'Brien flock here in particular for "the nicest, most versatile bedding." There's a vast selection of classic, crisp whites and splashy-but-sophisticated embroidered patterns. (Check out the popular Gobi linens, stitched in the prettiest spectrum of seasonally updated hues.)

Blankets, Quilts, and Throws

Brahms Mount
It doesn't get any better than this for impeccable cotton, wool, and linen blankets. Woven on antique looms by artisans in Maine, they will be passed down in your family for generations. The most common patterns are classic herringbones and stripes, with the occasional twist, like an ombré wool throw. Oh, and P.S. Free shipping!

Roberta Roller Rabbit
Textile designer Roberta Freymann has a passion for travel, and that's obvious in her global-inspired line of whimsical, colorful pieces. "Her cheery Indian block-print blankets, throws, and bedding are like happy pills for your home," says designer Elaine Griffin. And free returns means no buyer's remorse.

Curtains and Drapes

Loom Décor
Ordering custom window treatments has never been simpler. This site offers 400+ affordable fabrics to choose from (in florals, houndstooth prints, trellis patterns, and more) and has stylists on hand to web-chat with you to get a sense of your space and whittle down options. "I use the site a lot," says designer Jenny Komenda. "I love the quality of their craftsmanship, and they work fast on custom orders. Usually they'll get them out in a week or two."

Restoration Hardware
Head here for luxurious, beautifully textured fabrics, like Belgian linens, velvets, and Thai silks in a tastefully muted gradation of colors (mainly whites, creams, and grays). "When it comes to ready-made window treatments, these look as close to custom as they come," says Nina Freudenberger. The rod collection, too, is unparalleled, made of metals in a spectrum of varied shades with gorgeous finial options.

The Shade Store
Whether it's wooden blinds, solar shades, or velvet curtains you're after, this site has everything, and it's all handcrafted Stateside. "All the styles feel modern yet timeless," says Christiane Lemieux, the founder of the home-furnishings retailer DwellStudio and the executive creative director at Wayfair. "I used the Shade Store's cream linen sheers in my own bedroom to give the windows a pretty, polished look." Swatches are on the house, as is shipping. And for non-DIYers, the company offers measuring and installation services.


John Robshaw Textiles
Glamour abounds when it comes to John Robshaw's striking pillows, made by artisans throughout India and Southeast Asia. The designer's hand-block prints are done in linen and cotton blends. Don't miss the ethereal ikat collection, hand-woven in Thailand.

Judy Ross Textiles
New York City designer Judy Ross turns out exquisite hand-embroidered linen and wool pillows using the centuries-old chain-stitch technique. The eye-popping, graphic prints are like mini canvases for your sofa.

Lulu & Georgia
Sort by size and cushion fill, then feast your eyes on a windfall of options, including bold brushstroke prints and retro needlepoints, with many under $100.

Urban Outfitters
Personality-driven pieces for the budget-minded are this seller's forte. Find lavishly patterned pillows (geometric, tie dye, zigzag) and even animal-shaped cushions—all at irresistibly low prices.


The dazzling flat weaves of Brooklyn-based rug designer Aelfie Oudghiri, handwoven in India, make any space look more worldly, at down-to-earth prices (from $89 for a two-by-three-foot rug). The bold patterns feel one-of-a-kind, in happy-chic color combos like blush pink and citrus green. And should you want to tweak the palette or need a nonstandard size, they take custom orders.

Dash & Albert
Practical as they are, indoor-outdoor rugs often look drab and feel plastic-y. Cut to Dash & Albert and you'll find that they are soft, virtually indestructible and come in a rainbow of patterns that instantly upgrade a room. (O'Brien swears by the stripes and plaids for entry-ways.) Also find a full range of wool, sisal, and cotton offerings—all well-priced and in sizes big and small.

Madeline Weinrib
Designer Madeline Weinrib rocked the rug world back in 1997, when she brought out her first collection, featuring knockout motifs in supersaturated colors. Since then, her stunning creations have been in every decorator's back pocket, with good reason. "These graphic patterns work in almost any style or room," says Freudenberger.

Safavieh Home Furnishings
Classic, tasteful floor coverings that stand the test of time (think subtle swirls and stripes) are the focus here, many of them part of designer collaborations with big names, such as Ralph Lauren and Jamie Drake. Don't miss the clearance section, where you'll find a bevy of bargains.


Garnet Hill
It's all in the details with this 39-year-old company's signature plush, generously sized Egyptian-cotton bath linens. Available in 18 saturated colors, the terry features extra-long loops for the highest absorbancy. Craving some pattern? Choose from cheery polka dots, Greek keys, and a splashy, floral Lily Pulitzer collaboration.

Scents and Feel
Turkish fouta towels—those thin, fringed, fast-drying beauties that are a favorite of design pros and bloggers—are the mainstay here. Dozens of styles lay in wait, for a multitude of uses. Depending on the size, they can work as hand towels, beach blankets, dishcloths, tablecloths, or runners.

Prepare for bathtime bliss. There's a seemingly never-ending selection of towels in every conceivable color and pattern at bargain prices. Designers across the board rave about the exclusive Nate Berkus collection, which rivals the weight and the softness of the top-end luxury brands.

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