5 Interior Designer Owned Shops You’re Going To Love

Interior designer owned shops are such a great resource!

In honor of small business week, I thought I’d highlight a few great home decor businesses (all women owned as well.)

decor in white country kitchen.Becky Owens Interior Design

Interior Designer Owned Shops

If you’re looking to add some special new touches to your home, today’s round up of interior designer owned shops is for you.

Sometimes, shopping for your home can feel a bit overwhelming.

Choices abound, and it can be difficult to find just the right piece.

When I start to feel this way…I head over to some of my favorite interior designer’s shops.

It’s so great to see an edited down, highly curated round up of whatever it is you’re looking for.

And, everything they stock always looks SO  fresh and chic.

Here are some of the designer owned shops I love to peruse-

1. Becky Owens Living

black painted door in white kitchen.

Starting out with one of my latest favorites, Becky Owens.

Her shop has SO many fabulous finds, all perfectly edited.

If you love modern and clean design with a bit of country rustic, this is your new go to source!

Shop Becky Owens Living:

2. McGee and Co.

kitchen with pendants over counter from McGee and Co. interior designer owned shop

Another personal favorite, Studio McGee is always inspiring me.

Thrilled to see she has her own shop now too.

Don’t miss the amazing decor collection Shea did for Target earlier this year.

SHOP McGee and Co.:


3. Stoffer Home

Jean Stoffer’s shop is somewhat new to me.

I’m excited to have another great source for unique and beautiful furnishings.

SHOP Stoffer Home:

4. Caitlin Wilson Design

blue and white themed bedroom from interior designer owned shop

Caitlin Wilson was one of the first professional designer’s I purchased from.

I fell in love with Caitlin Wilson’s stylish selection of beautiful pillows and bedding.

Check out Caitlin’s talented design work here.

SHOP Caitlin Wilson Design:

5. Paloma & Co.

Finally, there’s Paloma Contreras.

I’ve been following Paloma’s career from the start!

Love her sophisticated, modern spin on traditional style.

Be sure to check out Paloma’s design work here.

Shop Paloma and Co.

Still want more home decor inspiration?

Be sure to check out these additional posts by clicking on each title below:

Pantry Organization Ideas and Tips From The Pros.

Ideas and tips for kitchen pendant lights.

Beautiful classic kitchen design inspo.

The Best Lighting Ideas For Your Garage.

How to get the high end designer look for less.

Beach Cottage Bathroom Ideas.

Front Entry Design Tips.

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  1. Maryellen wrote:

    Thank you. Always find your posts so helpful! If you’re looking for ideas for future posts, I’d love to hear what you’ve got to say about incorporating art into your home decor – specifically how to mix traditional and more modern/abstract art. You do such a nice job of it in your home!

    Published on 7.23.20 · Reply
    • Sue De Chiara wrote:

      Thank you! That’s such a great idea!

      Published on 7.25.20 · Reply
  2. Jill wolder wrote:

    Love your selections! Just ordered something from Mc Gee. You should check out Dixie and Grace. An on line shop in Jupiter, Florida. Sara Fattori is very talented and has a great sense of style.

    Published on 7.23.20 · Reply
    • Sue De Chiara wrote:

      Great! I will – love Jupiter:) thanks xx

      Published on 7.23.20 · Reply
  3. Gray wrote:

    Have you seen OKA from England? It’s new to the states and is the brainchild of three designers. It’s really great….

    Published on 7.23.20 · Reply