It's no secret that we love shopping for home decor, but we're especially fans of seeking out said decor in unexpected places. We're talking about fashion and accessories brands that have a home decor section not everyone knows about. Read on to get in on the secret (and score some seriously cute decor).
1. Edie Parker
Within Edie Parker's "Lifestyle" division, you'll find home decor that's just as trendy and personality-driven as the brand's handbags. We're especially big fans of their tissue box cover ($495), which features a multicolored surface dubbed "mom's quilt."
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Moda Operandi, the virtual fashion retailer known for getting right-off-the-runway looks, also has a home decor section we'd describe as chic and colorful. Currently, we're enchanted by this artsy espresso glass ($225) and these embroidered coasters ($50). Très élégant.
When you think of Vince, you might picture classic women's clothing — but the retailer also sells cozy home products. We're referring to items like incense kits ($75) and cashmere throw blankets ($495). If you want to feel like you're living inside a luxurious sweater (and who doesn't?), shop Vince.
Zara sells more than just clothes. In fact, they have an entire brand — Zara Home — dedicated to selling everything you need to feel, well, at home. This collection is especially known for promoting natural textures and rustic pieces, which you can see with items like the washed linen duvet cover ($99.90) and stoneware table settings ($7.90+).
ModCloth, the one-stop shop for vintage-inspired womenswear, also has a home section with the most eclectic items. It's essentially the perfect place to find unique items like cat tarot cards ($22), Frida Kahlo curtains ($40), and avocado oven mitts ($12). This is where we'll be if we ever need a kitschy gift.
Like Zara, H&M has branched off to create H&M Home. The latter's style truly runs the gamut with a Scandinavian-esque tea light holder ($12.99), farmhouse chic plates ($12.99), and a jute rug with a southwestern pattern ($249). It's a treasure trove we're more than happy to dig through.
7. Kate Spade
Kate Spade is about more than whimsical fashion accessories. They also have a home section with equally whimsical decor pieces, like this tea kettle that says "whistle while you work" ($60) and this colorblock pencil cup ($24.95).
8. Nordstrom and Nordstrom Rack
Both Nordstrom and Nordstrom Rack sell classic home goods along with basically everything else you can think of. We'd describe their home section as being filled with home essentials, but also the occasional quirky piece. For instance, at Nordstrom you can snag a Versace reversible cover ($925) along with a touch-less soap dispenser ($35).
In addition to fashion, accessories, and beauty products, Gucci also sells home decor. Think rich colors and standout motifs that are reminiscent of their signature clothing styles. We've especially got our eye on this star eye trinket tray ($250, and pun intended). Time for a bougie shopping spree!
When we learned that ASOS also has a secret home decor section, we were shocked. Now we have even more of a reason to spend all our time on their site perusing salted caramel candles ($8), LED mirrors ($38.99), and crystal water bottles ($56). It's a pretty random assortment, but we're still loving it.
11. The RealReal
If you're on the hunt for luxury home consignment pieces, you'll want to check out the selection at The RealReal. They have a good mix of styles from heavy gold frames ($75) to intricate glass vases, and now we really want to get our hands on a Hermès sushi tray ($195).
12. Louis Vuitton
Speaking of luxury, Louis Vuitton also sells items for the home. Featuring the brand's signature monogram and exclusive style, you can find items like the Glass Vivienne figurine ($4,950) and the Bell Lamp ($5,600). If only we could all win the lottery.
Forever21 has a home and tech section that is both youthful and trendy. Though you won't find furniture there, what you will find is a gold kitchen utensil set ($9.99), a cherry charm ear buds case ($5.99), and a floral pencil set ($12) for your office. These would make great gifts for the young adults in your life.
14. American Eagle
If you're looking for a more affordable version of Urban Outfitters for your apartment or dorm, check out American Eagle. The brand has daisy-printed bedding ($109.95), lunch bowls ($24.95), and more. We love being able to shop for clothes, undergarments, and home goods all in one place.
We have another luxury fashion brand with a hidden home decor section in Missoni. The patterns, prints, and textures that the retailer is known for also translate to home decor items like decorative cushions ($190), cylindrical poufs ($625), and vivid throw blankets ($1,555). We now know where to go if we ever need a one-of-a-kind pattern for our space.