Buying a home can certainly feel daunting, but so can decorating it! Whether you have a keen eye for home trends or need a little help, there is no shortage of places to shop for home decor in Columbus, Ohio. Of course, we have a few favorites that each provide something a little different.
Whether you’re looking to decorate your new home, or gearing up to refresh your current space, don’t miss these 10 best home decor stores in Columbus.
Looking for that signature piece to make a statement in your home? Look no further than Trove. Created out of a love for furniture and design, Trove is a “living furniture store” with an ever-changing collection of rare and vibrant finds − everything from lighting and pillows to custom upholstery and rugs.
An antique and fine home consignments marketplace, Grandview Mercantile showcases 20 of central Ohio’s premier antique dealers and over 500 consignors. It offers a wide assortment of curated antique and vintage items plus previously owned designer and one-of-a-kind furniture, fine art, and decorative accessories.
Kirkland’s is a furniture and home decor delivery company that offers an impressive catalog of affordable home goods. Kirkland’s selection offers cozy and farmhouse styles ranging from indoor furniture to bed and bath essentials.
Elm & Iron
Established in 2012 in Clintonville with some vintage finds, a designer, and a vision, Elm & Iron offers an eclectic collection of home furnishings, accessories, and décor, with each piece providing a little pop of inspiration for your space.
Let’s be honest, sometimes you need a superstore to get the job done! The Home Décor Superstore is a warehouse-sized store that provides room for the 1,000s of new arrivals received each month, along with plenty of space to browse as you bring your home’s vision to life.
Happy Go Lucky Home & Her
In the Short North Arts District, Happy Go Lucky Home features an eclectic collection of furniture, decor, books, apothecary, and gifts. Somehow the boutique manages to feel special but approachable, whimsical but chic.
Fourth Home offers a distinct collection of home accessories, furniture, lighting, textiles, art, candles, and floral. The store specifically specializes in transitional home decor and furniture; pieces that make a big statement while easily mixing with the style you have already established for your space.
Sustainable and antique decor is great, but sometimes you just need some affordable furniture and home goods to decorate your space! We know that you probably know this but IKEA is the perfect place to furnish your apartment, particularly when you might be starting from scratch.
Bliss Home Market
If pop-up shops and secret sales are your thing, follow Bliss Home Market on Instagram and visit their monthly pop-up shop in Worthington to snag interesting, one-of-a-kind home accessories and furniture to make your space uniquely yours.
Breathe life into your home with curated plants and sustainably crafted wares from Stump. The green thumbs at Stump make their priority to help you select houseplants and planters that fit your needs based on: window light, watering, size, and style.