Whether you just bought a new home or are refreshing some of your existing home decor, Realtors in Denver typically know the best place to shop for home goods! We polled our brokers and got their insight on the must visit decor stores!
If you’re shopping for fall or any seasonal home refresh, Kirklands has you covered. Tori Bradley of Usaj Realty sings their praises for when you just need a few affordable pieces to spruce up a space. Their Lone Tree or Littleton locations have you covered for your next home refresh.
With one location in Boulder, Cherry Creek and Park Meadows, Andrea Henderson recommends Arhaus for gorgeous and sustainable home decor and furniture. Crafted by artisans from all around the world, Arhaus is worth perusing for your next home decor purchase.
Kristina Casinelli recommends this classic retailer. Home Goods always seems to have just the thing, and if they don’t, then it’s still usually fun to just explore the options. With a location in Wheat Ridge, Lakewood, and Boulder, find the closest one to you here.
Odditorium on Broadway
Looking for something David Harrison recommends the antique store Odditorium as well as their sister shop next door Watson & Co. that does custom furniture. According to the owner, “Step inside for the peculiar and the beautiful. Featuring vintage furniture, objects d’art, fancy dress and obscura.” Find it at 534 S Broadway Denver, CO 80210. See more on their yelp page.
From wall decor to furniture, World Market is a crowd pleaser of a shop. Megan Ivy frequents it when in need of furnishings and holds it in high regard. With 9 locations in Colorado, there s something for everyone.
Crate + Barrel
The store that literally has everything. Maddy Hollar of Usaj Realty heads here when she is new of home goods. Head to their Colorado locations: Cherry Creek North, Park Meadows or Flatiron Crossing to peruse this shop in person.
Lulus Furniture and Decor
Employing Broker Jenny Usaj adores Lulus Furniture and Decor and has been shopping there for years. Locally owned and fabulous, this Greenwood Village shop is incredibly fun to peruse for unique gifts, furniture, interior design services, and so much more.
Rare Finds Furniture Warehouse
This Tennyson Street staple is incredibly charming. From home decor to baby toys, if you need a cozy gift or addition to your own home, this locally owned business is well worth any trip. Shop online here or stop by their Denver shop at 4315 W 44th Ave, Denver, CO 80212.
Located in a 5,500 warehouse in RiNo “Modern Nomad is a Denver design collective featuring new and vintage furniture, textiles, lighting, rugs and accessories for the home. Everything has been carefully curated to bring you the latest in art and design, with an emphasis on supporting local businesses. The space is housed in a SF warehouse in Denver’s booming RiNo district, and functions like a 3 dimensional living magazine with retailers displaying their product cohesively in an open-air market.” Find them at 2936 Larimer Street or online here.
Honeycomb & Co.
Mostly known for their florals, this charming Sunnyside shop is always fun to explore for it’s home goods as well. After hitting up brunch at Bacon Social House, you can wander over to Honeycomb & Co. for an amazing pillow or candle.