40 of the Best Home Decor Stores in America

Ceylon et Cie, Dallas

AD100 designer Michelle Nussbaumer houses a treasure trove of vintage and antique finds from the furthest reaches of the globe in her Dallas design district warehouse and shop. Complementing the exuberant menagerie of pieces is Nussbaumer’s fabric collection with Clarence House, as well as a line of plaster furniture and lighting. ceylonetcie.com

Ceylon et Cie.

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Paloma & Co., Houston

Offering a dose of cofounders Paloma Contreras and Devon Liedtke’s timeless style, the concept space displays work by emerging artists, global finds, and colorful tabletop items and gifts. “We are constantly adding new antique and vintage finds to our mix,” Contreras says. shoppalomaandco.com

Paloma & Co.

Photo: Kerry Kirk

Moxie, Houston

Founded by designer Dennis Brackeen and located in the Upper Kirby shopping district, Moxie is a go-to source for high-end antiques, vintage modern furnishings, lighting, and decorative accessories. Last year, Moxie expanded into an 8,500-square-foot showroom that became available next door. moxie-interiors.com

Moxie.

Photo: Pär Bengtsson

Dressing Room Interiors Studio, Charlotte, North Carolina

For a curated selection of vintage furnishings, locals seek out Ariene Bethea’s shop. Many pieces have been refurbished and updated with new colors and often graphic patterns before being displayed. Global wares and accessories are also scattered throughout, as are original artworks by local creatives. dressingroomsinteriorsstudio.com

Dressing Room Interiors Studio.

Photo: Laura Sumrak

Mitchell Hill, Charleston, South Carolina

Designers Michael Mitchell and Tyler Hill recently opened their own multilevel space in Charleston’s design district, which is home to top brands for the region including Arteriors, Farrow & Ball, and Julian Chichester. The duo’s “twisted traditional” style is on display throughout, and designers and consumers alike are encouraged to drop in for inspiration. mitchellhillinc.com

Mitchell Hill.

Photo: Kim Graham

Casa Gusto, Palm Beach, Florida

During this year’s Kips Bay Palm Beach celebrations, AD100 designer Alex Papachristidis declared Casa Gusto “one of the most stylish stores I’ve been to in years” on Instagram. Helmed by Cris Briger and Charles Peed, this Palm Beach destination specializes in 18th- and 19th-century furnishings as well as new additions, such as a series of papier-mâché classical busts and hand-colored prints in custom-painted mats and frames. getthegusto.com

Casa Gusto.

Photo: Charles Peed

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