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10 Shops to Help Get Your LA Home To The Shabby Chic Side

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Los Angeles is known for its wealth of innovative interior design shops, but it’s also brimming with an incredible array of stores that appeal to the shabby chic enthusiasts. If you’re looking to embrace this design style for your home, finding a store that caters to your taste should be quite easy. Whether you’re looking to completely furnish your home in this style, or you’re looking for a particular piece to complete your new shabby chic look in the City of Angels, here are some shops to find your next buy:

1. The Romantic Home

The Romantic Home is a Long Beach home décor store that has unique items. From dreamcatchers to floral vases, or even a wooden calendar caddy, there are a lot of dreamy items that will make your home feel cozy. Come Christmas, you may like their creative Christmas ornaments, especially if you enjoy the tradition of adding a new ornament to your tree each year. It’s easy to bring your personal touch to your home when you browse this store. Currently, the business operates through its Etsy store only, given the present situation.

shabby chic vase

2. Tumbleweed & Dandelion

A truly shabby chic oriented store, there’s a little bit of everything for your home here. Their handmade soy wax candles are sure to be a crowd-pleaser! Whether you’re looking for indoor or outdoor furniture or even a cute sign to add to your home, this Abbot Kinney gem will most likely deliver. They provide one on one attention — expect to work with a decorator when looking for your perfect shabby chic furniture piece!

3. Street Faire Antiques

This charming shop is located in the heart of Old Town Torrance. As soon as you walk in, you’re greeted by a grandfather clock. This neighborly antique store has a large assortment of merchandise for your home: vintage furniture, vintage typewriters, used books, and even the odd Steampunk item. If you’re looking to revive your childhood Beanie Baby love, you might find one or two when rummaging here. You might even find plenty of shabby chic knick-knacks if you’re looking to add unique items to your home décor. Complimentary cookies and candy are often offered to store patrons as well.

4. The Bella Cottage

Located in Van Nuys, this little boutique is there to help your dream home become a reality.
If you’re looking to furnish an entire home, this is the place for the project. You can find beautifully crafted furniture creations that make a statement, from the kitchen and dining room tables and chairs and cabinets to settees. You’re sure to find the perfect piece here. You can even find gorgeous antique shutters and accent tables. Besides the typical home décor, you can even find unique items like a vintage lantern to take your shabby chic style out in the back yard. Shipping the items is also part of the service, so you can order and expect delivery to any corner of LA!

shabby chic kitchen furniture

5. White Buffalo

Sandwiched among other small stores, this Hollywood shop is a treasure trove for the shabby chic style seekers. The store features a well-curated collection of furniture, paintings, and housewares. Your vintage dresser, table, credenzas, chairs, lamp, or accessories can all be found here. You’re very likely to find something that you’re looking for when coming here. They also offer furniture delivery.

6. Werz Brothers

This Santa Monica furnishing store dates back to 1931, and it has been family-owned ever since. It boasts a large variety of items, with a little something from every continent, decade, or style. Specializing in antiquities, the shop caters to customers looking for shabby chic items and Art Nouveau and midcentury tastes. You can bring your friends along when looking for that perfect piece of furniture. They might also find their own as the store embraces so many styles.

7. The Mart Collective

Located in Westside, this funky shop has a large variety of antiques ready to come to the aid of the people looking for unique items. You will mostly find decorations here, many of them with a shabby chic twist. Get ready to find home goods, art, and anything from a disco ball to painted glass vases.

8. Ten Thousand Villages

While browsing through this charming boutique, you might stumble upon that special furniture or tableware that matches your shabby chic tastes. The store boasts textiles, accessories, art, and jewelry made by artists from Latin America, Asia and the Middle East.

vintage shabby chic furniture

9. House of Honey

This South Pas store was founded by the famous designer Tamar Kaye-Honey. It showcases a variety of custom lighting, home goods, and mesmerizing knick-knacks. You are sure to find some item that can accent a special corner of your home. Designs from the décor icons like Alexandra Von Furstenberg and Kelly Wearstler can also be found here.

10. Rolling Greens

If you want to take your shabby chic home to the next level, you need to visit Rolling Greens. This garden shop can help you find your next dreamy floral arrangement that truly makes your home come together. They can also help with terrarium design and so much more.

Now that you’re thinking about which shop you want to go searching for your next shabby chic find in, make sure to make room for it in your home by using self storage to keep extra furniture that you won’t be needing after your new purchase. Los Angeles is not short on self storage options either, so finding a storage facility that’s near your home should be easy.

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