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This longtime Austin institution gracefully straddles the line between being part practical hardware store, part high-end home and garden furnishing supplier, and certainly is anything but typical. Visit their website for more information.
Collectic Home offers more than just furniture, lighting, and accents. They offer something much more personal: exceptional pieces that make your house a home, where those close to you can live, laugh and love.
If it’s floor coverings that will last a lifetime and beyond that you seek, David Alan Rugs surely will not disappoint. Specializing in hand-knotted rugs in traditional, as well as contemporary styles, David Alan Rugs offers a selection of behemoth proportions, in varying sizes and styles, all intended to withstand the tests of time.
With walls painted robin's egg blue and a penchant for the finest home decor, one is guaranteed to have a memorable shopping experience.
Founders of one of the pioneering shops situated in Austin’s downtown West 2nd Street District, Mercury Design Studio owners Steve Shuck and Bobby Johns believe in “living with the past, not in it.” This sentiment certainly resonates during a visit to the store, where lustrously lacquered, reimagined vintage pieces scattered throughout the space barely register as vintage upon first glance. Visit their website for more information.
Another South Austin gem not to be overlooked is the splashy design-concept store Nannie Inez. A walk through the crisp, airy, chromatic interior alone is an inspirational lesson on fusing high-design with down-to-earth, welcoming touches.
PGM ensures each space evolves naturally and beautifully through a mediated screening process between the architect, builder, designer and engineer to ensure that renderings on paper surpass their initial artistic concept to be translated into beautiful spaces in real life. Visit the website for more information.
Remixologie has been Austin's go-to for mid-century and Danish modern furniture and accessories since January 2013. Mid-century modern aficionados Amy Offield and Dini Snow initially met via Craigslist. The two share a well-honed talent for tastefully choosing versatile vintage pieces, as well as the passion and skill to restore them to aesthetically immaculate, ready-to-use condition.
With interior designer Kimberly Renner at the helm, this design lab meets showroom offers high-end, iconic 20th century furnishings for the home. Visit their website for more information.
Any lover of vintage and retro interiors will agree that a trip—or maybe 20 trips—to Room Service Vintage is basically an Austin rite of passage. Established in 1981, this influential fixture in the North Loop community has since switched hands, but has always remained an iconic resource for vintage treasures.
Uptown Modern is nothing short of a mid-century modern goldmine. Specializing in Danish and American mid-century functional pieces, the 6,000-square-foot Burnet Road storefront supplies Austin with striking vintage originals from a long list of revered designers and classic genres. Visit their website for more information.
Urbanspace’s collections are decisively modern, but not the least bit fussy. Geometric faceted pendants and swoon-worthy sofas share the line up with rocking chairs you could actually feel proud to install right in the middle of your living room. With a physical showroom that's located in the hip and vibrant urban core of Austin, Urbanspace Interiors you help you create a beautiful, personal, fabulous modern home.