When we finally decided to ditch the tapestries and upgrade to an ‘adult apartment,’ our very first stop was West Elm. For years, the brand has debuted modern homeware collections that are fresh, yet timeless, with high-quality pieces that have become staples in our homes. Initially, the brand was known for fusing midcentury silhouettes with trendy textiles and new materials. But in recent years they’ve gone in a new, contemporary-classic direction with the addition of clean, neutral furnishings, eclectic artisan accents and tons of earth-tone textiles.
Bottom line: We can’t get enough of their boho-luxe take on classic contemporary homewares. So much so that we’re seriously crushing on these 10 other retailers with a similar aesthetic.