Say “Hey!” to Spring and Summer colors & designs. Detroit home decor is hard to resist. What makes home decor shops in Detroit so special? They make the most of their resources by supporting local artists as well as using materials that are right here in the centerpiece. Cherish the uniqueness and all the items handmade with love that complements the naturalness of the city. The holidays were a wonderful time to check out all the shops that were still swimming through the whirlpool that was the worldwide pandemic.
Detroitisit gathered a list of Detroit home decor shops that are sustainable and essentially reflect the new life that summer presents us with. You may be shopping for something “big” for your home, but you’ll still be doing it right by shopping small.
The birdsong is strong this time of year and reminds us of how our senses help us be more present. See what is “nesting” in the heart of Detroit. Nest is an eclectic home goods boutique brought to Detroit by the brother-sister duo behind City Bird next door, Nest features accessible design, with a focus on gifts (not too late for mom!) and home goods. Definitely check out their shop if you’re into the modern decor and geometric shapes. Why not add more color to summer with their selection of triangle stained-glass suncatchers? Click HERE to shop and peruse the “Living” drop-down for decor. Located at 460 W. Canfield St. Detroit, MI 48201.
Remnants of the pandemic still loom over our plans, but that gives us more reason to celebrate summer together! Speaking of remnants, there are still abandoned buildings in Detroit that deserve to hold another purpose. Reclaimed and recycled materials are their forte. Gather your favorite people with their new and restored dining tables. Peruse the decor under “Home Goods”. We know you’ve been waiting to serve your guests a fancy plate of food. Make the plate just as eye-catching as the goodies with a Green Marble and Brass Serving Board or the WT Reclaiming Serving Board. Learn about the Rebel Nell X Woodward collab with their recent Fordite Collection HERE! Located at 11500 Joseph Campau St, Hamtramck, MI 48212.
Detroit home decor is your chance to express your individuality while feeling a deep-rooted sense of community. Shop one of “America’s Best Design Shops” with Nora’s innovative home goods and accessories. The history of Detroit in all aspects is treasured in its products. They have cool candles and clocks but also even more original household items. Check out their Uashmana Paniere Bag Avana Media HERE for an array of Italian-style paper bags for whatever you want to store! Also, makes for a nice beach bag. Click HERE to shop their site. Located at 4240 N. Cass Avenue Suite 109.
Hugh opened in 2009 as Southeastern Michigan’s first pop-up retail store. Spruce up your glassware, Barware, and more. They’re always rotating a selection of housewares, personal accessories, design-oriented books, and gifts, as well as furniture and lighting. You can shop online HERE or stop by in person to really get a feel for their tabletop selection. Located at 4240 Cass Avenue in Midtown Detroit – inside the Auburn building at Cass & West Canfield.
POST is known as Detroit’s best place to shop small, but don’t ignore everything else already mentioned! They proudly carry over 300 brands, all independent makers and artisans. Handmade products in small batches are the definition of smart shopping. Mutual Adoration, Hooray Forever, Scarlet Crane Creations, and TAIT Design Co. produce and design their goods right inside the building. Click HERE to shop their ornate wall decor under “Home + Garden”, and then buzz around the rest! Located at 14500 Kercheval, Detroit MI 48215.
As always, be sure to subscribe to our newsletter for regular updates on all things Detroit and more.
Detroit Home Décor This May: Another Reason & Season to Shop Small