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11 Brands To Shop for Colorful Home Decor Finds

There's something for the maximalist, the minimalist, and every design style in between.

March 18, 2024 at 6:25 PM PST

Every home needs a bit of color (even the neutral, minimalistic ones—yes, that lush corner of greenery counts). No matter the design style of your home, it’s essential to create visual interest through colorful elements along with shape, pattern, and texture. While some interiors call for rich-hued yet understated additions, like a navy throw pillow on a beige sofa in an organic modern living room, others require a little more glamour with shades that pack a bold, playful punch. Luckily, there’s a vibrant array of unique decor at retailers big and small. Here are 11 shops and brands where you can find gorgeous, colorful items that will give your home that one-of-a-kind feel.


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Jonathan Alder

Designer Jonathan Alder’s home brand began with a love of pottery. Now, the company sells everything you need to furnish an entire home. You can’t define Alder’s designs by one singular characteristic. His collections contain surprising multi-dimensional silhouettes, layers, and textures. We’re currently loving the recent limited edition capsule collection with illustrator Angelica Hicks for all the joint rollers out there, which features three designs of surreal human forms in saturated color puff, puff passing.


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MoMA Design Store

The Museum of Modern Art’s design store encapsulates home decor as an art form, selling futuristic, conversation-starting pieces. Although it retails decor from brands in every corner of the interior design space, you can count on striking collaborations and decor inspired by the most renowned artists and works in the world from the MoMa’s direct collections, like this Jean-Michael Basquiat Head Neon Sign.


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Cold Picnic

Cold Picnic is the go-to place for cool rugs, bathmats and other textiles in abstract and patterned designs. Inspired by national parks, film and art, the brand’s imagery focuses on figurative landscapes and the effects of time and elements upon their surfaces. Don’t forget to check out their wallpaper selection, or perhaps you’ll stop by for a custom piece.


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Marimekko doesn’t only produce fashion staples with ordinate motifs, including their signature floral prints. The design house also offers a range of luxury home decor, from textiles to dinnerware. You never know what to expect from the brand’s latest drops, but it’s safe to say you’ll find some intriguing styles and options.

Sophie Lou Jacobsen

Designer Sophie Lou Jacobsen makes glassware and lighting that explores the relationship between everyday objects and mood. She works from the premise that through form and function, the objects we use in our daily rituals can enhance our lifestyles by elevating our human experience. We’re obsessing over her “Collectibles” collection of exclusive, made-to-order handblown glass vases shown above. These memorable pieces are definitely deserving of a spot on the table.


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Fredericks & Mae

We love Fredericks & Mae for their vibrant, speckled cutting boards and kitchenware that remind us of paint splatter art. That’s not the end of eccentric decor at the brand, however. Their chic metal paper towel holders with colorful balls on each end caught our attention for an ultramodern kitchen renovation.


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AnthroLiving Home

AnthroLiving Home by Anthropologie is all about intricacy and playing with color in interior design. But color’s not the best feature of the shop, which sells original decor and pieces from other brands; the breathtaking silhouettes and shapes are the talking points here. From sofas to candlesticks, AnthroLiving’s offerings lead with personality and creativity.


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Mosey Me

“Colorful homeware designed to make you smile” is the motto of woman-owned homewares and lifestyle brand Mosey Me. Mosey Me’s decor embraces playful sophistication, celebrating design and life’s pleasure with color. You’ll see tableware, bedding and stuff for your bathroom in vivid prints that are first hand-painted before being translated onto fabrics.


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HAY does colorful everyday furniture right. Mirrors, desk chairs, sofas, shelving, outdoor dining sets, you name it—all available in simplistic silhouettes paired with deep hues that both the minimalist and maximalist can appreciate.


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Great Jones

What makes tossing ingredients around in the kitchen more fun than pink baking sheets and pastel Dutch ovens? Think Le Creuset, but even more colors! That’s the woman-led kitchenware brand Great Jones. Like the new iterations of recipes handed down across generations, the brand pays homage, but not to food, to cookbook author Judith Jones and its birthplace, New York City.


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Eccentricity and whimsy define Areaware’s line of functional display pieces. You’ll find smiley faces, odd shapes and quirky objects in the brand’s homewares, including this piggy bank that differentiates from the nostalgic childhood savings vessel by resembling an actual pig, bristled hair and all.


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