The 13 Best Places to Buy Unique Home Accessories of 2022

The perfect accents to add to your space

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Our Top Picks


"Find unique, one-of-a-kind housewares from this global marketplace of independent sellers both big and small."

Uncommon Goods

"Known as a great place to find uncommon gifts, this site also has unique home accessories for every room."


"In addition to recipes and great finds for your kitchen, this site offers interesting accessories for the bedroom, bathroom, and outdoors."


"This company is known for its comfortable bedding, but they also offer stylish items for the home including ceramics, tables, lighting, and more."

Duett Home

"Stylish, one-of-a-kind pillows made of handmade fabrics including floral jacquard and waxed canvas covered in PVC recycled plastic are found here."

Sample Haus

"Houseplants add a natural element to your decor and this site has colorful ceramic planters to showcase them in."


"This site offers heirloom-quality African porcelain tableware in addition to towels, table linens, kids' toys, and more. "


"Known for midcentury-inspired furniture, this company also offers other home accessories including table runners, mirrors, throws, and tableware."

Open Spaces

"This brand offers plenty of stylish storage options made from responsibly source materials including pine and steel."

Johanna Howard Home

"Inspired by Scandinavian design, this site offers unique throws, pillows, candles, and other home accessories."

Similar to how adding accessories to your outfit expresses your one-of-a-kind personality, so does adding a well-curated assortment of unique accessories to your home. Along with increasing visual interest, accent pieces are a great way to modernize your existing furniture without having to spend too much money.

With all of this in mind, we've gathered the best online retailers for finding one-of-a-kind table linens, ceramics, rugs, and more. Read on for our top picks.


Little Angled Bowl by zzieeceramics
Courtesy of Etsy 

Long known as the go-to place for one-of-a-kind accessories and gifts, Etsy has really become the global marketplace for independent sellers of home items big and small. It remains a top destination for unique home accessories thanks to nimble sellers and patient buyers. This is not a site for those who shop for cookie-cutter perfection, rather, the site for those who celebrate the flaws that give vintage and handmade goods their character.

Uncommon Goods

City Skyline Bookends
Courtesy of Uncommon Goods.

Uncommon Goods is a site that specializes in exactly what you think it would—uncommonly great goods and gifts. From customizable keepsake dishes to hairpin-legged geode side tables, there's an accessory here for just about everyone. And while we more than recommend treating yourself, this site really shines in the gift-giving department, allowing you to find the perfect accessory gift for even the pickiest recipient in no time.


Danish Modern Vessel
 Courtesy of Food52

If you, like us, are always looking for cute new kitchen accessories, you can get in a lot of trouble by clicking on Food52. Here, you'll find a host of aesthetically pleasing odds and ends for the kitchen, along with a surprisingly extensive accessory selection for the bedroom, bathroom, and even outdoors. If you’re someone who loves to spend time in the kitchen, Food52 might just help you curate an equally enjoyable environment throughout the rest of your home.


Geometric Cage Bundle
 Courtesy of Brooklinen

Since launching in 2014, Brooklinen has grown to be much more than a bedding brand. In addition to their fan-favorite sheets, blankets, and duvet covers, you'll also find a selection of simple yet stylish home accessories. Items include ceramics, slim side tables, striking chandeliers, and more—all of which are designed to quietly accent your slumber sanctuary, not overpower it.

Duett Home

La Paz Pillow
Courtesy of Duett Home

What’s old is new again at Duett Interiors, a design-forward home line founded by Nike alumna Tiffany Thompson. Combining traditional textiles with recycled PVC plastic, her one-of-a-kind throw pillows will add unexpected sophistication to your space. Due to their construction, these pillows are virtually spill-resistant and incredibly easy to clean—great for households with kids or pets who are prone to making messes.

If you're tackling a larger project and could use some guidance, Duett Interiors also offers design services ranging from mood boarding to full-scale home renovation.

Sample Haus

Cache Pots
Courtesy of Sample Haus

Houseplants are arguably the best home accessories out there, but for a more pulled-together look, you'll probably want to invest in a stylish planter. At Sample Haus, you'll find a variety of both standing and hanging ceramic planters that will add an eclectic touch to your home. All of the one-of-a-kind pieces are made from interior design waste and discontinued marketing samples, making them both incredibly unique and incredibly sustainable.


Tana Ethiopian Towels
 Courtesy of 54 Kibo

While it's certainly not the least expensive pick on our list, 54kibo is worth checking out for their variety of heirloom-quality goods from the African diaspora. From basket weave-inspired porcelain bowls to eclectic light shades and home linens, you'll find plenty of unique items that are well worth the spend. Everything is handpicked by founder Nana Quagraine, who hopes to make contemporary African design more accessible to the world.


Nava Table Runner with Tassles

Courtesy of CB2

There are those brands that allow you to shop the trends, and there are the brands that allow you to set them. CB2 satisfies the latter, and that’s why it is a website on our list of regulars. With a steady stream of accessories that range from bougie bouche bar stools to maximalist rugs and table runners, the Crate & Barrel sister site stocks plenty art deco-inspired home goods and accessories to beef up the bare aesthetic we’ve lived with for some time.

Open Spaces

Kitchen Storage
 Courtesy of Open Spaces

Stylish storage is the name of the game at Open Spaces. With a variety of chic containers crafted from responsibly sourced materials including pine, steel, and compressed felt, this site will solve your clutter problem. Not only do these items look great, but they work well too: Wire bins available in three sizes all the bric-a-brac you want, while felt bins with zipper tops and wooden lids will let you keep essentials within reach.

Johanna Howard Home

Alpaca Throw
 Courtesy of Johanna Howard Home

The clean elegance of Scandinavian design is where founder Johanna Howard draws inspiration for her sophisticated collection of home goods. Consisting of throws and pillows, Howard tapped into her clothing design roots to create truly unique, fashionable home accents. The Cabana Stripe pillow and Lagom throw could keep us cozy, chic, and comfortable no matter the season.

Conway Goods

Smart Chip USB Extension Cord
Courtesy of Conway Electric 

Between working from home and juggling different smart devices, extension cords are more necessary than ever—but, design-wise, they've often gone overlooked. If you're looking to upgrade, check out Conway Goods. With stylish extension cords in a variety of fun colors, there's sure to be an option that will meet your needs (and then some).

Yamazaki Home

Slim Rolling Laundry Basket
Courtesy of Yamazaki 

If you're looking for a more aesthetically pleasing way to keep clutter out of sight, check out Yamazaki Home. All of their items have a slim profile Japanese design elevates any home with a quality not often found at such an affordable price. From understated dish racks and magnet laundry storage to streamlined face mask dispensers and toilet organizers, you can find lots of stylish storage solutions without breaking the bank.


EcoFaux and Dried Mix
 Courtesy of Bloomist

Fresh flowers certainly look pretty, but in the days of franchise flower farming, this beauty often hides a more ugly reality—the floral industry is wreaking havoc on the environment. Enter Bloomist. With a goal of adding a natural touch to all types of homes, this company sells a variety of dried flowers, along with vases, pots, and everything else you'll need to complete the look.

What to Look for in Home Accessories


You will want to purchase accessories that will simplify your day to day life for the better and encourage organization around your home. However, you will want to be realistic before making a purchase—if you don't think you will actually utilize an accessory, leave it behind. An empty bin or basket will only add more clutter to your space.


Some home accessories are filled with personality and may boast a fun pattern or shape, while others are much more utilitarian and simply serve a practical purpose. Depending on your style, different pieces will appeal to you more or less—take your decorating aesthetic into account when determining if an item will complement your home.


Do you like to invest in decorative accents, or would you prefer to save your pennies for larger furniture items? Determining your budget will provide you with a better sense of which retailers meet your daily needs and which are better to keep in mind for potential splurges down the line.

  • What are home accessories?

    Home accessories are often both practical and aesthetically pleasing. Examples of such items include throw blankets, light fixtures, pillow covers, and planters.

  • How do you pick home accessories?

    Determining your needs and budget will best allow you to pick the home accessories that suit your lifestyle. It is best to live in your space for awhile before purchasing all of your accessories to get a better sense of what you need and are drawn to decor-wise.

  • What style is my home?

    There are a wide variety of home styles that exist, and some say your preferences may be tied to your personality traits, such as your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.

Why Trust The Spruce?

This article was written by Barret Wertz, a freelance writer for The Spruce since 2020. Constantly striving for an Instagram-ready home, Barret is always on the hunt for those one-of-a-kind finds to set his style apart from the rest, and he aims to help you do the same. Additional reporting was done by Sarah Lyon, a home, lifestyle, and wellness writer whose work has appeared in Apartment Therapy, Architectural Digest, The Everygirl, Lonny, MyDomaine, the Wall Street Journal, and more.

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sarah lyon, writer for the spruce
Sarah Lyon is a freelance writer and home decor enthusiast, who enjoys sharing good finds on home items. Since 2018, she has contributed to a variety of lifestyle publications, including Apartment Therapy and Architectural Digest.
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