Best Boutique Decor Shops In Seattle Malls

July 21, 2015 5:00 AM

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If you are looking for an exceptional boutique decor retailer in one of Seattle’s malls, you will be happy to learn that a couple of the city’s shopping centers and market places feature locally-owned and operated home furnishings stores. Not only will you find a vast selection of decor items such as home accents, lighting and wall hangings, but you will also be able to choose from larger furniture pieces, elegant floor rugs and artwork. Stop into any of these boutique decor shops at Seattle shopping centers to find all of the right pieces to assist you in decorating your personal living space.
Caldwell’s
University Village Shopping Center
2610 N.E. University Lane
Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 522-7531
www.caldwellsonline.com

Locally-owned Caldwell’s sells a variety of functional home decor items that are gathered from locations around the world, including the Pacific Rim region and Africa. Caldwell’s has other unique items available to help decorate your home, including handcrafted furniture pieces, Persian rugs and textiles. Caldwell’s selection of unique items also includes home accessories such as wall art, vases, pillows and dishes; as well as fashion-related items, such as jewelry, clothing and accessories.

The Art Study
University Village Shopping Center
4630 Village Court N.E.
Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 525-2400
www.theartstudy.com

At The Art Study, you will find a vast collection of limited edition artwork, including original paintings and high-quality prints, supplied from some of the most talented artists in the Pacific Northwest. Art pieces can also be custom framed to your desired home decor theme specifications. The Art Study is not just a local art gallery — it also sells a number of beautifully crafted home accents and unique decor pieces, creative gift ideas, upscale greeting cards and one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces.

Chair And Trellis
Redmond Town Center
7300 164th Ave. N.E., Suite E-160
Redmond, WA 98052
(425) 861-0800
www.chairandtrellis.com

Founded in 2005, Chair and Trellis is a fine home furnishings store that not only sells furniture, but also home decor pieces, art work, rugs and unique gift items. Choose from a vast selection of fine leather furnishings, beautifully-crafted sitting chairs, unique lighting pieces, elegant mirrors and wall hangings, and much more. Experts at Chair and Trellis will even come to your residence and provide a professional, in-home consultation for their customers.

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Watson Kennedy, Inc.
Pike Place Market
86 Pine St.
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 443-6281
www.watsonkennedy.com

Watson Kennedy, Inc. operates two home furnishings stores in Seattle. Their first store, located in Pike Place Market, opened in 1998. Watson Kennedy Fine Living sells various items for your home including an assortment of antiques, English and French goods, as well as bed, bath and body products. The company’s second store, Watson Kennedy Fine Home, opened in 2001 and is located just down the street in Seattle’s Holyoke Building, which is a historic landmark on First Avenue. This store carries a vast selection of new and vintage furniture pieces, table ware items, linens, home decor items and much more.

Antiques At Pike Place
Pike Place Market
92 Stewart St.
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 441-9643
www.facebook.com/Antiques-At-Pikes-Place

Also located in the historic Pike Place Market, Antiques at Pike Place features a number of unique antique items for decorating your home. Choose from wall hangings, table lamps, wall art, table ware, kitchen items, holiday decorations, decorative sculptures and furniture pieces. This antique store adds new items weekly from a variety of dealers, so be sure to stop in often to view everything they currently have available. 

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Sue Gabel has been writing entertainment and travel-related articles in the greater Puget Sound/Seattle area since 1999. She writes about music, the Seattle scene and more. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.

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