Shopping for furniture can be exhausting as you scour the shops for exactly what you’re looking for.

You can save yourself some of the hassle by searching online for your dream décor.

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Here are six of the best online boutiques next time you’re looking for something new for your home.

1. Rose And Grey

The name is enticing and this site doesn’t disappoint. Set up by Guy and Lyndsey Goodger, the couple uses the likes of London’s Borough Market, Brick Lane and Columbia Road as inspiration, as well as Manchester’s Northern Quarter and Didsbury in south Manchester where they’re based.

Favouring an aesthetic of white, dark grey, natural wood and exposed brick, combined with pops of colour, they invite customers with a likeminded passion for interiors to peruse their online store for all sorts of gorgeous goodies.

2. Angel and Boho

This is a beautiful and inviting website, which is sure to see you wiling away an afternoon. It’s a family-run business that started out with the owners sprucing up vintage French furniture.

 A store followed, and then a second, but a multitude of factors forced them to rethink their approach. So they closed the shops, moved to the countryside and focused on an online store instead.

They promise quirky and unusual pieces and pride themselves on finding pieces with an ‘artisanal quality’.

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3. Darkroom


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Like many independent retailers, the London-based Darkroom, founded by Rhonda Drakeford and Lulu Roper-Caldbeck, has faced a great deal of challenges since opening seven years ago.

And so earlier this summer, the team decided to forge a ‘new chapter’ by closing their store to concentrate on an online shop that specialises in accessories for men, women and the home.

They’ve described their vibe as “hard edge, graphic and bold, but we also use natural materials.” Keep an eye out for updates later this year.

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4. Cox & Cox


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The company was launched 15 years ago with the aim of offering a range of items that “you couldn’t find in traditional catalogues”.

The pretty and minimalist-looking homepage reflects the company’s choice of handpicked homeware products.

Here you’ll find a lot of white and wood, as well as vintage-inspired pieces, delicate lighting and gorgeously-textured throws and bedding.”

5. Fears And Kahn

This site is for those looking for kooky, vibrant and bespoke talking pieces, something that’s sure to set the topic of conversation when guests pop round.

Definitely worth a browse if you’re looking to make a statement.

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6. Loop The Loop

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This online store’s run by the Brecon Beacons-based Laura and Adam.

During an early morning walk, they decided to do something with their shared passion for scouring vintage fairs for the best finds.

It’s now four years since they launched the site, which is filled with gorgeous rustic accessories and furniture perfect for those looking to achieve a cottagey feel to their home.

Where do you shop for your furniture? Tell us in the Comments section below.