Best Home Decor / Furniture Stores In Laguna Beach

March 22, 2016 5:00 AM

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In Orange County, Laguna Beach is known for its beautiful seaside views, climate and artist community. Much of that artistic flair can be found in the furniture and home decor stores that are based in this resort town. Laguna Beach is enough of a draw on its own, but the home decor shops make it an almost irresistible weekend destination. With some searching, you can find the perfect chair, pillow or area rug for a certain room. Some shops have items that are hard to find anywhere else in the OC. When you are in and around Orange County and looking to add some flair to your living space, see what these Laguna Beach businesses have to offer.
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Areo
207 Ocean Ave.
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
(888) 814-7988
www.areohome.com

Established in 1992, this Laguna Beach business carries California-inspired gifts and home decor items. Have a bar inside your home? Areo carries whiskey stones and some ingenious cast iron bottle openers in the shape of crabs, lobsters and horses. As for furniture, Areo has vintage metal stools, wooden chairs and cases. This is the perfect store to shop for yourself or for friends and relatives, especially with their unique, distinctive gift-wrapping.

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(credit: Twig)


Twig
1045 South Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
(949) 715-1474
www.twigoflaguna.com

Referred to as a gem in beautiful Laguna Beach, this shop has plenty of intriguing items that will add nice accents to your home. As one Yelp reviewer put it, it’s easy to roam the store and get lost in the collection of clothing, decorative items and books. Looking for a special gift for a housewarming or birthday party? Twig most likely has something that will fit the bill. It’s a place to accessorize your home and yourself.

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Brass Tack
384 Forest Avenue No. 1A
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
(949) 715-0310
www.brasstackstudio.com

With their collection of home goods and intriguing furniture, Brass Tack can add something to your home. You’ll find anything from an antique butcher block to a record trolley for all that vintage vinyl in your collection. Brass Tack also offers reupholstery services and can be a great resource when looking for vintage furniture. As they say on their website, they typically check out estate sales and websites for new items for their store.

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Russian Traditions
577 South Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
(310) 497-4864
www.russian-traditions.com

There’s something inherently beautiful in Russian artwork and carvings. Russian Traditions, which has been a Laguna Beach business for years, is one of the best places to find nesting dolls, porcelain and hand-painted jewelry. Owners Pavel and Raquel actually have the largest collection of dog breeds hand-painted on Russian nesting dolls. When looking for some old world accents for your home, make a trip to Russian Traditions in Laguna Beach.

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Cottage Furnishings
802 South Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
(949) 497-3121
www.cottagefurnishings.com

The owners of Cottage Furnishings express a passion for finding vintage furniture and other treasures, which is present in their inventory. Established in 1997, this Laguna Beach-based business features their own hand-made rustic furniture and Adirondack chairs. Cottage Furnishings also carries pillows, sea glass bottles plus a beautiful selection of rugs. To mix the old with the new in your home, check out Cottage Furnishings in Laguna Beach.

Related: Ask An OC Expert: Shopping For Home Decor On A Budget

Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Steven Bryan calls Irvine, California his home. A freelance writer for more than 20 years, he has interviewed a wide range of notable celebrities, including a variety of up-and-coming musicians and artists as well. Passionate about movies and comic books, he also makes an annual pilgrimage to the San Diego Comic-Con.

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