I’ve long been a fan of Etsy for everything from artwork and paper goods to pillows and vintage decor. You definitely have to do a little digging to find the good stuff but it’s a great way to find products you won’t see anywhere else and support small business owners in the process! Today I’m sharing seven of my favorite Etsy shops — I hope you love them as much as I do!

design darling favorite etsy shops

1. Emmy Rickard — a great resource for abstract art prints, starting at $32.

2. Emma Louise Bell — I love her oil paintings of beaches and boats.

3. Highland Hardware — modern framing kits with acrylic frames and brass hardware to gussy up your gallery wall.

4. Arianna Belle — my go-to for beautifully made pillows in designer fabrics. We have these pillows and these in our living room!

5. Parima Creative Studio — beautiful abstracts in a wide variety of sizes. If you’re looking for something bright to hang over your bed or sofa, this is the spot!

6. Southern Linens — I cannot wait to order a set of monogrammed appliqué bedding from this chic linen shop. The only problem is how to narrow down my favorites!

7. Nickel Designs Shop — colorful doormats that would work anywhere from a dorm room to your dream house.

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What are your favorite Etsy shops? I’d love to check them out!

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  1. I have ordered a number of things from Southern Linens and I have never been disappointed. They always arrive in a timely manner and are exactly what I had hoped for. Sarah Wright

    1. Aww I’m glad you like it! It’s hard for me to do one every single week since we’re not getting married for another year and a half! But if you have any specific ideas you’d like to see covered, I’m all ears!

  2. I just ordered the cutest Wisconsin-themed “Welcome to our wedding” print from Mooseberry Paper Co which can be customized for any state! And I also got a guest book canvas from Willow Lane Prints and table numbers from Paper Oak Studio

    In general, I guess the recommendation here is to look for wedding stuff on Etsy. There’s tons of good stuff out there!

  3. hardest part of getting married is replacing all of your beloved monogrammed items! my etsy cart has been full of goodies from southern linens for a few weeks to do that exact task!