The Best Home Décor Shops in Charleston

At The Center for Natural Breast Reconstruction, we’re always surprised by how a little decorating around the office breathes new life and energy into the space.

For those visiting Charleston, plan a little time to stroll through these fantastic galleries and shops, and let your imagination wander as you envision the transformation of your most-loved rooms. When you’re ready to revamp your interiors, these boutiques will help bring your ideas to fruition with elegant home décor:

Candelabra: Are your interiors in need of a contemporary flourish? Then you’ve come to the right place! Candelabra in Mount Pleasant offers an array of home décor and light fixtures to take any room from ordinary to fashionable. Take a look at their teal mirrors, sculptures, wall art, throw pillows, designer bookends, and beaded chandeliers, and you won’t want to leave empty-handed!

  • Elizabeth Stuart Designs:  For the connoisseur of fine home furnishings, this emporium is indeed a wonderland. Glowing with luxurious furniture, lighting, frames, candles, and paintings, you could easily spend an evening simply taking in the beauty of this store. ESD even offers work local artists, such as the Charleston painter Teil Duncan.
  • GDC Home Interiors: The original Gregorie, Douglas & Co. was founded in historic Charleston, South Carolina in 1781, and has offered gorgeous textiles, furniture, lighting, rugs, and garden décor ever since. Though all of their merchandise is exceptional, we recommend their hand-knotted carpets and the Algonquin Table Lamp!

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  • Michael Mitchell Gallery: Just walking through the doors of this gallery is sure to leave you breathless—and inspired! Featuring original work from painters, sculptors, and glass artists, you can take home a one-of-a-kind piece to liven up your home. If you need an artist’s eye to truly capture the beauty of your spaces, gallery owner Michael Mitchell is also a seasoned interior designer.

Which of these boutiques have you visited in Charleston? We’d love to hear about the treasure you brought home!