Apartment Guide Editorial Team
Decor in Phoenix
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Fill your home with beautiful home furnishings and decor from Phoenix shops.

Whether you are planning a move to the Phoenix area, just arrived or are ready to renovate your current home, you can find unique, beautiful and inexpensive furniture throughout the city. The following locations offer affordable options in a variety of tastes, styles and sizes, making it easy and cheap for you to create a personalized space to escape the desert heat.

Cost Plus World Market
Cost Plus doubles as a grocery and furniture store and lives up to its name by showcasing an international selection of items. In addition to bigger furniture pieces, the store sells coffee cups, bowls, utensils, art, wine glasses, picture frames, iron hangings and curtains. By featuring pieces from around the world, Cost

Plus can offer its customers a much more diverse selection than typical stores, making almost any purchase unique. Delivery is also available for bigger items.
Address: 1750 E Camelback Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85016

Qcumberz
Although this antique and furnishing store may seem initially like an expanded version of your grandmother’s attic, treasures are plentiful underneath the dust. Reserve a little time and patience for this one-of-a-kind shop, and you’ll be hunting and finding jewels in no time. Most of the items in Qucumberz are arranged in no particular order, but there is a back room dedicated entirely to old doors and windows, so if you are revamping an older rental, this may be the perfect place for you to start. If the clutter intimidates you, ask one of the staff members, who can help you sort through the controlled chaos to find exactly what you’re looking for. Some of the most popular items sold at the store are the antique lamps, clocks and tables. Qcumberz also features some furnishings from local artists.
Address: 4429 N 7th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85013

D. Frank Designs
The result of owner Debbie Frank’s lifetime love of fashion and furniture, D. Frank Designs sells custom and semi-custom pieces in addition to an eclectic selection of furnishings ordered mostly from Los Angeles. Frank offers every degree of home décor, from large signature pieces to small gifts or accent pieces. Sofas, dining chairs, occasional chairs, daybeds, art, rugs, upholstery and more are available at the store. Frank, an interior designer, also does home consultations. D. Frank Designs is in the process of moving to larger space. It will open in Spring 2010, and in the meantime, you can visit dfrankdesings.com.
Address: 7107 E Stetson Dr., Scottsdale, AZ 85251

DA’s Modern
The small stature of this store belies its large selection and high turnover. The owner and staff are friendly and extremely knowledgeable about the mid-century and modern furnishings and décor they sell, ensuring you a positive experience in the store. If you like, you can also find some quality vintage pieces in this unique space.
Address: 527 W McDowell Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85003

Domestic Bliss
This gorgeously decorated store not only depicts its name but also inspires customers to decorate their homes just as fabulously. In addition to home décor, furniture and custom pieces, Domestic Bliss features fabric, craft supplies and jewelry. Recently, the store has expanded to include Blissful Living Studio, which offers craft projects, lifestyle courses and interior design classes. Domestic Bliss has in-house designers to personally help customers, as well as an active blog where people can read news, find discounts and see new merchandise.
Address: 166 W Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201

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