This Online Community Wants to Help You Source Your Dream Piece

published Aug 7, 2020
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Anyone who’s ever found themselves going down a home decor rabbit hole in an attempt to emulate a look they discovered online knows very well the frustration that comes along with these types of searches. Locating that chic decorative pillow you spotted in a hotel lobby while on vacation can be as stressful as deciding what to throw away and what to keep in a home makeover project. Here to de-stress the process of locating decorative items is Wescover, an online platform that places home accessories and their creators at your fingertips.

The site touts itself as host of a community of more than 12,000 creators, including well-known artists to more obscure brands. Whether it’s a jute rug with fringe that deserves front and center stage in your living room or a local mural you enjoy taking selfies in front of, Wescover makes it easy for you to connect with a designer or artist to commission an original piece, customize an item or simply learn more about their work and creative process.  Also, by shopping at Wescover, customers are directly supporting local designers.

The categories on Wescover include: furniture, architecture & design, public art, tableware, textiles, floral & garden and tiles and art. Customers can also search by item, material, space, style or creator, simplifying the process of securing your favorite decorative finds.

Enjoyed a lunch at Palm Springs’ Workshop Kitchen + Bar and wished you could take the comfy contemporary chairs home with you? A simple Wescover search will take you to the Ethel Chair, complete with a product description, customizing options, pricing, photos and more. 

For more information, head over to Wescover to read more about the founders and browse the listings. Your next favorite designer or original home item could be just a few clicks away.