The SoCal Standard, courtesy of Native Poppy

Practice social distancing while still supporting local communities and makers at these home goods shops across the West

Nena Farrell and Sally Kuchar  – March 17, 2020 | Updated March 18, 2020

We’ll be updating this post with more stores as they come onto our radar. Please check back regularly for the latest independent home and design shops that are open virtually. Are you a shopkeeper who wants to be added to our list? Shoot us an email and we’ll make it happen!

We love a great home decor store, and so many of the adorable curated shops you can spot across the West, from Los Angeles and Portland to Phoenix and Boise, are small businesses that have had to close their doors these coming weeks for the health of their employees and the larger public. 

But don’t worry—you can still support them from the comfort of your sofa. Our editors have rounded up some of the best small businesses that are offering online or social media shopping so you can keep your local businesses thriving during these tough times.

6th and Detroit

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Thrift shop 6th & Detroit in Long Beach is closed to visitors but has an online shop and shoppable Instagram account (via Instagram Stories) of its goods, which range from vintage art and furniture to vases and glassware. 6th and Detroit offers both curbside (no contact) pickup and shipping.

Local Nomad

Local Nomad in Phoenix has an online shop full of goodies you’d usually spot at its brick and mortar, from home and kitchen decor to clothing and accessories.

Hutch Vintage

Hutch Vintage in Hollywood sells via Instagram and accepts Venmo to easily shop for beautiful home decor from the comfort of your mobile device.

Native Poppy

Floral and decor shop Native Poppy in northern San Diego’s Solana Beach has closed in-person shopping, but you can still order flowers and decor items for pickup or delivery—not all its decor items are on their site, so you can also call to place your order.

Prelude + Dawn

L.A.’s Prelude & Dawn in Highland Park just moved to a new location with its housewares, apothecary, and clothing goods. Support the shop, especially after all those moving expenses, by shopping on its website.

Candid Home

Candid Home in Los Angeles has an online shop that’s still up and running, and for local L.A. customers it’s offering free delivery on all items throughout these trying times.

Marshall Goods

Marshall Goods in downtown Boise is known for its USA-made men’s clothing, apothecary, and home goods, and while its shop is temporarily closed (and hoping to open at a new location come April) you can support the shop by shopping online or over the phone.

Earthen

Earthen in San Francisco is offering free shipping for all shopping on its site with the code ‘TakeCare’ and has also added a “Take Care” section with thoughtful self-care items for staying at home.

Make Collectives

Make Collectives in Long Beach is a vintage clothing and home goods collective that’s offering free shipping or curbside pickup.

North of West

Portland’s North of West features curated home goods and clothing lines, and with its brick-and-mortar doors closed the shop has extended online sales to encourage shopping on their site. 

Individual Medley

Home goods shop Individual Medley in L.A.’s Atwater Village is offering free shipping with the code “StayCozy” and can organize contactless curbside pickup.

Elsie Green

Elsie Green in Northern California sources home decor and furniture from all over the world and is shoppable online while its doors are closed. Plus, it’s offering curbside pickup.

Heather Taylor Home

Textile shop Heather Taylor Home, of designer Heather Taylor, has temporarily closed its L.A. doors, but its online shop is full of linens, aprons, pillows, and more, all with free shipping.