7 Online Stores to Shop Italian Design

Italian style is known internationally for high quality and innovative design. While fashion receives a lot of attention, Italian furniture and home decor has had a long and strong reputation domestically as well as internationally. No matter your location, you can bring some of the best and most iconic designs into your home by shopping Italian design online.

Perhaps you’re an interior designer looking to shop Italian design for exclusive creative projects. Or maybe you live abroad and are hoping to invite some Made in Italy products into your home. No matter the reason, you’ll find all the style of Italy available to you online. Italian Design can be contemporary or traditional, subtle or a statement. Get ready to shop Italian design with this list of online stores filled with irresistibly stylish furniture, home accessories and decor, and so much more.


You’ll have no trouble furnishing your home interiors with this online Italian boutique. Select your favorite furniture, lighting, textiles, and accessories. Shop by Italian brands from Alessi and Alias to Flos and Zanotta. This site really has something for every room in your home interiors.


LOVEThESIGN on Instagram

2/ Design Republic

This eShop includes Italian design alongside Scandinavian brands. There are plenty of options for home storage, seating, or interesting designer accessories to peruse alongside chairs, tables, and textiles for your home or office from well-known brands such as Kartell, Muuto, Magis as well as Hay.


Design Republic on Instagram

3/ Artemest
Artemest was born to arouse and celebrate a desire for beauty in our everyday lives.”
If you are looking for high-end artisanal products with a story, then Artemest will be your gold mine. This sleek online store offers a finely curated selection of elegant and timeless handcrafted Italian furniture and decor. You’ll find a luxurious variety of important design pieces and your home will thank you evermore.



Artemest on Instagram

4/ Mohd

Mohd has a seemingly infinite list of Italian brands to choose from – Cassina, Poliform, B&B Italia, Moroso, and Flexform. While Mohd features Italian style and design, they also allow you to ship international brands like Vitra and Moooi. Their selection offers elegant, refined furniture and accessories for home interiors and exteriors.


Mohd on Instagram

5/ Weiss Gallery
Shop all the best Made in Italy brands alongside international design brands. These items are great ideas to get a head start on holiday or birthday gifts. From Smeg kitchen appliances to Marzotto wool, you’ll find just the right pieces at a nice price.


Weiss Gallery on Instagram

6/ Cargo & Hightech
While visiting one of their brick and mortar locations is a treat on its own, you’ll find it very convenient to shop Cargo & Hightech online. Their eclectic selection makes it easy to find something for any style or ambience in any room in your home. Shop Italian design from the smallest of kitchen appliances to large tables and sofas that will embrace your home interiors.


Cargo & Hightech on Instagram

7/ Thin Things

Italian design is not defined by shape or size. While the other sites will offer you large statement pieces for your home, this feature will give you something you can wear. Thin Things is a small, independent jewelry business based in Milan. Margherita, the owner and designer, creates and crafts both thin and thick jewelry with a darling variety of designs. Italian design is in the details and you’ll really adore her work. These are great presents for friends, family, or to spoil yourself.


Thing Things on Instagram

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About Grace Davin

Grace is an American content creator and design writer based in Milan. After completing her bachelor’s degree in Cultural Anthropology at the University of Minnesota Duluth, she decided to pursue life abroad, immersing herself in the communities of art, design, and architecture while working and living in Paris as well as Marrakech. Since arriving to Italy in 2016, she has been an active contributor for the interior design blog Italian Bark and content creator for Esperiri, an interior design company.

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