The 5 Best Home Design Shops in Miami

The 5 Best Home Design Shops in Miami

Miami: the magic city. Its world-renowned art district breeds innovative creativity that consistently raises the bar; you don’t have to look far for a one-of-a-kind creation. Latin flair and bold prints define the Miami look and customizable luxury defines the Miami shopping experience. Whether it’s high-end furniture or kitschy gift shops, these resources make life in Miami more glamorous.

From custom fragrance atomizers to luxurious crystal china and everything in between, we’ve got you covered. Miami is your one-stop-shop for the decor of your dreams. We’ve curated a quick-reference guide to all things home and design in the 305.


Coming home and immediately experiencing your favorite scent is the definition of welcome. Just ask any of the owners of Aroma360’s atomizers. For larger spaces, Aroma360 uses HVAC scenting, a system that works through the AC for areas as large as 6,000 square feet.

INSIDER’S TIP: Customers can request a consultation to develop a custom scent of their own.

2058 NW Miami Court, Miami, 305.800.0360,


With three massive locations in Miami-Dade, Artefacto is the city’s undisputed A-to-Z luxury showroom. And while the company’s vast number of indoor and outdoor collections can be overwhelming, Artefacto makes the process simple with its home staging service.

INSIDER’S TIP: The new 2020 collection includes new pieces by notable designers Patricia Anastassiadis and Sergio Matos.


Crystal lovers drool at the mere mention of Baccarat, but the brand’s new outpost in the Design District ups the ante significantly. In addition to its collection of stemware, china, figurines and lighting, this location also features a bar and lounge.

INSIDER’S TIP: The tea service here is the best way to partake in all the venue offers. Tea is served on Baccarat stemware rather than cups, and the petits fours are colorful bites of art.

39 NE 39th St., Miami, 786.870.5808,


One of the shops leading the charge in Coconut Grove’s renaissance, The Bazaar Project is a colorful expression of owner Yeliz Titiz’s personality, and so is the inventory. This is a place for plates with pithy sayings, trays with tropical imagery, pillows with loud prints and jewelry designed by Titiz herself.

INSIDER’S TIP: Coming soon to the new on-site cafe: caviar service!

2990 McFarlane Road, Miami, 786.703.6154,


Visionnaire approaches its inventory like a narrative with furniture and accessories that are both sculptural and functional incorporating ceramics, stone, bronze and Murano glass from leading brands.

INSIDER’S TIP: Look out for the special collaboration with Marc Ange, Il Pavone, which includes a modern-day throne inspired by peacock plumage.

2063 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 786.577.4370, and Xpresso Global to organise Home Design Awards 2021 Previous post and Xpresso Global to organise Home Design Awards 2021
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