For many of us, shopping for homeware is extremely therapeutic.
Buying bits and bobs to place in our home is a great way to reflect personal style and taste. From art, furniture, rugs and cool and quirky ornaments, you can make your space into a chilled haven that is styled to your liking.
There are many homeware stores out there, all of which cater to hundreds of styles and interiors. Whatever your personal taste, the home should be somewhere you can kick back and relax; feelings that should be replicated as you shop instore for your next piece. Many homeware stores reside online; capturing the homeware shopping experience within an online space.
We thought we’d bring to you our top 15 homeware website designs that score high in all aspects of ecommerce. Take a look!
As a homeware provider that sources their products from a range of vendors, Wayfair makes shopping easy with an easy to use mega menu and an accessible search bar.
Beautifully simple, Sostrene Greene let the quality of the brand do the talking as they use images as the main feature of their site.
3. Oliver Bonas
A wonderfully unique design, Oliver Bonas bring everything we love about shopping from homeware instore to their site. With lots of leads to their products, as well as a clear menu, users can find and browse their products with ease.
Maisons Du Monde uses enticing copy and great product images to draw in users and swiftly turn them into customers.
The sleek and simple design used by Lisa Valentine represents the products they stock and the style behind their brand.
Rose and Grey use their website’s design to reflect their products and their house style. Their navigation menu is clear and to the point, making for a quick and easy shopping experience.
With sleek, clean and modern designs, Swoon set a precedent for the quality of their services and products.
With enticing copy, great designs and a menu which makes shopping a breeze, Rockett St George are doing ecommerce right.
A beautifully unique design, Persora successfully reflect its brand on their site, as well as house features that make for a smooth shopping experience.
The White Company have truly taken the essence of their high street store onto their website, and use design and beautiful imagery to evoke quality and style.
Ceraudo have certainly integrated their unique style into their design, letting the user know right from the start what kind of products they’ll be able to find.
Simple yet effective, Indish use no-nonsense design which leaves room for a smooth shopping experience as users are drawn straight to their products through buttons and their navigation menu.
13. Room 365
Room 365 let their products do the talking through their high-quality imagery and make everything easy to find with their packed homepage and clear nav menu. Room 365 has also beautifully integrated their socials; their Instagram effortlessly slotting into the flow of their homepage.
Audenza’s design cleverly reflects the overall style of their products and draws in the user to discover more. Audenza also has a wishlist feature on their site which is a great attribute for an effective ecommerce site.
Trouva’s simple design still makes a big impact – drawing users in with their great imagery and easy to use navigation. They have clearly integrated a review platform and displayed this straight onto the homepage to evoke trust and reliability for the user.
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