Can you recommend a good home decorating store in Cincinnati?The opinions expressed here are those of the individual and not those of StreetAdvisor. Report
I find a lot of good things at Home Goods. They have a couple locations (Rookwood and Harper's Point). Another store I really like is Pier One (locations in Rookwood and Kenwood). Kenwood Towne Center has a Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids, Williams-Sonoma Home, and a Restoration Hardware.You can also find some interesting things at Anthropologie, also at Kenwood Towne Center. Other stores at Rookwood are Stein Mart and Bed, Bath & Beyond.
It really depends on what your budget and taste are. If you want moderately expensive eclectic decor, then check out HighStreet on Reading Road near Downtown. If you have more traditional taste and a higher end budget you can check out Sacksteder's Interiors in O'Bryonville. If your budget is lower, I recommend checking out either SteinMart or HomeGoods at Rookwood Pavilion,. Or, if your budge is shoestring, check out a thrift shop life Goodwill, Salvation Army, or St. Vincent de Paul. You might also want to check out the Cincinnati Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Bonf Hill. They sell new and used donated items at discounts up to 60% off retail for building materials, appliances, home fixtures, furniture, decorating items and more.