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Bainbridge Home Decor Accents From Local Shops & Artists

Looking for something special to elevate your home? These Bainbridge Island home decor accents will do that and much more. By shopping right here on the island, you’ll be supporting local businesses and/or local artists. You’ll also have something unique that serves as a great conversation starter when you have guests. Here’s a list of places and ideas to inspire your home’s decor.

Alexander & Nye Home

Located in Pleasant Beach Village on Bainbridge Island, Alexander & Nye Home has unique furniture like this durable, outdoor rocker. We love sleek furniture options like this teak geometric side table or these cozy linen pillows. While they don’t have a website yet, follow them on Instagram or check out their storefront for modern design pieces.

Clay and Coffee

If you want to call attention to your kitchen’s new backsplash or that antique coffee table that you love, consider adding a decorative platter or sculpture. Clay and Coffee is owned and operated by local ceramic artist Elena Wendelyn. Her pieces range from mugs and platters to sculptures and bowls. Her art is sold from Poulsbo to Bainbridge Island to Seattle. Wendelyn also accepts special orders and even teaches ceramic classes to children and adults locally. Check out Clay and Coffee’s Instagram to see what would spice up your home’s interior.

Bainbridge Arts and Crafts

A single piece of art can make a room more inviting, brightening the space and creating a more cohesive color palette. To find that wonderful masterpiece, we recommend Bainbridge Arts and Crafts. This local nonprofit is home to some very special pieces. They also do outreach work throughout Kitsap County. You can search for currently available art by medium or visit their store on Winslow Way.

Bainbridge Gardens

Indoor plants are another fun way to make your home’s decor more vibrant. Bainbridge Gardens is an excellent local resource. Their staff is very knowledgeable and ready to assist. Check out their Facebook page to stay up to date on their offerings, and read this Q&A to learn about the latest garden trends. And, if you’re also looking to improve your home’s exterior, check out our outdoor design ideas.

Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

Shopping at BIMA’s store is another beautiful way to support local artists. The store features different artists that coincide with their large-scale group exhibitions. Some featured options include pottery, plates, textiles, and prints. You can choose a piece at the museum itself or shop online. It’s a great spot to find that conversational piece that can make any space pop.

Dana’s on Bainbridge and Madrone Goods

These sister stores, located in the heart of Bainbridge Island, feature two furniture design collections. The Gus* Modern collection features upscale seating, dining, beds, accents, and lighting for your home. Although the design company is based out of Toronto, Canada, their pieces can be found locally at Madrone Goods. The Anaya Home collection includes unique, one-of-a-kind handwoven seating, storage, and accent pieces.

Danger on Bainbridge Island

This store is inspired by Northwest Living and features an eclectic mix of art from local artists. The Myorian Studio collection includes a special collaboration of wall art using mixed metals and kiln-formed glass. In addition, the storefront includes furniture and other home accents to enhance your space.

Zutto Vintage & Antiques

If you’re on the hunt for some classic pieces to update your home decor, visit Zutto Vintage & Antiques. Their online shop highlights currently available pieces that range from floor vases to tea tables. Their store is located in the heart of downtown Bainbridge, within walking distance of the Seattle-Bainbridge ferry. Keep an eye on their Facebook page for upcoming sales and special featured treasures.

Whatever your decorating heart desires, there are a plethora of options on Bainbridge Island.