14th Street in Washington, D.C., is a happening place! There are tons of fun shops to get your shopping fix, and if you’ve got a home décor itch you're looking to scratch, here are the three cutest places to look.

Looking for something to make your house feel like a home? Here are our three favorite spots for finding perfect home décor!

Little Leaf

1401 S. Street NW | Washington D.C. 20009 Hours: Mon.–Fri., 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. | Sat., 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. | Sun., 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. [gallery columns="2" ids="5490,5491"] If you like plants, you’ll love Little Leaf. Everything in here is green, pretty, and Instagram picture-ready. The walls are lined with plants like potted cacti, potted shrubs, baskets filled with large leaves, and all sorts of other greenery you wouldn’t know the name of unless you were a botanist. Self-labeled as a plant and paper shop, you can buy all the plants they have out on display, as well as a unique and large selection of notebooks, postcards, posters, and prints. The store also sells books that would look oh-so-chic on your coffee table. And there’s also some accessories for sale: candles, trays, and coasters, to name a few. Check out their beautiful website before you head to the shop, here.

Salt & Sundry

1624 14th Street NW, Washington, D.C., 20009 Hours: Mon.– Fri., 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. | Sat., 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. | Sun., 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. [gallery columns="2" ids="5493,5492"] Salt & Sundry is the big sister of Little Leaf. While Little Leaf specializes in greenery, Salt & Sundry is stocked with all the rest of the dreamy home décor pieces your heart and Instagram feed desires. The store is beautifully decorated with warm tones and a bright color palette. You can get décor ideas just from walking around the store! If you’re into entertaining, they sell all the cutest things for your kitchen -- from plates, to cups, to mugs, to coasters, to cheeseboards! And if you like to add a little alcohol to the party, the store has all the bar equipment you need to make you feel like a mixologist. Plus, they’ve got cute throw pillows, heavenly smelling candles, an assortment of beauty and skincare products, and books upon books for your coffee table on a variety of subjects like home décor (so you can truly become a pro), fashion, and anything deemed to be pretty and photographable. To shop online or learn more about Salt & Sundry, you can visit their website here.

Miss Pixies

1626 14th Street NW, Washington, D.C., 20009 Hours: open daily, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. [gallery columns="2" ids="5488,5489"] Miss Pixies is an antique shop with a lot of personality. You can buy everything from large pieces of furniture to vintage records, books, and even silverware. The store has been around since 1997 and describes its style as “Victorian to yesterday with a bit of midcentury and shabby chic thrown in.” New items come in every Wednesday (on their website, you can get a picture preview on new inventory), and they buy all their inventory at local auctions. Don’t be shy about taking your time walking around space; your dream trinket could be hiding in any corner! For more information on Miss Pixies, their story, and any events they host, you can visit their website here. Have you been to any of these home décor shops? Let us know what you loved in the comments below!

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