If you’ve recently purchased property in the Lowcountry, congratulations! There’s nothing better than finding the home of your dreams. Now it’s time for the most exciting (and sometimes daunting) task of all – decorating.
Filling each room with beautiful furniture, accessories, and artwork is the best way to express your individual style and taste. Turn your empty house into a home by visiting one of these exquisite Charleston furniture stores.
Some of the Best Charleston Furniture Stores
Founded in 1955, Southeastern Galleries is one of the oldest and most respected furniture stores in Charleston. The 30,000 square foot showroom displays some of the best living, dining, bedroom, and outdoor furniture in the Carolinas. They even have a vast selection of hand-knotted Oriental rugs. Browse the collection online or stop by the store on Ashley River Road to see what’s available.
Elizabeth Stuart Design
Elizabeth Stuart Design features home furnishings, fabrics, accessories, and artwork from around the world. This store is located on Coleman Boulevard and is recognized as one of the Southeast’s premier design emporiums. From unique storage and seating to rare tables and desks, you’re sure to find the perfect piece for your home.
GDC Home offers a huge selection of home furnishings and accessories from some of the best vendors in the industry. You’ll find indoor and outdoor furniture, area rugs, lighting, and a wide array of accessories. Owners Harry and Cathy Gregorie travel as far as China, India, and Indonesia for items that will excite and intrigue customers. Visit the GDC showroom in Mount Pleasant, West Ashley, or Freshfields Village between Kiawah and Seabrook Island.
David Skinner Antiques
Nothing adds timeless elegance and sophistication to your home quite like vintage furniture. For one-of-a-kind antiques and period pieces, head to David Skinner Antiques on King Street. This store specializes in Caribbean/West Indies furniture and classical American/European mahogany furniture. They offer an extensive collection of beds, mirrors, desks, tables, fireplace equipment, and more.
Tucked away on Queen Street, Curiosity is a must-see antique shop in Charleston’s historic French Quarter. Stop by to view their beautiful antique furniture and vintage home accessories. This little store is usually open on the weekends and sometimes during the week. We recommend calling ahead to schedule an appointment.
Geo. C. Birlant & Co.
George Birlant was a realtor in the early 1900’s who was exposed to the finer contents of many Lowcountry homes. He became one of the southeast’s most gifted estate auctioneers and opened his own antique store in 1922. Today, Geo. C. Birlant & Co. offers exceptional antique furniture and unparalleled service at their storefront King Street.
Become a Charleston Resident with Pam Harrington Exclusives
Are you thinking about relocating to the Holy City? Let Pam Harrington Exclusives find your dream home. We have a wide variety of properties for sale on Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island, Johns Island, Wadmalaw Island, and the historic Charleston peninsula. Search our website to see what’s currently available and call our real estate team to schedule a showing. We look forward to hearing from you!
For more information on Charleston furniture stores and other great places to shop, check out our Charleston area guide.