34 Beautiful Storefronts

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I’m so excited to end this week with the results of our most recent DS Hashtag Challenge: #DSStorefronts. My goal with this challenge was not just to find visual inspiration from great storefronts, but to also highlight some of the great brick-and-mortar shops across the globe. And your photos did not disappoint! From Mexico, Argentina, the UK, Australia and beyond, your snaps of amazing shops, stores and restaurants have given me so much inspiration. Beautifully lettered logos, neon signs, painted exteriors — these spaces have it all, and there are so many ideas here that could be carried into both home and studio designs.

So until Monday, here’s wishing you all a safe and happy weekend and lots to spark your creativity! Thank you again to everyone who shared their #dsstorefronts photos with us! Click through the slideshow above to see them all. xo, grace


  1. Nikki says:

    So many gorgeous shopfront gems! Thanks for posting this <3

  2. Stripes and triangles and flowers…. oh my! All of these are so divine. Off to get lost in #DSStorefronts.

  3. Theresa says:

    What an awesome gallery. So good to shine the spotlight on such well considered spaces :)

  4. BEC says:

    The 2nd pic. is “Frida” a disco/night club @ Palermo, Buenos Aires.

  5. Palm Heights says:

    Stripes and triangles and flowers…. oh my! All of these are so divine. Off to get lost in #DSStorefronts.

  6. Norah says:

    The Art Cafe in Little Compton, RI and Sanctuary on Green in South Euclid, OH are two beautiful spots to add!

  7. 509 Sarah says:

    I’ve visited the work shop in Portland (PDX) multiple times it’s easily one of my favorite places in the city:) Cool to see it on this list.


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