The Roman designer’s guide: the best furniture stores in Rome
Spring time is finally here! And it’s definitely the perfect occasion to make some changes to your flat’s decor by adding some new interior design pieces. As a city of art, Rome is full of amazing designer stores! And to help you in your quest to find the best furniture and home decor stores, we’ve made a selection of our favorite ones.
Galleria MiaVia di Ripetta, 224 (Popolo)
Open from Tuesday to Saturday: 10.30am – 2pm , 3.30pm – 7.30pm
Footsteps from Piazza di Spagna you’ll find Galleria Mia’s beautiful interior design shop. From bedroom and bathroom must-haves, to kitchenware and simple accessories, you will find in the permanent and limited collections every piece you need to furnish your flat. Founded by three women bound by the same love for the beautiful and the unique and an unconventional luxury idea, Galleria Mia is the place to be if you are looking for exceptional pieces. At this beautiful interior design store, retro style flirts with contemporary style, bringing the best of both worlds. If you’re in need of some inspiration, take a look at their Instagram account!
Via Santa Maria del Pianto, 55 (Jewish Quarter)
Open from Monday to Friday: 10am – 2pm, 3.30pm – 7.30pm / Saturday: 10am – 7.30pm / Sunday: 10.30am – 2pm and 3.30pm – 7.30pm
If you love design and Asian inspirations, you will love the gallery Yaki. Finesse, style, attention to detail and passion are at the core of Yaky’s philosophy. It doesn’t matter how many times you step inside Yaky, each time it will feel like a journey back in time and through different cultures: from Art Deco and modern style, to Western and Asian styles, if you are into new design experimentation with a taste of ancient artisanal techniques, Yaky will be your wonderland. You can ask for personal advice or let the architects and interior designers surprise you.
Via Savoia, 26/A (Nomentano)
Open from Monday to Friday: 10am – 7.30pm / Saturday: 10am – 1.30pm and 3.30pm – 7.30pm
A nordic wind has been blowing on the Eternal City this past year, and especially in this store-gallery specialised in Nordic design. Located in Rome for almost 20years, Sleepers proposes classic and original design, always in a conscious and fashionable spirit. And if you are not ready to buy a new sofa, for sure you can just take a look at their collection of accessories selected with taste and passion. As the name suggests, at Sleepers you can find high quality Danish bed comforters made with white goose feathers, hypoallergenic and also suitable for newborns. Their brands include Muuto, Normann Copenhagen, Fatboy and many other.
Via Panisperna, 42 (Monti)
Open Monday: 4pm – 8pm / Tuesday to Saturday: 10am – 2pm, 4pm – 8pm
It would have been impossible not to mention an interior design store in Monti! This area will never stop to surprise with its artistic vibes, and Atelier Monti definitely brings a little bit of this amazing Roman neighbourhood to your place. From ceiling to floor decorations, and for every room of your place you will find everything you need at Atelier Monti. Pop colors, creative designs and finesse, that’s what you find here. In their ideas laboratory you can also work on custom furnitures!
viale Liegi, 7b (Parioli)
Open from Monday to Saturday: 10am – 1.30pm and 4.30pm – 8pm
Resembling a loft in Brooklyn, this store is where the theater of design in Rome takes place. Mixing classic curves and ultra-modern colors, this place is for lovers of decoration and interior experimentation. “The industrial and vintage style reborn” as they say, and we confirm it. Fun fact: the name is no coincidence, some pieces directly come from movie sets. Massive wooden and steel wardrobes, or thin and colorful tables and chairs, it’s for whoever dreamed to live in a movie… At least you may win the Oscar of best interior decoration! Ready? Set, action!
Ines Art Design
Piazza della Suburra, 6 (Monti)
Open from Monday to Friday: 9pm – 1pm and 2pm – 6pm
We’re in Monti again, hidden away close to the metro stop Cavour. Ines Art Design is a show room that proposes a perfect interaction between lights and shadows through the use of contrasting colors and materials. They love to play with shapes, colors and materials, so let’s play with your inspiration! The Italian artist and designer Oçilunam founded In-es.artdesign in 2003, his objectives was to reunite art, craft and interior design. Saying that he reached his goal is an understatement.
Via d’Aracoeli, 37-39 (Piazza Venezia)
Open from Monday to Saturday: 10.30am – 7.30pm
Here again Roman style meets nordic design. In this mini-store you’ll mainly find accessories to decorate every room of your place. The selection is refined and with just enough sophistication. Dispensabile has been created by three architect friends passionate about Scandinavian lines and shapes. Through the seasons, you’ll find different collections, always refreshing, inventive and inspiring.
La RinascenteVia del tritone, 61 (Trevi)
Open everyday from 9.30am – 11pm
Open since few month, the new Rinascente department store is on its own a prodigious piece of design, architecture and art. With its 8 floors you can’t miss anything you need, but the one that interests us here, is the underground floor designed by Claudio Silvestrin and Giuliana Salmaso. Here you can actually find any interior design piece you need or desire. Art pieces, gadgets, accessories, little furnitures, lightning, travel items, electronics and hi-fi…you can actually spend one hour, even more, in this magic area in the heart of Rome.
FóndacoVia della Frezza, 43 (Centro Storico)
Monday – Saturday from 11am – 7.30pm
If you want to know the latest trends in design, get yourself to Fóndaco. Their Design Gallery offers a keen eye into emerging designers. Foóndaco offers a mix of styles, from Italian contemporary designs to 20th century and Nordic designs. Their concept store is ideal to get inspiration but also perfect to purchase your next design piece. Don’t forget to step inside their lighting area to have a look at the best light design brands.