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Main Line and Western Suburbs: Home Goods and Services

From Main Line Today – Top-notch home furnishing shops that make the grade.

If you are staging your Main Line home for sale or thinking about how you want to decorate, here are the Main Line Today magazine choices for tops on the Main Line and Western Suburbs!

Home Accessories Isabella Sparrow We envy anyone who has the time to scour the vintage marketplace or to travel to various locales in search of farmhouse-chic inspiration. Which is why we envy Isabella Sparrow owner Hillary O’Carroll, who takes the legwork out of finding unique treasures with a personalized touch. 1012 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr, (717) 327-7285,

Home Furnishings Willow From accent lighting to sleek consoles, Willow’s Jen Fuller has an eye for the just the sort of pieces you need to complete your space. 385 Lancaster Ave., Haverford, (610) 642-6555,

Tabletop Selection  Home Grown This Main Line fixture is a top choice for local brides-to-be. Mix-and-match dinnerware alone can easily prompt an all-or-nothing impulse purchase. Thankfully, the staff is always happy to steer you in a more selective (read: practical) direction.  393 W. Lancaster Ave., Haverford, (610) 642-3601,

New Furniture Showroom Studio 882 We want to live in this showroom—it’s that gorgeous. Deftly displaying top names like Baker and CR Laine alongside work from celebrated artisans, each vignette looks as if it’s been plucked from the pages of a high-end interior-design magazine. Studio 882 also offers full design services. 882 Baltimore Pike, Chadds Ford, (610) 314-8820,

Personalized Scents Silvanus This all-natural apothecary is all about creating signature scents from essential oils mixed on-site. The homemade soaps are equally intoxicating, with ingredients such  as seaweed, cucumber and organic tea-tree oil. 121 W. Market St., West Chester, (484) 319-6215,

Art Restoration Pennsylvania Art Conservatory For four decades, this unassuming shop has proven that paintings—much like jewelry— need periodic cleanings and damage control. With an emphasis on “conservatory,” the shop begins with a careful evaluation,  They’ll tackle yellowing varnish or a battered  canvas. They can even rebuild a hand-carved gilt frame. 636 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn, (610) 644-4300,

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