These Houston artisans make the sweetest Texas-themed home decor

Meet the Houston women behind three of our favorite local home decor shops on Etsy. Photo: Heather Stickell, Chief Designer, Hearst

Photo: Heather Stickell, Chief Designer, Hearst

Meet the Houston women behind three of our favorite local home decor shops on Etsy.

If you’re anything like me, you love to see the silhouette of the great state of Texas plastered on just about anything. The Houston artisans featured here do just that, but in the classiest, most artistic ways.

From handmade wall signs to flocked doormats and wooden welcome signs customized to show off our Texas pride, you can get it all in their online Etsy shops. In case you’ve never heard of Etsy, it’s a global market place filled with handmade and vintage items of all kinds.

Whether you’re looking for new home decor for your own place or personalized housewarming gifts, their products are picture perfect! Trust me, when it comes to the sweetest Texas-themed home decor, you won’t have to look any further than this page.

Lindsey and Lauren, owners of Doormat DeCoir Photo: Lauren And Lindsey Mandola

Photo: Lauren And Lindsey Mandola

About Doormat DeCoir

Twins Lauren and Lindsey, born and raised in Tomball, have always had an eye for design and a love for home improvement projects. Their interests in creating flocked doormats began as a hobby in their garage, but has since evolved into a flourishing online business.

Their motto: “If you can think it, we can make it. And if you can’t think it, we can still make it.” The sisters design, manufacture and print every doormat right here in Houston. “It brings us great pleasure to bring humor, style, and comfort into your home, especially during these trying times,” they said. Both their humor and love for Texas shows in their Texas doormat designs.

Editor’s Favorite Item

Personalized Texas Doormat –

59.00Shop Now


Style Tip: Place a patterned cotton rug under these doormats for an irresistible layered look that’s on trend!


Owners’ Favorite Item

Texas Welcome Mat –

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Michelle, owner of The Narrow Street Photo: Michelle Stone

About The Narrow Street

Michelle opened her Etsy shop in 2019 after years of wholesaling her custom-made home décor and gifts. Her shop is filled with thousands of the cutest personalized items like makeup cases, hand towels, and coasters. But, it’s her Texas-themed home décor that we’re crazy about!

Michelle, a lifelong Houstonian who met and married her kindergarten classmate, has a deep love for the Bayou City. “I love the can-do spirit of everyone in Houston, and Texas for that matter,” she said. “I also love the diversity in the people and how everyone is willing to help others and come together in time of need.”

Editor’s Favorite Item

Personalized Wall-mount Key Hanger –

37.99Shop Now

Owner’s Favorite Item

Personalized Texas Home with Heart Throw Pillow –

18.99Shop Now

Haley and Julia of JH Designs Houston Photo: Haley And Julia Of JH Designs

Photo: Haley And Julia Of JH Designs

About JH Designs Houston

Julia and her daughter Haley enjoy crafting together. So when friends started asking them to make crafts for them too, they knew they were good at it. That’s when they decided to create an online business on Etsy, and they’re glad they did. “My favorite thing about being an Etsy shop owner is being able to create beautiful things for my customers,” Julia said. “We do a lot of custom, one-of-a-kind designs, and [it] makes our customers very happy to put their ideas on wood to display in their home.”

A resident of Houston for 40 years, Julia is happy to be a part of H-Town’s diverse community. She especially loves that her children have had cultural experiences she never dreamed of having 40 years ago. You’ll see both her and Haley’s love for Texas in all their Texas-themed home décor.

Editor’s Favorite Item

Texas Welcome Porch Sign –

87.00Shop Now

Shop Best Seller

Stove Cover, Charcuterie Board –

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Micolette Davis is the Local Deals Curator for Hearst Newspapers. Email her at [email protected]

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