10 years ago a little bee had a dream:
To open a homestore in Philadelphia that would feature all of the best furniture, home décor, gifts, art and so much more. The dream is now!! Come see us at 734 South. You’ll be inspired by all of the beauty within these walls handpicked by our interior design team.
So in the beginning, owner and founder Anna Powers developed a company that brought staging to Philadelphia, and through her success grew a new kind of design company.
The dream blossomed, and as of November 2010, the Busybee Homestore and Design
Center has become a place where all the citizens of Philly can see, feel, smell, and even taste (we have gum) the best of busybee. Built on the premise of affordable design, busybee offers furniture, a lá carte design, art, lighting, tile, houseware, baby selections, and gifts for any occasion. Customers can come down to 734 South to our built in home décor design center and experience everything busybee has to offer.
Who We Are
The Busybee Design Center features a team of talented interior designers who can assist
you whether you are looking for a single furniture item, a finished living room or the
skillful planning and design of a new home’s design renovation. We decided to make
design more approachable to the general public by creating an a lá carte menu so you can
come in schedule everything from a color consult to a design consultation. No matter
your design needs or interests, we are here to listen and help you improve your humble
Busybee has built a great staging and interior design reputation one satisfied client at a
time. We pride ourselves in tackling every project as if it were our only job. No matter
how small or large the project is, you will get a committed and passionate team working
with you to make your home perfect.
Our design clients have included the homes of several professional football, baseball and
hockey players, like Marvin Harrison and Michael Vick, local television personalities, the
owner of the Philadelphia Racetrack, the owner of a historic civil war museum/mansion
and everything in between.