While testing out furniture in a physical store can enhance your shopping experience (and if that’s what you’re looking for, we’ve got a list of the best stores across the country), the downside is the lack of accessibility, hefty price points, and limited options. Sure, it’s nice to test out big-ticket items like a mattress until you find one that suits your sleeping habits, but in terms of selection, the Internet definitely has the brick-and-mortar shopping experience beat. Online, almost every store, and style you can imagine are just a few clicks away. You may not be able to sample out a couch when you shop online, but you’re able to read extensive reviews, and you can also search for the precise item you want, narrowed down by your price range, all from the comfort of your own home.
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But with all the options available, shopping for furniture online can become pretty overwhelming. That’s why we’ve narrowed down the must-shop spots. These are the best online furniture stores, from shops you may not have heard of to brands you already know and love. We’ve made it easy for you to curate a space that reflects your personality. You can finally give your home major character thanks to swoon-worthy finds in just about every aesthetic and price. Don’t wait, check out the stores on this list and you’ll be adding the perfect accent chair or nightstand to your cart soon enough!
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Josie Upholstered Platform Bed, $305
There’s virtually nothing you can’t find at Wayfair. If you want something in particular, Wayfair probably has it, and at a can’t-beat price to top it off. There, you’ll find hundreds and hundreds of options for pretty much every item imaginable, from bar stools to bed frames.
Briget Accent Table, $329
Lulu & Georgia—a great store for affordable and high-end pieces— has a wide selection of super chic furniture, from unique accent tables (like this one!) to stunning velvet beds, along with tons of decor and accents, too. It also has a stylish children’s section, so you can outfit your kids’ rooms, too.
Riviera Counter Stool, $378
Lovers of preppy coastal style know Serena & Lily for its classically chic furniture and decor—the Riviera stools are the perfect example.
Ellsworth Neutral Tufted Sofa,
$2,999 ($2249.25, 25% off)
Searching for a place where you know you can land high-quality, designer furniture for less? The Neiman Marcus furniture section is calling out to you and with the endless sales, you’re sure to get a deal in no time. Just make sure you factor in delivery fees!
Rivet Emerly Media Console, $631
No list of online furniture stores would be complete without Amazon. You probably already know you can find furniture (and tons of it) on the site, but did you know that Amazon has its own furniture lines, Rivet and Stone & Beam? Whether your style’s more industrial, mid-century modern, or full-on Joanna Gaines-inspired, Amazon has you covered.
Drew Barrymore Flower Home Accent Chair, $310
You know you can count on Walmart for things like groceries and other home essentials, but you can also find tons of stylish furniture on the brand’s website at rock-bottom prices. Especially if you’re checking out collections like Drew Barrymore Flower Home or the brand’s in-house MoDRN line.
Ecobirdy Charlie Chair, $199
Goodee—founded by the brothers behind cult fashion accessory brand WANT Les Essentiels—is a marketplace full of unique home goods from a variety of fair-trade vendors and artisans. The products you’ll find on its platform are exclusively from brands and artisans who “make a positive social or environmental impact,” according to its website. These fun (and sustainably made!) chairs are a perfect example of all the cool pieces that await you at Goodee.
Shelving System, $740
Floyd made waves for its popular platform bed, but now the company offers a range of furniture in a simplified, modern aesthetic, including this sleek, customizable shelving system.
Easy Edge Bar Cabinet, $1,950
If you’re looking for products that bring ease through form and function, Sundays offers no-fuss furniture built to last. Choose from a sofa perfect for movie night or a dining chair that tucks away neatly under your table. We awarded the Easy Edge Bar Cabinet a Live Better Award for its ability to fit into small spaces and have an impact.
Floransa Mod Geometric Area Rug, $111.49
Shopping through Overstock feels like it’s Black Friday every single time. The online retailer has everything you can imagine including area rugs under $200, kitchen decor, and outdoor furniture. The deals are endless so you’re sure to find high-quality products for a fraction of the original price.
Hailey Sofa, $1,613
Depending on what you’re shopping for at Apt2B, its prices vary from surprisingly affordable to a little more high end. For a huge selection of sofas and sectionals, the website is a must-visit. You can also find huge discounts on items in the brand’s outlet section, and you can buy decor items there, too.
Farmhouse Dining Table, $1,200 and up
Thought Etsy was only for art, decor, and crafty gifts? Think again. Not only will you find tons of cool antique and vintage furniture there, you’ll also find some pretty amazing hand-crafted furniture, like the gorgeous farmhouse-style wooden bench and dining table seen here made by Archer Home Designs.
Evelyn Coffee Table, $625
It doesn’t matter if you’re on the hunt for new high-end pieces or you prefer antique and vintage furniture and decor, One Kings Lane has it all—and a huge inventory of it, to boot. (The chairs category has more than 1,000 results at the moment, just for example.) And if you somehow don’t see anything you like, you can use Palette by One Kings Lane to customize a small selection of furniture with different fabric options.
Avignon Weathered Oak Side Table, $595
Long a favorite of tastemakers in the U.K., Oka recently expanded stateside, where it quickly became a go-to for interior designers who love the array of chic furniture and accessories with a focus on supporting independent crafters.
Slope Nomad Leather Sofa, $1,995
Burrow is an internet favorite that’s best known for its sofas (like this gorgeous leather option, which, by the way, has nearly 1,000 reviews and a 4.5 star rating), but you’ll also find chairs, ottomans, tables, shelves, rugs, and more. Burrow’s sofas and sectionals are modular, so you can rearrange and grow them as you need to.
Linker Tables, $175
High end style awaits you at Jayson Home, a designer favorite where furniture and decor are hand-picked (by both the brand’s creative director and VP and director of merchandising) from all around the world. It’s an especially fun store to visit IRL, but luckily Jayson Home’s impressive inventory is online, too. Oh, and it’s another great stop for vintage pieces.
Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman, $5,995
If it’s authentic modern decor you’re after, there’s no better source than DWR. Offering authentic designs from the likes of Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, Eero Saarinen, and more, the site is the best place to begin your design collection (and offers robust reviews and background on those investment pieces, to boot).
The Essential Sectional, $1,395
A newcomer on the market, Sabai has a small selection for now—notably, a sofa, a sectional, and an ottoman, all of which coordinate with each other and come in multiple colors. Sabai’s furniture is made sustainably, using fabrics that are made from recycled fibers and water bottles, and it’s all produced in High Point, North Carolina. Pieces are even shipped in recycled boxed without plastic, too.
Albany Loveseat, $999
What started in 2008 as Darryl Sharpton’s side hustle while playing football at the University of Miami became a bona fide furniture business, selling affordable, direct-to-consumer pieces online, in 2017. We love the many size options for any space.
Mid-Century Telephone Bench, $549
West Elm making this list shouldn’t surprise you, but just in case you’ve never been to one of the brand’s stores, you should definitely check out its website. With prices on the higher end of affordable and a selection that goes well beyond furniture (though it does furniture so well), you’ll definitely want to check out the site.
Cream Printed Storage Stool, $210
Jungalow doesn’t have the biggest selection of furniture to offer, but if your style leans boho, you can’t miss this store. In terms of furniture, you’ll find gorgeous, textured stools, side tables, ottomans, and benches—not to mention every kind of decor from rugs to planters.
The Milo Armchair, $3,900
Interior designer Marie Burgos has a small-but-mighty selection of furniture to shop online, including this stunning velvet armchair (pictured with coordinating bean ottomans!) made with a hand-crafted wooden frame. If you’re on the search for unique, modern, high-end pieces, look no further.
Oatmeal Woven Noelle Sofa and Ottoman, $800
At World Market, you’ll find quite the wide selection of items, from furniture (of course, that’s why you’re here!) to clothes, food, and more. You can shop for furniture by room like you can at most online furniture stores, but you can also shop by style, which is so handy.
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
Keane Side Chair, $1,196
If you’re looking for long-lasting quality, consider investing in options by MGBW Home, which makes its upholstery in the U.S. and offers a myriad of upholstery options in velvets, leathers, and more.
Tilda Chair, $250
Now celebrating its 10th year, Industry West offers an assortment of furnishings that marries favorite modern shapes with trendy details and materials.
Merriton Charging Nightstand, $398
If you’re not already obsessed with Anthropologie’s home section, it needs to be on your radar. Okay, so its prices aren’t exactly affordable (though some pieces might surprise you!), but if Anthropologie is in your price range, you’ll find tons of stunning, unique pieces—like the gleaming primrose mirror I’ve been dreaming about for ages.
Cline Counter Stool, $199
If you’ve been to your local Pottery Barn IRL, you know it’s long been a staple for classic, chic furniture and decor. But if you’ve never shopped the store online, you might not realize just how much there is to choose from in Pottery Barn’s inventory—and how much of it can work on even a smaller budget.
Upholstered Bench, $200
If you’re thinking, “Bed Bath & Beyond? What?” I’m here to tell you that yes, the brand does sell furniture, and its selection is surprisingly (1) large, (2) chic, and (3) affordable. And, if you’re a Bed Bath & Beyond loyalty program member, you get 20 percent off every purchase you make, so, you do the math there.
Hastings Leather Chair, $2,699
On the more expensive side, Rejuvenation is another great place to look if you’re working with a higher budget. Whether you’re searching for the perfect leather chair, like this one, or you’re hoping for a unique vintage piece to come along, this store has you covered. Not to mention, it’s a smart destination for cool lighting, hardware, and more.
Brunello Dining Table, $1,349
If you’ve never shopped at Ballard Designs, you’re in for a treat. Think designer-approved high style and quality on a budget that’s more accessible than you’d expect. The best part? You can order custom furniture here at around the same price point, with tons of fabric options to choose from (which, by the way, you can also buy by the yard!).
Sayer Console Table, $140
Target is a store you already know and love, but while you can find furniture in the retail giant’s physical locations, there’s even more to be had online. On Target’s website, you’ll find pages and pages of furniture to choose from, all at low prices and in a huge range of styles.
Pleat Pouf Ottoman, $249
Think of CB2 as like, Crate & Barrel’s cool little sister: The same quality you know and love, but with a little extra flair. CB2 only has physical stores in 15 locations, but you don’t have to live near one to take shop there—online, there’s a wealth of furniture and decor items you’ll love.
Henley Cabinet, $3,800
Design legend Bunny Williams is behind this store, which is full of her original designs as well as reproductions of her favorite antique pieces. The inventory here may not be as big as some of the other stores on this list, but the furniture and decor you do find there is gorgeous and unique—the fact that it’s all shoppable online is really a gift.
French Iron Canopy Fabric Bed, $1,871 – $2,471 for a queen
RH is known for its huge catalog full of luxe, architectural furniture, decor, hardware, and more. And, if you become an RH member for $100 each year, you’ll have access to member pricing, which means a 25 percent discount on everything, alongside some other cool perks.
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