Sure it’s affordable, easy, and their meatballs are pretty darn moreish too. But there are plenty of more original options to choose from when it comes to furnishing your pad in Seattle.
So whether you’re moving into new digs or giving your condo a refresh, here are seven great furniture stores in Seattle that are definitely not IKEA:
Tirto Furniture truly is a family business that is inspired by the antiques in their family’s private collection. Tirto seeks to blend traditional and contemporary styles in the design of its furniture.
Kasala sells so much more than dining room furniture. The shop has furniture to fill your living room, bedroom, office, rugs, lighting, and accessories. They even have an outlet shop with 10-40% off list pricing.
Room and Board offers free design services including furniture selection, floor planning, color, paint, and material selection, home decor selection, and business design services. The shop focuses on modern design with artisan-crafted furniture and home decor that’s made to mix and can complement any home.
The Furniture Guy is a consignment store featuring an eclectic mix of styles and products. The shop is always changing as new items arrive daily.
Have your house be one of a kind with furniture from Space Oddity Vintage Furniture Studio. The spot has a curated collection of authentic Mid-Century Modern, vintage industrial, contemporary modern furniture, as well as design oddities.
No two visits to Retrofit Home will ever be the same. The shop is constantly changing and evolving, just like a rotating catalog of retro style with only a few signature items that they always keep in stock.
If you’re craving a new look for your home office space, look no further than vintage furniture store Homestead Seattle to provide you with all the right pieces. With everything from mod console tables to wall decor, rugs, and plants, your space will be revamped in no time.