Where to Shop for Furniture in St. Louis

Creating a cozy sense of home has never been more popular—or more rewarding. To help you make the most of your surroundings, we’ve compiled a list of furniture stores—both local and national chains—that specialize in selling new accessories and furnishings. Want to know where to shop for vintage furniture? See our guide to the best antiques and vintage shops in St. Louis.

West County 


This family business started in 1975 with a sole focus on game rooms and has expanded over the past 48 years to include fine furnishings and accessories for every room in the house–as well as rugs of all shapes and sizes. Additional furnishings such as bar stools and leather theater seating, as well as outdoor pieces like deep seating, dining sets and chaise lounges, are also sold here.     

Ethan Allen 

Founded in 1932, this national retailer sells top quality furniture and accessories for the home, including custom upholstery, furniture, and window treatments. Don’t miss the company’s selection of quick ship items, from sofas to sections, ottomans, and chairs. Tools such as the 3D Room Planner, rug visualizer, and more make designing a room less daunting.  

Carol House Furniture

If you’re from St. Louis, Carol House and its sibling owners Brook and Amy Dubman may feel like old friends, known for their local-famous catchphrase, “Because you like nice things.” Founded in 1964 by Nat Dubman, this proud family business has sold quality furniture at reasonable prices for more than 58 years. In two stores with more than 75,000 square feet of showroom apiece, the selection is extensive, offering dozens of brands including Bernhardt, Flexsteel, Hooker, Caracole, Rachel Ray Home, Jonathan Louis International and more.

Décor Interiors

Décor Interiors has been a fixture on Olive Blvd. in Chesterfield since 1966 and part of the St. Louis area since the 1920s. Third-generation owner Joe Fredlich goes out of his way to make customers feel at home and Décor is a favorite of many of discerning St. Louis homeowners for its selection of quality brands including American Leather, IDS Group, Lazar, Whiteline Modern Living, and Nourison rugs. 

Hearth & Soul 

Last year, Susie Busch-Transou introduced St. Louis to her home and lifestyle boutique, opening Hearth & Soul’s third national location in the heart of Ladue. The concept she refers to as “hospitality retail” is designed to look like a private residence with inviting and well-appointed ‘rooms,’ including a hearth room, kitchen, dining room, bar, patio, library, bed and bath. Everything on display can be purchased and taken home right away. Busch-Transou carries furniture brands such as Four Hands, Made Goods, and Verellen– as well as beautiful décor and accessories from around the world.

House of Denmark

Since 1977, House of Denmark has been a destination for St. Louisans seeking fine modern and contemporary furniture of European and Scandinavian Design, including classic teak from Denmark and Italian steel and leather. In its large showroom on Olive Boulevard, House of Denmark features brands like Natuzzi Italia, Max Divani, and IMG Norway in addition to its own lines.


People may forget that one of America’s largest and oldest department stores sells fine furniture, but Macy’s is a great option for everything from sofas and sectionals to tables to beds with both in-stock and customizable options available in its local showrooms at West County Center, the Saint Louis Galleria, South County Center and in Fairview Heights at St. Clair Square. Financing is also available for customers with a Macy’s credit card.

Marketplace at the Abbey

Now located in Manchester, Missouri, near the intersection of Manchester and Old Meramec Station Roads, Marketplace at the Abbey curates some of the area’s most unique home furnishings, decor, florals and housewares. The boutique also carries a wide selection of CR Laine Custom Furniture, handcrafted in North Carolina.  

Mueller Furniture

With three locations in Ellisville, Lake St. Louis, and Belleville, Ill., Mueller Furniture has been in business since 1927. While it carries a wide array of furniture in every style for every room, solid wood Amish furniture is the heart of its selection. Its Amish-made dining, bedroom, and home office furniture can be customized in finishes, sizing, and detailing. Additionally, Mueller carries quality products such as Flexsteel, Palliser, Smith Brothers, Hooker and more.

Pottery Barn 

Pottery Barn and its sister stores PB Teen and Pottery Barn Kids are mainstays at Plaza Frontenac and offer classic, timeless home furnishings and accessories for every space. In-store design consultants can help narrow choices and find the perfect look to suit your home. Kids and teens love the fresh and functional bedroom furniture and accompanying bedding in the stores specifically tailored to their rooms.

Reclaim Renew

Located in historic Downtown Kirkwood, Reclaim Renew takes reclaimed barn wood and creates new, one-of-a-kind furniture pieces that are both beautiful and sustainable. Customers are involved in the design process for the most personal result, whether it’s a rustic dining table, entertainment center, coffee and end tables, beds, or outdoor furniture. 

RF Home Co

Started by husband and wife team Nicole and Brandt Genz, RF Home Co creates beautiful custom cabinetry and custom furniture pieces, as well as selling other furniture and home decor items in its large Kirkwood retail store. The store includes booths and items from over 50 local brands/makers in addition to its own RF Home Co merchandise. All furniture is available only for in-store pick up.  

Shubert Design Furniture 

A local family business since 1980, this Manchester store was founded by newlyweds Jim and Linda Shubert. While Jim has since retired, Linda remains the creative heart of the team, using her background in interior design to select the highest quality merchandise. Shubert has thousands of in stock pieces in its 22,000-square-foot showroom, and offers custom orders on brands like Canadel, Durham, Bernhardt, Stickley, Lexington, Vaughan-Bassett and more.



This longstanding national retailer with a local store at the Saint Louis Galleria carries an extensive line of home furnishings and décor. “Anthropologie offers unique pieces that are only available for a limited time. That way your home won’t necessarily look like your neighbor’s,” says interior designer Joni Spear.


Focused on sustainably sourced furnishings and décor, Arhaus has an expansive showroom in Brentwood offering both in stock and custom-order furniture in a range of styles. Laurie LeBoeuf of Castle Design likes Arhaus because, she says, “the store has a variety of accent pieces that often feel a bit more worn or rustic, if you want a casual and comfortable look and feel.” Arhaus carries a wide array of fabric selections, she adds, and accepts the customer’s own material. 

Crate and Barrel

A favorite of homeowners across the country since its founding in 1962, Crate and Barrel’s two-story Brentwood showroom offers everything for the home, including new and bestselling furniture collections in a range of styles. “Crate & Barrel is becoming much more fashion forward than some trade exclusive vendors, especially with the recent Athena Calderone collection,” says interior designer Jessie D. Miller. “It’s adaptable, attainable and incredibly chic.”

Expressions Furniture

Located in Clayton, Expressions offers custom furniture for any room of the house, from armchairs to sectionals and loveseats. Its annual floor sample sale is a highly anticipated event. “Expressions carries product lines that are otherwise exclusive to-the-trade, and makes them available to the public. One can order a customizable sofa, table, or pillow,” says interior designer Joni Spear.

Metro Lighting 

With six locations in Missouri, including showrooms in Brentwood, Chesterfield, and Cape Girardeau among others, Metro Lighting offers top-notch lighting collections for both interiors and exteriors. Don’t miss out, though, on its wide selection of furniture and home accents, from seating and cocktail tables to home office and fireplace mantels. 


RH has come a long way since its roots as Restoration Hardware, rebranding and elevating its product lines to become a favorite among trendsetting homeowners and designers alike. “They are great for clean-lined pieces, whether you’re looking for occasional tables, accents, or soft seating. They have done a really beautiful job with their modern collection, mixing different textures and materials to achieve a striking, yet timeless look,” says designer Laurie LeBoeuf. Visit their gallery on the second level of Plaza Frontenac. 

West Elm

With a spacious store at the Saint Louis Galleria, West Elm is a favorite of shoppers looking for high quality, stylish pieces that look designer but at a fraction of the price. Their mid-century inspired lines are particularly popular among fans of a modern aesthetic. The store offers free in-store design appointments with experts who can help with product selection and project goals. 

Wilson Lighting 

A top local destination for high quality lighting, Wilson’s Clayton showroom offers much more. “You wouldn’t think to look there for furniture, but they have some amazing pieces that are available to purchase and take home right from the showroom,” says home stager Stephanie Brunt of Olive and Opal Interiors. The stores carry brands like Currey and Company, Uttermost, Regina Andrew, Cyan and others.

St. Louis City 

Centro Modern Furnishings

Located in the Central West End since 1988, Centro is St. Louis’ foremost retailer for high-end modern designer furniture, lighting, and accessories. The store carries complete collections from such renowned brands as B&B Italia, Cassina, Herman Miller, Knoll and more. “Centro has an unparalleled selection of modern furniture, including a wide selection of high-design Italian product lines and mid-century classics,” says architect and designer Jessica Senne of Studio Lark. “We love that many of the sofas, chairs, and stools are customizable when it comes to textiles and finishes.”

Goebel Furniture

Bench-made in a 101-year-old production facility in North St. Louis, Goebel’s handcrafted American wood furniture is either small-batch or custom made, resulting in a unique and high-end piece of furniture. Founder, President and Design Director Martin Goebel brings artistry to Goebel’s signature line of chairs, beds, cabinets, desks, benches, stools and tables. His Luna Chair, Luna Rocker, and Luna Dining Chair are instant classics.


When the iconic Swedish home retailer opened its St. Louis store in 2015, customers lined up to be the first ones in the door. Fans of affordable, stylish furniture and home décor have long celebrated IKEA, especially iconic pieces like its POÄNG modern armchair, available in a variety of wood finishes and cushion options, that has been in production for over 40 years. IKEA offers versatile furniture for every home and is great for families with kids who don’t want to invest in pricey pieces that may get worn quickly. 

Warehaus by Nistenhaus

Both homeowners and trade contacts are welcome to work with Warehaus by Nistenhaus but appointments are encouraged. The Cherokee Showroom, located at 2118 Cherokee, stocks more than twenty dealers and is open Monday-Friday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Metro East

Mueller Furniture

With three locations in Ellisville, Lake St. Louis, and Belleville, Ill., Mueller Furniture has been in business since 1927. While it carries a wide array of furniture in every style for every room, solid wood Amish furniture is the heart of its selection. Its Amish-made dining, bedroom, and home office furniture can be customized in finishes, sizing, and detailing. Additionally, Mueller carries quality products such as Flexsteel, Palliser, Smith Brothers, Hooker and more.

Peerless Furniture & Leather Gallery 

Located in Fairview Heights in the Metro East and serving the entire St. Louis area, Peerless offers the area’s most extensive selection of leather sofas and chairs from top brands such as Flexsteel, Natuzzi, Fjords and Max Divani, as well as other furniture including Canadel dining sets. They boast the Midwest’s largest stock of Natuzzi leather. 


David Stine Furniture

Custom designed, sustainably harvested wood furniture by craftsman David Stine is a work of art. On his family’s 500-acre farm in Illinois, Stine grows, harvests, and mills the American hardwood he uses to build tables, beds, benches, desks, and table bases, often partnering with St. Louis’ top interior designers. “Perfection is how I would describe the product and the whole process,” says designer and frequent collaborator April Jensen of ADJ Interiors. “If you want anything done with wood he is the best.”

For more information about local interior designers and their passion for furniture—both old and new—click here. 


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