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The task of decorating your home with furniture bought online can feel incredibly risky. When you can’t cozy up in an armchair or get horizontal on a mattress in person, how can you ever be sure it’s “the one?” But it’s not as hard as you might think. With your measuring tape by your side and a few easy tips for shopping for furniture on the internet, buying online is no sweat. In fact, we’re making it even easier with this list of our best furniture stores to shop online. From artisanal boutiques you’ve never seen to that trendy store you didn’t realize sold furniture, these online furniture stores have got everything you need for the ultimate home makeover.
Article delivers showstopping designs without the high price tag. Get that on-trend, jewel-toned sofa you’ve been daydreaming of at a price you can afford. Plus, Article offers free delivery on orders over $999. As they operate direct-to-consumer, they can slash those added zeros right off.
What Editors Say
"My first big furniture purchase ever was my couch from Article, and the customer service, ordering, and delivery counldn't have been smoother. The website was very clear about when my options could be delivered, and there were tons of photos in the reviews section, so I could easily see how the couch would look in person—both of which were key in helping me narrow down my choices." — Kate Geraghty, Editorial Director
If Crate & Barrel is a sophisticated woman, CB2 is her cool younger sister. Sift through stunning marble coffee tables, supple leather seating, and artful fixtures until you find the perfect match for a fraction of what you pay at most high-end furniture retailers.
Lulu and Georgia
Hand-picked by interior design experts in Los Angeles, Lulu and Georgia, is your go-to for contemporary style at an affordable price. Their pieces are often exclusive to them, so you know you’re getting something special. Be sure to buy something you want when you see it as they tend to sell out.
We will never not love a good IKEA find. We’ve even been known to go down the rabbit hole of refurbished IKEA product before and afters—those chic-to-death IKEA hacks are borderline genius. But hacks aside, the truth is that sometimes it hits the spot for those minimal basics that won’t break the bank.
Serena & Lily
A great online resource for classic home furnishings and accessories, Serena & Lily always has something to fall in love with. From small statement items to larger furniture pieces that will withstand the trends, it’s bookmark-worthy at the very least for the ultimate in California casual style.
What don’t we buy on Amazon these days? Everything from our toilet paper to our best home decor is sourced from our Prime account (the 2-day shipping has us enamored). When looking for mid-century modern takes on things like seating, bar carts, and more, this is your go-to.
Amazon's Rivet line is worth checking out for mid-century, industrial-style décor.
Just like their fashion vertical, Zara Home is undeniably good. They just have this way of knowing exactly what we want before we do and for a very friendly price. Looking to spruce up a space that feels dated? Throw a few of their décor pieces into your cart and you’ll be surprised how quickly your home will feel like new.
What Editors Say
"Zara may be best known for its stylish selection of clothing, but its home collection shouldn't be missed. The ever-changing selection always features on-trend and classic items, and while the delivery time is a little longer than the two-day shipping many of us have come to expect, it's well worth it. Items arrive well-packaged and customer service is responsive and helpful if you run into any issues." — Bridget Mallon, Associate Editorial Director
When scouring the web for those eclectic accent pieces, we always end up in the depths of the UO home section. Rich colors, appropriately placed tassels—it never fails when adding a touch of bohemia to our space. Plus, their candles smell ridiculously good.
The Citizenry believes your home should be an extension of your journey, and we couldn’t agree more. They partner with local artisans all over the world to create a global marketplace that you can shop directly from the comfort of your couch. Their craftsman-sourced home goods will add a unique touch to any space.
What Editors Say
"I've added a handful of items from The Citizenry to my home over the years—a wall hanging, blanket, and one of their cult-status lumbar pillows to name a few—and have never been dissapointed. The artisan-made goods are high quality and as beautiful as they look in photos, and each item truly becomes a statement piece in whatever room you style it in." — Bridget Mallon, Associate Editorial Director
Super Marché Shop
Sourced from the flea markets of California to France, Super Marché is a collection of unforgettable one-of-a-kind pieces. Everything from dishware to antique designer pieces will have you wanting to scrap your current décor vibe and start anew. Hey, it’s cheaper than a ticket to Paris.
Always nailing our favorite interior looks, West Elm is the perfect one-stop-shop for all things home. Their simple designs pair well with just about anything, and it doesn’t hurt that they have great sales. Sign up for their emails to be the first to know when they slash their prices.
Chairish is a collector's happy place. The brand is a virtual flea market of sorts, where antiques are perfectly curated and approved by the Chairish team to meet your wildest décor dreams and standards. This is a great resource when looking for uncommon vintage art or original furniture you won’t find anywhere else.
We already love Anthropologie’s bohemian, feminine clothing, but their furniture? Absolutely a can’t miss. Sure, the pieces might not be the cheapest purchase of your life, but we think the timeless styles are worth it. Consider it an investment in your space.
What Editors Say
"I just purchased a new bedframe from Anthropolgie and cannot speak highly enough about the experience. The white glove delivery was truly impressive—Anthro offers Unlimited Furniture Delivery for $149, which includes delivering, unpacking, and assembling your items in the room of your choice—and it was such a relief to not have to figure out how to build the bed on my own." — Bridget Mallon, Associate Editorial Director
One Kings Lane
One Kings Lane is one of those places we can always trust to give us a dose of interior design inspiration. With everything from mid-century modern sofas to shabby chic nightstands, it’s the one-stop-shop for basically every style.
In a perfect world where we could live minimalistic lifestyles (without ridding our closets of all our precious keepsakes), it would look something like Muji’s website does every day. The Japanese company sells small-space designs with sharp lines and absolute simplicity.
We like to think of Maiden Home as the Warby Parker of furniture, their direct-to-consumer modeling ensures that you can get custom, handcrafted pieces at a fraction of the price. Plus, the brand offers a lifetime warranty—that’s how sure they are that their furniture is made to last.
Design Within Reach
The name says it all. Design Within Reach creates authentic, modern designs with accessibility. Unlike some designers who take months to commission a piece of furniture, DWR ensures that you’ll get exactly what you’re looking for.
If you’re the kind of person who dreads assembling furniture, consider Burrow your lifesaver. The brand specializes in seating that can be clicked into place in minutes—seriously! And the best part is that you can add on to the modular system when your needs and your space grow.
Worried about wasteful or potentially harmful materials? The answer is eco-friendly furniture. Medley uses toxin-free, retardant-free materials to create furniture that’s tailored to your unique space.
Just because you rent an apartment doesn’t mean you can’t decorate it like a three-bedroom house. Apt2B’s sophisticated furniture looks like the kind of stuff you’d find sprinkled in classy New York City showrooms, but all in one digital space.
With so many high-fashion, trendy designs, it can be easy to forget about the one thing that’s the most important with furniture: comfort. After all, you’ll spend the majority of your time sitting on your couch or laying on your bed. With Sixpenny, you get the best of both worlds—trendy designs that are incredibly cozy.
Lawson-Fenning is the avocado toast of furniture retailers: trendy, fresh and completely Cali. But the SoCal-inspired designs are more than just beautiful to look at. The brand champions artists and makers to create exclusive pieces you can’t get anywhere else. It’s all constantly changing, so you might as well make the site part of your morning ritual.