With more than hundreds online destinations for home collections that I have come to know over the years, I thought I will share them and hope that it will be helpful to anyone of you who read my blog. I tried to narrow down the list for readability, so here’s the nearly 30 best places to shop for home furnitures and decor online (that won’t break the bank).
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IKEA: You already know this, with some creative hacks, you can turn a basic IKEA furniture into a custom statement piece. Even if you don’t do the extra, the simple clean line designs are as stylish for modern, scandinavian look. It’s a great place especially for shelves and bookcases with solid quality at a low price.
Home Goods: Don’t expect to shop for big sofa here but for accent pieces such as chairs and end tables and for home decor accent like table lamps, mirrors and wall arts, you can find plenty of options, some at discounted price.
Michael’s: An art and craft store where you can find decorative materials to create, make and personalize your own home accessories. Lots of gallery frames and faux silk flowers to choose from.
Container Store: All the storage solutions you need to organize your home. I have been pleasantly surprise to find nice looking furniture pieces here including office desks (roll-out or high-gloss) and bench.
Macy’s: The place for Hotel Collection bedding to recreate your own ‘5 star hotel’ bedroom.
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Lulu and Georgia: For rattan furnitures, uniquely beautiful global rugs and throw pillows, Lulu and Georgia is one of the best place to look.
Amazon Home: The best quick delivery, still! But caution about big furniture if you will be doing a return because you don’t want to be dealing with their customer service.
Society Social: Love colors, traditional and feminine styles? Society Social has everything you need to add designer details and finishing touches to complete your dreamy and fun spaces.
Apt2B: Beautiful sofa and bed offered with quick ship program where they ship within 72 hours of purchase.
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The Citizenry: Into global styles, the Citizenry brings you home goods made by international artisans. Accents and baskets are beautiful work of art.
Arhaus: Finding one of a kind furniture with price tag that wouldn’t break the bank is tough but Arhaus is a good place to start for antique collectors.
Ballard Designs: You can custom furniture with your choice of upholstery fabric for classic and traditional styles.
One Kings Lane: A huge selection of furnishings in classic styles with elegant look, everything look fabulous. Be choosy, you can find great items at every budget.
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Rejuvenation: Definitely a good lighting source for an inviting statement.
Williams-Sonoma Home: High quality accessories that last; from lacquer gallery frames to statement throw pillows are items you need to elevate your home.
EQ3: Stylish modern home collections, EQ3 offers beautiful furnitures and decor from clocks, mirrors, accessories to kitchen and dinnerwares.
Crate & Barrel: With local showrooms that you can test out sofa and chairs, it’s easier to make big purchase decision. Products are well-made and good looking. Only wish is that they offer faster shipping and shorter lead time for custom upholstery.
Room & Board: Modern furnitures made in USA that look sleek and cool. They have great sectionals.
West Elm: For great decor and accent pieces such as vases, pillows and accessories, West Elm prices during sales are especially appealing, because of that I bought many things here that I actually didn’t really need. Ha!
CB2: Up to date trendy fashion for home, CB2 offer great outdoor furnitures and is a great source for decorative items like poufs, coffee table accents, vases, geometric bowls, etc. For glamorous style home, you’d probably want to check them regularly.
Serena & Lily: Going for California vibe or coastal vibe, look no further than Serena & Lily for creating your retreat at home. I love their hanging swing chair (must have for a beach home) and la jolla baskets. They brought back the trend with their Reviera chairs.
PBTeens: Pottery Barn sells good quality bedding but on more traditional, rustic designs. Great if that’s the look you’re going for. PBTeens and PBKids offer a variety of fun patterns and designs, so they are easily a go to source for nursery and kids bedroom essential needs.
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Anthropologie: Even though Anthropologie was mostly known for women’s clothing, their offering consists of home and furnitures. Unique furnitures, actually. So if you want to bring in some flair to your home, Anthropologie has some creative styles.
Urban Outfitters: Similarly, Urban Outfitters carry home and furnishings besides clothings. While the initial target were college age customers, lots of their home collection are suitable for family home as well. For people who crave to have more character in their styles, UO has many tables and desks, art (tapestry) and decor to fill your living spaces.