The best online furniture stores have a few things in common: The stock is relatively large, there’s a bit of variety, and there’s a touch of style. The problem is that there are so many places to seek out new furniture online—where is a person to start? Hiring someone to work out design services for your space isn’t usually a possibility, so prepare to go on yourself. Luckily, we can help with that: One of our editors’ favorite pastimes is scrolling for new home additions online.
On these sites, you’ll find gorgeous furniture and home decor in a wide variety of styles, plus fast (and often free) shipping. Some of these retailers you’d expect to see—Target, IKEA, Crate & Barrel, etc.—but others, like Urban Outfitters and Etsy, might come as a surprise. Read on and discover the 56 best online furniture stores now spanning bestsellers for the bedroom to bathroom storage. Happy shopping!
The outdoor furniture selection at Article can’t be beat. There’s a huge selection, plus there are plenty of special pieces (think sofas draped in performance fabric with wood frames and woven elements). Although the outdoor furniture sets shouldn’t be missed, there are pieces to fill the entire home—the Nordby sleeper sofa is an editor fave.
Sometimes bedroom furniture doesn’t need to scream “conversation starter!” This is where Thuma comes into the picture. Known for its luxe bedding and mattresses, the brand also makes a small selection of bedroom furniture. The designs include bed frames, nightstands, and storage options, each in simple wood finishes and sleek silhouettes.
Online shopping is a breeze with Castlery. All the pieces of furniture are organized by room (i.e. bedroom furniture>nightstands, living room furniture>coffee tables, etc.) and can be easily filtered by price point, material, color, size, and more. They have a huge selection with a lot of classic, contemporary, and midcentury-modern pieces. They also have a virtual showroom that lets you “wander” through their actual warehouse. Castlery will send out three free swatches for any product you’re interested in and has a 14-day return policy. We’ve personally tested the Jonathan sofa and the Ingrid arm chair with glowing reviews.
Wayfair has multiple sales going on daily, so you can find everything you could possibly want for the indoors or outdoors for up to 70% off. The brand’s annual Way Day sale, with discounts on thousands of items and a bunch of flash sales, is not to be missed either. All orders for more than $49 ship for free.
Quality pieces abound at Maiden Home. Find seating, tables, rugs, and lighting (all made in the US) in their online storefront—a Clever favorite is the Dune sectional sofa with its delightful slipcovered silo. You can also visit their flagship store in Los Angeles, or their other locations in Austin, Boston, Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.
You already know Amazon has everything under the sun, but did you know that includes budget-friendly furniture that looks way more expensive than it really is, complete with free delivery? The myriad filtering options help you find exactly what you’re looking for, whether that’s a down comforter, a small-space humidifier, or a housewarming gift. Amazon is also the exclusive retailer for a few different decor brands, including Rivet, Stone & Beam, Ravenna Home, and, our personal favorite, Now House by Jonathan Adler.
Serena & Lily channels calm, coastal vibes that we can’t get enough of. Shop the brand’s collection for deep couches, statement-making end tables, expansive coffee tables, unique console tables, hand-knotted area rugs, striking outdoor dining sets, and so much more.
This mainstay is a household name for a reason. Based in San Francisco as part of the Williams-Sonoma portfolio (including West Elm and Rejuvenation), there are many stores around the world, but Pottery Barn has a huge online selection that puts their collections at your fingertips no matter where you are. Their high-quality furniture ranges from classic to contemporary—and, after nearly a century in business, they’re prioritizing sustainability with initiatives centered on responsibly sourced wood and cotton and recycled fabrics.
Brooklyn-based West Elm, a Williams-Sonoma brand, is obviously a go-to for affordable modern decor, but that’s only part of the store’s appeal. West Elm also sells tons of organic, handcrafted, sustainably sourced, and Fair Trade Certified items. With frequent sales, plus 15% off when you sign up for their emails, you can get even better deals on the selection.
There is a lot of cool stuff on Schoolhouse’s webpage, but we’re partial to the stools. Hear us out: You’d be surprised how handy a stool can be. They serve as seating at a party where one too many guests bring a plus one, or to stack books on them for a cozy little decor moment (or a reminder to read something from your growing stack of to-be-read), or to reach a tall spot above the refrigerator. The stools from Schoolhouse come in bright colors (think, candy apple red) and will look great when not in use. Make sure to check out the rest of the inventory too. It’s all worth a look.
Arhaus (which is German for house) offers high-end, heirloom-quality furniture. They also have a huge selection of unique artisanal decor and lighting solutions. The Kipton sofa, with its easy silhouette and seemingly endless customization options, is another Clever favorite.
If you want to turn your home into a modern masterpiece, look no further than DWR. It offers sleek furniture for every single room in the house. Whether you want to spruce up your home office or overhaul your living room, DWR has the classics to transform your space.
Target is killing it lately with its in-house decor brands, which offer everything from midcentury-modern furniture (Project62) to contemporary-meets-country pieces (Hearth & Hand) to colorful bohemian styles (Opalhouse). And you’ll find lots more online than you will in the store. Score free shipping on orders over $35.
In addition to a stunning array of home furniture, Ballard Designs also sells fabric by the yard—meaning you can, say, reupholster your old recliners or chaise with a fabric that matches your new couch. Sweet! Ballard also has a design podcast called How to Decorate that you’ll definitely want to listen to.
Order from Zinus and you can have a sofa, love seat, bed frame, or mattress delivered in three to five days, free of charge. All of its furniture can be assembled in 20 minutes or less with no tools. Its furniture tends to run on the smaller size and on the inexpensive side, so it’s perfect for tiny New York apartments or starter homes. Among its selection of couches, you’ll find bright pops of color as well as classic neutrals, and a variety of styles including midcentury, modern, and classic.
Etsy’s huge selection is a must-visit for one-of-a-kind handmade and vintage decor. Midcentury-modern dining tables? Etsy has those. Moroccan rugs? Those too. Ceramic tableware? Yep. And with every purchase, you’re supporting a small-business owner.
Banana Republic’s interior line, BR Home, introduces graceful curves, neutral color palettes, and subtle textures into homes. Despite having a very similar vibe, each piece of the curation has its own distinct personality. This is a good place to start if you’re looking for high-design style without the massive price tag—but be warned, the furniture here is still an investment.
CB2, the younger offshoot of Crate & Barrel, offers a hip selection of modern, minimalist, and midcentury furniture that has made it a go-to for apartment dwellers and first-time home owners alike. CB2 offers free design consultations via video chat, and the company will also help you create mood boards and 3D room renderings. It’s also known for incredibly chic collaborations with designers and artists like Lenny Kravitz and Kara Mann.
Shopping for furniture is an adventure on Urban Outfitters—you never know what you’ll find. Styles range from funky and eclectic to luxurious and glam, and it’s all Pinterest-worthy.
Crate & Barrel offers stylish furniture for every room, from kitchen to home office. Though its prices are on the higher side, you can rest easy knowing its furniture is high-quality and made to last. Shipping is free on orders more than $99.
Lulu and Georgia is a forward-thinking furniture store run by a family that’s been designing interiors for three generations. If you’re looking for the latest designs and best style, you’ll find it here.
One of the things we love most about Burrow is its infinitely customizable furniture. You can choose, for example, a couch or chair and then customize the fabric color, leg finish, arm style, and whether or not the pillows are tufted. With all these options, it’s easy to get exactly what you want. Did we mention Burrow offers free shipping on all orders? Sounds good to us.
Every time Anthro comes out with a new collection, it’s guaranteed we want something (if not everything) from it. Anthropologie’s personality-packed designs are made to stand out—they’re Insta- and splurge-worthy. It’s also quick and easy to talk to a furniture consultant online about any questions you have as you shop.
No furniture type is forgotten at Sundays. From weather-resistant outdoor furniture to luxe bed frames and chic coffee tables, the site is a vault of timeless design. These are pieces that will blend right in with a ton of different interior styles, from minimalist situations and farmhouse vibes, to contemporary with a capital C.
Interior Define is home to neutral, well-designed staples intended to stand the test of time. Not only can you customize the color of each piece, you can also easily select other options such as fill, furniture legs, cushion style, and more, all from their website or brick-and-mortar shops in select cities. In addition to furniture, they also have a solid selection of rugs and lighting to finish a space.
Fans of traditional decor will love what’s happening at Perigold. There are a ton of furniture designs with fun textures like rattan and velvet. You could lose a lot of time digging through the stock, so go in with an idea of what you’re looking for.
For both iconic designs and one-offs from emerging designers, check out the MoMA Design Store. Though the online shop certainly skews toward kitchen gadgets, decor, accessories, and gifts, don’t sleep on the furniture section. Here you can find pieces that are showcased in the MoMA permanent collection, like the Eames chair and Kartell Componibili storage, next to modern brands like Hay and Areaware.
The nice thing about Neighbor’s designs is that they all kind of go together. The Haven collection is a great example—and would look really good in any backyard situation. The site is all about high-quality outdoor furniture, so keep that in mind as you browse.
There are only a couple of things you can buy on Tupelo Goods: lounge chairs (which can be used in a pool) and all-weather cornhole. (Yes, cornhole). The lounge chairs are all made of marine-grade, UV-stable polyethylene that can be placed around a pool or in it. It’s niche, but hey, you may find yourself on the search for some nice-looking pool chairs, and now you have an option.
No list of the best online furniture stores would be complete without IKEA. Its furniture is a staple for design lovers on a budget, with simple Scandi-style options for minimalists and trendier pieces for risk takers. Ordering online has its pros and cons: You can avoid the crowds and the maze-like layout of the store, but you’ll also miss out on the Swedish meatballs.
If you’re looking for clean lines and a contemporary aesthetic, you’ll love Goodee—and not just because of the minimalist masterpieces they source from retailers like Skagerak and Carl Hansen, but because of their deep commitment to sustainability and ethical manufacturing.
AllModern is a curation of the best modern furniture, from Scandinavian to farmhouse. The prices are competitive and the delivery is fast. What more could you want from online furniture shopping?
1stDibs’s high-end offerings range from antique and vintage pieces to postmodern marvels. In addition to vintage furniture, you’ll find the latest releases from rising contemporary design stars, as well as decor, pillows, lighting solutions, rugs, and more. It’s a one-stop shop for interior design.
Joss & Main carries hundreds of brands across every style. Its sophisticated collections make it easy to plan your dream decor and order right from your laptop or phone. Bonus: Flash sales happen regularly.
Hay is fun. There’s no other way to describe what it has to offer. Hay may lack variety of styles—its products go from bold and quirky sofa shapes to spaghetti-inspired lounge chairs—but it definitely makes it up in strong color and design options. Particularly with the outdoor furniture, the silhouettes may lean classic, but elements like hole-punch tabletops and wavy benches will give your space just the kick it needs.
One Kings Lane has furniture in every style, but it actually has an entire section on its website devoted to vintage. From John Widdicomb side tables to Burmese rattan polo chairs, the site has all the vintage finds that will transform your living room into something straight out of The Great Gatsby.
You can shop by room or by style (including ski house, beach house, or modern) on RH. Its extensive selection, plus design consultation services, make furnishing the home of your dreams a fairly straightforward process.
Floyd is another one of our favorite places to buy furniture. All Floyd’s modern, modular products are made with honest, high-quality materials. Its furniture is made to last and comes with a 10-year warranty. Shop the site for everything from platform beds to love seats.
Shop at The Inside and you’ll never need an interior designer. The brand curates entire sets of furniture for every room based on your style preferences and needs. If you’re starting from scratch (or starting over), The Inside makes it painless to pull together a room that looks like it was pulled from the pages of AD. You can also shop piece by piece, of course. Take its one-minute style quiz to find selections just for you.
Albany Park, founded by former NFL player Darryl Sharpton and his wife, Jessica, is on a mission to take the confusion out of furniture shopping. Instead of offering dozens of lines, they offer a limited selection of collections in a variety of colors and patterns. That way, it’s easier to choose what you really want instead of wading through endless, nearly identical options.
Workplace furniture does not have to be boring—far from it. Haworth’s designs come straight from that cool office you saw on Instagram, from desks with colorful peg legs to gaming chairs that aren’t an eyesore (which are extremely hard to find, FWIW).
Jayson Home specializes in unique and vintage-inspired furniture sourced from around the world. You’ll find everything from selenite logs and leather coolers to airy pendants and midcentury burlwood desks with brass detailing. We’re such fans of their Chicago flagship, we named them one of the 40 Best Home Decor Stores in America.
Looking for vintage furniture? One of the best online stores for pre-owned furniture is AptDeco. You can buy from brands like West Elm or Herman Miller at a fraction of the (new) full price. Notably, this is one of the few vintage furniture stores that offers returns.
Living Spaces offers a huge selection of furniture, mattresses, and home decor. Not only does it have a wide range of styles, the customization options are practically endless. The in-house design studio offers more than 120 upholstery options with no extra charge, and your custom online order will be ready in two to three weeks.
If clean lines and minimal color palettes are your happy place, the Nordic-focused Finnish Design Shop will have something (in fact, many things) that will catch your eye. From bold Marimekko patterns to wood-forward furniture, this online shop covers all corners of the home. With new products and collaborations coming in on a regular basis, it’s a great place to bookmark for your next move, or for when you want to treat yourself to some on-trend decor.
There are some furniture stores that were made for solving very specific design needs. Looking for a wall divider that is also a bookcase? An office chair that wouldn’t look too odd in the dining room when an extra guest shows up for dinner? A dresser for your kid’s room that can handle growing older with them? Head to Room & Board. The vibe skews more traditional—think cushy leather couches and every type of wood table you can imagine—but the site offers designs that will stand the trend test of time and hold up for multiple moves.
This environmentally conscious brand is committed to using only nontoxic, eco-friendly materials. It exclusively uses real wood, hypoallergenic wool, and organic textiles. All of its products are free of fire retardants, ozone depleters, heavy metals, pesticides, and carcinogens. Not only are its products responsibly made and high quality, they’re also beautiful! Medley has a collection of sleek, handcrafted pieces for every room in your home.
Rove Concepts is the place to shop if you’re looking to mimic the effortlessly chic vibes of your favorite celebrity’s home. The furniture sets in particular are worth checking out, as most are made up of pieces that look just as sleek alone as they do clustered together in a room.
Custom furniture can get pricey ridiculously fast, but not when you’re shopping the picks at Inside Weather. Even though there are a few core designs, the textile options will have you mixing and matching for hours on end. Plus, many of the furniture designs come with the option to add side tables, arms, or leave it arm-less. You can even choose which side of the furniture you want said side table or arm located. Options are a beautiful thing.
If you live for the details but have a budget to stick to, Apt2B is your store: Its stylish sofas, love seats, and couches are made to order in the U.S. and are available in more than 50 fabrics, but they’re still reasonably priced. Plus, shipping is always free, and you have up to 100 days to return your purchase. And if you’re wavering on what to add to cart, the site has tons of design tips and decorating guides to help take the guesswork out of decorating.
Fans of industrial design could spend an entire afternoon perusing the furniture on Industry West’s site. From ribbed leather sofas and chunky lounge chairs to stone-topped side tables and leggy floor lamps, these pieces will quickly become high-quality staples you’ll love surrounding yourself with from home to home.
Soft boucle fabrics, tightly woven ottomans in bold colors, elegant couches atop ornate wood frames, structural plant boxes—Burke Decor offers up design elements with personality. The selection isn’t focused on a single design aesthetic, it’s more of a space for integrating pops of unexpected color or texture. Don’t be surprised if you hop on to check out the furniture and find a piece you just can’t get out of your head.
Playful and color-obsessed, Hem covers all bases when it comes to furniture: Couches, shelves, poufs, dining chairs, tables, storage—the silhouettes pack personality into a small space. This is a great space to search for conversation starters for both small and large spaces.
Although you will find the occasional pop of color in Ferm Living’s inventory, the real draw is in the texture. From ridged glass cabinets to travertine side tables, this furniture shop shines when it comes to subtle design notes.
Most things Beam sells look straight out of a magazine shoot in the best way possible. The furniture leans minimal in both color palette and shape. Beam pulls the best designs from brands like Gus Modern, Moe’s, and Ethnicraft.
Blu Dot is an award-winning furniture brand founded in 1997 by three college friends. The trio (comprised of two architects and a sculptor) joined forces to start creating modern furniture that’s durable, eye-catching, and sustainably made. Today, the brand has a robust collection of high-quality products and pieces for every room in the home. In addition to their online shop, you can shop in-store at any of their physical locations from New York to Los Angeles and Mexico City.
What to consider before making an online furniture purchase:
But before you go all in on something, there are a couple of things you’ll want to keep in mind during your search. First up: measure, measure, measure. Testing out furniture IRL is great but not always possible. The last thing you want is to fall in love with something online only to find out it won’t fit through your front door or in the nook it was meant to inhabit. On that note, make sure to measure the package as well—the box will add a couple of inches that you’ll have to account for.
In addition to measuring, consider if you’re going to want this piece of furniture to travel with you from home to home. If you’re working with a larger budget and consider the furniture you’re seeking out to be an investment piece of sorts, you may not want to lean completely into a trending color or texture—such as a hot pink corduroy couch. And we have nothing against hot pink corduroy couches (we love them), but you may not be as into the bold statement in 10 years as you are now. Consider this food for thought.
With two of the biggest considerations out of the way, go forth and seek out that ottoman or couch you’ve been thinking about for years.