The Best Furniture Websites To Give Your Space A Whole New Look

May 29, 2020 | Jamie Hayes

The Best Furniture Websites To Give Your Space A Whole New Look

I’ve got to admit it: I’ve been staring at my furniture all day every day for the last two months. It’s starting to get old. Buying new furniture can brighten your space and change your outlook. But, of course, we don’t all have thousands of dollars lying around to throw away on expensive furniture. Don’t worry though! The internet has amazing new avenues to purchase stylish, functional furniture without taking out a second mortgage on your home. Whether you like modern, classic, retro, or mid-century furniture, there’s a great option out there for you. So, what are the best furniture websites?

From established furniture retailers with simple pick-up options to new online-only furniture powerhouses, refurnishing your home has never been easier. Maybe you want the perfect accent piece for your living room. Or, maybe, like so many of us, it's time to upgrade the ol' desk chair and stop back pain in its tracks. Maybe you’re looking to completely overhaul your entire place. Either way, the right furniture is just a few clicks away.

Whatever you’re looking for, one of these websites is going to have exactly the furniture that you’re looking for.


Let’s start with the most obvious. When it comes to inexpensive, simple, and stylish furniture, there’s nothing quite like Ikea. There’s a reason it’s one of the biggest companies in the entire world. You might not find the amazing sales that you’ll get from some other furniture stores and websites, but that’s probably because Ikea’s prices are already ridiculously low.

Plus, their massive catalog all but guarantees they’ll have whatever style of furniture you’re looking for. From bed frames starting at as low as $40 and entire sofas for as little as $130, if you’re on a budget, it’s hard to ask for more. Ikea stores aren't always accessible if you're not in a big city, but luckily, they've built an easy-to-use website that eliminates the need to visit their showroom—although sadly, this also eliminates the opportunity to get a hot dog and a cone of soft serve.  


Wayfair has been a revelation for many, myself included. Since Ikea is one of the world’s biggest companies, it can be hard to find furniture that feels truly unique. For those looking for a little bit more individuality, but who still don’t want to break the bank, Wayfair is a godsend. Wayfair has gorgeous, affordable furniture for every room.

Offering inexpensive versions of some truly iconic designs, Wayfair can make anyone’s house look like it was created by a high-priced designer. On top of that, they offer some truly one-of-a-kind items that would be hard to find anywhere else, from novelty rugs to stunning pieces meant or specific uses. Cat litterbox disguised as a cabinet? They've got it. Showcase display for a doll collection? Yup, they've got that too. The only downside to Wayfair is the hours you could easily spend browsing its darkest corners.  


Unlike many of the other online furniture retailers, Overstock has been around for decades—and they’ve learned a thing or two in that time. With remarkably low-price and amazing discounts, Overstock is an excellent choice for any online-shopping furniture seekers on a budget. Even better, if you’re looking to change up a lot of your furniture, Overstock has a huge amount of ways to save money. They've got a constantly rotating range of discounts, constant email coupon promotions, and on top of that, there's also their Club O rewards program. No two ways about it, Overstock really is the place to go for a great deal.


You can buy just about anything on Amazon—and many people forget, but that goes for furniture too. While it may not be as easy to navigate as some of the more furniture-focused websites, with a little ingenuity and some clicking around, Amazon still has a remarkable selection of furniture at incredibly low price-points. You can find almost anything you could need, from an inexpensive bathroom organizer all the way up to bed frames and mattresses.

Plus, lots of people nowadays pay for Amazon Prime. Nobody wants to drag home furniture from a big-box store if you're already paying for a premium service. If that's you, might as well take advantage of their great deals and eerily fast shipping times.

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