If you’re a furniture shopper who’s both style- and budget-conscious, then it isn’t hard to guess why you might want to find some other stores and web sites like Wayfair.
The online furniture retailer has become a giant in the industry thanks to their huge selection of home furnishings across just about every category, and the (fairly) reasonable prices they offer.
But while Wayfair is certainly convenient, it’s far from ideal.
A lot of their furniture is the type you have to assemble yourself (not unlike a certain Scandinavian furniture brand you probably know), which is certainly cost-effective, but isn’t always the highest quality.
Plus, sometimes it’s not even that cost effective, as some of the prices on Wayfair can be fairly steep.
Fortunately, Wayfair is hardly the only game in town – or online, for that matter.
In this post I’ve rounded up dozens of other home décor and furniture sites like Wayfair that offer a wide range of styles, pieces and prices.
Other Great Furniture Sites Like Wayfair
Rounding Up Some of the Best Stores Like Wayfair for Stylish Home Decor ↓
In addition to brick and mortar stores across the United States and Canada, West Elm also has one of the best online stores for furniture and home décor, making it a great alternative to Wayfair.
Their price range is slightly higher than a lot of the pieces on Wayfair.
But their aesthetic tends to be trendier than somewhere like Pottery Barn (which is owned by the same parent company), so it’s a great place to turn for high quality furniture and home accessories in modern styles.
Crate & Barrel
Crate & Barrel is one of the best places to turn for stylish, well made furniture.
Like West Elm, their price point tends to be a little higher than Wayfair’s.
But Crate & Barrel pretty much exclusively carries high-quality items, so you can be confident knowing you’ll get what you pay for.
Like a lot of the more popular furniture retail stores, they have brick and mortar locations all across the country, but also have a well stocked online furniture store that’s easy to navigate.
Famously the favorite furniture retailer of one Rachel Green, Pottery Barn has been one of the best places to turn for well made home goods for decades now.
While their aesthetic is a little limited than some other Wayfair competitors (their stuff is great, if not the most modern), the quality is second to none.
And on a side note, it’s also worth noting that Pottery Barn Kids is probably one of the best Wayfair alternatives if you’re looking for well made child-size furniture that looks great and can stand up to the beating kids usually put their furniture through.
CB2 is owned by Crate & Barrel (get it?) and kind of serves as their, younger, hipper little brother.
It’s a great option for people who live in a small space like a condo or apartment, and one of the best websites like Wayfair for hip, stylish furniture.
If you love the look of vintage furniture but find yourself frustrated with the limited (for obvious reasons) selection at your local vintage store, you’ll probably like Schoolhouse.
Formerly known as Schoolhouse Electric, the company has expanded from vintage-style lighting to offer cool and classic-looking pieces across all sorts of furniture and home decor categories.
TJ Maxx is best known for offering a large selection of big-name fashion brands at affordable prices, so it might seem a little odd to include it on a list of Wayfair alternatives.
But fortunately for furniture shoppers in search of a good deal, they take the same approach to home furnishings as they do to fashion.
It’s a great place to snag affordable furniture items and sophisticated accent pieces that look like they could be from a fancy design shop, but cost a lot less.
Though they do have a location in New York, The Citizenry is better known as an online marketplace where you can find home furniture sourced from all around the globe.
Their philosophy is simple – that your home should reflect the journeys you take in life.
As such, they have some of the most unique furniture and home decoration pieces in the entire industry, all of it inspired by international travel and far-flung cultures.
Parachute is a little different from other furniture companies like Wayfair because they actually started by making super comfy and plus home accessories like bedding, robes and towels.
But they’ve since expanded into other categories and now offer a fairly wide range of affordable home decor and lifestyle products, including everything from bedroom furniture to home office accessories, baby stuff and more.
When it comes to new furniture that’s modern, cool and sophisticated, Burrow is probably my favorite online retailer.
Their selection is a little more limited than some of the mass-market furniture stores like Wayfair and Overstock, which carry dozens (if not hundreds) of different brands of furniture.
But I love they’re midcentury modern aesthetic, and their sale section offers some of the best deals you’ll find online for stylish and affordable home decor.
Terrain is an online home store that as a very earthy and natural aesthetic, which helps set it apart from other online stores and websites similar to Wayfair.
Admittedly, a lot of people may not want to outfit their entire home – or even their living room – in earth tones, but it’s definitely a great place to turn for outdoor furniture that’s unique and well made.
From one end of the spectrum to the other, Modshop is the type of website an interior designer would turn to when they’re looking to eschew the earthy vibe and go for something hyper modern and high design.
They have a number of brick and mortar locations, but if you’re looking for a deal, online shopping is definitely the way to go:
The sale section of their website isn’t the most well stocked, but if you check back often you can find some pretty amazing deals.
Amara falls somewhere in between the small-but-sophisticated furntiure retailers like Burrow and websites like Wayfair and Amazon, which are among the largest online home furnishings stores.
They carry products from some of the most world-famous furniture brands across just about every home decor category, so it’s one of the best Wayfair alternatives if you’re looking for big-name brands that you don’t often find on more affordable sites.
And speaking of affordable sites, H&M Home is the home accessories branch of the fast-fashion discount retailer, so if you’re familiar with H&M’s clothes, you probably have a good idea of what to expect here.
As with their sartorial offerings, their home accessories aren’t necessarily the highest quality.
But they’re always super stylish, and if you choose wisely you can find some really cool and good-looking stuff at (almost insanely) reasonable prices.
One Kings Lane
The luxury furniture at One Kings Lane is both higher quality and higher priced than most of what you’ll find on sites like Wayfair.
But shopping at specialty stores like this is a great way to find those perfect pieces that are worth paying a little bit more for, and the good news is the the quality is even higher than their prices.
From one regal-sounding brand to another, Castlery is a great place to find well-made, modern furniture for the whole family.
In terms of quality, Castlery has similar furniture to what you’ll find at stores like Wayfair, West Elm or Crate & Barrel, but in a wider variety of styles and designs.
Urban Outfitters was my go-to as a college student thanks to their quirky sensibilities and trendy tastes.
Their furniture and home decor is definitely aimed at a younger demographic, but since that age group tends to be pretty cash-strapped, they also offer lower prices than you’ll find at other furniture stores.
The furniture store affectionately known as the Horne dawg (note: literally no one but me calls it that) carries furniture and home decor with that’s ironically sophisticated.
(Again, there’s nothing ironic about this at all, since nobody actually calls it the Horne dawg.)
All kidding aside, Horne offers a pretty extraordinary choice of furniture brands and up-and-coming designers, so it’s a good place to turn if you’re looking for something unique.
In my opinion, the brand formerly known as YLiving made a big mistake when they renamed themselves YLighting, since they carry all manner of furniture and home decor.
(I mean, it’s still better than “Horne dawg,” but that’s a low bar.)
Fortunately, what they lack in smart branding they make up for in a pretty wide variety of affordable modern furniture.
Plus, they’re one of the few online furniture stores to offer free shipping, which is pretty rare among Wayfair alternatives.
ABC Carpet & Home
NewYork-based ABC Carpet & Home offers everything from big statement pieces to smaller home decor accessories, all in a range of unique, elegant and sophisticated styles.
Their selection is fairly limited when compared to big mass-market websites like Wayfair, but their furniture is high quality and really well designed.
Design Within Reach
As its name implies, Design Within Reach is a great place to turn if you want your home to look like it was designed by a pro, without having to pay for their services.
Most of their merchandise is of a higher quality and higher price point than what you’ll find on websites like Wayfair and Overstock, so be warned that it’s easy to blow through your budget here.
Abt2b is a modern furniture brand that offers the sort of chic, trendy pieces that are very of-the-moment.
It’s great if you’re looking for one or two particular items that’ll really make your place stand out, and are distinct from the (often quite similar-looking) stuff you’ll find at the major furniture retailers.
Another online outlet similar to Wayfair, All Modern offers a wide range of furniture and home merchandise in styles that are current and trendy.
It’s a good place to turn for just about every type of home product, including everything dining room furniture to small cushions and accent pieces.
Designer Jonathan Adler started his namesake brand to infuse the furniture market with “Modern American Glamour,” so you can expect the stuff you find here to be a cut above what you’d get on websites like Wayfair.
While the quality is certainly higher, the prices are too, so this is another good place to turn for one or two big statement pieces, rather than a lot of little things, which will add up quickly and potentially blow your budget.
Joybird offers some really unique and even bold designs that you won’t find everywhere else.
It’s a good place to turn if you feel like all your friends’ homes look kind of the same, and you want to find interesting and distinct pieces that will help your place stand out from the crowd.
And speaking of everyone’s furniture looking the same…
Hayneedle chose its name because its goal is to offer the sort of unique pieces that are hard to find in the similar-looking haystack offered by most major home outfitters, so it’s another great option for those in search of something new, different and unique.
World Market prides itself on sourcing furniture from all across the planet.
Their globally inspired focus on artisnal home decor makes it a great place to find a wide range of designs and styles from craftsmen you won’t find on furniture websites like Wayfair and Overstock.
Joss & Main
Joss & Main is actually owned by Wayfair, so it’s admittedly a bit strange to include them in this list.
But while they’re fairly similar to Wayfair in terms of aesthetic and quality, they have a large (and usually pretty well stocked) sale section.
So it’s a good place to turn to find some great deals on the same types of furniture you’d find on the flagship Wayfair website.
As one of the world’s biggest retail giants, Amazon is a one-stop shop for literally everything, including furniture and home decor pieces.
Like Wayfair, both the prices and the quality vary greatly on Amazon, so you have to be selective (and read through the customer reviews).
But if you don’t mind being a little discerning, it’s a great place to find some a huge variety of pieces at some pretty decent prices.
And speaking of retail giants, Walmart has really stepped up its web game since Amazon came on the scene, becoming a pretty viable alternative to online furniture stores like Wayfair and Overstock.
It’s similar to sites like Wayfair and Amazon, in that various individuals can set up a shop and sell furniture and home decor items from different brands, giving you access to a pretty wide-range of affordable pieces.
Target is obviously a close Walmart competitor, but it’s developed a strong reputation for stylish low-cost fashion.
Fortunately, its penchant for stuff that looks good but costs little also extends to furniture and houseware, so it’s a great place to look if you’ve got a tight budget, but want your stuff to have style that’s on-point.
I’ve already mentioned Overstock a number of times, because of all the site’s similar to Wayfair, Overstock is arguably its closest competitor.
The online-only outlet offers a pretty huge selection of previously liquidated furniture and home decor, which means it’s a great place to find low prices on just about everything for the home.
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