Anyone who’s shopped there probably understands why you might want to find some other good stores like HomeGoods.
To be fair, the discount decor retailer offers some of the absolute best deals available for furniture and home accent pieces.
But you often have to sift through thousands of square feet worth of less-than-ideal pieces to find the few diamonds in the rough.
And since their inventory turns over so quickly, if you don’t pull the trigger right away, you’ll probably never see that piece again.
Luckily for those of who want a better shopping experience, HomeGoods is hardly the only game in town – or online.
In this post we’ve rounded up dozens of other IRL and online stores like HomeGoods where you can find some great pieces at good prices.
The Best Stores Like Homegoods for Cheap Decor & Furniture
Rounding Up Some Similar Companies to HomeGoods ↓
West Elm is one of the best places to turn for well made and (relatively) affordable furniture and decor pieces.
They offer a wide range of products and designs that nicely straddle the line between modern and timeless.
Crate & Barrel
Crate and Barrel is a great place to turn for both modern furniture and accessories.
In addition to a well stocked website, they have brick and mortar stores all over the United States, and offer everything from larger pieces like dining room tables to smaller accent pieces and home accessories.
Pottery Barn has been a popular choice for classic and well made home furnishings for decades now.
They offer similar styles to what you’ll find at other popular retail stores like West Elm and Crate & Barrel, and a pretty similar price range.
Bed Bath & Beyond
Bed, Bath & Beyond is most often thought of as a home décor retailer, for obvious reasons.
But in addition to a great selection of everything from furniture and wall art to throw pillows and outdoor furniture, they also offer a range of beauty products along with luggage, pet supplies and more.
Owned by Crate & Barrel, CB2 is kind of like its younger, hipper little brother.
It’s a great option if you want to decorate a smaller living space like a condo or apartment.
Discount retailer TJ Maxx is a subsidiary of TJX companies, the same parent company that owns Marshall’s and Home Goods stores.
While it’s best known for its fashion, they also have a great selection of home decor, and often carry many of the same brands and products you’ll find at HomeGoods.
A more of affordable alternative to the flagship department store, Nordstrom Rack offers many of the same brands for significantly more affordable prices.
Like TJ Maxx and other similar stores, they’re better known as a clothing store, but they also carry some great home items, so it’s the perfect place to score a deal on some big-name brands.
The Citizenry prides itself on sourcing products and designs from all over the world, so it’s a great source for unique pieces that will help your home stand out.
While the price tag isn’t quite as low as some of the big-box stores, the quality is high, and they often have some amazing finds from designers and brands you’ll never see in the chain stores.
Founded in Los Angeles in 2014, Parachute started off making plush bathroom products like robes and towels.
But they’ve since expanded in recent years, and now offer a pretty wide range of home products and accessories.
Specializing in farmhouse and traditional furniture, Birch Lane is a great place to turn for cool new pieces that look like vintage finds.
While they definitely have a rustic aesthetic and an appreciation for craftsmanship, you can also find some pretty modern-looking pieces there.
But be warned: while Birch Lane’s stuff looks great and is built to last, it’ll definitely in a higher price range than an inexpensive Home Goods store.
With a modern aesthetic and an emphasis on clean lines, Burrow makes cool furniture that feels both modern and timeless.
In addition to stylish and good quality furniture, they also offer accessories, lighting solutions, rugs and more.
As the name implies, Terrain’s furniture and home accessories all have a natural, earthy feel.
It’s a great place to turn for outdoor furniture or decorating a lake house or cabin, but their aesthetic might be a little too woodsy for your own home, especially if you live in a metropolitan area.
Modshop is basically on the exact opposite of the design spectrum from Terrain.
They offer a wide range of cool, hip and (of course) modern furniture and home accent pieces, making them perfect for those who want their home to feel very of-the-moment.
Amara offers a wide selection of merchandise across all the most popular product categories for your home.
In addition to furniture and home accessories from top brands like Ralph Lauren and Missoni, they also carry a range of both beauty and wellness products.
If you’re looking for fashionable home decor at reasonable prices, you’ll probably love H&M Home.
The fast-fashion brand has long been known as the best place to find great prices on modern and of-the-moment styles, and they extend the same philosophy to their line of home accent pieces and decor.
One Kings Lane
One Kings Lane is very much on the other end of both the price and quality spectrum from H&M Home.
A favorite of interior designers, the online retailer is well known for their luxury furniture and home decor offerings, which includes a pretty wide selection of vintage finds.
Another great place to turn for online shopping, Castlery offers modern and minimalist furniture that’s well made and well priced.
While it’s certainly not quite as cheap as the really affordable stores like HomeGoods and TJ Maxx, at Castlery you’ll find a wide range of well made furniture that’s fairly priced and built to last.
Urban Outfitters Home
Urban Outfitters is easily one of the best HomeGood alternatives for hip, cool and quirky home decor.
It’s a good store for those who have modern taste but a minimalist bank account, and just want to find a few cheap and cheerful pieces to puch up their living room or bedroom.
Horne has a more sophisticated aesthetic and a higher price point than you’ll find at more affordable online stores like Homegoods.
But they’re worth checking out if you don’t mind splurging a bit for the perfect piece, especially if you’re looking for some big brand names.
At one point YLighting was known as YLiving, before making the (questionable, in my opinion) decision to change their name.
Which is a bit odd, since they have a damn near perfect selection of items that ranges from big-ticket furniture pieces to smaller home accent pieces, along with free shipping and some pretty good prices.
ABC Carpet & Home
Much like YLighting, ABC Carpet & Home is another American company with an inventory that goes well beyond its (slightly misleading name).
They have a pretty wide selection of upscale furniture and home accent pieces from a range of cool brands, so it’s another great place to splurge on one or two stand out pieces.
Design Within Reach
Well known for their modern, chic aesthetic, Design Within Reach is another store that’s beloved by interior designers.
It’s a great option for people who want their homes to have a very intentional and high-design look and feel, as opposed to the sort of patchwork or hodge podge look that often results from shopping at stores like HomeGoods.
Apt2b is similar to Design Within Reach, in that it’s a good place to turn if you want to outfit your home in a way that almost makes it look like you hired a pro designer.
It’s both more upscale and more expensive than discount stores like Homegoods, but another good place to turn if you’re ready to invest in some pieces that are a little more mature and high-design.
Unlike some of the other online stores like HomeGoods and TJ Maxx, AllModern doesn’t have any brick and mortar locations, just a website.
As you can probably guess by the name, their hyper-focused on modern pieces, making it the perfect place to turn if you want of-the-moment home decor that feels very now.
Jonathan Adler is the eponymous furniture brand of the designer of the same name, and is definitely in a higher price category than discount stores like Home Goods.
They specialize in what they call “modern American glamour,” making it a good option for those who don’t mind investing in furniture and decor that will really elevate their home.
Joybird makes for a good HomeGoods alternative if you want another go-to option for unique furniture and home accent pieces that are different from what your friends and family probably have.
In addition to being unique, their pieces are also well made, which helps justify the fact that their prices are higher than what you’ll find at HomeGoods.
Hayneedle has both an admirable concept, and a broad selection of enviable pieces across just about all home categories.
Their whole ethos is around finding those rare, hard-to-find pieces among a sea of similar-looking furniture and decor (like a needle in a… well, you get it).
Not unlike The Citizenry, which is listed above, World Market prides itself on sourcing unique pieces from all around the globe.
They’re a little more narrowly focused on artisinal home decor, so it’s a good option if you’re looking for accent pieces that will add a little international flare to your place.
Joss & Main
Another online-only outlet, Joss & Main is a favorite around these parts thanks to their classic-meets-contemporary aesthetic.
Their pieces all have a fairly modern vibe, but also feel timeless enough to last, and look just as good 10 years from now as they do today.
One of the most well stocked furniture websites in the world, Wayfair has become a dominant player in the online furniture game over the past few years.
They have a huge selection that ranges from big-ticket furniture like dining room tables and beds to small accent pieces, kitchenware and everything in between.
With an insanely wide selection and some pretty amazing prices, Amazon has become a one-stop shop for… well, just about everything.
That very much includes furniture and home decor, making them one a great alternative to Homegoods stores.
And the best part is that with Amazon you also get free shipping if you have Prime, in addition to a pretty decent video streaming service.
Well known for offering low prices and amazing deals on everything from electronics to groceries, Walmart also has a well stocked furniture and home accessories department that’s worth checking out.
Of course, the quality of their pieces tends to be in line with their low pricing, you also have to tread with caution.
Target stores have distinguished themselves from other low-cost competitors like Walmart by putting an emphasis on style.
Fortunately for furniture shoppers, that extends to their home department as well, making this one of the best home decor stores for deal hunters.
Another well stocked website, Overstock is a main competitor for online stores like HomeGoods and Wayfair.
They offer a huge selection of both pieces and prices spread out across a wide variety of categories, so the have something to suit just about every style and budget.
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