33 Home Furniture Stores Like Restoration Hardware for Well Made, Stylish Pieces

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It isn’t hard to understand why people looking for high-quality home décor would want to find some other furniture stores like Restoration Hardware.

The company founded by Stephen Gordon in 1981 has long been a favorite of tastemakers and interior designers thanks to its wide range of products, modern designs and exceptional craftsmanship.

Unfortunately for furniture shoppers on a budget, the luxury-priced home goods store is equally well known for its exorbitantly high price range, which puts it out of reach for most modern furniture shoppers.

But while RH is arguably one of the best places to buy home furnishings, they’re hardly the only game in town—or the only online store on your screen, for matter.

To help your home look its best, we’ve put together a long list of stores like Restoration Hardware where you can find a great mix of stylish, high-quality pieces at a much wider range of prices.

The Best IRL & Online Furniture Stores Like Restoration Hardware

Rounding Up Some of the Best Restoration Hardware Alternatives

Crate & Barrel

Crate & Barrel logo

Crate and Barrel is one of the best Restoration Hardware alternatives both in terms of the quality and style of their furniture.

They also have a large number of brick and mortar stores all across the United States, which makes them a particularly good alternative for Restoration Hardware fans who prefer buying furniture in real life, rather than shopping online.

Check Out Crate & Barrel ➤

Pottery Barn

Pottery Barn logo

Pottery Barn is another popular option for well made furniture that will last.

Their design aesthetic is definitely more limited than what you’ll find at luxury furniture stores like Restoration Hardware, but their pieces tend to be pretty timeless, and their prices are generally lower.

Check Out Pottery Barn ➤

Birch Lane

Birch Lane logo

Offering excellent quality furniture and home accessories, Birch Lane has a distinct a aesthetic that stands out from most other furniture stores on the market.

Whereas a lot of stores like Restoration Hardware focus on modern styles (or at least, modern updates on classic models), Birch Lane leans heavily into tradition and focuses on sturdy and rustic farmhouse-style pieces.

Check Out Birch Lane ➤

West Elm

West Elm logo

With a good mix of both modern and classic styles, West Elm is a great alternative to Restoration Hardware that offers a wide selection of furniture and home accessories.

And with prices that are closer to Pottery Barn than RH, it’s a good place to turn for furniture shoppers who are high on style, but short on budget.

Check Out West Elm ➤

The Citizenry

The Citizenry logo

The Citizenry is a great online retailer for those who want unique pieces with a cool story behind them.

Their whole philosophy is that your home should reflect the journeys you take.

With that over-arching principle in mind, they source a wide range of unique items and different styles from all around the globe.

Check Out The Citizenry ➤


Burrow logo

Burrow is one of the best online furniture stores for simple, sophisticated and stylish furniture.

At Burrow you’ll find plenty of sleek lines and styles that are in line with the latest trends, but also feel classic and timeless.

Their stuff is a little on the expensive side when compared to the Pottery Barns of the world, but still more affordable than the vast majority of Restoration Hardware’s pieces.

Check Out Burrow ➤


Terrain logo

Whereas Restoration Hardware has an industrial aesthetic, Terrain takes its design inspiration from planet earth.

Their aesthetic may be a little too natural for some people, so it’s not necessarily the best place to turn if you want a one-stop shop to outfit every room of your home.

But it’s a great place for high-quality outdoor furniture that’s unique, and feels at home in natural outdoor settings.

Check Out Terrain ➤


Modshop logo

ModShop is a chic and (as its name implies) ultra-modern interior design shop offering furniture and home accessories across a wide range of categories.

Where stores like Restoration Hardware offer fairly timeless furniture pieces that stand the test of time, Modshop is definitely trendier, offering great selections that feel very current and of-the-moment.

Check Out Modshop ➤


Amara logo

Whether you’re looking for a small accent piece or a major item like a bed or dining room table, Amara offers a wide array of stylish and luxuriuos furniture.

Amara carries just about every high-end home decor brand, including many of the designers whose names you know from the fashion world, like Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren and a lot more.

Check Out Amara ➤

Lulu and Georgia

Lulu and Georgia logo

Lulu & Georgia stands out from other websites like Restoration Hardware thanks to its focus on a clean, timeless midcentury modern aesthetic.

They have a colorful and cool design philosophy that’s much lighter than the traditional Restoration Hardware look, making them a great optino for those who want something a little friendlier and more accessible.

Check Out Lulu and Georgia ➤

One Kings Lane

One Kings Lane logo

Offering a wide variety of both well made products from high-quality brands, One Kings Lane is a great Restoration Hardware alternative for those who want a little more aesthetic variety.

In addition to some pretty great stuff, their website includes a “Design Your Own” feature you can use to customize their pieces to your liking.

Check Out One Kings Lane ➤


Castlery logo

With a design aesthetic that skews toward mid century modern, Castlery is another RH alternative that works well for people with a timeless sense of style.

Unlike some of the stores like Restoration Hardware on this list, Castlery is an online-only outlet.

The downside is that you won’t be able to see their stuff in a showroom before buying, but the upside is that the lower overhead allows them to offer lower prices.

Check Out Castlery ➤

Urban Outfitters

Urban Outfitters logo

Admittedly, at first glance Urban Outfitters doesn’t seem to have much in common with stores like Restoration Hardware, which specialize in luxurious furniture and big-ticket items.

But they do carry a decent selection of home accessories and decor pieces that work well in small spaces, all in super trendy and of-the-moment styles.

So it’s a good place to turn if you’re looking to pick up smaller accent and decor pieces that are cheap, cheerful and available for affordable prices (if not exactly expertly crafted).

Check Out Urban Outfitters ➤


Horne logo

The furniture and home decor from Horne all has a fairly minimalist aesthetic, which is both on-trend right now and quite sophisticated.

Horne carries a wide variety of designers and brands, offering a lot more variety than you’ll find at places like Restoration Hardware, which tends to stay in the same lane.

Check Out Horne ➤


YLighting logo

Formerly known as YLiving, the company changed their name to YLighting in recent years.

Which is a real headscratcher, because in addition to lighting (of course), they actually carry a pretty good variety of both modern and classic furniture from some of the biggest and best brands in the industry.

Check Out YLighting ➤

ABC Carpet & Home

ABC Carpet & Home logo

ABC is a great place to turn if you’re a completist, because they carry tons of options for the highest quality funiture, home accessories and decor.

From throw rugs for living and dining rooms to kitchen accessories, pillows, fine artwork and more, it’s a great Restoration Hardware alternative for just about every type of houseware.

Check Out ABC Carpet & Home ➤

Design Within Reach

Design Within Reach logo

With a high-design philosophy and a commitment to quality, Design Within Reach is a great alternative for people who love the quality of Restoration Hardware furniture.

But where they differ from RH is in their aesthetic:

Whereas the iconic Restoration Hardware style focuses on updated classics, DWR tends to lean much more modern, offering pieces that are more current and on-trend.

Check Out DWR ➤


Apt2b logo

And speaking of on-trend, Apt2B is another modern, chic alternative to the more traditional styles offerd by Restoration Hardware.

With a commitment to high quality and a great eye for modern design, this is a good palce to turn for contemporary pieces that will help your home look like it was designed by a pro.

Check Out Apt2b ➤


Anthropologie logo

Anthropologie has been beloved for its fashion and beauty products for a long time now, but ​not necessarily thought of for its furniture.

Fortunately, they branched out awwhile back and have translated their bohemian chic vibe into furniture and home decor available in a range of styles and prices.

Check Out Anthropologie ➤


AllModern logo

AllModern is an online-only outlet, so they don’t have any local stores (or as RH calls them, “galleries”) that you can visit in person.

But they make a great alternative to websites like Restoration Hardware if you’re looking for a wider selection of options or a more diverse variety of tastes and styles.

Check Out AllModern ➤

Jonathan Adler

Jonathan Adler logo

Jonathan Adler is a furniture designer who imbues his namesake brand with pieces that are both simple and sophisticated.

The prices are pretty comparable to higher-end furniture stores like Restoration Hardware, but it’s a great option if you’re looking for some more unique styles.

Shop Jonathan Adler ➤


Joybird logo

Joybird carries furniture that looks like Restoration Hardware and matches them in terms of quality and craftsmanship.

In addition to well made and great-looking styles, all of Joybird’s furniture is sourced responsibly, so you can feel good knowing that while the prices may be high, they’re fair.

Check Out Joybird ➤


Hayneedle logo

Hayneedle’s mission is to help you find the best pieces within the crowded hay pile that is the furniture market.

They offer a huge selection of furniture and homeware categories, each of which is stocked with a wide range of brands, styles and options.

Check Out Hayneedle ➤

World Market

World Market logo

World Market is another store that draws its inspiration from abroad, and specialzes in unique pieces sourced from all over the globe.

If you visit a few stores like Restoration Hardware and start to get a sense that everyone’s offerings are all the same, World Market is a good place to turn for unique, eclectic designs you won’t find anywhere else.

Check Out World Market ➤

Joss & Main

Joss & Main logo

Joss & Main is one of those websites like Restoration Hardware that you could spend hours poking through.

Like RH, most of their furniture puts a contemporary spin on classic designs, which makes it one of the more popular choices for investing in pieces that will hold up over time.

But the best might be their prices:

Their base prices are already lower than RH, and their site includes a sale section where you can find even further discounts and deals.

Check Out Joss & Main ➤


Wayfair logo

Wayfair dominates the online shopping space when it comes to furniture, and for good reason.

They offer a huge selection of pieces, price points, brands and styles, meaning there’s something there for everyone.

While the prices tend to be much better than you’ll find at Restoration Hardware, it’s worth noting that when it comes to furniture, you tend to get what you pay for.

Check Out Wayfair ➤


Amazon logo

And speaking of dominating the online shopping world, Amazon is the OG when it comes to major online retailers with an insanely large inventory.

The same caveats that apply to shopping at Wayfair should be noted here, but both stores bear mentioning on this list because if you have a discerning eye and know what brands to look out for, you can actually find some pretty high quality stuff for decent prices.

Plus you get free shipping if you have Amazon Prime (not to mention all the Yellowstone episodes you could possibly binge).

Check Out Amazon ➤


Target logo

Target is rarely (if ever) mentioned in the same breath as Restoration Hardware, for obvious reasons.

But if you’re short on budget and high on style, it’s a pretty good place to turn for stylish furniture that definitely doesn’t have the same craftsmanship as RH, but is still an improvement over most other discount or low-cost furniture stores.

Check Out Target ➤

Nordstrom Rack

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And speaking of good places to shop on a budget, Nordstrom Rack offers style-conscious shoppers the chance to score a great deal.

Most of the stuff you’ll find at Nordstrom Rack was previously available at their flagship store, and it’s now marked down because it’s out of season.

So if you don’t mind buying pieces from last year (and you shouldn’t, because furniture doesn’t need to be updated that often), it’s a great place to score some great prices on big brand names.

Check Out Nordstrom Rack ➤

TJ Maxx

TJ Maxx logo

If Restoration Hardware is where you turn when you’re willing to spend top dollar for top of the line furniture, TJ Maxx is where you go for furniture that looks just as good, but costs a lot less.

Best known for its clothes, TJ Maxx is also a pretty decent home store and furniture retailer.

They carry a good selection of furniture brands and home goods, all at significantly lower prices than you’ll find at the big luxury furniture stores.

Check Out TJ Maxx ➤

Ashley Homestore

Ashley Homestore logo

Ashley is kind of a funny one because their pricing options vary so widely.

On the one hand, the high end of their price range is comparable to many luxury stores, so they absolutely belong on a list of some stores like Restoration Hardware.

But on the other hand, the low end of their price range goes quite low indeed, making them a good place to turn for quite affordable (but still pretty stylish) options.

Check Out Ashley Homestore ➤


Overstock logo

Overstock is another online behemoth that carries a huge range of furniture and home decor products.

Like many of the big mass-market retailers, their price range and the quality of their stuff varies pretty greatly.

But you can definitely find some high-quality and well-made pieces there, and they tend to run pretty frequent sales, so it’s another good place to score a deal.

Check Out Overstock ➤


Ikea logo

In terms of both furniture quality, Ikea is pretty much on the exact opposite end of the spectrum from luxury stores like Restoration Hardware.

But the popular Swedish store deserves a mention thanks to both its ubiquity and its price point:

Because when you have to buy bunk beds for your kids, you could either drop a couple grand at RH Baby & Child, or a couple hundred at Ikea – and chances are, your kids aren’t going to notice the difference.

(Plus, did I mention the meatballs?)

Check Out Ikea ➤


Parachute logo

Parachute is admittedly quite different than RH, which is why it’s included at the bottom of this list.

While they started as a linen company (and became well known among podcast listeners), they’ve since expanded and now offer a fairly decent range of stylish and cool home decor and accent pieces.

Check Out Parachute ➤

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