33 Furniture Stores Like World Market

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It isn’t hard to understand why you might want to find some other home decor and furniture stores like World Market.

On the one hand, World Market’s focus on artisan goods and handicrafts means they stock some unique pieces that you won’t find anywhere else.

On the other hand, their commitment to affordable prices means that, while you don’t have to spend a fortune, you also miss out on the higher quality that higher prices often bring.

(Plus, there are now a ton of other stores offering equally low prices, so even if you’re on a budget, you don’t have to limit yourself to World Market stores.)

In this post I’ve rounded up dozens of other stores like Cost Plus World Market where you can find good prices on great furniture, home decor and accent pieces.

Furniture Stores Like World Market

Rounding Up The Best Places Like World Market for Stylish & Affordable Furniture

Crate & Barrel

Crate & Barrel logo

Crate & Barrel offers a wide range of modern furniture and home décor pieces, much of which is made wither higher-quality construction and materials than some of the more affordable furniture brands.

While their prices are a little higher, the quality is definitely there, so it’s a good place to turn for a big-ticket statement piece like a couch or kitchen table that you intend to keep for years to come.

Check Out Crate & Barrel ➤

Pottery Barn

Pottery Barn logo

Pottery Barn is a great place to turn for the kind of stylish, midcentury modern pieces that never go out of style.

Both their quality and price ranges are comparable to Crate & Barrel, so it’s another great alternative to World Market if you’re looking for big-ticket items.

(Though they also have a wide selection of kitchen tools, wall art and dozens of other home accessories, so you can find the small stuff there too.)

Check Out Pottery Barn ➤

West Elm

West Elm logo

Owned by the same parent company as Pottery Barn, West Elm is another store that carries a ton of gorgeous furniture and home accent pieces.

It’s aesthetic is a little fresher and more modern than Pottery Barn’s, so it’s a good place to turn if you’re looking for something that’s of-the-moment.

And like World Market, they put an emphasis on craftsmanship, with colletions of Handcrafted and Fair Trade Certified furniture that directly supports the communities where the pieces were made.

Check Out West Elm ➤

TJ Maxx

TJ Maxx logo

I’ll be the first to admit that most people tend to think of stores like TJ Maxx as clothing outlets.

But they also have a pretty well stocked home department that carries a ton of decor and home accessories, along with large pieces like tabels and chairs.

And as with their clothes, everything in TJ Maxx’s home section is available for extremely reasonable prices, making it a great place to score a deal on some well-made (and surprisingly high quality) stuff.

Check Out TJ Maxx ➤

The Citizenry

The Citizenry logo

The Citizenry is one of those places like World Market that takes an international approach to sourcing furniture and home decor.

Their philosophy is that our homes should reflect the journeys we take, and they stock a wide array of unique furniture colletions sourced from outside the United States, offering a wide array of unique home goods that you won’t find anywhere else.

Check Out The Citizenry ➤


Parachute logo

If you’ve ever listened to a podcast, you’ve probably heard of Parachute, which started as a plush bedding and bath company that supplied towels and robes to some of your favorite podcast hosts.

But in addition to those kinds of plus and cozy offerings, they’ve since expanded into a wide variety of home decor and accessories that have a timeless, midcentury-modern look.

Check Out Parachute ➤


Burrow logo

Beloved by both homeowners and interior designers, Burrow is a modern furniture store with a clean and cool aesthetic.

They offer a range of sophisticated pieces in a style taht tends to be fairly modern and of-the-moment, but with enough appreciation for classic design to ensure it will age well and remain relatively timeless.

Check Out Burrow ➤


Terrain logo

Terrain takes a more literal approach to World Market’s appreciation for the planet:

Inspired by the earth, they specialize in products and color patterns that pay tribute to nature and the planet’s natural greenery.

If you like the type of home wares and furniture sold at places like World Market, you’ll probably appreciate Terrain’s earthy, eco-friendly vibe.

Check Out Terrain ➤


Modshop logo

Modshop is a much more design-forward furniture store than many on this list.

It’s admittedly not for everyone, but if you’re in the market for a unique and sleek design aesthetic, you’ll probably love it.

They’re well known for using the sort of bright colors and over-the-top wall decor you won’t find in Ikea catalogs, which makes it a great option to get a really bold statement piece that will stand out.

Check Out Modshop ➤


Amara logo

Amara has a vast selection of home products that ranges from the smallest of accessories to big-ticket items like living room and bedroom furniture.

In addition to a wide range of products, they also carry a great selection of designer brands that includes a lot of the big-name fashion designers who have moved into the world of home decor, including Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren and UGG.

Check Out Amara ➤

Lulu and Georgia

Lulu and Georgia logo

Lulu & Georgia is another furniture store that’s a pretty big emphasis on the midcentury-modern aesthetic.

They have a ton of colorful, cool pieces that sort of remind me of the late seasons of Mad Men, when Sterling Cooper Draper Price moved into that well lit office decked out with bright furniture and decor.

Check Out Lulu and Georgia ➤

One King’s Lane

One King's Lane logo

One King’s Lane is one of the more popular online retailers among design pros, who appreciate its high quality and wide variety of styles.

They carry a large selection of pretty amazing pieces across various aesthetics, so there’s something here to suit every taste.

Plus, they also have a “Design Your Own” option that lets you customize their pieces, which is a great way to get unique and custom(ish) furniture without putting too big a dent in your bank account.

Check Out One King’s Lane ➤


Castlery logo

Castlery is an online store that distinguishes itself with smart, stylish designs across a range of furniture and home categories.

They have a wide range of products that can outfit your entire house, but it’s a particularly good place to turn for outdoor furniture like loungers and dining sets that look great and can stand up to the weather.

Check Out Castlery ➤

Urban Outfitters

Urban Outfitters logo

Another store known more for its fashion than for its furniture, Ubran Outfitters is a good option if you’re looking for hip decor and a cool boho find.

They don’t have a ton of furniture, but they offer a pretty wide range of hip and modern home accent pieces, and are particularly good for those who want to liven up small spaces like condos or apartments.

Check Out Urban Outfitters ➤


Horne logo

Horne’s aesthetic is more minimalist than some of the major retail chains on this list, making it a great place to turn for those who want an understated and sleek look.

They carry pieces from a broad range of furniture brands that includes a lot of the big names you might have heard of, and a bunch of cool up-and-comers you probably don’t know (yet).

Check Out Horne ➤


YLighting logo

YLighting’s name is more than a little misleading.

They used to be called YLiving, which was much more appropriate, since they carry a wide range of home products that goes well beyond lighting.

In addition to a good selection, they further distinguish themselves from some of the other stores on this list by offering free shipping, which is particularly enticing for those of us who prefer online shopping.

Check Out YLighting ➤

ABC Carpet & Home

ABC Carpet & Home logo

ABC Carpet & Home is another example of a furniture store who’s name is limited, but whose selection is anything but.

ABC carries a huge range of products and styles across just about every home category, making it a one-stop shop for new furniture and decor.

Check Out ABC Carpet & Home ➤

Design Within Reach

Design Within Reach logo

DWR offers a modern and design-forward aesthetic that’s quite distinct from a lot of the midcentury stuff you see in other stores.

As a result, they’re a great resource for those who want timely and of-the-moment decor, but might not be right if you’re looking to invest in pieces you can keep for the long haul.

Check Out DWR ➤


Apt2b logo

If you’re going for a home look that’s chic, modern and looks like it might have been designed by a pro, then you’ll probably love Apt2B.

Their stuff is well made and high quality, but much more modern and distinct than a lot of what you’ll find at some of the bigger name stores.

Check Out Apt2b ➤


Anthropologie logo

Anthropologie is best known for its womenswear, but it branched out into home goods a few years ago and now offers a pretty good selection of decor and accent pieces.

They take the same boho-chic approach to their home products as they do to their clothing, making it a great store to find uncommon goods you won’t find in a lot of other stores.

Check Out Anthropologie ➤


AllModern logo

AllModern is an online marketplace that carries a wide variety of both small home accessories and larger furniture items like beds, couches and coffee tables.

As you can probably guess by the name, their core focus is on pieces with a modern aesthetic, although they do have a pretty big selection that covers a number of other styles.

Check Out AllModern ➤

Jonathan Adler

Jonathan Adler logo

The phrase Jonathan Adler uses to describe his furniture is “Modern American Glamour,” which probably gives you some idea of both the style and the price point.

His stuff is sophisticated and distinctly upmarket, adding a touch of class to any living space.

And while the price is high, the value is there, making it a good place to turn for unique, show-stopping pieces you want to keep in your home for years to come.

Check Out Jonathan Adler ➤


Joybird logo

Joybird sells well made and unique custom furniture pieces, and prides itself on sourcing everything they sell responsibly.

Their aesthetic is quite modern and fresh, and because their pieces are custom, you can be sure that you won’t see the same pieces at all of your friends’ homes, as often happens with Ikea and some of the other big brands.

Check Out Joybird ➤


Hayneedle logo

Hayneedle’s wide variety of furniture and decor ranges in both style and category.

They carry everything from outdoor furniture to kitchen gadgets, kids’ stuff and even pet products.

They’re in the mid-to-high end of the price spectrum, but the quality is strong and their pieces are pretty impressive.

Check Out Hayneedle ➤

Stores Like World Market But Cheaper

While their prices are pretty reasonable, if you’re looking for a more affordable alternative to stores like Cost Plus World Market, you’re not alone.

Furniture is an expensive industry, and a lot of us are looking to find the lowest possible price, without sacrificing too much style or quality.

Each of the stores below offer good deals on good-looking and decently made furniture.

H&M Home

H&M Home logo

H&M home is best known as a discount retailer of modern and fashion-forward clothes, but in recent years they’ve moved into the world of home decor and accessories too.

Most of their stuff comes at a lower price point than what you’d find at some of the other stores on this list.

But as with their clothes, you should be aware that the lower price can often be accompanied by lower quality, so while their stuff looks great, it might not last too long.

Check Out H&M Home ➤

Joss & Main

Joss & Main logo

Joss & Main is another online furniture that offers good prices on a wide range of furniture and decor.

In addition to some pretty reasonable base pricing, what’s nice about them is that they also have a fairly large sale section, so if you keep an eye on them you can find some really great deals.

Check Out Joss & Main ➤


Wayfair logo

Wayfair has become one of the most popular online furniture retailers, and for good reason.

Their selection is gigantic and encompasses furniture styles, pieces and brands from all across the design spectrum.

And in addition to furniture, they have an equally big selection of home decor and kitchen items.

As a result, they’re a great resource for everyone from the college student moving out on their own for the first time to the empty nesters looking to refresh their forever home.

Check Out Wayfair ➤


Amazon logo

Amazon is a small, independent local store that almost no one has heard of.

(And if you believe that, I’ve got a wonderful metallic tower to sell you in Paris…)

Kidding aside, Amazon’s retail dominance very much includes the home decor and furniture markets, and it’s a great place to find some low-cost, stylish stuff that won’t break the bank.

Check Out Amazon ➤


Target logo

Target isn’t quite as big as Amazon, but very much a behemoth in its own right.

One thing that’s nice about Target is that they’ve distinguished themselves from other discoutn department stores like Walmart and Amazon by putting an emphasis on style, which applies to both their clothes and their furniture offerings.

As a result, it’s a good place to turn for super-affordable but still pretty good-looking home decor and furniture.

Check Out Target ➤

Nordstrom Rack

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Nordstrom Rack is a close competitor of TJ Maxx, which as noted above is better known for selling discount clothes than discount furniture.

But much like their competitor, Nordstrom Rack has a pretty extensive home section stocked with a lot of the same big-name brands you’d find at their flagship store, but with much lower price tags.

Check Out Nordstrom Rack ➤

Ashley Homestore

Ashley Homestore logo

Ashley Homestore is a bit of an anomaly in this section about affordable stores like World Market, because their offerings vary.

Some of their stuff is on the higher end of the spectrum and more in line with stores like West Elm and Pottery Barn.

But a lot of it is actually much more affordable, so while you may have to sift through their website to find some deals, there are definitely some good prices to be found.

Check Out Ashley Homestore ➤


Overstock logo

Overstock is another fairly massive online retailer that offers a huge selection of furniture and home decor categories.

But the best part about Overstock isn’t the selection, it’s the pricing.

They buy liquidated furniture that other stores didn’t sell at a huge discount, then re-sell it to consumers at prices that are significantly lower than what they would have paid if they found it at the original retailer.

Check Out Overstock ➤


Ikea logo

As beloved for its Scandinavian designs as it is loathed for its windowless warehouse-style showrooms, Ikea can be a bit polarizing among furniture aficionados.

But when you set aside the way Ikea is perceived in some circles, it’s easy to see why they’ve become one of the best stores in the world for low-cost furniture.

Their stuff is innovative, stylish and undeniably affordable (if not exactly the most sturdy), making them an absolute staple of both cities and suburbs all over the world.

Check Out Ikea ➤

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