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The Best Places to Buy Furniture and Home Decor Online

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No longer limited to the stores (and family hand-me-downs) around you, online shopping is both a blessing and a curse. There are seemingly no fewer than 1.5 million places to shop for your home online, and while the variety is great for finding the things that are just right for you, the entire furniture-buying search can get overwhelming. And yet, there’s nothing quite like discovering a store that speaks to you and your style.

To help you curate a home that truly reflects your personality and style, we did the hard work of rounding up 101 places to shop online for your home. Our list includes places you’ve definitely heard of before, plus many more that you maybe haven’t. We’ve divided our picks into categories and ranked them on price, but most of them contain products across a range of departments and budgets. Happy shopping!

Where to Buy Everything in One Place

1. Amazon ($) – The ultimate one-stop shop for truly anything you can imagine. With some of the lowest prices around, quick shipping, and a vast selection of items in every category, you could easily never shop anywhere else again.

2. Target ($) – Another shopping behemoth, Target has incredible prices on everything from furniture, bedding, and decor. Not sure where to begin? Check out their home brands to get a more curated selection in your favorite styles: Project62 is full of modern, attainable pieces; Opalhouse has a boho vibe and is full of colors and textures; and Threshold is home to reliably classic and casual finds.

3. Jet ($) – Think of it as more curated Amazon, or a less overwhelming big box store. Their categories are friendly and accessible, with a rotating selection of top picks and helpful tips and inspiration. Everything you buy on Jet ships from one of their warehouses, eliminating the risk of imitation products from third party sellers.

4. Wayfair ($) – Wayfair’s huge inventory and variety  of styles also boasts consistently low prices (plus frequent sales and deals). If you’re easily overwhelmed, this is a good place to browse when you’re looking for something specific, like a coral couch or green armchair. Chances are you’ll find it.

5. Joss & Main ($) – A part of the Wayfair family, Joss & Main is considered the trendy younger sibling, with the same super low prices and daily deals. It also offers a more curated browsing experience.

6. Birch Lane ($) – Yet another branch of Wayfair, Birch Lane has more traditional offerings, but with the same low prices as its sister stores. This site is the destination for those who love the rustic farmhouse style and classic, comfortable decor.

7. Walmart ($) –  Walmart’s site has their complete inventory in one place and daily deals that you might miss in person. Some of their more exciting new home offerings, like MoDRN and Flower Home from Drew Barrymore, are also online-only.

8. Overstock ($) – Another budget destination for all things home and beyond, Overstock is known for their wide range of furniture pieces and constant sales. You can get pretty much anything here though, including pet supplies, electronics, and sports equipment.

9. World Market ($) – Founded over 50 years ago as a way to bring market finds from across the world to the American public, World Market is still the best destination for unique goods at a low price. You can find just about anything here, but start with the decor and textiles and work your way to the furniture.

10.IKEA ($) – The Swedish retailer hardly needs a description, but here it goes: The homeland of accessible Scandi design is affordable, ubiquitous, and renter-friendly. You might need help assembling your new furniture, but the cheap prices make it worth the effort.

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11. AllModern ($) – The fourth branch of the Wayfair family tree is focused on, you guessed it, modern goods at a low cost. While they sell across a wide range of categories (their rug and lighting offerings are particularly good), furniture is where they really shine.

12. West Elm ($$) – Even if you don’t know much about home decor, you probably know West Elm–the brand is a hot spot for quality, modern furniture at comparatively accessible prices. While their rug and lighting categories are full of envy-inducing products, shoppers should definitely check out the furniture first (like this AT-favorite sofa).

13. Crate & Barrel ($$) – This retailer has a contemporary, clean aesthetic at accessible prices. They have a wide range of furniture offerings, including a section devoted to small spaces and a kids site called Crate & Kids (formerly Land of Nod). The store is also a great place to shop for kitchen appliances and accessories.

14. Industry West ($$$) – The selection at Industry West is small but expertly curated. Every collection focuses on quality and plain good design—you’ll find lots of furniture staples (think sofas, tables, and beds) that are anything but basic.

15. Article ($$) – The newer, direct-to-consumer company specializes in well-made, modern furniture at reasonable prices. Check out their sofas (which start at $699) and mid-century modern coffee tables (the majority of which are under $350). The entire stock looks way more expensive than it actually is.

16. The Inside ($$) – This is a newer brand with only a few categories, including beds, chairs, and headboards, but everything they do sell can be customized with a variety of bold, patterned fabrics. (Note: Maxwell Ryan, our Founder and CEO, is an investor in The Inside.)

17. Capsule ($$) – This Los Angeles-based design studio makes unique collections through their partnerships with emerging designers. Their furniture selection is small (mainly sofas and chairs), but the quality is high and you’re guaranteed something that you won’t find in everyone else’s homes.

18. Chairish ($$-$$$) – An online marketplace full of one-of-a-kind vintage pieces, Chairish is for those who love vintage but not the often tedious task of sourcing good thrifted finds. Each item is pre-approved by a team of curators to ensure quality–you won’t find any shady Craigslist offerings here.

19. Blu Dot ($$$) – Known for their ultra cool, modern furniture and cheeky names (hello Hot Mesh), Blu Dot is the place for design-forward statement pieces. That playful style extends to their pieces, which feel approachable, not overly austere. Everything is designed in-house at the company, which is headquartered in Minneapolis.

20. Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams ($$$$) – On the expensive end is Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, which (despite its luxury feel) is very much focused on creating furniture that is comfortable and long-lasting. These pieces are made to be lived in, not stared at (although they’re gorgeous enough to do that too).

21. Design Within Reach ($$$$) – Another high-end site, DWR’s mission is to bring the best of modern and contemporary design in front of consumers who wouldn’t ordinarily have access to is. The result is a wide inventory encompassing a variety of designers and manufacturers, both famous and up-and-coming.

22. Joybird ($$-$$$) – Joybird specializes in custom, mid-century modern silhouettes. Every piece is made-to-order while still remaining relatively affordable. They also offer a 365-day home trial period so you can be certain you absolutely love what you’re paying for.

23. Room & Board ($$$) – Named one of the “Most Innovative Companies in Retail” by Fast Company for its commitment to sustainability and ethical practices, shopping at Room & Board is something you can feel good about. Their classic and heritage-inspired furniture feels comfortable and approachable, and is always built to last. Plus, over 90 percent of their pieces are American-made.

25. CB2 ($$) – Crate & Barrel’s hipper cousin, CB2 has a similar price-point but the vibe is a bit younger, edgier, and more contemporary. There are a variety of options to browse through, and they have recently also launched interesting collaborations. The collections with goop and Ferrer are especially notable.

26. Urban Outfitters ($-$$) – Most well-known for their city-inspired clothing, Urban Outfitters has a surprisingly good (and inexpensive) home collection. Perfect for furnishing first apartments, the assortment can most easily be described as boho-meets-edgy, with a very laid-back vibe.

27. Pottery Barn ($$-$$$) – The more traditional cousin to West Elm, Pottery Barn is reliable and classic. It’s also a brand that will grow with you–aside from the original Pottery Barn brand, there’s also Pottery Barn Kids, PBteen, and PB/Apartment.

28. Apt2B ($$) – As you can probably guess, Apt2B specializes in furnishing stylish small spaces at great prices. If you feel that finding on-trend, attainable pieces is a daunting task, this is the retailer for you.

29. Burrow ($$) – A newer brand, Burrow started with the goal of creating a comfortable, uncomplicated sofa that was also stylish, durable, and direct-to-consumer to cut back on costs. Since then, they’ve expanded to cover a range of seating options that are all customizable and competitively priced.

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Where to Buy Kitchen & Dining

30. Williams-Sonoma ($$$) – This high-end kitchen retailer is part of the Pottery Barn and West Elm family, and is undoubtedly the most comprehensive destination for all things culinary. Aside from a huge variety of cookware and bakeware goods, you’ll also find products devoted to housekeeping, outdoor cooking, and even gourmet food goods.

31. Sur La Table ($$$) – Sur La Table is another favorite destination for home cooks, carrying the best in kitchen brands, including Le Creuset and Nespresso. There’s a huge variety of products here, ranging from kitchen appliances and tools, to standard cookware and quality pantry foods.

32. Canvas Home ($$$) – A favorite for their simple, unfussy designs, Canvas Home has a range of options for dining, flatware, and decor. The brand is known for  taking classic designs and adding a slightly off-kilter touch, whether it’s a somewhat misshapen silhouette or a small pop of color. While you’re there, check out our Founder and CEO Maxwell’s dinnerware collection.

33. Joseph Joseph ($$) – This British retailer brings good design to the most practical and basic parts of the home, like trash cans and cutting boards (their very first product). Their problem-solving designs also offer fun twists on things you’ve seen (and been disappointed by) before, like drawer organizers and mixing bowls.

34. LEIF ($$$) – A small lifestyle shop full of curated everyday home goods, Leif kind of looks and feels like a Pinterest board come to life. While the retailer sells across a range of categories including paper and decor, the tabletop section is particularly full of beautiful finds that you won’t find elsewhere. Everything feels fresh and friendly.

35. Whisk ($$) – This NYC retailer has something for everyone, whether you’re an infrequent home cook or borderline professional chef. A mix of big name and lesser-known brands, it’s also a great spot to browse for gifts.

36. Farmhouse Pottery ($$$$) – Located in Vermont, Farmhouse Pottery specializes in tabletop goods and vases that are certainly expensive but expertly made and one-of-a-kind. Beyond pottery, the company also sells linens, decor, and glassware.

37. Heath Ceramics ($$$) – Founded in 1948 as a small pottery in California, Heath Ceramics has since grown to be a major home goods destination for timeless, well-made pieces. Their dinnerware and tabletop collections are particularly notable, with a variety of gorgeous colors and simple designs.

38. East Fork ($$$) – Another small pottery and home goods retailer, East Fork is first and foremost known for their famous mug, but the rest of its seriously Instagrammable inventory is just as distinctive and well-loved. Based in North Carolina, all of the clay East Fork uses is locally-sourced, and the designs are functional, long-lasting, and laid-back.

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Where to Buy Bedding & Bath

39. Brooklinen ($$) – We really, really love Brooklinen. This direct-to-consumer brand is aimed towards millennials who want luxury bedding but can’t afford the luxury retailers. Come for the perfectly wrinkly linens, stay for the cashmere sheets.

40. The Company Store ($) – If you’re getting a little jaded by all the newer bedding brands out there, go back to basics with The Company Store’s 100+ years of heritage and expertise. This budget-friendly retailer has a wide range of bedding and bath options, from sateen and percale to flannel and linen fabrics. They’re especially known for their down comforters, but have expanded into down alternative options as well.

41. RH ($$$$) – Formerly known as Restoration Hardware, RH may have great furniture and decor, but if you have to choose one category to shop, choose bedding and bath. With an impressive number of luxury and hotel bedding collections (including washed velvet and embroidered linen), and some of the softest towels on the market, it offers a wider selection than many online-first brands.

42. Crane & Canopy ($$) – One of the first direct-to-consumer bedding brands, Crane & Canopy quickly became famous for their problem-solving Nova duvet cover. Since then, they’ve expanded into a major destination for inexpensive bed and bath linens. Their offerings are full of color and personality, unlike the more subdued, all-white bedding styles of late.

43. Serena & Lily ($$$$) – The California-inspired retailer is all about products that will make your home feel like a retreat, from crisp striped bedding to downright cheerful bath towels. If your aesthetic is full of muted tones, this is the brand for you.

44. Parachute ($$) – Possibly the most well-known direct-to-consumer bedding brand, Parachute is quickly growing beyond bed and bath linens to include rugs, decor, and even mattresses. Their core, however, is still made up of those linens that put them on people’s radar–and for good reason. You’ll find sheets and towels made of the best materials and crafted to last for years.

45. Garnet Hill ($) – This New England-based retailer started with flannel sheets, and, despite growing into a range of categories over the past 40 years, bedding is still their strongest offering. Full of high-quality, low-priced products, this is a great site to shop for reliable basics in a variety of colors and patterns.

46. Snowe ($$$) – With an emphasis on simplicity and authenticity, Snowe designs products that are meant to be used every day without compromising quality. The retailer has a range of clean linens for both the bedroom and bathroom, as well as pieces for dining and living.

47. AREA ($$$) – Around since 1990, AREA is a perfect combo of Scandinavian simplicity and modern design. The retailer boasts a large number of bedding collections that are comprised of a range of colors and patterns (you’ll definitely find a style you love), but all share the same quality and durability.

48. Coyuchi ($$$) – Not only are the brand’s materials all organic, but their production partners are all GOTS and Fair Trade certified, and their packaging and shipping practices produce as little waste as possible. Plus, their bedding and bath offerings are just really good.

49. Boll & Branch ($$$) – Another retailer focused on leaving a positive impact, Boll & Branch solely uses Fair Trade-certified, organic cotton, and is committed to transparency in their materials and supply chain. Their efforts show, with their bedding and bath linens feeling equally as good from the inside out.

50. Matouk ($$$$) – Bursting with charm and New England heritage, Matouk is a luxury brand full of some of the finest bedding and bath options around. Our Founder and CEO Maxwell named Matouk’s Milagro bath towels as his personal favorite for its particularly good combo of softness and absorbency.

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Where to Buy Organization & Storage

51. The Container Store ($$) – The fever dream of anyone remotely organization-obsessed. This retailer has it all: custom closets, refrigerator storage systems, and boxes of literally any size you can think of.

52. Bed Bath & Beyond ($-$$) – The go-to for every little thing you need in your home. While this megastore has almost everything, we’re including it in the organization and storage section because that’s where you’ll find the very best offerings. Plus, with seemingly endless coupons and deals, you’ll rarely pay full price when shopping here.

53. MUJI ($$) – An under-the-radar store full of simple, purposefully plain home goods, MUJI is a Japanese brand that is quickly growing in popularity here in the U.S. Full of streamlined home goods and beauty products, you’ll especially love the storage containers and accessories that you’ll actually want to display.

54. Lowe’s ($$) – The home improvement store carries a huge number of storage and organization tools for a variety of spaces, including closets, laundry rooms, and kitchens.

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Where to Buy Outdoor Furniture & Decor

55. Terrain ($$$) – Anthropologie’s outdoor and garden brand, Terrain offers a more curated selection of outdoor furniture and decor, plus a range of beautiful gardening supplies and planters. Unsurprisingly, the price is higher than at other places, but you’ll get unique and design-forward products, a challenge in the outdoor decor market.

56. Pier 1 Imports ($$) – A huge store full of great options for both indoor and outdoor furniture, Pier 1’s outdoor offerings are extensive and relatively inexpensive. From chaises and hammocks to umbrellas and decor, it’s a great spot to look when building your outdoor oasis.

57. Fifth Room ($$$) – What started out as a small, Pittsburgh-based store for quality wood furniture has since morphed into one of the premier marketplaces for outdoor living. Although you can definitely find basic patio furniture here, Fifth Room specializes in the kind of niche outdoor furniture you don’t often see, like gazebos, sheds, and even garden bridges.

58. Home Depot ($$) – True to its name, you can buy just about anything for the home here, including all the best in outdoor living. From gardening supplies and lawn mowers to patio furniture and grills, this is a true one-stop shop for all the essentials (and non-essentials) you need to keep your outdoor space happy.

59. Frontgate ($$$) – This Ohio-based retailer sells outdoor furniture, planters, and pool accessories with plenty of personality, which isn’t typically said about your average patio set.

60. Hayneedle ($$) – From its humble beginnings as hammocks.com, Hayneedle has since grown into one of the largest outdoor living retailers out there, and, in recent years, part of the Walmart family. They sell a huge variety of furniture, decor, lighting, and even games, making it a destination for those who want to make the most of their outdoor space.

61. Arhaus ($$-$$$) – This retailer is a hot spot for high-quality, boho-influenced outdoor furniture and decor. The selection isn’t as big as you’ll find at other places, but that can feel like a relief when you’ve started at larger retailers first.

62. At Home ($$) – Known as the “Home Decor Superstore,” At Home is a particularly good destination for outdoor furniture and accessories. Colorful pillows, cute planters, and fun extras like fountains and wind chimes abound.

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63. Lamps Plus ($$) – Lamps Plus specializes in, well, lamps, of every variety and shape. This is the largest lighting retailer in the U.S., and the selection is unsurprisingly vast, with thousands of designs available to buy. Plus, the company also has a separate Open Box site for the very best lighting deals around.

64. Schoolhouse Electric ($$) – Founded in 2003 with a goal to preserve American manufacturing and thoughtful design, Schoolhouse has an eclectic and one-of-a-kind assortment of home goods. Their lighting offerings are handcrafted and built to last, with every product feeling both modern and timeless.

65. Lumens ($$$) – This design-friendly retailer carries over 300 brands and focuses on lighting that has a broadly modern aesthetic. If you’re looking for lighting that doubles as decor or even art, this is the place to start.

66. Rejuvenation ($$$$) – Based in Portland, Oregon, Rejuvenation focuses on the products you’ll buy during a renovation or home improvement project. Not only do they create their own products, but they also restore antique goods (including light fixtures) to their original splendor.

67. Cedar & Moss ($$-$$$) – Full of mid-century modern designs updated for a new era, Cedar & Moss feels fresh and timeless. Their lighting options can best be described as comfortably elegant, and include sconces and pendants–but, FYI, no lamps.

68. Circa Lighting ($$$$) – With a goal of streamlining the lighting selection process, Circa Lighting offers visitors an ultra curated selection of the best in luxury lighting. The retailer carries a number of high-end designers and brands, and will easily connect you with the high-quality (and expensive) pieces that you won’t find everywhere else.

69. Onefortythree ($$-$$$) – A newcomer to the lighting scene, Onefortythree is quickly becoming a popular destination for handmade, very original lighting and home accessories. Quirkier than many of their competitors, they typically feature bold finishes and interesting design elements.

70. YLighting ($$$) – Another comprehensive site, YLighting has been around for 15 years and sells thousands of designs spanning from modern to contemporary. Similar to Lumens (they belong to the same family), YLighting can feel a bit overwhelming, but you’d be hard-pressed to find a more extensive lighting retailer.

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Where to Buy Rugs & Textiles

71. RugsUSA ($) – Simply the largest selection of rugs at the lowest prices. There are always sales going on, and the clearance section itself is vast enough that you’ll pretty much never have to pay full price on this site.

72. Lulu & Georgia ($$-$$$) – Charming and effortlessly cool, this site has a great assortment of everything from decor and furniture to lighting and art. If you shop one category, though, it’ll have to be rugs. The options range from vintage and traditional to updated and contemporary, with everything feeling current and fresh.

73. ABC Carpet & Home ($$$$) – This high-end retailer offers a huge selection of luxury home goods, with particular emphasis on rugs and carpeting. The site has a particularly strong assortment of vintage rugs, and the large clearance section means you’ll find good deals on ABC’s very high-priced offerings.

74. Revival Rugs ($$$) – If you have a penchant for one-of-a-kind, handmade rugs, this is the site for you. Revival Rugs sells a curated collection of authentic, truly unique Turkish rugs, all hand-picked and sold directly to consumers to ensure low prices.

75. Dash & Albert ($$-$$$) – Annie Selke’s rug brand is full of the designer’s signature colorful patterns, acting as a balm for anyone sick of the cream and black geometric rug trends. These rugs are brimming with personality, and are guaranteed to bring a little happiness to your space.

76. Canary Lane ($$$) – Another destination for authentic vintage rugs, Canary Lane offers a collection of unique handmade rugs from around the world. Ethically-sourced and subjected to high standards of quality and authenticity, you won’t find anything less than the best here.

77. Aelfie ($$) – The Brooklyn-based retailer expertly blends the old with the new, specializing in colorful, modern rugs that are made with traditional methods. Beyond rugs, you’ll also find equally exciting bedding and decor.

78. Eskayel ($$$-$$$$) – Inspired by nature and art, Eskayel creates made-to-order rugs and textiles that are designed with an eye toward sustainability and transparency. Each design is refreshingly original and trends toward contemporary, ensuring something one-of-a-kind for your space.

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Where to Buy Art & Wall Decor

79. Society6 ($) – The go-to spot for affordable art and eclectic decor, Society6 enables thousands of independent artists to sell their work. Artists upload their designs and Society6 creates all the products, which comprise everything from wall art and posters to fanny packs and shower curtains.

80. Minted ($) – The stationery site is better known for their invitation collections, but they also have an impressive assortment of wall art. Every piece comes from an independent artist–you won’t find any mass-produced generic prints here–and the range includes photographs, paintings, and graphics.

81. Etsy ($-$$) – Full of small shops that sell one-of-a-kind, handmade goods, Etsy has pretty much anything you can imagine. Their assortment of wall decor includes, among other things, prints, murals, stencils, and even stained glass pieces. It’s also a great place to go for custom art, from pet portraits to illustrations of the night sky on any day in history.

82. Art.com ($$) – Extensive and wide-ranging, Art.com sells millions of prints of every type and style. If you want a print by a favorite artist (but can’t afford Monet), this is a good place to look. To make browsing less overwhelming, you can search by artist, subject, or even room.

83. Tappan Collective ($$-$$$) – For a more curated selection, browse Tappan Collective, a site that focuses on making the works of emerging artists easily accessible. Aside from prints and paintings, you’ll find a range of sculptures and mixed media pieces.

84. Z Gallerie ($$-$$$) – Founded as a poster shop in 1979, Z Gallerie has since grown into a full decor site that, at its core, is all about the art. The selection feels like a posh gallery, and includes everything from glittering fashion art to darker, more abstract pieces.

85. Saatchi Art ($$$$) – This L.A.-based site features the works of up-and-coming and well-known artists worldwide. You’ll find a huge selection of limited-edition works and other hard-to-find pieces in a variety of mediums, but their biggest category is paintings (over one million original works in total).  

86. ArtStar ($$$) – A longtime AT favorite, ArtStar sells handpicked works that are exclusive to them. Each piece comes with an authenticity card that ensures the quality and originality of your art, and ArtStar also works with artists to create limited editions of their works.

87. 1stdibs ($$$-$$$$) – Inspired by Parisian marketplaces, this site makes luxury antiques and one-of-a-kind finds accessible to the rest of the world. By working with vetted dealers around the world, 1stdibs has a truly unique curation of art, furniture, and fashion.  

88. Artfinder ($$-$$$) – This wide-ranging site brings original, signed artwork straight from the artist to the buyer. Unlike other sites, Artfinder is very much focused on the artists, with an entire section devoted to helping prospective buyers get to know the makers behind their favorite art.

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89. Anthropologie ($$-$$$) – Best known for their gorgeous (and expensive) clothes, Anthro has an impressive collection of whimsical home decor. From tasseled pillows to quirky planters, this is a prime spot for unusual and always eye-catching home accessories.

90. The Little Market ($$) – This non-profit connects consumers with handmade goods made by artisans around the world, and is committed to Fair Trade practices and providing a livable income to their makers. Goods sold include decor, throws, ceramics, and just about anything else you might want for your home.

91. Furbish Studio ($$) – Full of vibrant colors and bold patterns, Furbish Studio is not for the minimalist. There’s a huge range of products here, but for decor you’ll find everything from unique trinkets to statement throw pillows.

92. MoMA Design Store ($$$) – Connected to The Museum of Modern Art, the MoMA Design Store extends its offerings to include innovative, purposeful products for your home. You’ll find cutting-edge, super modern goods that have gone through a rigorous approval process–not unlike the MoMA’s actual collections.

93. Jonathan Adler ($$$) – Known for kitschy design with a touch of modern glam, the home decor section is the more affordable way to add Jonathan Adler to your home. Luxe but with a serious sense of humor, it’s bursting with color and personality.  

94. One Kings Lane ($$$) – This designer-friendly site carries an assortment of exclusive collections, well-known brands, and even an impressive number of vintage finds. The offerings are constantly changing, making it a great place to browse on a regular basis for unexpected finds.

95. High Street Market ($$) – An eclectic mix of modern and vintage furnishings, High Street Market offers a selection of decor that feels distinctly American. Everything here feels timeless but clean–not something stuff you’d find at Grandma’s.

96. Of a Kind ($$$) – A combination of retailer and storyteller, Of A Kind sells plenty of unique products coupled with inspirational content. The inventory here is wide-ranging and includes not only decor, but also apparel, skincare, and even toys.

97. The Citizenry ($$-$$$) – This Instagram-favorite brand is a must-shop. Each piece sold is created by artisans around the world using only local materials. The site is also committed to spotlighting their artisans, so you can know the story and person behind the pieces in your home.

98. BEAM ($$-$$$) – The Brooklyn-based retailer offers a variety of quirky, eclectic finds from under-the-radar brands. The decor assortment feels more like works of art than straightforward home accessories, with pops of color and loud prints that will allow you to fill your space with personality.

99. Zara Home ($-$$) – The giant clothing retailer also has a surprisingly good home section with lots of options and low prices. The small decor buys are particularly worth checking out–a cute, inexpensive catchall tray or candleholder may hold up better than budget linens.

100. H&M Home ($) – Another clothing company with an impressively extensive home collection, H&M Home has the same super low prices that the apparel brand is known for, as well as the same on-trend aesthetic. They also frequently offer flash sales.

101. Danish Design Store ($$$) – If you live and breathe Scandinavian design and are willing to spend a little extra, this is the site for you. Everything here is authentically Danish, from the expertly crafted furniture to the sleek and modern decor. You can also find exceptional deals on the site’s Outlet, Overstock, and Sale sections.

(Photo: Esteban Cortez, Lauren Kolyn)

This post was originally published on October 24, 2016, and was last updated on April 1, 2019.


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