No one can deny that shopping for furniture in a physical store is pretty satisfying—you get to sit on tons of sofas, try out beds to your heart’s content, and curl up in a bunch of different chairs to help you find exactly the right one for you. But in terms of selection, the internet definitely has the brick-and-mortar shopping experience beat. Online, you have pretty much every store and style you can imagine at your disposal with just a few clicks. You may not be able to test out a couch yourself, but you can read reviews, and you can search for the precise item you want, narrowed down by your price range, all from the comfort of your own home.
But with all the options out there, shopping for furniture online can become pretty overwhelming. These online stores—from shops you may not have heard of, to brands you already know and love—make it easy for you, with tons of options in just about every style and at varying prices, from ultra affordable to totally high-end.
Like its beloved NYC store, ABC Carpet & Home’s website has a vast selection of globally-sourced furniture, decor, and—of course—both new and vintage rugs to choose from. There, you’ll find stylish, modern pieces alongside wellness products, jewelry and accessories, and more. It’s like a one-stop shop for all things beautiful.
A great store for affordable and high-end pieces— has a wide selection of super chic furniture, from unique accent tables (like this one!) to stunning velvet beds, along with tons of decor and accents, too. It also has a stylish children’s section, so you can outfit your kids’ rooms, too.
No list of online furniture stores would be complete without Amazon. You probably already know you can find furniture (and tons of it) on the site, but did you know that Amazon has its own furniture lines, Rivet and Stone & Beam? Whether your style’s more industrial, mid-century modern, or full-on Joanna Gaines-inspired, you’re covered.
You know you can count on Walmart for things like groceries and other home essentials, but you can also find tons of stylish furniture on the brand’s website at rock-bottom prices. Especially with the launch of its recent furniture line, MoDRN.
Think of CB2 as like, Crate & Barrel’s cool little sister: The same quality you know and love, but with a little extra flair. CB2 only has physical stores in 15 locations, but you don’t have to live near one to take shop there—online, there’s a wealth of furniture and decor items you’ll love.
Design legend Bunny Williams is behind this store, which is full of her original designs as well as reproductions of her favorite antique pieces. The inventory here may not be as big as some of the other stores on this list, but the furniture and decor you do find there is gorgeous and unique—the fact that it’s all shoppable online is really a gift.
It doesn’t matter if you’re on the hunt for new high-end pieces or you prefer antique and vintage furniture and decor, One Kings Lane has it all—and a huge inventory of it, to boot. (The chairs category has more than 2,000 results at the moment, just for example.) And if you somehow don’t see anything you like, you can use Palette by One Kings Lane to customize a small selection of furniture with different fabric options.
High end style awaits you at Jayson Home, a designer favorite where furniture and decor are hand-picked (by both the brand’s creative director and VP and director of merchandising) from all around the world. It’s an especially fun store to visit IRL, but luckily Jayson Home’s impressive inventory is online, too. Oh, and it’s another great stop for vintage pieces.
West Elm making this list shouldn’t surprise you, but just in case you’ve never been to one of the brand’s stores, you should definitely check out its website. With prices on the higher end of affordable and a selection that goes well beyond furniture (though it does furniture so well), you’ll definitely want to check out the site.
At World Market, you’ll find quite the wide selection of items, from furniture (of course, that’s why you’re here!) to clothes, food, and more. You can shop for furniture by room like you can at most online furniture stores, but you can also shop by style, which is so handy.