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Furniture should do more than serve a purpose — it should bring you joy and express your personality without breaking the bank. And that's where affordable furniture stores come in!
This guide highlights our picks for the 30 best places to buy high-quality, affordable furniture for your space. And since "affordable" means different things to different people, we've included a range of price points that should hit the mark.
Remember, furnishing your home should be fun! So pick a few stores that fit your budget and make a wishlist. After all, you're creating the rooms where you'll live, laugh, and love for years to come, and you deserve beautiful memories.
If you've spent any time shopping for living room furniture, you'll likely relate to the story behind Albany Park. It was born in 2017 when founders Darryl and Jessica Sharpton had difficulty finding a nice sofa at a fair price. Especially since delivery takes upward of 4-6 weeks from high-end brands!
So, they launched Albany Park, a designer furniture retailer focusing on fair pricing. They also work to eliminate decision fatigue by offering just three sofa models that suit almost everyone's style and comfort needs.
What we like: Albany Park's uncomplicated catalog helps make shopping less overwhelming, and each piece is designed for a 10-minute assembly. They also Affirm as an alternative payment method.
Cost: Sofas start at $1,027; Sectionals start at $1,690 | Shipping: Free shipping| Returns: 30-day return policy
Nathan James is another brand with a relatable backstory — it all started when founder Brooklyn Burdon moved out of her parent's house. She was excited to design her own space until she realized how expensive it would be to furnish her dream space without turning to garage sales and hand-me-downs.
So, she decided to start a furniture brand that sold affordable furniture she'd be happy to put in her own home, with easy assembly and long-lasting construction. And most pieces are made with apartments and small spaces in mind.
What we like: Easy cancellations, excellent customer service, free returns, and lighthearted assembly instructions — what more can you ask for?
Cost: TV stands start at $140; Dining sets (seating included) start at $280| Shipping: Free shipping| Returns: 100-day no-questions-asked return policy
FloorFound is pretty awesome — the brand works with a wide range of retailers to help open box pieces, returned items, and floor models find new life. And this innovative approach keeps furniture out of landfills.
As of December 2021, FloorFound reports having helped re-circulate nearly 200,000 pounds of furniture that may have otherwise ended up in the trash. (Wow!)
This circular commerce model benefits clients, customers, and the planet all in one go. And everything is sold below its regular price. Did we mention that this already-discounted store has a clearance section?
What we like: FloorFound created a way to help the planet, customers, and retailers, and we respect their dedication to ethical commerce. Plus, checking out new things in the catalog is always fun.
Cost: Headboards currently start at $150; Bed frames currently start at $246 (prices change as new stock arrives) | Shipping: Shipping rates are calculated based on item weight, delivery location, and cost of fuel | Returns: 14-day return policy
With a massive selection of indoor and outdoor home furniture, Birch Lane features pieces for almost every budget. It launched under its parent company, Wayfair, and specializes in traditional styles designed to fit in with whatever you already own.
Why traditional styles? Because Birch Lane is looking to sidestep trends, which often lead to buyer's regret just a year or two down the road, and sell furniture pieces that can stand the test of time. And that's something we can get behind!
What we like: You'll find almost anything in their catalog, from mattresses and bedroom sets to coffee tables and accent chairs. And you can check customer reviews before you buy.
Cost: Bed frames start at $300; Sofas start at $740 | Shipping: Free shipping on orders over $35 | Returns: 30-day return policy
AllModern is another online retailer in the Wayfair family. It focuses on modern furniture in various popular styles, ranging from boho to farmhouse chic, with options for almost every price point. Its catalog offers everything from lighting and mirrors to dining tables, bedroom sets, and outdoor seating. You'll also see shower curtains, towels, and a vast selection of rugs in the mix.
AllModern stands out with an Inspiration section that's perfect for helping you decide what style you're looking for and what furniture you need. And it almost always has good bargains if you browse the catalog.
The best deals are usually in the hidden Outlet section, with limited-time closeout prices and deep discounts.
What we like: With pieces for every room, you can do all your new-home shopping on AllModern. And you can check out customer reviews before buying to ensure you know what you're getting.
Watch out for: Some customers report disappointment in fabric durability and difficulty assembling some of the more oversized items — always check the reviews!
Cost: Sectionals start at $640; Recliners start at $399 | Shipping: Free shipping on orders over $35 | Returns: 30-day return policy
Grandin Road has a giant selection of indoor and outdoor furniture with a blend of traditional and statement pieces. Its catalog has everything you need to lay the foundation for your home's decor, with quality furniture for every room.
The site also has a Shop the Look section that lets you scroll through professional designs like those you've probably saved on Insta or Pinterest. And when you click on a look you like, you can check out each piece shown in the picture to decide what you want to snag for your space.
What we like: Grandin Road always has sales so you can shop at even lower prices. And you can check out customer reviews before buying.
Watch out for: Some customers report that the items they receive don't meet their expectations for quality, so it's best to read reviews before you buy.
Cost: Nightstands start at $349; Home office desks start at $449 | Shipping: Shipping starts at $9.95 for orders between $0-$44.99 and tops out at $299.95 for orders $3500 and over | Returns: 90-day return policy
Novogratz is the brainchild of HGTV home improvement professionals Cortney and Robert Novogratz, designed to bring unique pieces and a wide range of styles to fans and amateur interior designers. You'll find beautiful contemporary home decor in every section of its catalog, with a curated selection that won't overwhelm you with too many choices.
Novogratz almost always has items in its clearance section so you can buy its already-affordable furniture at even lower prices. And you can pay with Affirm, which makes it even easier to afford the look you want.
We recommend checking out the Room in a Box section, which lets you buy whole office, kitchen, and living room sets at discounted prices.
What we like: It's hard not to buy from Novogratz with alternate payment methods, low prices, and everything from dressers to chaise sectionals.
Watch out for: Some customers have reported difficulty assembling larger pieces of furniture, but the issues are usually resolved.
Cost: Sofas start at $419; Side tables start at $79 | Shipping: Free shipping on orders over $100 | Returns: 30-day return policy
Article does mid-century modern, contemporary, and modern furniture at 30% off typical price tags by selling directly to the consumer. In addition, many of its styles draw inspiration from Scandinavian aesthetics, making them perfect for today's homes.
With everything from buffets and sideboards to modular sofas and sleek media units, Article has everything you need to keep your home organized, clean, and classy. And its bundles let you buy complete looks for your outdoor spaces, living room, bedroom, home office, and dining room at discounted prices.
It's worth noting that Article is another site on the higher end of the budget range in this list. However, you can elevate your look with a few staples from Article mixed in with pieces from more affordable sites.
What we like: It's easy to love Article with their focus on quick assembly, high-end quality, and customizable finish and size options for multiple products.
Watch out for: Some customers have reported defects in their orders, but Article is happy to replace damaged or defective items.
Cost: Sofas start at $999; Dining tables start at $399 | Shipping: Free shipping on overs over $1,000 | Returns: 30-day return policy
There's something for everyone at Raymour & Flanigan. Even its higher-end pieces have accessible price points! And it has an outlet section with even deeper discounts on hundreds of furniture pieces.
We particularly love Raymour & Flanigan's commitment to sustainability, with in-house recycling centers to keep packaging materials out of landfills. By doing its part to take care of the planet, Raymour & Flanigan is contributing to a better future for everyone, which is highly valued at Living Cozy.
What we like: With a massive catalog of furniture for every room and style, it can be your one-stop shop for furnishing and decorating your home. And if you're near one of its showrooms, you can browse in person.
Watch out for: Some customers have expressed disappointment with the quality of Raymour & Flanigan's veneered wood furniture.
Cost: Sleeper sofas start at $629; Home office desks start at $239| Shipping: Shipping rates are calculated based on: item weight, delivery location, and cost of fuel; some home decor items have free shipping | Returns: Most furniture does not qualify for returns after the delivery has been accepted
A time-tested favorite for discount shopping, Overstock offers a giant selection of furniture, decor, and home goods with low prices and almost any style you could want. And you can shop from the clearance section for lower prices on its already-discounted furniture.
You can wait for flash deals, sign up for a rewards membership, or catch one of Overstock's many sales to score even more affordable furniture. And with an ever-changing selection, seeing what's new in their catalog is always fun.
What we like: With thousands of options from a vast list of brands, Overstock has something for everyone and is another one-stop shop for those who want to buy everything from one place.
Watch out for: Check customer reviews for insight on the quality of each item, as Overstock sells products from multiple retailers, and some customers report inaccurate descriptions or poor quality.
Cost: Accent chairs currently start at $66.49; Sofas currently start at $242 | Shipping: Shipping fees vary, but many items qualify for free shipping | Returns: 30-day return policy
Bob's Discount Furniture is a retail chain with in-person locations across the U.S. and a wide variety of affordable furniture for every room. You can find almost anything in the online catalog from large sectionals to coffee tables and decor, and it offers a feature that lets you virtually preview how the furniture will look in your home.
Many of the seating options at Bob's Discount Furniture feature its signature Bob-O-Pedic memory foam for extra comfort. In addition, you can add an extended warranty to any furniture purchase, and the outlet deals page has fantastic sale prices.
What we like: It's hard to argue with affordable furniture pieces designed to last for years, plus optional 5-year warranties and financing options.
Watch out for: The 5-year warranty, Goof Proof protection, doesn't cover all potential accidents and causes of damage.
Cost: Sofas start at $249; Headboards start at $99 | Shipping: Shipping rates are calculated based on the type of shipping selected in addition to item weight and delivery location | Returns: Once you accept the furniture, you cannot return it in most cases
Sabai is a women-founded BIPOC furniture brand focusing on sustainable production and affordable prices. The brand offers a small selection of American-made living room seating, known as The Essential collection. You'll also find a table among its curated selection.
While such a small selection might seem odd to some, Sabai is among a handful of today's brands dedicated to making furniture more environmentally friendly and accessible for all budgets. All packaging is plastic-free, all materials are recycled, natural, or FSC-certified, and all production is ethical and domestic. And each piece is made to order to reduce waste.
Sabai's prices are on the high end of this list, but for sustainable furniture made to last a lifetime, they're hard to beat. Especially considering the money you'll save by repairing the same furniture for years through their Repair Don't Replace program instead of replacing it with a new one down the road. Also, Klarna payment options are available to make prices more accessible.
What we like: Everything from Sabai is replaceable, so you can fix anything that breaks instead of throwing it away, which doesn't just save the planet — it saves customers money!
Watch out for: Some customers report delivery taking over the estimated time given, but this is expected with made-to-order goods.
Cost: Sectional starts at $1,845; Accent chair starts at $745 | Shipping: Shipping varies depending on location and item (e.g., the sofa and loveseat ship for $65 to the 48 contiguous united states) | Returns: 30-day return policy
As the parent company to a couple of options we've already highlighted, Wayfair is a well-known option for modern furniture on a budget. It has a huge selection of furniture with prices for every budget and something for every room, so you can furnish your whole home from its catalog if you'd like.
Wayfair has daily sales, so you can score great deals if you're patient. Its site even features a home improvement section, a bonus for anyone furnishing a fixer-upper!
What we like: Wayfair has made itself a definite contender for anyone on a budget with a financing program and a credit card. And you can check customer reviews before buying.
Watch out for: Some negative reviews have expressed disappointment in the furniture quality, so it's best to look for well-reviewed pieces.
Cost: Loveseats start at $130; Headboards start at $62 | Shipping: Free shipping on orders over $35 | Returns: 30-day return policy
Dot & Bo is a fun, quirky retailer with furniture pieces for every room, vibe, and budget. It sells almost any modern style you could ask for, and the site carries products from a wide range of well-known brands.
The clearance section almost always features a few drool-worthy items at even lower prices than you'll find on the rest of the site. And you'll have the option to make installment payments via Sezzle on most orders.
What we like: With regular sales and a great clearance section, you can find stylish, affordable furniture that won't max out your credit card.
Watch out for: Some customers report issues with durability, but overall feedback is positive.
Cost: Loveseats start at $237; Ottomans start at $28 | Shipping: Free shipping available for many | Returns: 30-day return policy for most items
Scrolling through Joss & Main is like browsing Pinterest, except you're more likely to find affordable furniture you can afford. In addition, if you sign up for emails, you can catch flash sales that drop the prices even lower, with some items discounted below $20.
Joss & Main is the trendy younger sibling in the Wayfair family, but you'll still find everything you expect from Wayfair brands. That means a wide selection, daily sales, and affordable shipping.
And as a bonus, you can check out reviews of each item to see what other customers think and help you find the perfect fit.
What we like: If you make an account, you can create idea boards to determine precisely what you want and need for your space! And you can't argue with custom upholstery, quality furniture, and accessible prices.
Watch out for: Some customers report difficulty assembling more oversized items like bed frames.
Cost: Sofas start at $570; Bed frames start at $488 | Shipping: Free shipping on orders over $35 | Returns: 30-day return policy
A long-standing name in the industry, Ashley Furniture has earned a reputation for affordable furniture and stylish finds. The brand has been around for over 75 years, and they have store locations across the U.S. for those who'd prefer to shop in person.
If you need to furnish large rooms or a whole house on a budget, one-stop shops like Ashley Furniture can make it easier. And if you can find what you need in their deals section, you can find even better prices without sacrificing quality. You can also find killer sales pretty regularly.
What we like: We love brands that have stood the test of time, and there's a reason Ashley Furniture is one of the largest furniture retailers in the country.
Watch out for: Some customers have reported shipping delays. And others have mentioned issues with quality, so it's best to look for well-reviewed pieces and read what reviewers have to say.
Hayneedle is a member of the Walmart family and has been around since 2002. The brand is known for affordable furniture, shoppable inspiration galleries, and many options for furnishing kids' rooms.
The site features a curated collection of unique pieces and timeless styles. And it emphasizes customer care, offering fast customer service response times and protection plans for many furniture pieces.
What we like: The site's style and inspiration gallery makes it easy to see how well its furniture could fit your space and style. And their customer review system can help you decide what to skip and buy.
Watch out for: Some customers report issues with the shipping time and items arriving damaged.
Cost: Sectionals start at $541; Home office desks start at $39 | Shipping: Free shipping | Returns: 30-day return policy
Everyone's heard of IKEA, but if you've never shopped there, you should check out their affordable furniture options. The brand sells stuff that's easy to assemble (despite popular jokes) with modern styling and sleek, clean lines. And if you shop in-store, you can grab lunch while you're there.
There's a reason IKEA is known worldwide for inexpensive furniture, and while their pieces can vary slightly, you can always check the reviews to see what to expect. Just remember to look for the furniture available nearby or for online purchases to avoid disappointment when you check out.
What we like: IKEA has been working on being more sustainable lately, with energy-saving solutions, veggie hot dogs, and recyclable designs. And you'll find covers for a lot of furniture to keep it looking nice in case of stains or tears.
Watch out for: Some pieces of furniture from IKEA have poor reviews for comfort and quality, so don't buy without seeing what other people say.
Cost: Loveseats start at $149; Bed frames start at $49 | Shipping: Large item delivery starts at $49; free in-store pickup | Returns: 365-day return policy
Elephant in a Box has a reputation for quality furniture that's affordable, portable, and long-lasting. Everything is designed to be easy to assemble and, better yet, simple to pack up and move from place to place — a bonus for renters! In addition, you can check out the site's inspiring gallery of customer images to see the brand's products in real homes.
Each piece of furniture from Elephant in a Box can fold to a much smaller, more portable size thanks to the brand's HoneyComb Support Technology. You have to see it to believe it!
For lower prices, you can buy refurbished pieces in the Good as New section. Of course, you won't always find Good as New items, but if you're patient, you might find a perfect fit for hundreds less than you'd spend if it were brand new.
What we like: The brand is committed to sustainability, convenience, and quality. And while its prices aren't the lowest on the market, they're reasonable and accessible.
Watch out for: Some reviews note that sofa cushions are firmer than the customer would prefer.
Cost: Sofas start at $1,099; Beds start at $499 | Shipping: Free shipping | Returns: 30-day return policy
HomeGoods is owned by T.J. Maxx and has similar prices to the well-loved budget brand. It has a huge catalog with furniture that looks way more expensive than it is and some great deals if you can wait for the sales that hit every three months. You can also check out its clearance section for daily discounts on tons of pieces, a bonus if you need to furnish your whole home cheaply.
If you're near one of the many retail locations, you can check out your furniture in person before buying or pick up your order at the store to save money.
One thing to note is that HomeGoods doesn't carry some larger furniture pieces, like sofas and sectionals. Instead, the site focuses on accent furniture, side tables, dining benches, and outdoor pieces.
What we like: The site includes handcrafted furniture and price points for every budget.
Watch out for: Some customers report negative experiences while shopping at in-person HomeGoods locations.
Cost: Side tables start at $40; Ottomans start at $60 | Shipping: Free shipping on orders over $119 | Returns: 30-day return policy
Target has developed a fanbase over the years, and while it's better known for on-trend clothes, its furniture selection is just as fun to browse. And if you're near a location, you can set up same-day delivery or pickup to make your furniture shopping more convenient.
You'll find lots of furniture for small spaces and some eye-catching statement pieces designed to elevate your looks. And if you shop by brand, you can find collections designed by well-known names.
What we like: Free virtual home design service helps you put your spaces together and figure out which pieces you want to buy.
Watch out for: If you're not seeing what you're looking for in Target's furniture sections, use the search feature — you'll find almost anything you could ask for, but the site's organization isn't always the best.
Cost: Sofas start at $120; Beds start at $71 | Shipping: Free shipping on orders over $35 | Returns: 90-day return policy
While Urban Outfitters doesn't have the lowest prices on this list, it does carry stylish boho, romantic, and modern furniture at accessible price points. In reality, it's a higher-end budget shop with pieces that would easily cost three times as much on other sites. But you can catch better prices on the site's furniture sale section if you're patient.
One of the main reasons Urban Outfitters makes the budget list is that it offers a couple of different payment plan options, including Afterpay and Klarna. This is a nice bonus for anyone who needs to furnish multiple rooms with stylish, chic furniture without maxing out a credit card.
What we like: The site boasts funky designs that'll make creating an Insta-worthy aesthetic in most modern homes more straightforward.
Watch out for: Some of the furniture on Urban Outfitters is a bit pricier than what you'll find on similar budget sites. So it might be best to buy a handful of stand-out pieces here and the rest on another site.
Cost: Sofas start at $479; Headboards start at $119 | Shipping: Free shipping on orders over $50| Returns: 30-day return policy
Known for eclectic finds and design ideas from around the globe, World Market — formerly Cost Plus World Market — is an excellent spot to shop on a budget. You can capture the traveler aesthetic without leaving your home with some fun finds, but you'll also see plenty of basics in the catalog.
If you sign up for an account, you'll get decent rewards and notifications about sales regularly. Or you can shop the furniture sale section for discounted prices every day. And if you're near an in-person location, you'll find lots of their stand-out furniture in-store to see and feel before you commit to your purchase.
World Market carries furniture that hits a range of price points, so you can put your rewards towards something pricier down the road while focusing on buying budget pieces right now.
What we like: The site's collections make it easier to put together a complete look for your home and see what it'll look like ahead of time.
Watch out for: Some customers report inaccurate sizing info on the product pages. Check the reviews to see what others have said before you buy.
Cost: Sofas start at $229; Accent tables start at $35 | Shipping: Shipping starts at $4.95 | Returns: 60-day return policy
Big Lots is one of the big box stores on this list, and the site features weekly deals that make it even easier to find discount furniture that fits your budget. In addition, you'll see name-brand items at affordable prices, and if you're near a showroom, you can check out your furniture in person before you buy.
Big Lots is another one-stop shop perfect for furnishing your home from one place — it carries a little bit (or a lot) of everything. And you can opt for lease-to-own on most items, which makes paying for your furniture more accessible.
Some of the deals at Big Lots seem too good to be true, but the secret to its low prices is working with multiple brands. If a brand has too much inventory, Big Lots buys the excess at a discounted price and passes the savings onto its customers.
What we like: Big Lots has a good rewards program, weekly deals on brand-name furniture, and extended warranty options for extra protection.
Watch out for: Some customers have reported issues with quality or need help understanding how to redeem their warranties.
Cost: Sofas start at $199; Bed frames start at $400 | Shipping: Free shipping on orders over $99 | Returns: 30-day return policy
If you like modern designs and bright colors, LexMod might be your dream shop. The brand specializes in on-trend styles like contemporary, mid-century modern, Scandinavian, boho, and rustic, and almost all of its furniture looks more expensive than it is. Check the clearance section for even better deals on hundreds of furniture and decor pieces.
LexMod was launched for artists, interior designers, architects, homeowners, renters, and design enthusiasts everywhere. It has quickly become an industry favorite among those who want to love their living spaces (and bank accounts).
What we like: Many pieces of furniture on the site allow you to choose your upholstery color to ensure it matches your home's palette.
Watch out for: Some customers report delivery delays.
Cost: Sofas start at $490; Dining tables start at $314 | Shipping: Free shipping | Returns: 30-day return policy
Walmart has been a discount staple for over 50 years and is perfect for this list. And if you haven't visited Walmart's website recently, you'll find a much more comprehensive selection than you might remember.
The store has started working with brands worldwide, dramatically expanding what you can buy. Also, while the in-person selection hasn't changed as much as the site, you'll find many quality pieces at most retail locations.
What we like: With plenty of affordable collections and convenient delivery options, Walmart makes it easier to furnish your home room-by-room without breaking the bank.
Watch out for: Some customers report quality issues — check reviews before buying anything.
Cost: Sectionals start at $209; Recliners start at $89 | Shipping: Free shipping on orders over $35 | Returns: 90-day return policy
You might think of Home Depot as a place to buy tools, lighting, and gardening supplies, but it also carries furniture for every room. You can shop by style, browse premade looks, and score great deals if you wait for a sale.
Home Depot is a one-stop shop — especially for homeowners and anyone working on a fixer-upper! You can buy stylish living room sets, bedroom furniture, wall art, and more, plus whatever you need for the rest of your home repair and decorating projects.
What we like: A lot of the furniture at Home Depot has features like USB chargers in nightstands and sofas or hidden storage in ottomans and benches.
Watch out for: Some customers report uncomfortable cushions on some sofas, so check the reviews before you buy anything.
Cost: Bed frames start at $50; Sofas start at $128 | Shipping: Free shipping is available for many items; Free in-store pickup | Returns: 90-day return policy
2Modern has been around for over two decades and is renowned for eye-catching, thoughtful designs and stylish modern furniture. The site features a curated selection of iconic brands and a great sale section with good deals.
While not the cheapest shop on the list, 2Modern carries high-quality furniture at low prices, with several statement pieces that'll make your home stand out. Adding a couple of pieces from their selection to basics from a more affordable site can make creating a magazine-ready home within reach.
What we like: 2Modern has some unique pieces of furniture from hand-selected brands across the web, and its curated selection highlights some of the best affordable furniture on the market.
Watch out for: Some customers have reported issues canceling orders and delayed shipping times.
Cost: Sofas start at $445; Home office desks start at $355 | Shipping: Free shipping on orders over $50 | Returns: 30-day return policy
Perigold set out to connect the design community to design enthusiasts everywhere, creating an online showroom that collects a range of premium home brands in one place. It has options for all price ranges, including budget pieces that'll bring extraordinary style to your space.
If you're budget shopping but still want to create a super-chic look, buying a few statement pieces from Perigold can elevate your home design and give it character. Also, keep an eye out for sales on some of the more expensive furniture pieces, and consider shopping by brand if you see any that you know and love.
What we like: The site offers multiple ways to shop, search, and sort the catalog, making it easier to find things in your price range and style.
Watch out for: You'll want to sort by low-to-high for the price, as Perigold has options for literally every price range, including an armchair for almost $5M.
Cost: Accent chairs start at $199; Headboards start at $109 | Shipping: Free shipping for orders over $35 | Returns: 30-day return policy
If you're not afraid of color and want your home to be as lively as your personality, Z Gallerie might be your dream store. This home decor shop is all about bold, unexpected decor and stunning furniture for artful homes. It sells glamorous furniture, art, and rugs at accessible prices, so you can create your dream look for less.
Z Gallerie is the spot for shoppers who want creative, unique homes with statement pieces that make their friends do a double take. So, if you're okay with being a bit over-the-top and like to surround yourself with the things you love, we bet you'll find a few must-haves.
What we like: Many of the furniture pieces at Z Gallerie have customizable upholstery options and accident protection plans. Plus, you can shop in-store if you're near one of its locations.
Watch out for: Some furniture has higher price points, but there are plenty of budget options in the mix.
Cost: Dining tables start at $339; Bookcases start at $479 | Shipping: Shipping starts at $9.95 for orders between $0-$44.99 and tops out at 10% of the total price for orders over $1,000 | Returns: 14-day return policy; custom orders are not eligible for return