Our Guide to the Best Affordable Furniture That Isn’t from Ikea
A low budget doesn’t have to mean flatbox-only furniture
Written byNena FarrellNovember 29, 2017
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1 of 19Urban Outfitters
Low Budget, Original Style
If there’s one place you turn to for home furniture when you’re on a budget, it’s usually Ikea. But if you’re trying to keep your home from looking like a Swedish-style showroom, try shopping at these fellow low-budget home stores that can add a cozy traditional touch or a kick of midcentury style to any room. Check out some of our favorite affordable furniture picks from these shops.
2 of 19Target
Target Project 62
Target’s a go-to spot for many reasons, and it’s become more of a home destination than ever with the launch of their new line, Project 62. Many of the midcentury-inspired pieces have colorful twists that can brighten up a variety of rooms, while the line includes more classic options that can blend seamlessly with a variety of aesthetics and palettes.
Add an affordable touch of glam with this marble and gold piece.
5 of 19Urban Outfitters
The Urban Outfitters Home line has a great selection of stylish yet budget-friendly pieces to style a new apartment or home. Most of their pieces are only available online, but more and more Urban Outfitters Home brick-and-mortar showrooms are popping up, with one of the most recent additions being located in San Francisco. Their on-trend offerings make it easy to freshen up a room’s style without spending a huge amount.
These affordable side tables add a minimalist touch to any room, ideal for small corners or spaces that could use a little more table surface.
Joss & Main/Wayfair
8 of 19Joss & Main/Wayfair
Joss & Main
Explore this curated, online-only home decor site that features collaborations with celebrities and daily sales. Joss & Main offers a wide range of both furniture and home decor, and their pieces fit well in classic, country-style homes.
Get the media stand of your Instagram dreams, with a budget price tag.
14 of 19Birch Lane/Wayfair
The rustic, online-only Birch Lane has some luxurious-looking pieces for steal prices. The traditional inspiration-style shop even offers an idea board feature, which you can use to collect items you’ve got your eye on.
We love a good drawer pull, so skip the DIY and choose this dresser.
17 of 19Amazon Home
Amazon has a huge online home selection, with a variety of designers (including original new lines by Amazon themselves, Rivet, and Stone & Beam) and special collections. It’s easy to sort by price ranges, too, to find great items within your budget.