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. I mean, 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.
But with ALL the options out there, shopping for furniture online can be 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.
Kendall Sofa, $749.99
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.
Transmit Coffee Table, $169.50
LexMod is a great resource for finding high style at lower prices—everything on the site is directly sourced and sold by LexMod, so you get things at a more affordable price point. It's especially great if you love a more modern style.
Bernard Accent Table, $283.80
Another affordable-to-high-end store, Lulu & Georgia 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. They also have a stylish children's section, so you can outfit your kids' rooms, too.
Mid-Century Coffee Table, $199
Okay, 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, they've gotchu.