12 Furniture Stores Like IKEA To Buy Minimalist Home Decor

IKEA, who?

We’re not hating on IKEA, but they aren’t the only ones doing minimalist modern home decor right. Although IKEA’s prices are hard to beat, we’ve found some awesome alternatives at every price point that will have you saying, “IKEA who?”

Get creative with your modern aesthetic and check out these 12 alternative furniture stores to buy minimalist home decor.


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Etsy is home to thousands of vendors that specialize in simplistic living and minimalist home decor. They even have a "clean and simple" landing page that makes navigating their modern finds seamless.

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2Modern is all about authentic, thoughtfully created modern design. They're a bit on the higher-end when it comes to their bigger pieces of furniture, but trust that it's worth the investment.
If you're looking for fairly affordable modern home decor, LexMod is where it's at. We're in love with how well they do modern comfort. While minimalist home design gets a bad rap for being cold and sterile, LexMod adds some warmth to the modern home decor space.

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Whether you're looking for a vintage bar cart, backless barstool, or credenza, Apt2B brings you more style for less money. With free white-glove delivery, 100-day returns, and USA-made sofas, you can't beat this minimalist home decor option.
Target (Project 62)

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Target has always been a one-stop shop for simple home decor. But with the addition of their new home line Project 62, minimalist furniture just got even easier to shop for. With prices that are as competitive as IKEA and furniture that's meant for small-space living, you shouldn't be sleeping on Project 62.

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AllModern is within the Wayfair, Birch Lane, and Joss & Main family, meaning it's extremely affordable. They offer chic, trendy options at crazy good prices so you can play around with your minimalist look without the hefty price tag.
Urban Outfitters
Urban recently started focusing on small-space living, meaning their pieces are simplified and designed to not overwhelm. Their items are a bit pricier, so we suggest splurging on one item like a velvet couch or glass bar cart to really pull together your minimalist look.
H&M Home

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If you're renting or simply want to save on simplified home decor, H&M home is a seriously affordable option. They have almost everything under the sun in terms of home accessories, so if you're looking for easy ways to spruce up your living room, kitchen, or bedroom on a dime, look no further.

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Minimalism doesn't mean boring and dull, but carefully curated room decor. That's why we love Fab. Their style is modern yet funky, giving you a chance to add that one piece of furniture that will elevate any room's minimalist aesthetic.

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Cb2, Crate and Barrel's younger, more affordable, and (shh!) trendier sibling, is modern furniture for your apartment, loft, and home. Their design palette has always been a mix of minimalism and mid-century modern, so there's a lot of room to mix and match for optimal style.

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While you might have not thought of Hayneedle as a destination for minimalist home decor, think again. I like to think of Hayneedle as the furniture brand that's both cozy and modern, two words you don't usually pair together. With warmer notes throughout their pieces, you can shop minimalist home decor and not have to compromise on that home-y feel.
Design Within Reach
Design Within Reach is our priciest swap-in for minimalist furniture stores like IKEA. Though, you're getting quality pieces of furniture that won't go out of style, no matter what's currently trending. Similar to our suggestion with Urban Outfitters, splurge on one item and make it the centerpiece of your modern abode.

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