When in doubt, mid-century modern furniture has a classic look that can effortlessly transition across different design styles. Mid-century living room furniture, like the right coffee table or mini bar cart, can make the world of a difference. A mid-century modern bedroom furniture is timeless on it’s own, but a change of sheets and toss pillows can make it look more bohemian or industrial, too.
And, given that many of us are spending more time at home than anywhere else now, it’s no surprise you might be looking for ways to refresh your space to be more functional and fun.
To help, we’ve pulled together an exhaustive list of some of the best sites to buy quality and inexpensive mid-century modern furniture and home decor to help you on your next interior design adventure.
Of course, if you’re not feeling these post-war vibes, you could always choose minimalist Scandinavian pieces or go the maximalist route with some art deco decor. With so many design styles and decor trends out there, the home design options are endless.
Below, take a look at our guide to the best sites for mid-century modern furniture that’s affordable:
AllModern, if you didn't know, is part of the Wayfair family (along with Joss & Main), which explains the exceptional selection on all three sites. AllModern is particularly great for competitively priced design and decor buys.
Wayfair is notorious for its deeply discounted, easily accessible and simple furniture and home goods. This mid-century bookcase looks like it came from the set of "Mad Men."
You didn't think we're create a furniture list without including Amazon, did you? Though it might seem surprising, Amazon actually does have a great selection of mid-century modern furniture, especially from it's furniture brand Rivet.
Urban Outfitters, known primarily for their boho-chic fashion and accessories, has a lesser-known foothold in the furniture and home decor space. But you'll find lots of mid-century finds, like this geometric removable wallpaper, there.
World Market, known for its unique and authentic furniture and home decor items, is a great place to find inexpensive yet well-made furniture.
Anthropologie, though a bit more expensive than other brands, can't be beat when it comes to one-of-a-kind accent pieces, like this starburst coffee table that makes a statement.
One Kings Lane
One Kings Lane
One Kings Lane is a home decor and furniture site that was acquired by Bed Bath & Beyond in 2016, which probably explains the functional quality of most of its products. It's a little on the pricier end, but well worth it.
YLiving is dedicated to bringing modern design to the masses through well-crafted furniture at price points people can get behind.
Apt 2B has a collection of ultra-unique and cute home decor and furniture items that aren't overly pricey.
Joss & Main
Joss & Main
Joss & Main is another member of the Wayfair family (along with All Modern), and is a great site for finding inexpensive and unique finds to tie any room together.
Design Within Reach prides itself on its mission to make modern "authentic" design accessible. It's a bit pricier than some of the other sites in this list, but they can't be beat on authenticity and quality.
Why is everyone obsessed with Target? Probably because you don't have to break the bank to buy expensive-looking and durable furniture items from there. Target brands like Project62 and Opal House have plenty of mid-century modern furniture.