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When it comes to decorating your space, you want to be able to say “home sweet home.”
Whether you’re always searching for affordable mid-century modern furniture, stores that sell Scandinavian furniture, cheap bohemian furnishings or more into minimalist home decor on a budget, one thing’s for sure: you definitely don’t want to overspend.
It’s important to know which pieces are worth the investment, and which are worth finding for cheap. But let’s be honest ― we’ll take a good deal any day, whether it’s on desks for small spaces, products to help make an outdoor office more productive and office chairs that are cute and comfortable.
Of course, there’s the glorious feeling of finding that hidden flea market treasure or perfect floor sample that seemed like it was waiting for you all along.
But you don’t have to leave the comfort of your couch to find furniture and decor for your home — there are plenty of places that offer home items at a discount.
That’s why we wanted to round up the best websites for discount furniture and home goods from, Wayfair to World Market. That way, you can spruce up your space without emptying out your wallet.
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Take a look:
1. Wayfair: Our favorite part about this site is that there’s free shipping on orders over $35. And the site runs daily sales where you can find great buys, including living room furniture and lighting, for up to 70% off.
2. Target: Home decor and furniture designers specifically partner with the retailer to bring lower-priced versions of their lines to the masses. Don’t miss out on Target’s furniture lines like Project 62, which brings mid-century modern styles to you at lower price points, and Opalhouse, which has home objects that feel special. You can check here for Target coupons.
3. AllModern: Lovers of all things “Mad Men” and especially Don Draper will adore this site for its mid-century modern finds that are way cheaper than other sites. But don’t worry, the brand also features farmhouse and industrial home finds.
4. Joss & Main: This flash sale site that’s truly worth the rabbit hole. The sales run typically for two days and are categorized by items, like sectionals, throws and ottomans.
5. World Market: The site has just as many items for decorating your indoor space as it does your outdoor space. You’ll find unique items like a peacock table lamp and an enamel Dutch oven.
6. H&M Home: H&M Home’s filled with all sorts of affordable home decor including bedding, rugs and storage. You could spend hundreds of dollars on curtain. Or you could spend less than $25 (like this patterned panel).
7. Urban Outfitters: This retailer carries boho and vintage furniture that’s just as relaxed and cozy as its clothing options. You’ll want to check out the home sale section, which has everything from candles to crystals and chairs. Snag free shipping on orders over $50. Orders under $49 have a flat rate shipping fee of $5. Be mindful that when you order furniture here, there’s a $100 flat-rate fee. Check here for Urban Outfitters promo codes.
8. Ikea: Obviously, it’s a fan-favorite — especially with its cheap basics that are perfect for a first apartment. The brand even has more sustainable options if you’re looking to go more green. Just be careful when putting the pieces of furniture together (always follow the instructions!). Make sure to check the shipping costs of your order, too.
9. Etsy: In addition to the great furniture finds, Etsy is also great for personalized items like monogrammed towels or embroidered linens. The art, wallpaper and knobs here is worth browsing, too. Our favorite furniture and decor shops include Two Be Continued and ObjectLessonsCo.
10. Houzz: This site is devoted to remodeling your home, and features a shop where you can find discounts on tons of products from tiles to bathtubs to sofas to throw pillows.
11. Crate & Barrel: Find statement pieces that’ll last at this well-known retailer. The brand has almost anything you could think of for any aesthetic, including pieces for “Modern Prairie,” “New Modern” and Art Deco styles.
12. CB2: CB2′s owned by the same parent company as Crate & Barrel and Crate & kids. The brand’s like Crate & Barrel’s more modern cousin and features sales that run almost all the time. Our favorite finds include this quartz crystal chandelier and canopy bed that’s under $800.
13. LexMod: This brand features furniture that’s focused on modern design as well as affordability with outdoor dining sets that’ll work in small spaces and computer desks that are perfect for a home office.
14. Apt2B: Apt2B makes outfitting your abode as easy as possible — without having to spend too much on stylish furnishings and with seamless delivery. You can shop through the brand’s bestsellers and find furniture that’s in stock and ready to ship.
15. One Kings Lane: The flash sale website looks like the Pinterest boards of our dreams, combined with discount furniture, decor and even one-of-kind vintage finds. And you should shop through the markdowns here, too. You won’t want to put a pin in this one.
16. Hautelook: Another flash sale site, another throw blanket for 20% off. There’s always a sale going on at Hautelook, so you’ll know you’re saving every time you shop here.
17. Nordstrom Rack: Like Hautelook, Nordstrom Rack offers home decor that’s been marked down. While you might go there for discount designer shoes, you’ll stay for the discount candles.
18. Lulu and Georgia: Known especially for its rugs, Lulu and Georgia has furniture for every part of your house, too, including this swivel chair and velvet dining chair. Make sure to see the sale section as well.
19. T.J. Maxx: Purchase designer linens for less, or stock up on mix-and-match decorative plates for a fraction of the price. Maxxinstas can rejoice with this pick.
20. Bed Bath & Beyond: You’ll find lots of bed, bath and well, all sorts of home items at Bed Bath & Beyond. And you can get discounts plus additional coupons on top of that. Check for Bed Bath & Beyond coupons here.
21. Society6: For artist-designed wall art and home decor, you can turn to Society6 that’s unique and will stand out in your space. You’ll have guests asking “Where did you get that?” all the time for sure.
22. Overstock.com: In addition to everything being on sale all the time, the site runs daily and weekly flash sales.
23. Minted.com: The adorable home decor site is the perfect place to find little touches like cloth napkins, wall art or a new lampshade. And you can personalize your picks, too.
24. Home Depot: Last but certainly not least. The site has basically everything you could want for your home, including if you just want to start building from scratch. Plus, you can find all the tools to put everything together here, too. A win-win in our book.