7 Places to Find Inexpensive, Modern Furniture

7 Places to Find Inexpensive, Modern Furniture

98cac5b8824ffa9dfec076061c9bc13f5981f2d1?w=240&h=240&fit=crop
Nancy Mitchell
Feb 23, 2016
(Image credit: CB2)

Of course we all love IKEA, but sometimes you want something just a little different (or something that all your neighbors don't already have). The trick, of course, is that finding beautiful, modern furniture at inexpensive price points is a little like finding a needle in a haystack. If you've got champagne taste and a beer budget, take a look at this list of seven retailers where you can satisfy your design craving — while still being able to pay the rent.

CB2

CB2 is a little like Crate & Barrel's younger, hipper sibling, and it's been a favorite of mine since I was a newly minted college grad. Their price points are a bit higher than the IKEA average, but you can still find plenty of quality pieces in the under-$200 range.

Blu Dot

Blu Dot specializes in modern pieces at reachable costs. And if these prices prove to be a bit high for your current budget, they also make a line for Target.
Jacksonville Convertible Sofa, $356.99 from AllModern
(Image credit: All Modern)

AllModern

It may take you a bit of digging, but there are some really nice, really affordable pieces on AllModern — definitely worth the hunt.

Muji

Muji is sort of like the IKEA of Japan, specializing in simple, streamlined objects at low prices. Besides furniture they also make clothing, luggage, and pretty much anything you can imagine for the home.

Modern Wall Shelf, 2/$40 from Urban Outfitters
(Image credit: Urban Outfitters)

Urban Outfitters

Even if their clothing is a bit too Coachella for you, you can still find plenty of reasonably price furniture pieces in UO's 'Apartment' section. The overall vibe is a bit more vintagey and bohemian than IKEA's, not a bad thing for folks who want to shake up their look a little.

Scandinavian Designs

At Scandinavian Designs you'll find plenty of envelope-pushing pieces, many at wallet-friendly prices.

Dual-toned panel desk, $152 from Dot & Bo
(Image credit: Dot & Bo)

Dot & Bo

You'll recognize a lot of online retailer Dot & Bo's offerings as reproductions of classic midcentury designs — but even if that's not your thing, you'll still find plenty of pleasing modern pieces at lower price points.

Re-edited from a post originally published 2.9.15-NT

Created with Sketch.