This Sleek Furniture Brand Gives Pottery Barn Vibes at IKEA Prices

published May 16, 2024
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When my husband and I got the keys to our new home in February, we quickly learned how expensive it is to furnish a whole house after living in apartments for the last decade. Excited to be homeowners, we wanted to tackle every inch of every room all at once, but we knew we had to take our time, choose carefully, and find pieces we could realistically afford. 

As I was scrolling through the depths of Amazon late one night, a reeded media console caught my eye: It was exactly the right height for our television, had both cabinets and open storage, and was only $171. It was almost too good to be true. Much to my surprise and delight, the price was definitely real, and thanks to Walker Edison, there was a whole lot more where that came from.

Walker Edison Has Affordable Furniture Finds for Every Room

After my initial discovery, it was only a matter of minutes before I was scouring Walker Edison’s website. What excited me most about the brand — beyond its affordable price point — were the simple, mid-century modern designs that felt cohesive without falling into the trap of every piece looking exactly the same. 

Walker Edison’s catalog is robust, with pieces designed for every room of the home: bed frames, dressers, nightstands, dining sets, kitchen islands, desks, bookshelves, outdoor furniture — the list goes on and on. Many pieces are made from solid wood sourced responsibly from renewable forests, a standard that exceeds that of many pricier luxury brands.

While I tend to learn toward a clean and neutral decor across the board, what I love about Walker Edison’s collection is that the pieces can be styled to match anyone’s taste. Most items come in a number of wood finishes as well as black and white, and they’re versatile enough to incorporate with all of the furniture and decor you already have.

The brand carries more than 1,000 items, which can be purchased directly from its website or via Amazon and Wayfair. I’ve rounded up a few of the pieces that caught my attention, but after you browse the website, I’m sure you’ll easily find plenty of favorites of your own.

1 / 5
Walker Edison
was $265.00

This is the media console that started it all. I love the reeded detail on the front of the cabinets that adds a little bit of texture to your space, and the holes in the back make cable management a breeze. It comes in two sizes as well as two wood finishes.

2 / 5
Walker Edison
was $765.00

Made entirely from solid pine, this Japandi-style dining table seats four and is perfect for cozy dining areas. I love the slatted, pedestal base, and it comes in two equally beautiful wood finishes.

3 / 5
Walker Edison
was $315.00

This playful two-tone writing desk can double as a vanity by simply adding a mirror, and it has a built-in drawer to store office supplies, beauty products, or both. It’s available in two colorways.

4 / 5
Walker Edison
was $175.00

These nightstands offer the perfect mix of open and hidden storage, and the curved frame helps to soften the feel of your bedroom, especially if your other pieces have sharp, clean lines. Walker Edison also offers a small discount if you order a pair instead of just one.

5 / 5
Walker Edison
was $1009.00

Outdoor furniture can be as stylish as indoor furniture, and the proof is in these plush scoop chairs. The mixed materials of aluminum and rattan are supercute, and the pieces are both UV and water-resistant. Plus, papasan chairs are the trend for 2024.