The Best Online Shopping Sites for Your Home
Overwhelmed by the bazillions of shopping sites online? We narrowed them down into a super-selective list to help make decorating easier than ever.
Whether you're planning a full remodel or just want to switch out drawer pulls, it's great to have options, but with so many places to shop, you may quickly feel exhausted with decision fatigue. To help narrow down a starting point, we listed our favorite online sources for furniture, decor and more. These are the stores our editors and design experts turn to when they need something unique, budget-friendly or high-quality.
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Best for Traditional Classics
Pottery Barn: Our go-to destination for timeless furniture, lamps, bedding and kitchenware at an accessible price point.
Serena & Lily: For feminine, coastal-inspired pieces, Serena & Lily is the best place for sophisticated, beachy furniture, bedding, rugs and tabletop items.
Ballard Designs: Elevated casual furniture, mirrors, lighting and more with a touch of glam at a medium-to-high price point.
Best for Modern & Contemporary Pieces
Room & Board: Modern furnishings, decor, lighting and rugs with an emphasis on ethically and sustainably sourced wood. Ninety percent of products are manufactured in the U.S.
West Elm: Sleek and streamlined midcentury-inspired furniture, decor, lighting and window treatments with a Scandinavian flair for kids and adults.
Crate & Barrel: Gorgeous barware, tableware, drinkware and kitchen items make this a go-to for modern entertainers, while luxe minimalist furnishings make trend-forward statements. (Psst, don't sleep on the kids' section!)
CB2: High style and high design with a focus on shape and material, CB2 offers unique and forward-thinking furniture, lighting, barware and more at a mid-range price point.
Rove Concepts: Pared-down selections make choosing easier if you have a hefty budget and penchant for minimalistic design.
Best for Trendy Finds
Urban Outfitters: This teen clothing outfitter may seem like an unlikely source for home decor, but their offerings are consistently on-trend, affordable and cool.
Target: For a budget-friendly, wide-ranging selection of styles, Target can't be beaten. From boho to farmhouse, you'll find pillows, curtains, furniture and more at a low price point.
World Market: With a focus on international-inspired designs, World Market is a great source for getting the collected look on a budget.
Best for Discounted Furniture & Decor
Dot & Bo: Recurrent deals on accent furniture, art, mirrors and rugs make Dot & Bo an excellent decor source for students, renters and first-time homeowners.
Wayfair: This mega online retailer frequently offers discounts on everything from home improvement items, like faucets and fridges, to rugs, mattresses and patio furniture.
Overstock: Find deals on decor picks for every style, including name-brand furniture.
Hayneedle: Make sense of this mega site's one million-plus product selection by clicking on its Style Gallery with curated collections of furniture and accessories.
Best for Splurging
RH (Restoration Hardware): With an emphasis on luxury, quality and style, RH offers member pricing on all of its investment-worthy pieces.
Design Within Reach: Find modern furniture, rugs, storage and more that only industry experts usually have access to.
McGee & Co.: Designed and sourced by Dream Home Makeover's Shea McGee and team, this online shop is full of goodies that reflect Shea's trademark neutral, lived-in-glam look.
One Kings Lane: Stocked with furniture, lighting, tableware and more from notable brands like Bunny Williams Home and Ralph Lauren Home, plus a curated selection of vintage items.
Lulu and Georgia: Design-forward pieces in neutral, earthy tones for a collected, eclectic look.
Best for Kids + Babies
Crate & Kids: Marrying whimsy, modern design and practicality, Crate & Kids has enviable, stylish pieces that adults love too.
West Elm Kids: Taking a midcentury modern-inspired approach to kids' and babies' furniture, here you'll find swoon-worthy nursery decor that fits in with the rest of your home.
Maisonette: Whimsical wallpaper and an eclectic furniture selection make this sophisticated shop for littles a one-stop-shop for unique, curated finds.
The Tot: Top-of-the-line non-toxic, gender-neutral nursery essentials from a luxury children's retailer with the highest safety standards.
Best for Bedding & Bath
Garnet Hill: Bedding basics in classic dots and stripes are this site's bread and butter. But they also sell imaginative sheet sets for kids-check out the ones with glow-in-the-dark patterns!
The Company Store: For those who take sleep seriously, this site offers custom comforters and pillows-you pick the fill, density (warmth level), color, and size. If that's not personalized enough, they also monogram.
Coyuchi: The destination for richly colored, supersoft organic duvet covers, sheets, and coverlets, all made with natural fibers and dyes.
Boll & Branch: A manageable selection of well-made essentials for the bedroom and bathroom makes buying simple and pleasurable.
Best for Lighting
Schoolhouse: Vintage-inspired with a modern bent, Schoolhouse pays tribute to classic silhouettes in a fresh, broadly appealing way, manufacturing and designing everything in its Portland, Ore. location.
Rejuvenation: Get inspired while browsing seemingly endless lighting and ceiling fan options for every style and budget.
Mitzi: Whimsical and quirky with a throwback feel, Mitzi features truly unique, conversation-starting wall, floor, table and ceiling lighting.
Lamps Plus: With an almost overwhelming selection of ceiling fans, sconces, chandeliers and more, start here if you know exactly what you're looking for.
Best for Rugs
Rugs USA: As the name suggests, this online-only retailer specializes in stocking floor coverings in all different styles, at all different price points.
Sisal Rugs: This is the place for natural, eco-friendly rugs. The fibers used are sustainable, renewable, and biodegradable. Bonus: You can order up to five sample swatches at no charge.
Rugs Direct: Find Safavieh, Loloi, Ralph Lauren and more name-brand rugs at accessible prices thanks to frequent sales.
Lawrence of La Brea: A high-end curated selection of vintage and one-of-a-kind rugs guaranteed to make a statement.
Best for Window Treatments
Calico Corner: Place an online request and this fabric superstore will send a design specialist to your house for a free consultation, where they'll help you pick a material and treatment style. Then they can have a pro measure and install.
The Shade Store: For a truly custom approach to drapes, The Shade Store has more than 400 fabrics to choose from. Can't decide? Email them a picture of your space and they'll return a rendering of a treatment that works.
JCPenney: This well-known department store is a great source for budget-friendly blinds, shades and curtains with custom and ready-made options.
The Home Depot: The destination for home improvement supplies stocks an ample selection of both ready-made and customizable curtains, blinds and shades with measuring guides and optional installation services.
Best for Art, Pillows, Mirrors & More
Anthropologie: Pick up a printed vase, aromatic candle or tasseled throw pillow while shopping boho blouses and dresses from this cheery, maximalist retailer.
Etsy: Shop handmade and vintage goods aplenty to give your home a collected, personal look while supporting makers and artisans.
Society6: Apply your favorite digital print or motif to a variety of made-to-order home goods including wallpaper, pillows, comforters and more.
Ferm Living: This Copenhagen-based retailer is a feast for the eyes with a focus on craftsmanship, natural forms and functional, long-lasting products.
Artfully Walls: If you find art a bit intimidating (and who doesn't?), this site allows you to scan through selections based on what would go best in a modern kitchen or a beachy bedroom. Trying a gallery wall? Pick the pieces you like and the site lets you virtually mix and match them to find the perfect grouping.
Minted: Create personalized art and decor from your own photos, or shop a selection of curated prints from independent artists.