11 Home Décor Stores That Are Great IKEA Alternatives

It's time to mix things up.

IKEA Alternatives
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We love IKEA for its Scandinavian style­-for-less reliability. Specifically, we love how easy it is to get that empty one-bedroom apartment off the ground with a few starting pieces and home essentials. We also highly anticipate the release of its catalog each year. From its clever storage systems to its ever-evolving kitchenware collection, there's no contest: IKEA is our go-to for all things pretty and practical. It's the accessibility of the Swedish décor giant that makes it so good.

However, even the most die-hard IKEA fans will admit that sometimes you want something that’s not sold in 43 countries around the world and can be found in everyone's living rooms. To help expand your horizons, we rounded up 11 affordable home décor stores worth similar fanfare. Are you looking for the perfect rug without breaking the bank or quality lighting at affordable prices, or is a kitchenware upgrade on your mind? Get ready to bookmark these IKEA alternatives filled with unique, accessible décor.


For conversation-starting design, unique, eye-catching pieces, and gadgets aplenty, A+R is unrivaled. This IKEA alternative features handpicked products from the best designers worldwide, offering both classic midcentury designs and up-and-coming brands.

Blu Dot

If you love the versatility and clean lines of IKEA's furniture, Blu Dot will certainly catch your eye. Timeless yet modern, the brand's thoughtfully designed furniture pieces will stand the test of time both aesthetically and physically.


For earthy, beautiful, and artisanal-style home décor like textiles, tableware, accents, and more, the well-curated selection at Burkelman will be a pleasant discovery for IKEA fans.


Canvas has a great assortment of versatile homeware essentials. Its table linens and dinnerware are especially strong and the furniture is both beautiful and affordable, making it one of our favorite IKEA alternatives.


Looking for on-trend style for less? Or keen to add a few home essentials with a dash of modern design-savvy? CB2 is a go-to, and despite having some pricier items, it stocks tons of downright steals.


Shop here if you're looking to inject some whimsy, color, and vibrancy into your home. Leif offers a wide variety of décor essentials—from art prints to tabletop pieces—at an affordable price point.

Lulu & Georgia

Lulu & Georgia is a gold mine for charming décor accents with a feminine-meets-bohemian flair. Its collection of rugs is especially noteworthy.

Serena & Lily

Looking to inject some endless vacation vibes into your home? Serena & Lily is full of breezy linens, accents, and more. It’s perfect for the eternal summer home.


If interesting objects and décor from rising design talent are on your to-buy list, Shop Horne is one of the best IKEA alternatives. It stocks some high-end, expensive items, but its accessories and accents tend to be affordable.


If you love the aesthetic of antiques but maybe don't have the time to hit the flea market every weekend, Wisteria is a perfect fit. The online and catalog retailer stocks classic furniture styles and home décor with unique details.


If vintage-inspired accents are your jam, Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co. will deliver in terms of key industrial lighting pieces, bed and bath linens, and more. Their pieces are so striking, you can pass them on as heirlooms to your grandkids.

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