For those days you're too lazy to put on pants
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There are plenty of reasons you might be shopping for home decor online. Maybe there aren’t any good stores near you, maybe you don’t feel like getting dressed and interacting with humans, or maybe you just prefer to have furniture delivered to your door instead of trying to fit the huge boxes into your trunk—all of these are valid reasons to stay home and shop from the comfort of your couch.
Whatever your reason, the good news is that there are plenty of home decor stores that make it easy to find just what you’re looking for online. No matter your style or budget, these 12 online stores will help you decorate your home from top to bottom without you ever putting on real pants.
I know what you’re thinking: “Isn’t Home Depot a home improvement store? For nails and lumber and stuff?” And yes, Home Depot is known mostly for their home improvement supplies, but their online store offers a large selection of stylish home furnishings, too.
You see, Home Depot actually owns The Company Store, which sells high-quality soft goods, including the Alberta Euro Down Comforter, which was one of the Best Comforters in our testing. Home Depot also carries a wide selection of furniture, home accents, wall decor, and more. They even sell mattresses. Basically, whatever type of home decor you’re in the market for, Home Depot has you covered.
Another extremely popular online home decor retailer is Wayfair, which offers a huge selection of all things home, from furniture to decorations, appliances, and fixtures. They cater to a wide variety of price points, and they’re especially great if you’re shopping for furniture on a budget, as they have all sorts of affordable products that are perfect for starter homes.
While nothing beats spending an hour aimlessly wandering through your local Target, you can also shop this retailer’s selection of home decor online. Target has several of its own home decor brands, such as Opalhouse and Project 62, and it also carries popular farmhouse-style pieces from Hearth & Hand with Magnolia, the line by Joanna Gaines. If you’re looking for affordable, trendy home decor pieces, Target is definitely worth a look!
Plus, if you end up purchasing home decor from one of Target’s own brands, they offer a generous one-year return policy on these items.
It can be tough to find decor if you have a more eclectic style, which is why Anthropologie will be your new favorite place to shop. This high-end store carries a wide range of home decor products online, including everything from beds and couches to soft goods like blankets and throw pillows.
While their prices are a little more expensive, Anthropologie carries an incredibly unique collection of eclectic and bohemian-style home furnishings that you won’t find anywhere else.
Whether you’re shopping for yourself, your teen, or your kids, there’s a Pottery Barn online store dedicated solely to your needs. Pottery Barn offers trendy, classic, and rustic home decor for every room of the house, and depending on what you’re looking for, you may want to shop Pottery Barn Teen, Pottery Barn Kids, or even the brand’s dedicated collection of apartment furniture.
A lot of Pottery Barn’s furniture can be customized with hundreds of fabric options, but on the same note, a lot of their pieces are pricey. However, everything they sell is extremely high-quality, so you know your new decor will last for years to come.
Decorating on a budget? Then you should definitely check out Walmart’s selection of online home decor. This mega-retailer has everything you could ever need—furniture, mattresses, wall art, seasonal decorations, and more—and they often collaborate with different brands to bring fresh, fun pieces to their customers. For instance, Walmart currently offers Drew Barrymore’s Flower Home collection of feminine, globally inspired decor.
And, of course, Walmart is known for its low prices, so you can snag the pieces you need without breaking the bank. Plus, the brand also offers next-day delivery on many of its products.
You can buy pretty much anything on Amazon, and that includes home decor. Believe it or not, there are actually quite a few designer decor brands that you can find on Amazon, such as Ethan Allen and Elle Decor. Plus, if the items you find are eligible, you can get them delivered to your door quickly with two-day Prime shipping.
Just make sure you read reviews before buying home decor on Amazon. While there are good items to be found, the home decor section can be a little hit-or-miss.
While we’re speaking of high-end furniture, it only seems right to mention Crate and Barrel, too. This brand specializes in houseware, furniture, and soft goods, and it’s a favorite among couples creating wedding registries. A lot of Crate and Barrel products are modern and trendy, but they do have more classic, timeless styles, as well.
Plus, if you’re shopping for your little ones, there’s even a whole Crate and Kids section that’s full of adorable children’s decor.
If you’re looking for more exotic, interesting home decor pieces, don’t sleep on Pier 1. I feel like people have forgotten about this home decor store, but I still like to browse every once in a while, as they have unique styles you won’t find anywhere else. Plus, I’ll always have a soft spot in my heart for their papasan chairs—the cozy bowl-shaped ones like in the photo above. I got as a birthday present one when I was a teenager, and it stayed with me for something like 10 years, essentially until it started falling apart.
For those with a more minimalistic style (and who don’t mind doing a bit of construction), IKEA is another good place to shop for home decor online. The Swedish company is known for its meatballs and its ready-to-assemble furniture, much of which is quite affordable, and they also offer a lot of smaller decorative pieces, such as planters, lights, and wall decor. Plus, the company releases new collections seasonally, so there’s always something new to discover.
If you’re going to purchase furniture at IKEA, just be prepared to build the pieces—a task that’s typically quite frustrating, speaking from experience. It’s the trade-off for the affordable price points.
The Insta-famous home company Parachute has a lot of great gems, from soft sheets and cozy comforters to large rugs and fluffy throws. They're one of our favorite luxury brands, and while they're a bit more expensive than other stores on our list, the quality can't be denied. We wrote about our favorite best-selling items at Parachute, so check out our recommendations if you need a good place to start.
For truly one-of-a-kind decor, Etsy is the way to go. Unlike most of the retailers listed above, Etsy is a marketplace for artists and creators to sell their ware. Etsy sellers offer everything you could ever want, from huge paintings to handwoven rugs and custom-made furniture. Plus, when you shop through Etsy, you’ll feel good knowing you’re supporting an individual artist.
In addition to all sorts of beautiful homemade decor, you can also find a lot of antique furniture on Etsy—perfect for those who like their belongings to have character.
Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.
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