Shocking as it may be to cult followers of the store, West Elm isn’t the only place to get mid-century modern furniture. That’s why we’ve pulled together a list of furniture stores similar to West Elm where you can buy postwar silhouettes at affordable prices.
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LexMod is at the corner of modern design and affordability. Shop them here.
Parachute makes modern bedding and bath essentials for a more comfortable home. Shop them here.
Apt2B makes outfitting your apartment as easy as possible with more style, less money, and seamless delivery. Shop them here.
4 All Modern
All Modern constantly has great deals on their trendy but timeless pieces. Shop them here.
5 Urban Outfitters
Urban is so much more than just fashion. Their apartment section is filled with essentials for bedding, kitchen, storage, and more. Shop them here.
YLiving carries thousands of modern home decor pieces that are bound to suit every contemporary style. Shop them here.
Target's new home-deco line, Project 62, is making waves in the modern home world. Shop the line here.
8 Design Within Reach
If you're looking for pieces that are a bit more upscale than West Elm, DWR is a great alternative. Shop them here.
CB2, from Crate and Barrel, is affordable modern for the everyday home. Shop them here.
Anthro's home vibe is all about modern luxe. Shop them here.
11 One Kings Lane
One Kings Line offers many eclectic styles, modern being one of them. Shop them here.
12 World Market
World Market offers everyday low prices on trendy furniture and home essentials. Shop them here.
13 Serena & Lily
Serena & Lily are a home and lifestyle brand offering a fresh, California point of view. Their designs are minimalist but still cozy for the everyday home. Shop them here.
14 The Container Store
While The Container Store is all about organizing your home in the most minimalist and modern way possible. Shop them here.
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