No list of furniture stores would be complete without IKEA. Its furniture is a staple for people on a budget, with simple Scandi-style options for minimalists.
Ikea is def a place to consider for your first place. Keep that most furniture comes in flat pack which will you requires you to build them. It's very practical for location which difficult access but It will requires some extra efforts from you. It's also possible to pay IKEA to built it for you or you can hire someone on task rabbit.
While most of the designs of IKEA products are made in Sweden, manufacturing has been outsourced to China and other Asian countries.
Target is killing it lately with its in-house decor brands, which offer everything from midcentury-modern furniture (Project62) to contemporary-meets-country pieces (Hearth & Hand) to colorful bohemian styles (Opalhouse). And you’ll find lots more online than you will in the store.
Sabai, known for affordable, eco-conscious furniture, uses sustainable, non-toxic materials in their US-made products. Their unique initiatives, like the "Repair Don't Replace" program and "Sabai Revive", along with the use of recycled, upcycled, and natural fabrics, ensure long-lasting, eco-friendly furniture. Sabai blends luxury design with ethical production, promoting a positive impact on the planet.