After Ikea: 12 mid-range furniture stores that won't break the bank

Posted by freemexy on July 10th, 2019

After Ikea: 12 mid-range furniture stores that won't break the bank

What do you do when you graduate from Ikea? Where should you shop when you’ve outgrown the DIY-attitude of easy assembly and flat-packed transport, when your tastes (and budget) begin to expand, and your eye is better trained to spot quality and timeless design over what can be the obvious, ubiquitous choice?quality modern office furniture

To assist you in your post-Ikea home furnishing adventures, we’ve put together a list of 12 mid-range furniture companies and stores that produce solid, well-made pieces in sophisticated styles and designs that are meant to take you into your next stage of life—and beyond.

Although some of these stores offer goods that are firmly in the realm of luxury, there are plenty of products available starting in the low-0s and up to ,000 for larger pieces, like sofas.From startups like Akron Street, to stylish Scandinavian companies like Hem, here are your best bets for decorating your home with grown-up pieces that won’t break the bank—but won’t insult it, either.
New York-based Akron Street is the brainchild of two Harvard Graduate School of Design grads Hansley Yunez and Lulu Li (read a Q&A here!) who set out to create a line of simple, but beautiful, well-crafted, everyday furniture meant to last. Goods start at for a coat rack and go up to 0 for a king bed.

This direct-to-consumer online furniture brand has a wide selection of modern sofas, beds, chairs, tables, and more, with products starting at and plenty of larger pieces for under ,000. Peep seasonal sales for additional savings.

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