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9 Furniture Stores in Philadelphia That Won’t Break the Bank

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Whether you’re furnishing your home for the first time, or looking to upgrade to a dreamy leather sectional, seeing the prices at a designer furniture store can give you serious sticker shock. Even chain furniture stores like Pottery Barn and West Elm can be pricier than you’d imagine. But Philadelphians, you’re in luck: once you leave the designer furniture showrooms in King of Prussia, you’ll find some of the best discount furniture stores in Philadelphia. And some of them are even more affordable (and way cooler!) than you’d ever imagined.

Here are some of the best furniture stores in Philadelphia where you can get an amazing deal:

1. Nadeau: Furniture With a Soul

Prepare to fall in love with (and fight for) beautiful, handmade furniture collected from around the globe. Nadeau is the perfect place to find a furniture piece that takes your home to the next level. And because the pieces are made in such small quantities, you know no one else will have that hand-carved buffet that looks perfect in your kitchen.

2. Jerusalem Furniture

If you’re on a budget, but don’t want your place to have that “furnished by IKEA” look, Jerusalem is a great source for modern styles at affordable prices. And if you love a matching look, you’re in luck – the Jerusalem Furniture website lists all pieces of the collection under any item.

3. Uhuru Furniture & Collectables

 

Fine furniture meets unbelievable prices meets shopping with a cause at Uhuru Furniture. A nonprofit second hand store, Uhuru’s profits go directly to the African People’s Education & Defense Fund, a group dedicated to dismantling systemic racism in the U.S. Not only will you be getting a steal on some incredible furniture, you’ll also be helping an incredible cause – win-win!

 4. Furniture Mecca

Looking for something unique? Furniture Mecca is the right place for you. Whether you’re looking for a step up, or a step into a whole new direction, Furniture Mecca has fun, unique pieces (like this light-up bedroom set that’s like a grown-up version of Christmas lights) that won’t cost a small fortune like designer showrooms.

5. Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Think a Habitat for Humanity secondhand store won’t have quality finds? Think again. From lightly used classics to mint-condition vintage finds, this ReStore has it all. Not to mention the fact that it’s well organized, meticulously curated, and full of fun decor finds. With all the interesting items you find here, it’s more than just a shopping trip, it’s an adventure.

6. VIP Furniture Outlet

Full dining sets for less than $150? Yes, please! You’ll find some of the best furniture deals in Philadelphia at VIP Furniture Outlet. These brand-new pieces range from mid-century to postmodern, but one thing that doesn’t change? The price – it’s always low, and always worth it.

7. Pearlstein’s Furniture

Pearlstein’s is the perfect place for you if you’ve always dreamed of a huge, cushy leather sectional, but don’t want to spend $10k on it. As a family-owned furniture store, Pearlstein’s shows you how much you’re saving (versus full retail price), so you know what kind of deal you’re getting. Trust us when we say they’re the king of the sectional couch.

8. The Dump Furniture Outlet

Forget IKEA – when you need to furnish a whole room or find a basic piece, head to the dump. This resale store has everything from full bedroom sets (for less than $1k!) to dining sets, rugs, mattresses, and decor. And though it may brand itself as “the dump,” its furniture is anything but.

9. Mid-Century Furniture Warehouse

The one-of-a-kind look of mid-century furniture is hated by some, loved by others. If you’re in the “love” camp, Mid-Century Furniture Warehouse will be your go-to furniture store in Philadelphia. It’s a bit pricey compared to the rest of this list, but worth it for the vintage finds in stunning condition.

Once you’ve found your perfect piece, you’ll need to get it home. That’s where Dolly can help. We’ll pick up your furniture from any furniture store in the Philadelphia area and deliver it right to your home – you don’t even need to help us lift it.

Miranda is the Marketing Coordinator at Dolly. She’s moved nine times in the past six years, and while she’s grateful for the moving expertise, she’s hoping she doesn’t need to move a tenth time anytime soon.

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