May 28, 2024

Jasmine Salser

Timeless Home Decor

Guide To The Best Home Furniture Brands

Introduction

When the time comes to replace your old furniture or upgrade it with something better, you’ll likely start by looking at the brands that you already know and trust. But there are so many other options out there! In this guide, we’ll take a look at some of our favorite big-name companies and lesser-known boutique brands that make furniture worth considering — no matter what style or budget you’re working with.

Pottery Barn

Pottery Barn is an American furniture retailer that sells home furnishings, accessories and housewares. It is a subsidiary of Williams-Sonoma Inc., which also owns Pottery Barn Kids and PBteen. The company was founded in 1946 in San Francisco, California as Pottery Barn Craftsman by Bernard and Barbara Steiner.[1]

The first store opened on Vallejo Street with only $300 worth of inventory.[2] Today there are over 300 stores throughout the United States along with several locations abroad including Canada,[3][4] Puerto Rico[5][6][7] Mexico[8][9] Japan (which closed due to bankruptcy)[10], Korea[11] Taiwan,[12] Thailand[13].

Wayfair

Wayfair is a popular online furniture store that offers a large selection of furniture and home decor items. They have great customer service and offer free shipping on all orders over $49. In addition, they also offer a 14-day money back guarantee if you’re not satisfied with your purchase or need to return something for any reason within that time frame.

Pier 1 Imports

Pier 1 Imports is a home decor retailer that offers an eclectic mix of furniture, accessories and gifts. The company was founded in 1962, and has over 1,000 stores across the United States and Canada. Pier 1 Imports is headquartered in Texas.

Pier 1 Imports was founded by Charles W. Steinmetz who started the store with just $500 when he was only 22 years old! He named this first business “Steinmetz’s Antiques” because it sold mostly antique furniture items back then (and still does today). It wasn’t until 1975 when another store called “Pier One” opened up just around the corner from his first store that he changed its name to “Pier One Imports.” Today there are over 100+ locations throughout North America where customers can explore unique designs like Moroccan-inspired lamps or handcrafted pottery made by local artisans around the world–all while experiencing what makes each region special through their products’ stories behind them!

Amazon

Amazon is one of the biggest online retailers, with an extensive range of furniture products. If you’re looking for something specific, Amazon won’t disappoint.

The company has a good return policy and will refund your money if you’re not satisfied with your purchase.

Amazon also offers discounts and sales throughout the year; so if you see something on sale that’s been marked down from its original price, it might be worth grabbing before someone else does!

Target

If you’re looking for a one-stop shop for all your furniture needs, Target is your best bet. The store offers a wide range of options at affordable prices and a variety of styles. Plus, it has an excellent return policy in case anything doesn’t work out like you hoped it would.

JCPenney

JCPenney is an American department store with over 1,000 locations across the United States. The company sells a wide variety of products including clothing, footwear and accessories for women; men’s and children’s apparel; jewelry; beauty products; home decor and kitchenware. JCPenney also offers furniture from brands like Ashley Furniture HomeStore, Coaster Fine Furniture & Mattress Center, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Signature Design by Ashley Furniture HomeStore and more!

With so many furniture brands available on the market, it can be difficult to find the right one.

When you’re looking for furniture, there are many things to consider. The first thing to do is identify the style of furniture you want. There are many different types of styles available on the market; some are more traditional and others more contemporary. You also need to consider where in your home you plan on placing this new piece of furniture and how much space there is available for it.

Once these factors have been taken into account, it’s time for budgeting! This step can be tricky because everyone has different budgets they work within–and those budgets will change over time (especially if people move). If money isn’t a concern then go ahead and splurge on an expensive brand; however, if cost is an issue then stick with something less pricey but still high quality like Ashley Furniture Signature Design by La-Z-Boy or Dorel Living Omnia Motion Furniture Collection instead!

Conclusion

We hope that this guide has helped you to understand the different furniture brands available on the market. You may not be able to afford all of them, but at least now you know what options are out there! And if we were forced to choose just one brand? Well…we might go with Target or Amazon. Those two seem like they have the best combination of style, price point and value for money when compared against other retailers we looked into during our research phase.