Furniture and home decor stores in Seattle are as eclectic as the city itself.
Whether you’re looking for a craftsman hutch or a midcentury sofa, some pots for your succulents or a selection of taxidermy, there’s a shop that has you covered.
Phinney Ridge retailer Adorn sells textiles, decor, and furniture for a simple, whimsical look. Their incredible selection of temporary wallpaper lets even renters add pops of pattern to their spaces. Bonus: They have a shop dog.
This resale shop has an eye for high-quality, vintage furniture—from sleek midcentury to ornate antiques—for the person that’s willing to drop a little cash on the perfect find.
Ballard Reuse sells salvaged building materials, vintage decor, and unique twists on hardware store staples. Want to be thrifty and green, but don’t feel like you’re handy enough? They handmade furniture built on-site from reclaimed materials.
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Does your home need a real skeleton—or maybe just a bat in lucite? This Pioneer Square shop specializes in the weird and macabre, from taxidermy to vintage wall charts.
This Ballard boutique has furniture decor with bold materials and textures.
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If you dig the West Elm aesthetic but want to shop local, Capers is a great choice. The West Seattle shop has been a staple in the Junction for decades and stocks furniture, textiles, and decor for every room.
Ballard showroom Digs features modern decor with cute twists, like animal motifs—including designs for kids.
Don Willis Furniture
For people looking for a functional, custom job, Don Willis has customization options ranging from choose-your-own wood and finish to fully modifiable pieces. They have locations in both Lake City and Ballard.
This salvage shop with locations in both SODO and Tacoma specializes in historic building materials for those in the midst of a historic renovation—or just a spot-on historic look. Their shop funds preservation and restoration efforts through Historic Seattle, Historic Tacoma, and EarthCorps.
Fremont Vintage Mall
A basement in Fremont holds this vintage treasure trove, with a limited selection of furniture and a seemingly infinite supply of vintage knick knacks and old-timey toys. They usually have a few turntable suitcases on hand, too.
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This longtime U District staple has all the supplies you need for your gothy hideaway. The shop not only has the titular gargoyles, but all kinds of home goods: Candles, incense, skulls, and more, many designed by local artists.
Jacob Willard Home
Family-owned vintage furniture shop Jacob Willard Home operated online before opening their Hillman City showroom. In addition to a wide variety of midcentury furniture, they sell a selection of collectibles and LPs—and offer upholstery and refinishing services.
This hidden spot in Ballard is a go-to spot for upcycled furniture, vintage home goods, and offbeat decor.
Local retailer Kasala sells modern-inspired furniture that doesn’t take itself too seriously at four locations around the Seattle area—plus an outlet store in SODO.
Nevertold Casket Company
This curio shop brings “most beautiful haunted goods and antiques” to Capitol Hill—yes, that includes a solid amount of taxidermy—plus the occasional poetry reading.
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Phase Two Interiors
Columbia City consignment shop Phase Two carries not just furniture, but art and decor to match any aesthetic.
From the same folks who ran Cairo on Capitol Hill for years, Ballard boutique Prism carries a variety of artisan-made home goods, many local. Options range from colorful power strips to ceramic incense holders to scantily-clad pots.
Instantly recognizable to Capitol Hill locals thanks to an ornate, colorful plastic chair out front, Retrofit sells vintage-inspired furniture in addition to small gift items: Succulents, cards, vases, and terrariums. They also offer private consultations and custom goods for exactly the right look.
Salvage company Second Use has everything from appliances to tools to decor—and have a great inventory listing on their website for people who like to plan in advance., or just need a thematic guide through all the goods.
This beloved vintage store in Ballard is a go-to spot for vintage furniture, stereos, and decor with a sleek, oddball aesthetic. Bargain hunters: They have a 15 percent off happy hour every evening from 4 to 6 p.m.
This Capitol Hill spot is very low-key—it’s literally just called Used Furniture—but it’s been a go-to spot for years. They sell a wide variety of used furniture, whether you’re looking to save a trip to IKEA or you need something a little more special.