Best places to buy bedroom furniture in 2023

These online destinations for buying bedroom furniture have everything you need, from beds to nightstands

A light bdroom with a painted dresser
(Image credit: Apt2b)

Bedroom furniture is a substantial investment. For many of us, our bedroom furniture is one of our most valued and most expensive furniture investments, from the bed frame to the dresser and wardrobe. These items need to be well-crafted, well-designed, and long-lasting. It really pays to do your research and shop around before you choose a specific item or bedroom furniture set. 

Whatever your bedroom furniture ideas, the best places to buy bedroom furniture on our list will satisfy all your needs and design cravings.  

1. Wayfair (opens in new tab)

Why you can trust Homes & Gardens Our expert reviewers spend hours testing and comparing products and services so you can choose the best for you. Find out more about how we test.

Known for: furniture, home decor, outdoor

Available at: Wayfair (opens in new tab)

Wayfair has an unparalleled selection of bedroom furniture. The handy bedroom furniture landing page allows you to search by furniture category, which includes daybeds, vanities, kids' bedroom furniture, and even jewelry armories. As is ever the case with Wayfair, there are options for every budget and every taste imaginable. Frequent sales mean that you can get high-quality items at a decent discount, too. 

2. Thuma (opens in new tab)

A modern bedroom with a wood frame bed and nightstand

(Image credit: Thuma)

Known for: Capsule bedroom furniture collection, bedding, accessories

Available at: Thuma (opens in new tab)

If you don't want to think too much about choosing your bedroom furniture, then Thuma could be a one-stop store that helps you furnish your entire bedroom in a single shop. Essentially, the company offers a capsule collection of bedroom items that go perfectly together, have a sleek contemporary design and solid build, and come in several color options. The website describes its style as 'simple sophistication, and we agree. There is also a mattress that you can get with the bed, which we like. 

3. Anthropologie (opens in new tab)

A scalloped dresser in blond wood in light bedroom

(Image credit: Anthropologie)

Known for: Eclectic furniture, soft furnishings, home decor

Available at: Anthropologie (opens in new tab) 

If you like intricate detailing, handmade finishes, and world influences in your bedroom furniture, you will love what Anthropologie has to offer. Their selection of dressers is particularly impressive, with scalloped detailing, decorative trims, and Moroccan-inspired patterns. If you prefer more minimalist designs, it's also a great place for Mid-century inspired bedroom furniture.  

4. West Elm (opens in new tab)

Known-for: Mid-century-inspired furniture, home decor

Available at: West Elm (opens in new tab)

West Elm is one of the best places to buy bedroom furniture if you value quality that will last. We've bought several items from West Elm and can attest to the excellent craftsmanship of their bedroom items. It's that satisfyingly smooth way the drawers pull out of the dressers that will instantly tell you that this furniture is worth the price. The warm and dark, Mid-century-inspired finishes are also wonderful. 

5. Pottery Barn (opens in new tab)

Known for: farmhouse and coastal style furniture

Available at: Pottery Barn (opens in new tab)

If you have a farmhouse bedroom or just like a more relaxed, rustic look, then Pottery Barn will have exactly the bedroom furniture that you'll like. Solid builds and attractive blond finishes will suit light-colored bedroom schemes especially well. The matching bed and nightstand sets will last you decades. A bedroom furniture investment destination. 

6. Apt2b (opens in new tab)

Known for: Furniture for small spaces, apartment decor

Available at: Apt2b (opens in new tab)

If you have a small bedroom, Apt2b has an extensive selection of bedroom furniture suitable for smaller spaces. Beds are the company's speciality, but they also have dressers, side tables, nightstands, and more. We especially like their ranges of painted bedroom furniture that goes well with neutrally-decorated and white bedrooms

7. CB2 (opens in new tab)

A monochrome bedroom with curved nightstands

(Image credit: CB2)

Known for: modern bedroom decor and furniture

Available at: CB2 (opens in new tab)

If you prefer a more modern bedroom furniture set, CB2 offers an impeccable collection of contemporary bedroom furniture that's still soft enough in design to suit most bedrooms. We especially like the curved upholstered designs like the Diana bed and the Archer linen-upholstered nightstand; very 1960s, in the best possible way. 

8. World Market (opens in new tab)

Known for: Boho and world-inspired furniture and decor

Available at: World Market (opens in new tab)

World Market has a wonderful, real-rooms concept for its online store. When you shop online with this company, you are looking at images of realistic rooms with the option to buy every item from the image. There are three main styles of decor to choose from : Back to Nature, Zen, and Mid-century modern. We like the intricate and hand-carved look of the Zen options the most.

9. Urban Outfitters (opens in new tab)

A storage mirror in a bedroom

(Image credit: Urban Outfitters)

Known for: furniture, home decor, mirrors

Available at: Urban Outfitters (opens in new tab)

For bedroom furniture items you didn't know you needed, head straight to Urban Outfitters. Of course, they have essential items like bedroom chairs and vanity desks too, but we really like their choice of quirky bedroom storage mirrors and essential oil diffusers. They even stock a snake-shaped incense holder.  

10. Home Depot (opens in new tab)

Known for: Furniture 

Available at: The Home Depot (opens in new tab)

If it's a bedroom furniture set you're after, you can't go wrong with The Home Depot. A variety of styles, materials, and finishes is pretty much guaranteed to get you the look you want, and you won't need to worry about getting your bed, nightstand, and dresser separately. 

Content Editor

Anna Cottrell is now a freelance writer, having previously been a Content Editor for Future's homes titles. She has a background in academic research and is the author of London Writing of the 1930s. She writes about interior design, property, and gardening. On H&G, she specialized in writing about property – buying, selling, renting, mortgages – sustainability and eco issues.