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Furniture Stores on the Upper West Side

Furniture Stores on the Upper West Side

Moving to the Upper West Side? Looking to refurnish your apartment? You’re in luck; there are a ton of furniture stores on the Upper West Side! There are a wide selection of stores available with plenty of options so that you can find the bed, couch, or coffee table of your dreams. Continue reading below and discover how you can turn your home into a space that reflects who you are!

Mike’s Furniture Store
254 W. 88th St.

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Mike’s Furniture Store is a small local business that’s been around since 1970. They offer ready-made pieces that are finished as well as custom pieces. If you bring a sketch of what you want, they’ll help you choose the right fit for your home design plan. Mike’s Furniture Store also offers cutting as well as delivery and installation services.

Raymour & Flanagan Furniture and Mattress Store
1961 Broadway

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Raymour & Flanagan’s store disposes of a spacious showroom displaying the latest trends in bedroom, dining and living room furniture. Their carefully selected collection of mattresses are known for being of high quality. The staff at R&F understand that someone’s home should be a celebration of who they are. From classic to modern pieces of home decor to their signature mattresses, they’ve got something for everyone.

Housing Works Thrift Shop
306 Columbus Ave.

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The Housing Works shop on the Upper West Side is the place to go for vintage furniture shopping. The pieces to be found here are unique and not available anywhere else. Each and every item here is well-preserved. From antique lamps to dining chairs and more, you’re bound to find some hidden treasures. Proceeds from your sale go towards helping AIDS charities and organizations.

Laytner’s Linen and Home
2270 Broadway

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Laytner’s is a staple on the Upper West Side when it comes to bedroom furniture. Their practical yet stylish products are known for being of high quality. From their linens made in Belgium to their signature 600 thread count sheets, everything is up to par.You can also find houseware items such as duvets, bath mats, ironing boards, pillows, comforters, blankets, and even sofas.

West Elm
1870 Broadway

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The West Elm on the Upper West Side has more than 20,000 square feet of space and is one of NYC’s largest furnitures stores. West Elm comes with a great selection of locally produced items and urban home decor. They offer free one hour consultations with the store’s own stylist to discuss the theme you want for your home. They also offer installation services as long as you contact the store one day beforehand.

Pottery Barn
1965 Brodaway

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Pottery Barn is a leader in crafted furniture and home decor. The Upper West Side store comes with two full floors of displays and showrooms. There’s a separate discount area where you can purchase items at a reduced price. Pottery Barn’s modern line of accessories (ranging from vases and candles to linens and towels) make for the perfect housewarming party gift. This store also offers free design services and hosts a series of home decor workshops.

730 Amsterdam Ave.

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Futonland prides itself on offering chic urban furniture that’s both functional and trendy. They are experts in mattresses and specialize in customizing futon sets according to each customer’s preference. Their futons are comfortable and stylish, perfect for those who like to entertain guests in their home. The staff is knowledgable, professional, and ready to assist with any questions you might have.

Jonathan Adler
304 Columbus Ave.

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Jonathan Adler offers one-of-a-kind items that are glamorous and ultra chic. This furniture store specializes in home decor products that are inspired by bright and happy colors. The Upper West Side store comes with a great selection of tabletop collections, bathroom accessories, rugs, and scented candles.

795 Columbus Ave.

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At HomeGoods, you’ll be hard-pressed to find the same items twice. That’s because the stores are restocked once every week. You’ll find everything from designer goods to handcrafted items in this two-level store. There are a variety of brands available from different kitchen and household manufacturers. Shop for bed sheets, pans, blankets, silverware, dishware, etc.. HomeGoods has something for every room in your apartment!

2200 Broadway

NYC furniture storesCoco-Mat specializes in creating handcrafted beds made out of the most natural and organic of materials. Their signature 4-layer bed combines four different sleep products to create the bed of your dreams. Each mattress is supplied with an ergo-base that allows for the heavier parts of the body to feel weightless while we sleep. Their products are produced in a private factory based in Greece. The factory is environmentally-friendly and uses top-notch materials.

Long’s Bedding
121 W. 72nd St.

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Long’s Bedding is one of the oldest family businesses of the Upper West Side. The mattresses on stock here are manufactured by vendors that meet their quality standards. There’s a wide selection of sizes and styles available. From organic to latex and even combinations of innerspring and latex, you’ll find the mattress that fits your body type. The personalized service and courteous staff making shopping at Long’s Bedding a pleasant experience.

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Edgar Catasus

Edgar Catasus

Edgar is a a film fanatic, a food lover, and an Upper West Side enthusiast. After working in PR and marketing in Chicago, he is pursuing his dream of becoming a writer. He loves photography and on his spare time you can find him hiking or biking the great outdoors (while also snapping some pretty awesome Instagram pics!).
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