Our Favorite Chicago Furniture Finds
Whether you just moved into a new place or you’re looking to spruce up your space, you’re in luck; Chicago is a treasure trove of furniture stores, both large and small. But the options can seem overwhelming. So here are just a few of our favorite Chicago furniture finds to get you started:
For Classic Pieces
If your style leans more traditional, you can’t miss a trip to Restoration Hardware’s flagship store in the Gold Coast. RH at the 3 Arts Club is more than just a shopping experience. Sip a glass of wine or grab lunch and admire the gorgeous, restored landmark building. For rustic or wooden furniture, check out Wrightwood Furniture in Lakeview. And if you want a good mix of traditional and modern finds, head down to South Loop Loft.
For Modern Sensibility
Chicago is home to a few big names in the world of modern furniture, such as Knoll and Blu Dot. You could spend hours just getting lost in their showrooms, which are the perfect spot to get inspired. If your budget leans more towards unique and affordable pieces, check out Dial M for Modern or Hay, which leans more towards Scandanavian design.
For Vintage Finds
There are vintage furniture stores a-plenty in Chicago. Salvage One, Vern + Vera and An Orange Moon are a few spots to start with. Some stores are exclusively via social, such as Velvet Goldmine and Big Mike’s Vintage, and scrolling your Instagram feed can pay off in fantastic finds.
Find your next favorite furniture shop and make your house a home with pieces that are uniquely yours. Happy shopping!
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