Whether you’re moving to or are currently living in the largest city in Maryland, Baltimore is home to gorgeous weather, breathtaking scenery and beautiful architecture. And if you’re lucky enough to call this place home, you’ll be glad to know that there are lots of stores around to find nice, cheap furniture for your space. If you’re moving out on your own for the first time or looking to update the look in your space, read on for our tips on finding great places to furniture shop on a budget.
Ever stayed in a hotel and thought, “That’s a really nice TV stand”? Or that the bed was so comfortable? Overstock Outlet in the Jones Falls area is the place to go to find that nice TV stand or comfortable bed. This store purchases furniture from hotels and offices that are remodeling, as well as overstock furniture from big brands. Other items that can be found here include lamps, mirrors and TVs.
Where: 2811 Sisson St., Baltimore, MD 21211
This Fells Point neighborhood furniture store is affordable and the staff is there to accommodate you. If your stairwell is an awkward shape or if your doorway is too narrow, Su Casa’s staff is there to help you get your furniture into its new home. This store has your traditional furniture pieces, but it also includes lots of quirky finds, from one-of-a-kind blankets to wall clocks. And if you can’t move the furniture yourself, there are several delivery options, which are reasonably priced.
Where: 901 S. Bond St., Baltimore, MD 21231
In Watermelon Sugar
Offering a little bit of what seems like everything, In Watermelon Sugar is a home and bath boutique. This small business is essentially a one-stop shop for furniture, accessories, bath and paper products, as well as hand-selected jewelry and bags. With a little inspiration from Chesapeake Bay, this store has unique items to help furnish and decorate your place.
Where: 3555 Chestnut Ave., Baltimore, MD 21211
David’s on the Avenue
Located in Hampden on the Avenue, David’s is a furniture consignment shop that has a reputation for offering high quality used furniture at fair prices. The inventory changes often, but you can always find something that fits in with your style, as well as your price range. The 2,000-square-foot showroom has a large quantity of furniture and decorative items, and if at first you can’t find that perfect couch, stop by on another day and you may get lucky!
Where: 914 W. 36th St., Baltimore, MD 21211
A People United
At first glance, this boutique may look like an ordinary clothing shop, but once you go downstairs, you’ll see the bright light pointing toward the furniture. The Tibetan furniture with intricate painted wood carvings is incredible and will have you wanting more. Whether you’re looking for end tables, coffee tables, cabinets or armoires, People United will provide you with unique pieces and décor items that will go great in your space.
Where: 516 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21201
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