Are you looking to redecorate on a budget? Used furniture is a great way to update your living space without draining your hard-earned savings. Outfit your home for less with some of the best places to score stylish, pre-owned furniture in Minnesota.
1330 Quincy St NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
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Not surprisingluy, Architectural Antiques is full of fascinating architectural antiques for the home. From a vintage radar operators station to ornate chandeliers to a full taxidermied bison, you’ll find something unique for your house every time you visit. For more great shops like this one check out this list of the 9 best furniture stores in Minneapolis.
Odds N Ends
4241 Nicollet Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55409
True to its name, the thrifty furniture hunter can find an eclectic mix of odds ‘n ends including antiques, arts, collectibles and more at Odds N Ends, with new items arriving daily. You’re best advised to keep your focus on the piece of furniture you seek before you walk through the door because you will be tempted by the unique variety of home decor items Odds N Ends has. Before you know it, you’ll be walking out the door with an Oriental rug you didn’t know you needed but talked yourself into buying because it will really tie the room together.
13 5th St. N.E. #12
Minneapolis, MN 55413
www.findfurnish.comFindfurnish can help you furnish your place to suit your style and your budget. Choose from mid-century chic to amazing industrial pieces and much more. From brilliant art deco love seats to welder’s workstations re-purposed as desks to beautiful teak dining sets, Findfurnish showcases its fantastic finds on its website and in its showroom in Northeast Minneapolis. Let Findfurnish do the searching for you. Contact the folks at Findfurnish and let them help you find and furnish your home the way you want it to be decorated.
Covet Consign and Design
3730 Chicago Ave. S., Studio C
Minneapolis, MN 55407
From dressers to coffee tables to complete dining room sets, Covet Consign and Design sells a wide variety of gently used furniture. And with an eclectic mix of styles to choose from, ranging from contemporary to traditional and modern to antique, you’ll really “covet” its selection. Covet not only stocks fantastic furniture, it also has a ton of great artwork and home decorating items so be prepared to walk out of the store with a fabulous centerpiece to go along with your new dining room table. Covet also offers custom framing, so if you have a piece of artwork you’ve been neglecting, bring it by so the knowledgeable staff can create a beautiful frame guaranteed to give it the attention it deserves.
The Cottage House
304 Chicago Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55407
www.thecottagehousempls.comFrom shabby chic to cute as a button and rustic to genuine antiques, you’ll find a bevy of lovingly restored and gently used furniture and home decorating items at The Cottage House. The Cottage House is one of the metro’s largest occasional markets, open for one extended weekend a month, so come prepared with a means to haul your treasures home. This charming two-story house is literally packed (and overflowing) with treasures every month, priced to sell so you can anticipate finding some excellent deals on super cute furniture. Each sale has a unifying theme, and past themes have included gems like “Garden Thyme,” “Vintage Fun!” and “French Country.” Check The Cottage House’s calendar to peruse upcoming sale dates and themes.
Cort Furniture Clearance Center
8925 Lyndale Ave. S.
Bloomington, MN 55420
If sifting through antique or thrift stores just isn’t your style, give Cort Furniture Clearance Center a shot. Cort offers bargain hunters a wide range of pre-leased modern and contemporary furniture, from attractive leather couches to sleek and sophisticated dining room sets that are cleaned and reconditioned prior to hitting the sales floor. And if you’re just not quite ready to commit to that cozy looking couch you’ve been eyeing, Cort offers furniture rentals so you can try before you buy.
A Minnesota native that was born and raised Up North, Minneapolis is where Christina Kalinowski currently calls home. Christina appreciates irony, loves bacon, enjoys a hearty libation (drink responsibly, folks), and is an avid proponent of the Swanson Pyramid of Greatness. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.