10 Best Furniture Stores in Utah
When it comes to decorating your home, the right furniture for your sensibility is key. Whether you’re into a rustic, log-cabin type of vibe or you’re all about the modern trends, Utah’s locally-owned furniture stores bring it all to the table. Find a top-notch selection, helpful advice, and more, at the 10 best furniture stores in the state.
Walking into Osmond Designs in Orem or Lehi is like walking into someone else’s home, and someone else’s home that you’d probably want to live in yourself. It’s definitely worth checking out this understated furniture and design shop, because even though their pieces look, feel, and sometimes are expensive, there is usually something for someone with every type of budget.
John Paras Furniture has three locations in Utah, all within an hour or two of Salt Lake City. But whether you go to its Ogden, Sandy, or West Valley location, you’ll be impressed by the store’s showrooms and furniture selection, as well as by its reasonable prices. And if you buy any regularly priced item that is more than $399, the furniture will be delivered to you free of charge.
If Alice Lane has done anything to Utah, it’s made more and more people aware of the importance of top-quality interior design, and despite the store’s steep prices, it’s worth investigating if you’re looking for quality and class. In recent years, it’s even seemed as though the signature Alice Lane aesthetic has become the Utah aesthetic, because this prize-winning furniture store really is that popular.
Utah Rustic Furniture is not your typical furniture store, which becomes pretty obvious when you check out its website, or even its physical store in Salt Lake City. Why? Because Utah Rustic Furniture really is 100 percent rustic. If you’re looking for cozy, log-cabin vibes, this is your one-stop shop.
Linda’s Furniture is great furniture (both new and used) at great prices. And unlike Utah Rustic Furniture or Alice Lane, Linda’s Furniture doesn’t necessarily exhibit a clear-cut aesthetic. Yes, it could take you a few hours to survey everything in the store, but it’s very unlikely that you wouldn’t find something of interest, even for your own home.
The Warehouse is the ultimate time saver, because it sells pretty much any type of furniture you could possibly need. With helpful and patient salespeople, you’ll be able to navigate its labyrinth, and whatever purchase you make, you’ll feel like you came away with an unbeatable steal of a deal because you probably did.
To give you a concise image of Ivy Interiors, imagine a perfectly equal hybrid of Alice Lane and the Warehouse—a place that feels sophisticated and high quality, but still approachable. Ivy Interiors’ chairs and couches are especially popular, so if you’re on the lookout for something well-priced but durable and elegant, this could be your place.
Four Chairs Furniture and Design is like a fresh baked pan of brownies or an immaculate piece of avocado toast, except of course, in the form of a furniture store. If that comparison doesn’t work for you, you’ll have to check the store out yourself, which is a mix of contemporary and classic with a bunch of succulents thrown in for good measure.
Granite Furniture’s selection is—in one word—regal. But seriously, this furniture store meshes old-world and new-world vibes to create something that is reliably wonderful. You won’t be attracted to its pieces of you prefer more contemporary furniture, but if you’re looking for something with intricate detail that features mahogany in at least one way, Granite Furniture is a trusted store worth consideration.
Copenhagen West sells some of Utah’s most interesting furniture, and in many ways, boasts of an entirely different aesthetic than a place like Granite Furniture. Clean lines, lighter colors, and unique, Scandinavian pieces make up this place’s repertoire, which gives it a fresh and cool vibe.