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Walmart’s Take on Ikea Furniture Isn’t Half Bad

Walmart’s new private-label furniture line looks a whole lot better than you’d expect.


Walmart’s MoDRN collection is the retailer’s first full-scale private label home line. And, to the surprise of many, it doesn’t look half bad.

The 650-piece mountain of stools, tables, rugs and more vaguely references mid-century design in some products and Ikea’s clean Scandinavian look in others. It comes after a few years of Walmart’s chief competitors launched their own private labels — Target’s much-loved Project 62, Amazon’s Rivet collection and Wayfair’s many, many in-house lines. Prices are in line with those competitors as well — expect sub-$1,000 couches, ultra-cheap planters and a whole lot of particle board storage in the $200 to $400 range.

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Metal Stacking Dining Chairs (Set of 2) by MoDRN by Wal-Mart $149

Colorblock Area Rug by MoDRN by Wal-Mart $159+

Earthenware Planter with Wood Stand by MoDRN by Wal-Mart $49

Finna Lift Top Desk by MoDRN by Wal-Mart $249

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Assistant Editor, Home and Design Will Price is Gear Patrol’s home and drinks editor.
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