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Where to Buy Used Furniture Online

Vintage furniture shopping goes digital.

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The internet is rife with cheap furniture. While it's good for your wallet, it sure isn't doing the planet any favors. Every year, about 9.7 million tons of furniture ends up trashed and dumped in landfills. The same way one would shop for used clothes, buying used furniture keeps the landfills just a little less crowded, and you can find some great steals on lightly used pieces. Even better, you can score one-of-a-kind pieces that not even a Wayfair or random Amazon brand can knock off. If scouring used furniture markets or dusty antique stores isn't your idea of a fun time, the internet has become the go-to place for not just shopping for new furniture, but used furniture. Here are 10 online furniture thrift stores to shop right now.

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1stDibs
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1stDibs

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1stDibs is a luxury online thrift store that carries everything from furniture to decor. It's filled with unique vintage finds as well as stalwart furniture pieces from renowned designers. Shop by design styles, periods and countries of origin, plus narrow down by price (starting at "under $1,000") to stay on budget.

Editor's Pick: Hans Olsen Fried Egg Chair ($3,730)

Price Range: $$$$

AptDeco
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AptDeco

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If you live in New York City or surrounding metro areas in Connecticut, New Jersey or Pennsylvania, check out AptDeco. The online marketplace for used furniture connects shoppers with locals who are trying to get rid of their old stuff whether it's already-cheap Ikea furniture to higher-end merchandise you'd find at DWR.

Editor's Pick: Anthropologie Geo-Marquetry Armoire ($950)

Price Range: $-$$$$

Chairish
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Chairish

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Right off the bat, Chairish gets bonus points for its punny name. The online thrift store is a top merchant, having been recognized by numerous publications for its wide selection, curated products and ease of use. Since its founding in 2013, Chairish has expanded into something more than just a place to buy vintage — it launched a podcast and magazine, both of which discuss and examine interior design and style.

Editor's Pick: Vladimir Kagan Curved Sectional ($5,875)

Price Range: $$-$$$$

Etsy
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Etsy

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If you're looking for handmade goods, Etsy is the place to go. But it's also the place to look for used furniture. The breadth of pieces you'll find is second to none, and while you're certain to find some duds, you may just find buried treasure on any of the hundreds of pages of used wares.

Editor's Pick: Marcel Breuer Cesca Chair ($300)

Price Range: $-$$$$

FloorFound
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FloorFound

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Direct-to-consumer furniture brands like Floyd, Inside Weather and Sabai use FloorFound to sell its products secondhand. The reseller collects lightly used products from those brands, inspects them for flaws and prices them accordingly to wear and tear. The buyer ends up paying under retail for what's already fairly priced furniture, and there's one fewer piece of furniture crowding landfills.

Editor's Pick: Floyd The Shelving System ($433)

Price Range: $$

Kaiyo
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Kaiyo

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Kaiyo sells a lot of furniture from brands you already know whether it's higher-end retailers like Room and Board and Crate and Barrel or brands carried by the likes of Wayfair. Those living in select New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut areas can sell their furniture with free pickups, and delivery is a flat $149, with a minimum order value of $350. The rest of the United States need not fret — you can still buy and sell on Kaiyo, but delivery fees are calculated on a case by case basis.

Editor's Pick: Modernica Case Study Furniture Desk ($1,272)

Price Range: $-$$$$

One Kings Lane
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One Kings Lane

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One Kings Lane sells both new and used furniture. Its used furniture is mainly filled with pricey vintage items. It's definitely not for those looking to save money, but if you're looking for one-of-a-kind pieces, One Kings Lane is for you.

Editor's Pick: Vermilion Designs Midcentury Italian Bar Cart ($1,495)

Price Range: $$$-$$$$

Rejuvenation
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Rejuvenation

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The Williams-Sonoma-owned Rejuvenation is known for being a lighting and hardware retailer, but its antiques and vintage section is a bevy of well-curated used furniture from all different eras. Just because it is a lighting brand, Rejuvenation's vintage light fixtures are full of treasures — each is sourced from around the world, then carefully restored by the brand's in-house team. And if you're struggling with what you should add to cart, let Rejuvenation's staff help you out with theirfavorite picks.

Editor's Pick: Frederick Keizar Leather Wing Back Lounge Chair ($2,500)

Price Range: $$-$$$$

Sotheby's Home
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Sotheby's

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Fine art and Sotheby's go hand in hand, and a lot of vintage furniture can be considered fine art. What was originally called Viyet was acquired by the corporation and rebranded as Sotheby's Home, because it's, well, home goods. Shop through dozens of pages of treasures, or easily filter it down to designer, style and design era to quickly find what suits your preferences.

Editor's Pick: Knoll 1966 Collection Dining Side Chair ($990)

Price Range: $$$$

Sunbeam Vintage
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Sunbeam Vintage

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Iberia Martinez, founder of Sunbeam Vintage, started in a career in design, and her company spawned from her own obsession with vintage furniture. Sunbeam carries three categories of products: vintage, stuff that's been loved and used, desperate for a new home; modern, or furniture that's inspired by styles you know and love but at cheaper price points; and Sunbeam exclusives, which are made to order by artisans in Los Angeles, the store's hometown.

Editor's Pick: Tan Chesterfield Leather Sofa ($1,295)

Price Range: $-$$$$

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