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10 Best Seattle Furniture Stores

  • 2450 6th Ave S 35, Seattle
    Liz Pearce - Madsen Modern did a beautiful job repairing a vintage teak dining chair for me. You can't even see the break in the wood any longer. Lifesavers!
    Sara Eizen - Whether you're looking to purchase some mid-century furniture or need some repaired - Brandon & Brian will take great care of you. Two of the nicest guys!!!!
    Deborah Alexander - I found them on Etsy, but was so excited they were in my back yard and here in Seattle. They helped me choose the perfect leather to update a lovely mid-century modern rosewood dining chair set. If you like mid-century modern, this is the place to go!
    recommended by Jon Gentry
  • 5600 Rainier Ave S Suite-D, Seattle
    Amy Woidtke - I LOVE mid century modern furniture! The restoration that Karl does is fantastic! I love that he finds these gems that just need some love- and makes them all pretty again. Thank you for your divine talents Karl!
    Sara Eizen - Beautifully restored mid century modern furniture and decor. This is a must-have on your list for furniture shopping.
  • Carly Canter - They offer great value and warranty in their furniture. My family has been a loyal customers for over two decades! They have good financing options if necessary and have a 'Scratch & Dent' section that won't break the bank!
  • 5354 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle
    Tori Dixon - My partner and I love playing with the interior decoration in our home. We like nice things, but can't always afford to pay full price for said nice things so Ballard Consignment is a great happy medium for us, not to mention, the staff is super friendly and helpful.
    recommended by Julia Siegl
  • 5. COUCH
    5304 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle • Ballard
    Sara Eizen - HIGHLY recommend COUCH in Ballard - USA made, custom dimensions, choose your cushion firmness and best selection of fabrics by far, especially if you need it to be kid and/or pet friendly. Plus you're supporting a local independent store which is more important now than ever.
  • 6. Digs
    2002 NW Market St, Seattle • Ballard
    Rand Fishkin - This furniture, gift, and home goods shop is a true gem. The owners (who are almost always there, bringing a delightful, neighborhood spirit to the place) curate phenomenally well which means anything you find there is a combination of high-quality, useful, and delightful. We've bought dozens of gifts for friends and several great pieces for our home there. It's the kind of place you *want* to spend money and support.

    Next time you're on Market Street in Ballard, make sure to stop in.
  • 453 SW 153rd St, Burien
    Brooklyn Benjestorf - I'm hesitant to recommend Split Level Modern only because part of me wants to keep them a secret for myself! We bought our dining table from them recently (an antique game table that converts into a stylish side table for extra space) and completely fell in love with their store. They've only had a store front for about a year and their inventory spans multiple eras and design styles, all beautifully restored. We were able to negotiate for a price more aligned with our budget and the shop keeper was super helpful and friendly, more than willing to check their warehouse inventory for matching chairs. I can't wait to collect more pieces from them!
  • 9221 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle • Maple Leaf
    Sherri Monte - Hoss and Sons has done many custom upholstery jobs for us + our clients over the years.

    As interior designers, I would not recommend anyone else!
  • 2611 NW Market St, Seattle • Ballard
    Rebekah Bastian - This is actually my husband’s store, but I can honestly say it’s gorgeous :) He finds, restores and sells mid-century modern furniture and art in a lovely space next to the Nordic Museum.
  • 2610 NE 55th St, Seattle • Ravenna
    Sara Eizen - Theron and team at Manning & Son are fantastic. Their work is amazing and prices are reasonable. You're in great hands with Manning & Son.

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Bevin B. Cooper Farkas
10 months ago • Maple Leaf
Anyone have a good source preferably in the north end of Seattle for furniture repair? I'm specifically looking for someone to re-cane an antique c...
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