The 11 Best Places to Buy Used Furniture Online

Vintage pink and orange rug in room with settee and room divider

Ah, the won­der­ful world wide web. It’s full of great con­tent and end­less resources, if you know where to look that is. As online sec­ond­hand shop­ping has become preva­lent there are more options to con­sid­er than ever before. And when it comes to shop­ping online for used fur­ni­ture, things can get tricky. Even when you do find a site that seems to work for you you’ll spend hours search­ing for the right piece only to be ghost­ed by the sell­er, or to real­ize you have no way to get that piece home and up a flight of stairs (shoutout NYC walkups). In the inter­est of not wast­ing your time on what does­n’t serve you we’ve round­ed up the pros and cons of all the best places to buy used fur­ni­ture online. Hap­py shopping! 

White round table and natural wishbone chairs bought used on AptDeco

1. AptDeco

Apt­De­co is every sus­tain­able queen’s dream. Root­ed in sus­tain­abil­i­ty and ease, Apt­De­co is a peer-to-peer mar­ket­place offer­ing an expan­sive selec­tion of gen­tly fur­ni­ture from pop­u­lar brands, as well as unique vin­tage finds. All at a deep dis­count. If you’re look­ing to do as lit­tle work as pos­si­ble to buy your item, includ­ing let­ting us han­dle the sched­ul­ing, deliv­ery and assem­bly, Apt­De­co is your spot. We make sure that you’re buy­ing qual­i­ty prod­ucts from authen­tic sell­ers through our ver­i­fi­ca­tion process. You also have the option to nego­ti­ate the price, chat with sell­ers and pick up your item if you wish. 

Prod­uct selec­tion: Pop­u­lar brands like West Elm, Arti­cle and CB2; vin­tage items; high-end design­er finds

Price range: $$

Rec­om­mend­ed for: Vin­tage lovers, brand-name buy­ers, deal seekers

Deliv­ery: Through­out the con­tigu­ous US

Orange accent chair with a dog sitting on it from 1st Dibs, in front of a grey wall

2. Chairish

Chairish is a curat­ed fur­ni­ture and decor hub for rare vin­tage, antique and con­tem­po­rary pieces. They focus on high-end, hard-to-find pieces and pride them­selves on their cura­to­r­i­al eye. Sim­i­lar to Apt­De­co, Chairish offers ship­ping and has a sat­is­fac­tion guar­an­tee, mean­ing you won’t be left with a piece that isn’t as-adver­tised. Also check out their recent­ly-acquired Euro­pean sis­ter, Pamono. Pamono offers a ser­vice to Chairish, but sells from regions that Chairish doesn’t. 

Prod­uct selec­tion: Rare vin­tage, antiques, con­tem­po­rary pieces

Price: $$$$

Rec­om­mend­ed for: Inte­ri­or design­ers, col­lec­tors, antique appreciators

Deliv­ery: Any­where in the Unit­ed States

Wood mid-century modern dress sold on OfferUp in front of white garage

3. OfferUp

Offer­Up is a local cus­tomer-to-cus­tomer mar­ket­place that’s great if you’re look­ing for a bar­gain. They’re almost like the equiv­a­lent of a thrift store. There’s a lot to sift through, but if you have the patience you can find exact­ly what you want. Offer­Up is also great for DIY­ers as you’ll often find pieces that need a bit of love at a deep dis­count. Since Offer­Up is more of a self-ser­vice plat­form, there’s not a clear sat­is­fac­tion guar­an­tee. How­ev­er, they do offer secure buy­ing with vet­ted sell­ers and safe meet up spots. 

Prod­uct selec­tion: Any­thing & everything

Price: $

Rec­om­mend­ed for: Deal-seek­ers, patient pur­chasers, DIYers

Deliv­ery: Local pick­up only, with some sell­ers offer­ing shipping

Used yellow and wood armchair from Apartment Therapy

4. Apartment Therapy Bazaar

Apart­ment Ther­a­py Bazaar is known for the inte­ri­or dec­o­rat­ing com­mu­ni­ty they’ve built, so it’s no shock that their mar­ket­place end­ed up on our list. They offer used and vin­tage styles at a wide price range. While their ser­vice is pri­mar­i­ly focused on local pick­up, there are some items that you can have shipped. In terms of secu­ri­ty, users log in through their social pro­files, which helps give that added lev­el of user trust. Bazaar also han­dles secure pay­ments through the site.

Prod­uct selec­tion: A range of styles, with a focus on vin­tage and mid-cen­tu­ry picks

Price: $$$

Rec­om­mend­ed for: Mid-cen­tu­ry mod­ernists, vin­tage lovers, inte­ri­or designers 

Deliv­ery: Most­ly local pick­up with deliv­ery avail­able on select items

Orange accent chair with a dog sitting on it from 1st Dibs, in front of a grey wall

5. 1st Dibs

1st Dibs con­nects its design-lov­ing cus­tomer base with allur­ing unique and antique pieces. Along with fur­ni­ture, they offer jew­el­ry, art and fash­ion finds. Their prod­uct offer­ing is high­ly curat­ed and only the best-of the-best gets select­ed. You won’t find heav­i­ly-worn pieces, or pieces that aren’t in style here. They also work with only high­ly-vet­ted sell­ers, so the process is com­plete­ly secure.

Prod­uct selec­tion: Antique and unique

Price: $$$$$

Rec­om­mend­ed for: Taste mak­ers, inte­ri­or design­ers, high-bud­get ballers 

Deliv­ery: Any­where in the Unit­ed States

Grey-brown armchair with pinwheels bought used on Kaiyo

6. Kaiyo

Kaiyo is a con­sign­ment-style mar­ket­place ded­i­cat­ed to sus­tain­abil­i­ty, and offer­ing a wide selec­tion of inte­ri­or styles. Their site focus­es on sim­plic­i­ty, let­ting you browse and fil­ter for the item you want with­out out­side noise. They don’t have self pick­up, but they do offer deliv­ery for a nom­i­nal fee.

Prod­uct selec­tion: Clas­sic brands like Macy’s, Ray­mour & Flani­gan, & Bob’s Furniture

Price: $$

Rec­om­mend­ed for: Clas­sic fur­ni­ture lovers, brand-name buyers

Deliv­ery: New York City metro, Wash­ing­ton D.C., Philadel­phia metro, select coun­ties in Mary­land and Virginia

Tan curved sofa from Facebook Marketplace in empty room with wood floors

7. Facebook Marketplace

Face­book Mar­ket­place: you know it, you have a love/hate rela­tion­ship with it. With over 2 mil­lion users, you have a great chance of find­ing what you need, it just may take more time to do so. Sim­i­lar to Offer­Up, patience is key here. If find­ing a great deal is more impor­tant to you than con­ve­nience, then Face­book Mar­ket­place is the spot for you. The plat­form is most­ly bare bones, but they now allow sell­ers to offer deliv­ery on select items as an added bonus. Sell­ers aren’t ver­i­fied, but they are linked to their Face­book pro­files so you can vet them yourself.

Prod­uct selec­tion: Any­thing & everything

Price: $

Rec­om­mend­ed for: Deal-seek­ers, patient purchasers

Deliv­ery: Local pick­up only

Vintage white leather mid-century modern couch from Sunbeam Vintage, in front of white wall with pink art and fiddleleaf fig behind it

8. Sunbeam Vintage

Sun­beam Vin­tage is a wom­xn-owned vin­tage and curat­ed fur­ni­ture shop in Down­town Los Ange­les. They have a store­front, but keep their web­site updat­ed and offer ship­ping nation­wide for a siz­able deliv­ery fee. You’ll find a mix of unique vin­tage fur­ni­ture that’s in pris­tine con­di­tion along with mod­ern styles cre­at­ed by local artists and design­ers. Sun­beam isn’t a mar­ket­place, mean­ing there are no sell­ers, there’s no hag­gling, and you won’t have an issue with items not being as advertised.

Prod­uct selec­tion: Vin­tage pieces with a focus on Mid-cen­tu­ry mod­ern styles

Price: $$$

Rec­om­mend­ed for: Vin­tage lovers, mid-cen­tu­ry mod­ernists, unique-find addicts

Deliv­ery: Any­where in the Unit­ed States

Vintage pink and orange rug in room with settee and room divider

9. Revival Rugs

Revival Rugs is anoth­er online shop that does­n’t oper­ate as a mar­ket­place. They sell both vin­tage and new rugs, and you can fil­ter by your pref­er­ence. Revival Rugs pride them­selves on their high-qual­i­ty offer­ings at fair price points. 

Prod­uct selec­tion: Vin­tage rugs

Price: $$

Rec­om­mend­ed for: Vin­tage lovers, deal-seekers

Deliv­ery: Local pick­up, deliv­ery any­where in the Unit­ed States for $550

Vintage white farmhouse sideboard from Rejuvenation

10. Rejuvenation

Reju­ve­na­tion is a Williams Sono­ma-umbrel­la brand that spe­cial­izes in cre­at­ing hand­craft­ed pieces and restor­ing one-of-a-kind vin­tage items. They start­ed out as an archi­tec­tur­al sal­vage shop and have since grown to also spe­cial­ize in long-last­ing fur­ni­ture. You’ll find a mix of mod­ern and antique styles and a wide prod­uct selec­tion to choose from.

Prod­uct selec­tion: High-qual­i­ty, restored vin­tage fur­ni­ture and decor

Price: $$$

Rec­om­mend­ed for: Vin­tage lovers, inte­ri­or design­ers, high-bud­get ballers

Deliv­ery: Any­where in the Unit­ed States

Patchwork upcycled armchair in front of a white wall, bought used on Urban Outfitters

11. Urban Renewal

We close out the roundup with our fourth non-marketplace—Urban Out­fit­ters. Their used and vin­tage arm is called Urban Renew­al and can be found on the site in tan­dem with their new offer­ings. Their fur­ni­ture and decor selec­tion is small but unique, spe­cial­iz­ing in patch­work and quilt­ed pil­lows, throws and seat­ing. They not only offer vin­tage items, but upcy­cled pieces as well.

Prod­uct selec­tion: Patch­work pil­lows, throws and seating

Price: $$

Rec­om­mend­ed for: Unique-find addicts

Deliv­ery: Unit­ed States, Cana­da, & Europe

Head­er pho­to cour­tesy of Rugs Revival

Addi­tion­al pho­to cred­it: Chairish, Offer­Up, 1st Dibs, Face­book Mar­ket­place, Apart­ment Ther­a­py, Sun­beam Vin­tage, Rugs Revival, Urban Outfitters

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