Best of Philly

Best Furniture Store

2019 Best Furniture Shop, City

Betsu Studio

Laura Weiszer’s showroom is filled with retro and modern gently used objects — pink suede dining chairs; sumptuous Børge Mogensen camel leather sofas; Italian marble arc lamps — that have most likely already been somewhere pretty cool, like in magazine photo shoots or TV commercials. Read More »

3232 Collins Street, Philadelphia, PA | 267-291-4480 | Website

2019 Best Furniture Shop, ’Burbs

The Velvet Shoestring

Stunning pieces — cheetah-print ottomans made for tucking under a console table; a mid-century end table; stately leather armchairs — that are all cast-offs from Main Line neighbors populate this eclectic shop. Read More »

155 East Lancaster Avenue, Wayne, PA | 610-995-0300 | Website

2018 Best Unexpected Furniture Mecca

King of Prussia Mall

With two new modern Italian furniture stores (Natuzzi and Calligaris), a sprinkling of so-pretty-you-want-to-live-in-them showrooms (Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, Ballard Designs and Arhaus), and Anthropologie’s huge selection of furniture, textiles and fixtures (difficult to find elsewhere except online), the King of Prussia mall is now a homeowner’s holy grail. Read More »

160 N. Gulph Road Suite 2700, King of Prussia, PA Website

2018 Best Consignment Home Goods

ReDecor Home Consignment

If all of the Main Line got together and had a communal yard sale, it’d look something like this shop, where very gently used French marble sideboards, antique claw-foot dressers and rich leather love seats find fresh life in new – equally fabulous – homes. Read More »

880 West Lancaster Ave, Bryn Mawr, PA | 610-519-9500 | Website

2017 Best Reason to Go to Walnut Street

Thos. Moser

As indie boutiques continue to shutter along this vaunted shopping row, this newly opened handmade furniture haven gives us hope. Hit it up for subtly curvilinear bed frames, leather-wrapped seats, and writing desks so inviting, they’re sure to inspire productivity. Read More »

1605 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA | 610-995-9500 | Website

2017 Best New Furniture-Store Concept

Lema Studio

Located next to sister store Bulthaup studio, this new 5,000-square-foot closet, furniture and wardrobe showroom gives new meaning to try and buy: Spend the night in one of three immaculately furnished on-site lofts (book through Airbnb) before making a purchase. Read More »

140 North 3rd Street, Philadelphia, PA | 267-534-2029 | Website

2016 Best Modern Furniture

Millésimé

How to turn your home into a place that looks as if it's been plucked from the pages of a modern-design magazine: Let owner Jinous Kazemi walk you through her collection of Ligne Roset couches; customizable wall hutches by USM Modular Furniture; and decadent leather armchairs, side tables and headboards by Poltrona Frau — and then buy it all. Read More »

33 North 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA | 267-455-0374 | Website

2016 Best Fancy Furniture

Studio 882

Bigger doesn't always mean better, but in the case of this Delco design store — which in June upgraded from a 3,000-square-foot showroom to a cavernous, gallery-like 12,600-square-foot space — bigger actually means best, if only because there's extra room for more than 75 lines of high-end furniture and home decor, artfully arranged in vignettes so lovely, you'll want to move right in. Read More »

101 Applied Bank Boulevard, Glen Mills, PA | 610-314-8820 | Website

2013 Best One-of-a-Kind Furniture Store

Pocono Modern

If one-of-a-kind pieces are more your leaning, Pocono Modern's furniture has ski-lodge leanings and clean lines, and is made from some of the prettiest woods we've ever seen. Read More »

1550 State Route 903, Jim Thorpe, PA | 570-325-3005 | Website

2013 Best Modern Furniture Store

Usona

For modern design the way God intended it (i.e., not space-agey, sterile or silly), head to Usona. Read More »

113 South 16th Street, Philadelphia, PA | 215-496-0440 | Website

2013 Best Mid-Century Modern Furniture Store

Mode Moderne

Vintage originals from all the heavy hitters Eames, Saarinen, Knoll, Herman Miller along with new versions of licensed classics, make up the stock at the Mid-Century Modern shop Mode Moderne. (They're also experts at refurbishment.) Read More »

159 North 3rd Street, Philadelphia, PA | 215-627-0299 | Website