3 Places to Shop for Good Kitchen Furniture

When you need new furniture for your kitchen you should try and shop around for the best deal. In these trying economic times it is essential that we save money wherever possible so that we can use it on the more important things in life. Kitchen furniture should not be on your top list of purchase priorities (that is unless you just moved into a completely empty house) so you want to do your best to do your homework, put in the time, and find yourself a bargain.

Kitchen furniture, like the kitchen trolley, comes in all shapes and sizes. And these kitchen carts are just one of many versatile pieces that you can find in just about any furniture store. You’re going to be trekking through a bunch of low quality stuff if you just shop for the lowest prices. Major retailers that sell furniture in a box (like Target, or Wal-Mart) are giving you poor quality at relatively high prices and telling you that it’s a steal. Your best bet is to stay away from the low quality stuff and get the decent quality pieces. Furniture of a decent quality level will last you longer and save you money in the long run, even though you have to pay a little bit more up front.

kitchen-furnitureHere are three places where you can find decent quality furniture pieces for your kitchen (and other rooms in your home) at relatively low prices:


IKEA is a favorite furniture store for most college students because their furniture tends to last for about four years and then it falls apart. They have cornered the market in selling decent quality stuff that you assemble yourself and they provide a higher quality standard than most of the retailers that offer the do it yourself pieces. If you’re looking for something that looks nice and don’t mind that it won’t last forever, IKEA is the place to go.

Crate and Barrel:

If you’re interested in more high-end furniture and want better longevity and more style you can check out what Crate and Barrel has to offer. You don’t have to assemble this stuff yourself and you can rely on it to last for at least six to eight years if you care for it properly.


If the brick and mortar places fall short you can always try the Internet. Overstock.com is a great resource for finding deals on high quality pieces.

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