I love to shop at Wayfair, and I'm always telling people about it. As the owner of a busy Home Staging and Interior Decorating business, it's my go-to source for just about anything I need for staging projects. Wayfair is also the first online shopping resource I recommend to design clients.
And, like many of my readers, I'm always decorating on a budget. So Wayfair is also my personal, #1 choice when looking for furniture, accessories and other purchases for my home.
The image below was taken in early 2017 on Captiva Island, FL. Very cool, very high end home that was suffering from a lack of color and as a result, personality and warmth.
I went to my Wayfair source to find budget friendly, but still awesome, pieces to create an upscale Coastal look.
Now, the thing about purchasing furniture online is that most of the time you will be putting it together, even if it means just screwing in the legs of the chair, for example. You need to be okay with that.
One of the reasons the pricing from Wayfair is so good is that the furniture does not come assembled most of the time. (I was pleasantly surprised, though, when a set of nesting tables I ordered for my living room came fully assembled :)
I'm actually really good at putting end tables, coffee tables, parsons chairs, writing desks, love seats, etc. together because I've done it so much over the last couple of years.
If that's not your thing, just make sure to read all about the item before purchasing. The details will tell you if it has to be assembled, and sometimes there is a PDF of the actual instructions so you can see them ahead of time.
Or, make arrangements to have a spouse, relative or friend put the piece together for you.
One other helpful hint: when you shop at Wayfair: if you are considering a larger piece such as a console table, accent chair, desk, love seat, sofa, etc., pay attention to the dimensions and the weight of the item.
The standard delivery is to your door, not into your home and/or up the stairs. Be ready for that and make arrangements if needed.
Here are two more photos of the Captiva Island home with products purchased from Wayfair.com:
I'll be adding more project (and some personal) photos, to show some of the really cool pieces I've purchased, and why I love to shop at Wayfair.
You can click on any of the links here to begin (or continue) your own journey with Wayfair.com!