The Best Furniture Finds From Costco—No Membership Necessary
Costco sells more than rotisserie chicken! This retailer has a surprisingly impressive selection of furniture.
Costco is the place you go when you want to stock up on toilet paper or grab enough pantry staples to last you all year, but this retailer is quickly becoming an unexpected spot to buy furniture, too. In fact, Costco recently even beat out IKEA as America's favorite store for home furnishings. This may come as a shock, but when you consider the value of Costco's furniture and its selection, it's easy to see how it rose in the ranks. And even if you're not a Costco member, you can still shop some of their furniture online (although there is a surcharge for non-members), including our top five picks, below.
Marley Storage Bench
Whether you use it as a perch to put on shoes in your entryway or an extra seat in your bedroom, this bench introduces some much-needed storage wherever you set it.
To buy: $144; costco.com.
Powell Dining Chair
Subtle mid-century modern flair meets trendy moss green upholstery in this beautiful dining chair. Less than $200 for a set of two, adding extra seating to your dinner table is more affordable than you probably thought.
To buy: $192 for 2; costco.com.
No one would ever guess that this sophisticated dresser actually came from Costco. Besides being beautiful, this chest also features five big drawers to up your bedroom storage.
To buy: $960; costco.com.
Thane Sofa Table
Who knew that pieces this stylish could be found at our favorite bulk retailer? Brass inlays in the mango wood top and brass legs make this console table undeniably trendy.
To buy: $300; costco.com.
Caitlyn Upholstered Headboard in Light Grey
An upholstered headboard is the no-fail trick to make any bedroom look more luxurious. At $500, this tufted masterpiece is a steal, and no one ever has to know where you found it.
To buy: $500; costco.com.