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When it comes to home furnishings, Chicago has a rich history dating back to the golden heydays of Montgomery Ward and Sears Roebuck and Co. That same tradition lives on today in industry hubs like the Merchandise Mart as well as countless small boutiques scattered across the gallery districts of River North, Lincoln Park, Andersonville, Ravenswood, and others.
Whatever your style or budget, Chicago has a furniture store to suit your needs. Track down that perfect one-of-kind item for your home or simply spend a lazy weekend day browsing for fun. You can’t go wrong at these 27 spots. Looking for stores that specialize in second-hand pieces? Check our guide to Chicago’s best vintage furniture stores.
The list is arranged from north to south.Read More