Below is a list of the top and leading Furniture Stores in San Diego. To help you find the best Furniture Stores located near you in San Diego, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
San Diego’s Best Furniture Stores:
The top rated Furniture Stores in San Diego are:
- Mor Furniture for Less – biggest furniture company at the West Coast
- Lawrance Furniture – offers in-home design consultations
- Living Spaces – modern and coastal-inspired items
- Greathouse – San Diego’s hidden treasure
- Wyckes Furniture – built with hard work and dedication of the Wickes brothers
Mor Furniture for Less
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Mor Furniture for Less is situated at the Miramar Rd. next to the Marine Corps. Air Station (MCAS MIRAMAR). It is the biggest furniture company on the West Coast. They take pride in their customer service that is at par with global standards. San Diego and the nearby areas are given the privilege to experience a unique buying experience. With its unique location in the middle of beaches and historical landmarks, the shop wants to deliver the same theme to its furnishings. Thus their designs are made up of contemporary and coastal to help customers decorate their houses better. This furniture is the best choice for first-time homeowners. It also suits those who love to host house parties.
Living Room, Bedroom, Dining Room, Kids & Teens, Office & Media, Mattresses, Accents
“Great furniture store. Mr. Lee was excellent. He got us the correct price on the furniture, explained the payment plan and even told us we could check the price on our future, at a later date, to see if a better deal pops up before delivery.” –Nixon Family
Lawrance Furniture was established in 1937 in Southern California. Its lovely offerings of modern and traditional styles are being shown to the public in their San Diego and Encinitas showroom. The shop contains the largest selections of well-known brands in different designs that can surely meet the shopper’s purpose. It can be that the client wants to do some home redesigning. Maybe they are checking out pieces that can suit their newly built homes. Good thing the shop considered these situations and came up with their in-home design consultation. The session is a complimentary service for all furniture purchases and involves visualization, needs evaluation and style designation.
Living Room, Cocktail Tables, Bedroom, Dining Room, Office, Entertainment Centers, Outdoor, Wall Beds, Accessories, Clearance
“The service at Lawrance Furniture was excellent! I called ahead to make an appointment with the manager. He was super friendly, helpful, and accommodating, even throughout a technical issue with the payment. Would recommend to anyone looking for great, fast service!” –Washing Dorothy
Living Spaces is located in the river valley in San Diego. It boasts a scenic view of the San Diego River flowing to the expansive Pacific Ocean. Filled with historical and cultural memories, the area is also a shopper’s haven. At the store, customers are welcomed by a large set of coastal-inspired items. Most of their products are influenced by the laid back and calm outlook of the coastal community. They offer all types of furniture including all furnishings for every room in the house, entertainment sets, and home decors.
Furniture, Mattresses, Kids & Teens, Outdoors, Rugs, Elements, Decor/ Pillow, Lighting, Wall Art, Custom Upholstery
“Very helpful staff and really nice furniture. It looks well-made and the prices were reasonable. It was a painless experience and we got exactly what we came for in under an hour. I would definitely use them again for furniture needs.” –Nina Tomkiewicz
Greathouse is aptly dubbed as one of San Diego’s hidden treasures. The store founded in 2002, initially started with two product choices. At present times, they are able to present at least 150 product lines. Famous brands like Cisco Brothers, Hooker Furniture, Brown Jordan, Mallin, Uttermost, Tommy Bahama, Telescope, and Patio Republic are now offered in the shop. Their dedication to their craft gained profit with their 5-time recognition, as the Best Furniture Store in San Diego by 10 News Alist. Greathouse is grateful for the community’s continued patronage and gives back through their participation in various charity programs.
Outdoor, Living Room, Bedroom, Dining, Home Office Specials, Design Services
“Two years ago I worked with Kevin at Greathouse and bought a couch and chairs. I enjoyed them so much I came back today to purchase more chairs. The furniture and fabric selections are very good and Kevin is wonderful to work with.” –Joanne Briggs
Wyckes Furniture’s website relays the colorful and humbling story behind the brand. The original shop was the idea of Henry Dunn Wickes and Edward Noyes Wickes who were into the lumber business at that time. The brothers have explored almost all types of business in the market from lumber, ironworks, boilers, to graphites. Succeeding owners eventually started a home furniture retailing business in the early ’70s. Through a series of bankruptcies, mass resignations, and mergers the company stood strong. In 2002, they worked with Cindy Crawford for a line to be featured at their Indiana, Illinois, Oregon, and California showrooms. The same product line carried the famous celebrity’s name with the designs personally crafted by her. It is a thoughtful incorporation of leathers, woods and selected fabrics in classic, and modern styles.
Sofas, Sectionals, Bedroom, Mattresses, Dining, Kitchen Island/Cart, Accents, Coffee & End Tables, TV Stands, Lighting, Office, Outdoor, Rugs
“Furniture delivered as described and got it in New York in only 4 days.
Thank you Wyckes, so amazing…..!!!” –Ramy Beshara
Amy Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Amy has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.