13 of the Best Places to Buy Beds Online

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Because we spend the most time in bed while lounging at home (apart from the couch), it's a smart idea to invest in a frame and headboard that look good, feel cohesive with the rest of your bedroom furniture, and act like a retreat from everything else. Whether you're on a budget or finally have enough savings for your "forever" bed, finding the right one can be a daunting task. Ahead, our 10 favorite online destinations for beds to help you spend less time shopping and more time snoozing.

Target Best Beds
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Price Range: $107.99–$2,099.99 for a queen
Style offerings: traditional, modern, bohemian, midcentury modern, glam, urban living, industrial, coastal, rustic, farmhouse
Good to know: Not only is Target your one-stop shop for beauty products, cute clothing, home decor, and even groceries, but the retailer also has a diverse mix of furniture, including affordable beds. From chic midcentury modern upholstered beds to boho wooden bed frames to glam velvet beds to industrial metal looks, there's something for everyone.

Wayfair Best Beds
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Price range: $185.99–$7,344 for a queen
Style offerings: modern, glam, farmhouse, traditional, rustic, global, industrial, coastal, midcentury modern, and more
Good to know: If you're not quite sure what style bed you want, and prefer scrolling through a variety of aesthetics that can fit seamlessly into your current space, you've come to the right place. From wooden platform beds to upholstered storage beds — offering storage for small city apartments — Wayfair has amazing midcentury modern, rustic, Scandinavian, and industrial options that won't hurt your wallet.

Price range: $169–$1499 for a queen
Style offerings: boho, modern, midcentury
Good to know: While some of Urban Outfitters' home decor can feel cutesy and more suited for a dorm, you might be surprised to find out that the furniture department is totally adult-friendly, boasting modest boho beds — in rattan, velvet, and stained wood — that turn any space into a cozy oasis.

Anthropologie Best Beds
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Price range: $878.40–$3,758.40 for a queen
Style offerings: vintage, boho, glam, art deco
Good to know: Urban Outfitters may be known for being effortlessly cool and hip, but Anthro is like the brand's slightly more sophisticated sister — featuring high-end pieces with a bohemian touch. Choose from modern glam beds, art deco-inspired frames, boho wood-carved headboards, and classic four-poster beds.

Price range: $721–$6,490 for a queen
Style offerings: global, vintage, boho, modern, midcentury, Scandinavian
Good to know: When you're ready to graduate from IKEA and have the savings to buy your "forever" bed, head to Lulu and Georgia to refresh your bedroom with more refined Scandinavian style, including modern velvet beds, woven leather midcentury frames, and neutral linen upholstered beds — you'll wonder how you ever slept on anything else.

World Market Best Beds
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Price range: $399.99–$849.99 for a queen
Style offerings: global, artisanal, boho, modern, rustic, midcentury modern
Good to know: World Market always has the cutest throw pillows, lamps, and rugs, so why wouldn't they make amazing beds? From metal pipe frames, midcentury wood beds, and West Elm-like upholstered beds (just at a cheaper price point), the brand channels a multitude of styles so that their beds transition effortlessly into any bedroom.

Apt 2B Best Beds
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Price range: $508.30–$2,038.30 for a queen
Style offerings: modern
Good to know: Moving in with your significant other and need a neutral bed that's the perfect mix of masculine and feminine? Look no further. Those with a minimal, modern aesthetic will love Apt2B for its modest platform (even ultralow styles), upholstered, and vegan leather beds. What's also great? Delivery is free, so you won't spend a fortune getting your new bed home.

Walmart Best Beds
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Price range: $145–$583.31 for a queen
Style offerings: modern, midcentury, rustic
Good to know: When you hear Walmart, you might think of Black Friday deals, Halloween candy, and last-minute items like travel-size products, but the Supercenter is actually a gold mine for chic, affordable furniture, including beds. Shop modern metal canopies, rustic wooden frames, and midcentury modern looks that'll refresh any space at a price that won't break the bank.

Serena & Lily Best Beds
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Price range: $1,798–$3,898 for a queen
Style offerings: coastal, eclectic, modern, California style
Good to know: Combining breezy California style with great design, Serena & Lily is your destination for pieces that bring casual and coastal vibes into your home. Explore woven cane beds, minimal wood frames, and modern yet traditional spins on beds and headboards (think: updated 17th-century bobbin beds) that will give your bedroom the update it needs.

Price range: $1,516–$6,995 for a queen
Style offerings: modern, glam, global, eclectic, vintage, Scandinavian
Good to know: It might be a splurge, but ABC Carpet & Home is worth the investment. With a variety of stunning styles, their beds act as an elegant centerpiece to any room and are also built to last. Pick from sophisticated velvet frames, upholstered storage beds, and simple Scandinavian styles — you really can't go wrong.

blu dot beds
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Price range: $1,199- $2,399 for a queen
Style offerings: modern, contemporary
Good to know: Designed and handcrafted in Minneapolis, Blu Dot is not a retailer with an endless amount of styles and inventory. Instead they take time to perfect what they have and only create a new style if their audience demands it. You'll find an array of simple yet sturdy platform, storage, and upholstered beds in soft and soothing hues.

Price range: $675-$20,875 for a queen
Style offerings: modern, glam, coastal, contemporary, vintage
Good to know: One Kings Lane is a retailer that carries a ton of designer, vintage, and exclusive brands — from Ralph Lauren to Juliska — plus an option to customize your own pieces. This is a great place to score a vintage canopy bed, patterned upholstered headboard, or unique metallic bed frame for a reasonable price (or go all out for a $20,000 one).

the inside bed
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Price range: $799-$1399
Style offerings: modern, eclectic, contemporary
Good to know: If pattern is your middle name, look no further. The Inside's concept is simple: Clean, classic styles that are fully customizable in color and print. Simply select your bed shape and size — there are only six styles to choose from — and then pick from over 100 different fabrics to upholster it. You can go bold with yellow zebras, creamsicle flowers, and banana palm or keep it simple with a neutral stripe or subdued ikat — either way, it's totally up to you.


Susan Brickell

Susan Brickell

Susan Brickell is a New York-based writer and editor obsessed with cozy jungalow spaces, chic athleisure, and the newest skincare trends.