Upgrade Your Space With the Help of These Six Local Furniture StoresJanuary 30, 2018 7:28 pm
Whether you’re completely redecorating or just looking to upgrade from the Craigslist couch you bought when you first moved, there’s no need to go far to find the perfect piece of furniture to fit your space. Starting as a textile hub in the early 1900s, South End’s design-rich history has evolved into a go-to spot for furniture and decor in Charlotte, offering up one-of-a-kind pieces and restored classics. Next time you’re shopping for furniture, skip the big box store and check out the options below.
Cowbridge Furniture – 211 Foster Avenue
If you’re looking for a statement piece be sure to plan a trip to Cowbridge Furniture. The large warehouse showroom is filled with bold refurbished pieces and encompasses a wide mix of styles ranging from modern mirrored tables to rustic cabin-like bed frames.
High Cotton Home Company – 2137 South Boulevard
Located on South Boulevard across from Atherton Mill, this upscale furniture store offers highly customizable furniture pieces, allowing you to pick from hundreds of fabrics and finishes. Plus, High Cotton Home Company brings in a local touch by only using upholsteries made in North Carolina.
La Donna Antiques and Interiors – 1420 S Mint Street
Flea market finds and one-of-a-kind antiques are the specialty of La Donna Antiques and Interiors. The eclectic mix of furniture spans from classic 18th century pieces to modern mid-century designs and includes French, Italian and Scandinavian styles, to name a few.
Kauffman and Co. – 1420 S Mint Street
For a sturdy, rustic-inspired piece of furniture, Kauffman and Co. has you covered. Specializing in custom wood furniture, you can add your own touch one of their stock design pieces or work with them to create your own original piece.
Nadeau – 3100 South Boulevard
Nedeau on South Boulevard tags itself as “furniture with a soul” and specializes in handcrafted wood furniture at affordable prices. The South End store is packed with fun accessories and colorful furniture pieces of all sizes, ensuring you can find something for any room.
South End Exchange – 111 New Bern Street
Consignment store South End Exchange offers up a constantly changing array of furniture, accessories and rugs in a range of styles including antiques to trendy designer finds. For their most up-to-date inventory, check out their Facebook page.
Along with furniture stores, South End is filled with interior designers, design stores, lighting stores and more. Find all of the local listings here.