The 4 BEST Cedar Rapids Shops for Furniture and Home Accents

The Four Best Cedar Rapids Shops for Home Furnishings

The start of a new season can spark your desire to refresh your home, or perhaps even try out a new look altogether! When you’re looking for something convenient and local, it’s exciting to explore places that offer unique and different options at a variety of price points.

Whether you’re just looking for inspiration or have an idea of what you need, here are the places to explore for anything from a new pillow to a fun chair. 

Mad Modern

If your house is home to young children, the quality of your furniture is definitely tested at one point or another. Furniture from the 1960s and 1970s often feature a higher standard of materials and construction, which ultimately means it can withstand a busy toddler. The other perk of vintage furniture is that it often incorporates clean lines, smaller scale, and real wood. 

Mad Modern is a local gem that curates spectacular mid-century modern furniture alongside decor pieces such as lamps and artwork. Check out Mad Modern’s Facebook page for weekly updates and pictures of recent acquisitions. You’ll want to move quickly on purchasing a special piece because items sell quickly.

Address: 227 16th Ave. SE Cedar Rapids, IA 5240 | 319-533-8162

Homegoods

This national franchise delivers consistent success when it comes to finding the right accent piece, holiday wreath or patterned pillow. Inventory changes weekly, so you’ll enjoy discovering different pieces upon each visit. Not sure an item will fit into your car? No problem! Employees at Homegoods will hold on to your item until you’re able to grab a bigger vehicle. Corridor residents can enjoy Homegoods in both Cedar Rapids & Coralville, each offering different rotating inventory. 

Be certain to check out the clearance section for hidden gems like coffee table books and cool ceramic figures. This is also a great place to find nursery decor, faux greenery, and interesting lamps that would cost a small fortune at an upscale boutique.

Address: 180 Collins Rd NE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402 | 319-373-5887

Jeff Jones Furniture

Not finding the exact piece that you’ve pinned on Pinterest? Jeff Jones is the perfect place to visit. With catalogs upon catalogs of furniture pieces, Jeff Jones is able to special order pieces from various suppliers. In addition, you’ll find the prices at Jeff Jones to be competitive and, in some cases, lower than other retailers. If you’re looking for even better bargains, search the inventory of Jeff Jones’ consignment collection. With the switch of a knob or perhaps a new stain, used furniture can look even better than new!

Once you find an item to purchase, you can decide to schedule a delivery or arrange for in-store pickup.

Address: 803 3rd Ave. SE Cedar Rapids, IA 52403 | 319-363-6000 

Amish Connection

Located in Marion, this is a perfect spot to explore a curated collection of furniture pieces built by the Amish. Traditional in nature, Amish furniture is notorious for elevated construction, attention to detail, and sturdy materials. You’ll also find helpful staff that can answer your questions and assist you with your goals. Visit Amish Connection on Instagram for updated showroom pictures. New pieces are added alongside seasonal sales. 

Address: 1426 Twixt town Road Marion, Iowa 52302 | 319-200-2018

Enjoy hunting for amazing finds and be certain to share your local favorites!


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Ashley Bermel
After living in the heart of Chicago, Ashley Bermel and her husband decided to call Iowa home. Ashley lives in North Liberty with her husband and two daughters, Wynifred (3.5 years old) and Evie (2 years old). After graduating Miami University (Ohio) with a degree in the History of Architecture, Ashley discovered her true love of real estate and design. Although Ashley has practiced real estate in two other states, she can't imagine living anywhere but the Corridor. When not working, you can find Ashley scouring the shelves of Homegoods, eating anything insanely spicy and trying to figure out how to feed a family when you're a terrible cook.

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