Furniture for DIYers

Affordable and easy-to-screw-together furniture for those looking to venture outside Ikea.

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My pick is Floyd, a furniture maker that’s a pretty good alternative to Ikea.

They made their claim to fame a couple of years ago by selling simple metal legs that feature a minimalist, almost industrial design so you can create your own table of any size and any surface material, making the “flat pack” idea more customizable. They’ve since started to sell full furniture kits, but have also taken this idea to things like bed frames, and they’re more sturdy than your typical Ikea furniture.

Retail ranges from $29 to $489.