While Prague is most famous for its stunning architecture and castles, it also has plenty to offer in terms of shopping destinations. With its many shopping centers, local markets, and boutique shops, you’ll have no trouble finding items to take home with you. Aside from local food products, antique treasures, and wooden toys, you’ll also find furniture and other accessories that you can use to give your home a much-needed makeover. 

To help you with your shopping, we have curated a list of furniture stores in and around Prague. This list includes budget-friendly stores and luxury shops, so you have a lot of options, whether you are working on a tight budget or want to splurge to your heart’s content.

Budget-Friendly to Mid-Price Furniture Stores 

If you want your hard-earned money to go a long way, these home décor shops offer a wide selection of quality goods that won’t break the bank.

1. Möbelix 
Möbelix is the discount furniture line of the XXXLutz Group, one of the largest furniture retailers in Europe. Two of its six discount stores in the Czech Republic are in Prague’s Vysočany and Stodůlky quarters.

This furniture store offers thousands of reasonably priced fittings and accessories for any space in your house or flat, from your kitchen and dining room to your bedroom and living room. You can also find pieces for designing your office. They have textiles, carpets, mattresses, as well as ceiling fans, lighting fixtures, and electrical appliances. Möbelix also offers services such as furniture assembly and interior design consulting if you need help with finding the furniture to complement your existing home décor.

2. Sconto
Sconto is a chain of department stores owned by the German brand Höffner. In Prague, there are two Sconto stores—one is in Černý Most, and the other is in the Stodůlky area.

The range of products found in Sconto is similar to that of Möbelix. You can find high-quality home goods for styling your bedroom, kitchen, dining area, living room, and home office. Sconto also offers professional consulting, custom kitchen designs, and transportation and installation services. Additionally, the store has its own restaurant where you can stop by and grab a bite if you need to take a break from shopping.

3. IKEA
IKEA is one of, if not the most prominent, furniture brands worldwide. Established in 1943, this Swedish company now operates over 400 retail stores around the globe. There are four IKEA stores in the Czech Republic. Two are in Prague, including the first one that opened in 1991 in the DBK shopping center.

The primary goal of IKEA is to sell ready-to-assemble designer furniture at an affordable price point. If you need assistance, IKEA provides a furniture assembly service through a partner company. IKEA also offers delivery and pickup services. And if you’re remodeling your kitchen, you can acquire IKEA’s professional kitchen services, which include space planning and measuring, plus the delivery and installation of furnishings.

IKEA offers other perks through a membership club called the IKEA Family. If you sign up to IKEA Family, you will enjoy exclusive discounts on selected products and have the chance to join workshops for free. You will also get other benefits, such as a surprise gift on your birthday and a cup of hot coffee or tea every time you visit the store.

High-End Furniture Stores

There’s also a variety of designer furniture shops in Prague if you prefer browsing for luxurious pieces. Below are some stores that offer a selection of modern, unique, and cutting-edge furniture.

1. BoConcept
The Danish lifestyle brand BoConcept has been operating since 1952. There are two BoConcept stores in the Czech Republic. One of them is in Prague, in Myšák Gallery, which is just a few minutes away from Wenceslas Square. Another BoConcept store is in the Decoland showroom, in Průhonice near Prague.

BoConcept is famous for its line of contemporary wooden and Nordic-style furniture. Over the years, BoConcept has expanded its product line, which now includes designer pieces such as sofas, mattresses, armchairs, and many more. In addition, BoConcept sells practical home accessories like lighting accessories and wall and TV units. 

If you want to redesign your space, BoConcept also offers interior design services. Be it a single room or multiple rooms in your home, their design team will co-create the space according to your preferred style and turn your dream into reality.

2. Konsepti
Homegrown design shop Konsepti was established in 1995 by Lucie and David Reznicek. Konsepti has five shops in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. In Prague, Konsepti’s showroom is in the former Holport building in Holešovice.

Konsepti features interior design pieces from Czech designers as well as original designs from global brands, including Alias, Cappellini, Flos, MDF Italia, Vitra, and Walter Knoll. In addition to selling home and office furniture and decorations, Konsepti also offers a wide range of services. This includes interior design consulting, B2B projects, architectural consulting, delivery and installation, and refurbishment and reconstruction. 

Konsepti also has a loyalty club called Komplot. Signing up to Komplot lets you enjoy exclusive rewards and benefits, including personal invitations to events organized by Konsepti and Kartell, discounts on selected products, and a subscription to the company magazine Komposti.

3. Le Patio Lifestyle
Le Patio Lifestyle is a boutique furniture store with shops located on Dušní and Jungmannova streets in Prague.

This concept store specializes in original, cultural, and exotic products imported from different parts of the world. You can find a variety of designer pieces in the showroom, such as Colonial-style furniture, silver jewelry from India, and Capiz lamps from the Philippines. There are also home perfumes from France and locally made metal furniture. Additionally, Le Patio Lifestyle features arts and lifestyle books for your coffee table or display shelves.