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Whether you need to furnish a new house or are just looking to freshen up your current home’s style, you’re probably not looking to break the bank. Unfortunately, it can be hard to decorate while staying on budget – especially if you’re like me. Let’s just say I tend to find myself wanting caviar on a dollar menu budget.
But there’s good news! You don’t have to sacrifice style to stay within your budget. These 10 websites have inexpensive finds that are still on trend.
Wayfair is one of the largest websites for home décor and furnishings. Seriously, it feels like they have endless options. The best part? They’re affordable. Their goal is to help you find the right piece at the right price. Wayfair has everything from accent pieces to full furniture sets.
The online retailer offers selections from brands like Joss & Main, All Modern, Dwell Studios, Birch Lane and many more, including their own brand, Wayfair.
Wayfair is online only. So while you can’t go to the store and get these products, they ship to your house for free if you order more than $49!
H&M? Like the clothing store?
Yeah, you read that right.
H&M became known for their fast fashion options, and that’s what you’ll find in most of their retail stores – but online, you can also buy home goods. They don’t offer furniture, but you can find textiles, décor and some storage options for very reasonable prices.
Much like their clothing, H&M’s décor options tend to be trendy and follow a more European sense of style. If you’re drawn to trendy, sleek and minimal designs, H&M is perfect for you.
You probably guessed it – given the name, Uncommon Goods, the décor on this site is anything but boring.
You’ll find interesting accent pieces like blown glass globes and quirky welcome mats. They also do customizable pieces with your name, pet or state. Their selection is perfect for if you’re looking for housewarming gifts or to have some fun with your space.
A lot of the furniture on Uncommon Goods is handmade or in limited quantity, so they can be a little pricier. But, a lot of their décor items can be found for under $100 and many under $50.
You may have been wondering when you’d see this on the list. I mean, really, what doesn’t Amazon have?
Amazon makes home shopping easy. You can browse by category under the “home” department or search specifically for what you’re looking for. A great way to find out more product information is by reading the user reviews. You can also see what others who purchased this product have bought, which might give you some ideas of ways to tie that piece together in the room.
The best part of Amazon? If you have Prime, you can get many of the products in two days and they’ll ship for free.
The Land of Nod
If you’re looking to furnish a nursery or redecorate the kids’ room, you’ll love The Land of Nod. They’re a Crate and Barrel company with everything to create a magical space for your little ones – plus it’s all well designed, so it’s something you and your children will love.
They also have a sale tab where you can find some great options that can stay in line with your budget.
One Kings Lane
Let’s be honest. Being a part of something that’s “members-only” makes you feel kind of special.
One Kings Lane is a free, online members-only home décor retailer. With access to designer décor and exclusive items at discounted prices, they can help you transform an entire room or add a statement piece.
Now, for the part your wallet will love: One Kings Lane offers new sales every day! From framed prints to chic tabletop accessories, it’s like visiting a boutique furniture store from the comfort of your home and without the boutique prices.
Kirkland’s offers year-round merchandise as well as holiday and seasonal décor. Their artistic mirrors, clocks, artificial floral arrangements and more are classic and can be found at very reasonable prices.
They also have retail locations in more than 30 states, so there’s a chance you could go into a store and see the pieces in person if you want to (and might make any returns easier).
For under $50, you can find vintage-inspired pieces or ornamental wall hangings that are sure to make a statement in any room.
Pier 1 Imports
For the most colorful, whimsical items, Pier 1 is a great place to find a statement piece. Whether you need a patterned chair or ornate accent pillows, the store is brimming with pieces to complement your home.
They’re a great place to look into when you start redecorating. They usually have items displayed and styled in a room setting, so you can see how they might work in your own home.
If you have a specific color palette or theme you want to work with, it’s likely you’ll find perfect additions without breaking the bank.
For home décor with international flair, World Market offers goods made abroad by artisans in all corners of the world.
The stock is always changing, but you’re sure to find priced-right treasures like hand-woven baskets from Bali, sculptures from Africa, textiles from India, pottery from Portugal and more. Whether you shop in-store or online, World Market’s discovery of handmade collections from around the world make it a unique shopping experience.
One person’s trash is another person’s treasure, right?
EBay is a great site to explore for the unexpected item that fits your style and budget. Some small-business owners host shops on eBay and bring their finds to customers at near-cost prices.
Did you break your favorite vase? You never know if someone thousands of miles away is getting tired of that same vase and wants to sell it. And the bonus? Communication with sellers means you might be able to negotiate on price and shipping costs, so you can work within your budget. It’s a win-win!
For those of us who want luxury and style on a budget, these top 10 places have the affordable home décor you need to turn your home into whatever you want it to be. So what are you waiting for? Let’s get to shopping!
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