14 Sites That’ll Let You Score Amazing Home Decor On The Cheap
We all love freshening things up—until we hit “checkout” and see just how much our small bedroom redesign ultimately wound up costing. But you don’t have to drain your bank account (or forgo your new decor dreams altogether), you just have to know where to find the best deals. These sites are our go-to’s when it comes to cheap decor that’s actually quality, on trend, and looks totally luxe. You have our permission to go redo your entire house now. 1H&M COURTESY OF H&M
You can shop for clothes andhousewares in one. Their linens are killer, pillows and rugs are swoon-worthy, and they’ve got some pretty covetable kitchenware, too. Just go ahead and take all my money, H&M.
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Walk into Target for one thing, come out with an entire cartful of things you don’t need. Like their modern Project 62 furniture line. Too good.
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3Urban Outfitters COURTESY OF URBAN OUTFITTERS
If you’ve ever added decor items to your Anthro shopping cart and immediately wanted to cry, check Urban. It’s the same cool, bohemian vibe (think all the colors, patterns, and textures), but way more affordable.
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Joss & Main curates their selections by styles—Modern Farmhouse or Cottage Living, for example—so you can shop your entire room by your design aesthetic.
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Furniture, home decor, rugs—you name it, they’ve got it. You’ll score unique finds from around the world that are totally original. (And at prices that won’t make you die inside).
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6IKEA COURTESY OF IKEA
IKEA, we’ll never quit you. Once you’ve bought your furniture, these hacks will help you turn it into something totally gorgeous and unique.
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Gilt is where you go when you want to score designer brands without the designer price tag. Their sales last about a month, so keep checking back for the newest, freshest content.
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Did you know you can buy furniture on Amazon? Now you do. And a lot of it comes with prime shipping!
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9Wayfair COURTESY OF WAYFAIR
Also known as rug central, you can find literally anything you’re looking for on Wayfair, in a variety of decor styles. And they always have great deals.
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AllModern is Wayfair’s hipper, edgier cousin. If modern, sleek decor is what you’re after, this site will keep your decor on point and your budget in check.
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Etsy might require a bit more hunting to find something great since all the items are sold by individual sellers and the majority are handmade, but that’s half the fun. They’ve got everything from artwork to decor to furniture—and you can even score some sweet antique finds, too.
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12Uncommon Goods COURTESY OF UNCOMMON GOODS
You won’t find any furniture or big ticket items here, but it’s a killer spot for, well, uncommon home decor accents. If you want unique lighting, wall decor, or decorative objects at a low price point, this is your go-to.
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You’ll be surprised how expensive stuff from Walmart can look if you curate strategically, but it’s legitimately the opposite of expensive. It’s got everything you need, from rugs, to furniture, to lighting, to decor, and with all of Walmarts awesome rollbacks, you can get some seriously insane deals.
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Hear us out—Overstock is legit. There isa lot to comb through, and a lot of it you’ll probably pass right over, but if you’re up for digging around, you can find some really awesome stuff that goes with every single decor style.
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