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Everyone loves freshening things up—until you go to “checkout” and see just how much our small bedroom redesign is actually going to cost, that is. But you don’t have to drain your bank account (or forgo your new decor plans altogether) to make it all happen, you just have to know where to find the best deals. Often, you can find similar items and styles at more budget-friendly stores, if you’re willing to do some serious browsing. And some stores even carry the more expensive brands you already love at a deep discount, too. That, and there are plenty of brands you might not even know exist that carry affordable, quality pieces you’ll love.
These sites are about to become your go-tos for cheap but quality, on-trend home decor. From the stores you likely already frequent (like Wayfair and Amazon) to stores you didn’t know carried home items in the first place (hello, H&M and Nordstrom Rack!), here’s where you can score amazing deals on the stylish home decor you’ve been dreaming of. Consider this permission to redo your entire house, now.
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SHOP NOW walmart.com
Walmart might not be your go-to destination for home decor, but if you haven’t yet discovered the magic of their newest home lines, that’s about to change right now. Alongside amazingly low prices, you’ll find collections from celebs like Drew Barrymore—not to mention, Walmart’s own stylish in-house lines like MoDRN.
SHOP NOW wayfair.com
It doesn’t matter if you’re on the hunt for furniture, rugs, art, planters, storage baskets, or anything else, for that matter, because whatever you need, you’re sure to find it at Wayfair—in a variety of decor styles, no less. And thanks to near constant sales, you’ll always score a great deal.
SHOP NOW urbanoutfitters.com
If you’ve ever added decor items to your Anthropologie shopping cart and then realized it was just too far beyond your budget, head on over to their sister brand, Urban Outfitters. It’s the same cool, bohemian vibe (think all the colors, patterns, and textures), but at a more affordable price point.
SHOP NOW ecovibestyle.com
At EcoVibe, sustainability and affordability go hand in hand, proving you don’t need to spend a fortune to buy products made using ethical practices. EcoVibe stocks products like rugs, mirrors, throws, and kitchenware, and even has an apparel section if you just can’t get enough. It’s also a great place to shop for gifts, thanks to its curated gift set section featuring fun care packages for everyone on your list.
Joss & Main
SHOP NOW jossandmain.com
Joss & Main curates their selections by styles—Modern Farmhouse or Cottage Living, for example—so you can easily shop for your entire home by your design aesthetic.
SHOP NOW worldmarket.com
Furniture, home decor, rugs—you name it, they’ve got it (even food!). You’ll score unique finds from around the world that are totally original, not to mention, at prices that won’t hurt your wallet, either.
Jungalow by Justina Blakeney
SHOP NOW jungalow.com
If you love boho decor, you need to check out Jungalow by Justina Blakeney. While the price point is a little higher than some of the stores on this list, there are still plenty of more affordable pieces (from bedding and shower curtains to planters and tableware!) that will turn every room in your home into the cozy-cool space of your dreams.
SHOP NOW allmodern.com
Think of AllModern as 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.
SHOP NOW effortlesscomposition.com
Whether you’re looking for decorative objects, throw pillows, tableware, mirrors, stylish storage, or art, Effortless Composition has you covered. Everything in stock is hand-curated, and the brand’s mission is incredibly relatable, too—it says its products are for people who “don’t want to just live in their home, they want to love the hell out of every inch of it.”
SHOP NOW etsy.com
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.
SHOP NOW nordstromrack.com
That’s right, Nordstrom Rack isn’t just a great resource for discounted designer clothes; you’ll also find plenty of deals on home decor there, too. Sale products from brands like Anthropologie, Nest, Kate Spade New York, and more abound.
SHOP NOW ikea.com
IKEA has so much more in store for you than the flatpack furniture and storage solutions you’re used to—you’ll find tons of decor, kitchenware, lighting, and even realistic fake plants at the brand, plus tons of pieces you can use for DIY projects..
SHOP NOW uncommongoods.com
You won’t find any furniture or big ticket items here, but it’s an amazing spot for, well, uncommon home decor accents. If you want the most unique lighting, wall decor, or decorative objects you can find on a budget, this should be your new go-to.
SHOP NOW hm.com
You can shop for clothes and housewares in one at H&M. Their linens are killer, their pillows and rugs have tons of personality, and they’ve got some pretty covetable kitchenware, too—all at the same low price point you’re used to in their clothing sections.
SHOP NOW overstock.com
There is a lot to comb through at Overstock, 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.
SHOP NOW target.com
Walk into Target for one thing, come out with an entire cartful of things you don’t need—and the same thing goes for online, too. But with affordable in-house brands like like modern furniture line Project 62 and boho-chic finds from Opalhouse, how can you resist?
SHOP NOW gilt.com
Gilt is where you go when you want to score designer brands without the designer price tag. You’ll find new sales on the site all the time, so keep checking back for the newest, freshest pieces to shop.
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