Decorating your home can be expensive, especially if you have good taste. Of course, if you have good taste. Luckily, TikTok is full of hacks to help you decorate your space on a budget while still looking like you spent a lot of money. That said, you can’t hack a sofa or make cookware. At least, you probably won’t. Instead, you’ll be looking for more affordable home decor, furniture, linens, and more. The problem is that many affordable items look affordable. You know what I mean? But these stores offer home goods at a price point you can probably afford, and the products look pretty chic. Trust me, I recently moved and bought all new furniture. Here are the top five places to find home decor and furniture that looks like it came from an interior decorator at an affordable price.
Don’t miss Target’s home supplies. From rugs and furniture to candles and bedding, there’s something for everyone. Chip Gaines and Joanna Gaines’ collaborations with the Hearth & Hand, Magnolia, Studio McGee, and Jungalow brands look very upscale and are of pretty good quality for the price. However, new collaborations and lines tend to sell out quickly. If the item you want is no longer in stock, sign up for email alerts to know when it’s back in stock.
2. H&M Home
Did you know that H&M has a home section? Well, that’s great. All of my cutlery was purchased from retail stores (I love this gold knife and fork set). It has kept its color for 4 years so far. You’ll also find linen pillow sets, bedding, storage bins, vases, blankets, and more in neutral and bold hues.
3. Household items
Did you know that Home Goods has a website? If you don’t have a store near you, you can now shop online. With this, you can outfit your home with new furniture, coffee table books, bedding, cookware, and more at a discounted price. However, just like in a store, you may have to search to find what you want. Some brands are hidden on this site, so even if you’re interested in a particular brand, you can’t search for it directly.
4. Abt Deco
If you like the prices on used furniture on Facebook Marketplace, but don’t have a way to transport your oversized furniture to your home, AptDeco does all the work for you. Basically, this site sells people’s used furniture and handles shipping (no haggling). You’ll find items from West Elm, CB2, Restoration Hardware, Pottery Barn, and many more. Sellers typically share any wear and tear, but some of what’s listed on the site also includes store floor models. Not only is it a great way to find luxury items for less, it’s also more sustainable than buying new. Additionally, you can also use this site to sell your furniture. Get rid of the old stuff to make room for the new stuff.
5. Nathan James
Nathan James is the place to find affordable yet stylish furniture that doesn’t take much effort to put together. Founder Brooke Borden writes on the brand’s website that she founded the company at age 22 after becoming frustrated when she couldn’t find home items she liked within her budget to assemble IKEA furniture. The brand is currently available for purchase on his Amazon, Home Depot, and more, but the entire collection can be found on his website. The brand also offers mid-century modern, minimalist, and in some cases industrial-type finishes. All come with a manufacturer’s lifetime warranty and his 100-day no-questions-asked return policy.
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