With every new season comes a fresh crop of design trends we can't wait to bring home. Given that we're currently swooning over structural plinths and jewel-tone velvet chairs, this fall is certainly no exception. However, as the major home décor authorities started unveiling their latest collections for autumn, it became increasingly apparent that some trends were simply beyond the scopes of our budgets. (We're looking at you, round bouclé sofas.)
In search of cheap fall décor finds for every major trend worth buying into this season, we combed affordable home retailers' sites to bring you the best under-$100 steals. From a '60s-inspired terrazzo side table that looks way more expensive than it is to a cozy throw in the perfect shade of sepia (aka the season's most coveted hue), these guilt-free finds are too good not add to your shopping cart right now. Keep scrolling to shop the season's top trends for under $100.
Earlier this year, we predicted that this '60s décor trend would have major staying power—and it doesn't look like it's going anywhere anytime soon. Keep scrolling to shop our under-$100 picks to get the look for less.
Not quite rust, not quite ochre, and not quite burnt orange—sepia is the autumnal shade to try this year. From throws to vases to glassware, here are the affordable finds we're adding to our shopping carts this season.
Luxe-looking stoneware isn't out of your price range if you only have $100 to spend. These budget-friendly buys look artisan but don't come with the steep price tags that typically accompany handmade pottery.
Jewel tones are an ephemeral fall trend that's practically synonymous with the season. This year, we're leaning toward deep shades of blue, green, purple, and red that resemble sapphires, emeralds, amethysts, and rubies, respectively.
Effortlessly ethereal, ribbed glass is perhaps fall's most accessible trend. The ripple-textured material can be found in the form of everything from light fixtures to vases and drinkware—and all for less than $100.
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