Who wouldn't want a perfectly decorated and organized home? We already know the benefits of having a beautiful environment and how it impacts our well-being—but at what cost? With the rising costs of living and real estate and our somewhat volatile daily spending habits, it can sometimes feel as though our bank accounts are being stretched thinner than a sheet of paper. But that doesn't mean we don't have eyes for that elusive original Fritz Hansen chair or a new cashmere blanket. After all, if these home décor pieces are all over our Instagram feeds, are they that unattainable?
We're here to let you in on a little secret—14 of them to be exact. These are the affordable home décor online destinations where our editors go to find chic accents and sleek furniture that look much more expensive than they are. Whether you're just looking for a new bedside lamp or shopping around for a three-seater sofa—we've got the place for you. No, you don't need a $1000 budget to completely revamp your space—here's how it's done.
While we certainly won't argue that France & Son has the most affordable furniture of all times, we will say that if you have a penchant for classic midcentury designs but can't afford the exuberant price tags—this is your new favorite shop.
We love H&M for wardrobe basics from white T-shirts to socks, but we love it even more for insanely cheap home accents that look like a million bucks. Try the linen napkins or the stylish cutting boards for size.
A newcomer on the online scene, Capsule cuts out the middleman to provide quality furniture at reasonable prices. Case in point: Its side tables start a just $89.
This Aussie retailer has a large selection of quirky colorful home accents from pillows to poufs, and they're all reasonably priced. You're welcome.
For original well-crafted lighting at a friendly price, look no further than Cedar & Moss, a brand that specializes in brass pendants and sconces.
Here's another fashion store that's successfully transitioned to home—Zara has a large selection of stylish homewares at prices just as low as its clothes.
This shop is your go-to for the best modern designs without the high price tags. Find anything from leather wrapped concrete vases to iconic modern chairs.
AllModern has a seemingly endless inventory of furniture and homewares. One of the things we like best: The search function, which allows you to narrow down your search by price point and ultimately land on gems like this under-$600 velvet sofa.
There's a little bit of everything at Tictail from insanely cheap to extremely high-end. But one thing's for sure: Its products are über-cool and unique, and a lot of them are wallet-friendly.
World Market is the type of store where every once in a while you'll find a deal too good to resist. Case in point: A duo of these leather-strap accent chairs will run you under $200.
Where else could you find a trendy table lamp for $25? IKEA may not be a hidden gem, but it holds its place as one of the best shops to score amazing deals.
If you've ever perused the home section at Urban Outfitters, you've undoubtedly noticed how well-priced most of its furniture is. This leather-wrapped nightstand is under $200.
Etsy is a treasure trove of affordable décor from designer pillows to solid brass clocks. If you have the patience to search, the world is your oyster.
Looking for a stylish three-seater sofa at under $1000? Head to Article, a new direct-to-consumer furniture shop with a great selection of affordable décor.
And now, all the cool little-known décor shops we didn't know about (until now).