It's safe to say that the majority of our jobs on team MyDomaine revolves around home décor products. Our daily routine is relatively consistent. We start the day with a press showing to see a brand's latest products IRL, return to the office to sift through hundreds of emails about up-and-coming brands and home innovations, scour the internet for products to feature in our stories, and end the day with a press event, again, usually spotlighting new-season wares.
Having followed this routine for years now, it's only natural that a few of those products have found their way into our shopping carts. They're not all big-ticket items either. Ahead I've rounded up a few (okay, 98 is more than a few) home décor items under $100 that have caught my eye lately. From sculptural marble candleholders and whimsical art to bulbous vases and plush linens, they're proof you don't have to spend big to inject personality in your home.
OBJECTS AND DÉCOR
Sculpture or candleholder?
We dare you to find a stylish mirror at a better price.
This chic incense holder deserves to be kept on display.
Finally, a chic place to keep your jewelry or stray keys.
Who can resist this bit of marble magic?
The perfect table centerpiece. (And yes, we know it's slightly over the $100 budget but it was too pretty to leave out.)
The key to making your rental look a bit more luxe.
Pair with candles and a stack of books for a carefully styled vignette.
A glass box to stash your jewelry that's too pretty to hide away.
Simple and understated, this Zara Home steal will never go out of style.
Swap outdated light fixtures for this sleek flush mount.
Shop this sconce now before the sale ends.
A quick way to change the look of your original fixtures.
Proof that lighting is the jewelry of the home.
A classic lamp to flank your bed.
Moody and modern, this glass fluted shade casts just enough glow.
You'd never guess they're from IKEA.
Add a boho touch (without venturing to Morocco).
Cover unsightly tiles with this inexpensive runner. And it's on sale!
Just the right amount of color.
VASES AND PLANTERS
I first spotted this vase in Denmark and have been obsessed ever since.
Urban Outfitters' playful vase collection is surprisingly good.
The perfect home for your mismatched succulents.
This glass vase is Joanna Gaines–approved.
Tom Dixon pushes the boundaries yet again. Beautiful.
A creative take on a traditional clay pot and stand.
A cheap and cheerful buy from H&M Home.
Who could settle for just one?
A bold black planter for any minimalist room.
I've been thinking of buying a piece of Josh Young artwork for months—it's time!
Soft and abstract, this Leif print is meant to mirror a sunflower petal.
A simple way to add color and warmth to your room.
Perfect for a powder room or above your dresser.
Escapism at its best.
Think beyond the walls with this sleek sculpture.
MyDomaine's former designer creates the most beautiful illustrations.
Just the right amount of white space.
Abstract for the win.
Snowe's "softexture" bedding is exactly that—soft to touch but still textural.
I can't wait to test this out on my next long-haul flight.
Finally, a sleep mask that won't slip off your head during the night.
The ideal color combination to herald fall.
Parachute makes my favorite linen bedding. It's time to add its new gray colorways to my room.
A little bit fancier than linen, these percale sheets look luxe (without an exorbitant price tag).
A newcomer to the direct-to-consumer bedding market, Riley's products are surprisingly well priced.
H&M Home has an extensive linen bedding collection.
Great for layering with color-block linen throw pillows. (Yes, we know it's a little over budget but the Citizenry are too good not to pay a little extra.)
An upgrade from the standard white bath mat.
Brooklinen's first-ever Hammam towels go from beach to bathroom.
I've been dying to try these waffle towels at home—they're meant to be surprisingly absorbent.
What I'd buy if my boyfriend didn't object…
It can be hard to add a touch of quirk to the bathroom, but this playful mat does just that.
A quick way to give your all-white bathroom a hint of serene blue.
A genius storage solution for all your products.
Channel those New England vibes.
An easy way to update your tired rental bathroom.
A fun take on the traditional rectangular bath mat.
Perfect for cheese platters or pizza.
Speckled pottery has been everywhere this year.
An elevated take on a classic flute.
Trust the Scandinavians to make a simple household item stylish.
These cheese knives are made from three Irish hardwoods: yew, walnut, and sycamore.
I'm a sucker for back marble.
Another reason to look forward to your morning cup of coffee.
Parachute's entertaining line comes in the most beautiful muted shades.
A gorgeous woven stool for a kid's room or a walk-in closet.
IKEA's nightstand hardly looks budget.
You'd never know these three nesting tables are just $60 for a set.
Target's Project62 line has a ton of affordable home finds.
Make use of those blank walls.
I've been contemplating this sage-colored barstool for some time.
Vancouver-based company Rove Concepts is my go-to for designer furniture on a budget.
Rattan is a trend that's here to stay.
A bold side table with a touch of flower power.
For just $20, you can afford to get one in every color.
The perfect home for throw blankets, toys, and stray items.
Making the most of your tiny closet.
These Food52 storage jars are equal parts beautiful and practical.
A steal from IKEA's new line.
A little ledge for candles, succulents, and knickknacks.
An ideal entryway addition for keys, phones, and accessories.
So gorgeous that you'll never want to cover them up with coats.
Translucent storage to put your favorite shoes on display.
Zara Home's basket section delivers the goods.
A playful addition.
$10 well spent.
This is hardly an item I need, but I can't stop thinking about these beautiful egg boards.
A solid hostess gift to keep in mind for the holidays.
Think beyond white.
Ditch the disposable scoop and opt for this walnut one instead.
Made from durable maple, this is one kitchen item you'll have for years.
Food52's buyer introduced me to this storage bowl brand, and I've been hooked ever since.
I've been searching for a stylish coffee cannister to match my espresso machine, and this Stelton one comes out on top.
Elevate your morning brew.
Target's new line, Made by Design, has so many smart storage options.
This H&M steal looks 10 times more expensive than it actually is.