How to Style IKEA for a Stunning High/Low Mix

Updated 09/30/17

We all love the process of designing a home, but turning an empty space into your dream abode can be costly. The solution? Spend wisely—carefully blending high and low pieces, from contemporary high-end designer pieces to street finds and vintage treasures. This high/low mix is beloved by everyone in the fashion and design worlds, but there is an art to perfecting it. So how do you know when to splurge and when to save? We did some searching, and compiled some of our favorite cheap and chic IKEA pieces—because the company's items look anything but budget.

Pair them with some stylish investment buys, and achieve the ultimate high/low look at home.

IKEA Glasholm Finnvard Table $160
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Tolomeo Mini Lamp $390
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IKEA Kallax Multi Purpose Shelving Unit Bookcase $338
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Ladna Industrial Pendant Light $435
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IKEA PS 2014 $199
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Lampe Gras Model 215L Floor Lamp $960
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IKEA Stockholm Swivel Easy Chair $399
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Akari Noguchi Ceiling Lamp $160
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IKEA Veddinge Kitchen Cabinet Door $52
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1940 Starburst Mirror $750
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IKEA Stockholm Rug $199
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Chairish Large Giltwood Mirror $825
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IKEA Turbo Clothing Rack $45
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Hay Tray Table $265
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IKEA Nockeby Sofa $899
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Katy Skelton Desi Coffee Table $1275
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IKEA PS Maskros Light $90
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Jenny Lind Crib $999
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IKEA Tornliden Table $56
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Bend Goods Lucy Side Chair $439
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What are your tricks for styling your home with a high/low mix? Share your wisdom with us.

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