While I'm pretty resourceful when it comes to finding statement pieces for my home, I'll admit that I made my mind up about Urban Outfitters a long time ago. I'd always viewed the brand as synonymous with dorm décor and bohemian finds, and given that my personal style is sleek and minimal, I overlooked it. But when I browsed the site a few weeks ago, I started to stumble across some hidden gems. First, it was a beveled mirror that looked like it had been plucked straight from the walls of Hotel Panache in Paris. Then I came across a sheet metal coffee table that would look right at home in a fashion blogger's loft.
It turns out the brand has grown up a lot since I last checked, and now it's the first place I turn to for affordable décor. Take a peek at the 13 best buys currently sitting in my cart—there's nothing boho about these sleek, bold finds.
We're calling it: This metal-and-glass coffee table is Urban Outfitters' best-kept secret. Style it in a living room with a few carefully chosen statement books.
Luxe storage units can be hard to find. This sleek, minimal unit ticks all the boxes.
Urban Outfitters is probably the last place you'd think of to buy a luxe bed, but this demure dove gray velvet one is surprisingly stylish.
This all-in-one vanity, coat rack, and shelf is slim enough to fit in any small bedroom or entryway.
Rattan furniture doesn't have to be boho. This woven dusty pink chair is a sculptural alternative.
We're obsessed with these candy wrapper–shaped catchalls. They're perfect for loose keys and stray items.
Inexpensive storage can be hard to come by if you don't love plastic or particle board wares. This closet set is at a great price point, includes a leaning mirror and fold-out clothing rack, and stores flat behind a door when guests come over.
Part decorative object, part vase, this simple orb-like piece belongs on your windowsill.
Brightly colored furniture can veer on the tacky side, but there's nothing low-brow about this wood-and-iron side table.
Who knew a dustpan could be so pretty? These powder-coated ones are made from steel and beechwood.
Rugs can be a serious financial drain, and if you plan on using it in a thoroughfare, it's guaranteed to get dirty. Opt for a low-profile woven rug like this one—it starts at just $29.
Who says candles have to come in a clear glass votive? This one doubles as décor.
What's your favorite place to find affordable furniture?