The 13 Best Spots to Buy Affordable Home Decor Online
Here, our curated list of the ultimate online sources for reasonably priced rugs, lamps, throw pillows, and more.
When we’re shopping for furniture, we consult our 18 Favorite Spots to Buy Furniture Online, but when we’re looking for all of the decorative touches that turn a house into a home, we shop the sources below. Whether you’re looking for rugs, lighting, throw pillows, or decorative objects to create the ultimate styled shelfie, these sites have it—and at an affordable price. The next time you want to spruce up your home quickly, but without going over budget, you’ll know just where to look.
This one-stop shop for home decor has it all: lamps, woven rugs, and all the quirky decorative objects you’ll ever need to give your home a touch of personality. When you’re looking for pieces that will bring color and texture to your home, this is the spot to shop. The prices are reasonable year-round, but keep an eye out for the amazing end-of-season sales.
Best for modern sofas and stylish pillows and throws, Burrow is your solution for simplified home styling. You can shop preselected bundles that each include three throw pillows and one throw. Plus, the bundles are categorized by design style including Mid-Century, Bohemian, Rustic, or Industrial, so you don’t have to worry about putting together patterns yourself. And if you’re in the market for a couch for an apartment or another small space, Burrow’s selection of loveseats and sectionals are the couches of a minimalist’s dream.
Sure, this one’s a no-brainer, but Target’s new home collections are worth another mention. Project 62 is full of stylish, modern finds, like sleek vases and punchy, patterned shower curtains. Chip and Joanna Gaines' line, Hearth and Hand, will lend your home Joanna’s signature modern farmhouse style. Check out the collection’s pretty lanterns and head-turning tableware.
This site has absolutely everything—making it amazing, yet also intimidating. If you aren’t afraid to scroll for what you want, you’ll likely find the lighting, bedding, or furniture of your dreams. Help narrow the search by filtering options by price, color, material, and more.
The go-to for modern home furnishings, the prices at West Elm can be steep for larger pieces, but the accessories tend to be very affordable. If you’re following a tight budget, stick to glassware, vases, and throw blankets here.
Affordable art is difficult to find, so when we found a source with hundreds of reasonably priced prints by independent artists, it quickly landed on our list of favorites. You can choose to buy a frame along with your art, or buy just the print and find your own frame from another source.
Similar to Home Goods, this store requires some searching, but you’ll be rewarded with gems. This is a great place to look for seasonal finds when you’re prepping your outdoor space for summer or decorating for the holidays.
When it comes to bins, baskets, and all of the home accessories we need to conquer clutter, nothing beats The Container Store. When you’re looking to organize your kitchen, bathroom, and office, stop here first.
While Urban Outfitters’ clothing options may be a little young, the store’s actually offers some stylish finds. And because it’s designed for those with first-home budgets, the prices are reasonable. For a polished look, skip the sparkly accessories, and check out the store’s colorful pillows, bedding, and modern lighting.
Is there anything IKEA can’t do? It’s our favorite place for flat-pack furniture, but browse the home accessories aisles, and you’ll easily fill up a cart with under-$20 finds. To avoid the crowds at the store, shop their entire selection online. If scrolling through the huge database feels overwhelming, start by flipping through the online 2019 catalog.
When you want something stylish and modern (but have seen all West Elm has to offer) CB2 is the next best bet. Don’t miss this store’s beautiful dishware, vases, and bathroom accessories.
While you’re probably familiar with this fast-fashion retailer for its clothing, it also sells home decor at wallet-friendly prices. Although there aren't Zara Home brick-and-mortar stores in the U.S. (check one out on your next trip to Europe), you can shop the selection online. You’ll find bedding, bath accessories, and dishware, all in the trendiest colors and patterns of the season.