Surprising Places to Get the Luxe Restoration Hardware Look for Less
Here's how to make your home look expensive—without going for broke.
If you love the look of Restoration Hardware—think rich velvet curtains and sturdy reclaimed wood dining tables—then you're going to adore these two new home decor collections. Ashley Furniture's new line Mane & Mason and Wayfair's new line Greyleigh both capture the modern-farmhouse-meets-industrial-design aesthetic, but at much more affordable prices. It's a blend of Joanna Gaines-approved style and high-end details that makes a space feel both luxurious and lived in. Ready to give your home a rich update? Shop a few of our favorite pieces from the new collections, below.
The Bedding You've Always Dreamed About
If you've always coveted high-end duvet covers, here's how to get the look (and feel!) for much less. This 3-piece duvet cover set comes in classy hues, including this beautiful dove gray color.
To buy: $54, wayfair.com.
An Elegant Floor Lamp
This floor lamp looks much more high-end than its price tag. Place it next to the coziest armchair in your living room to create a comfy reading nook.
To buy: $120, ashleyfurniture.com.
A Plush Throw Pillow
A high-end home is all in the details. Add a velvety throw pillow to make your couch look more luxurious.
To buy: $38, ashelyfurniture.com.
A Modern-Rustic Bookcase
If your dream house has an entire library devoted to your book collection, compromise by turning one corner of your living room into a relaxing reading retreat. Adding this wood-and-metal bookcase is the first step.
To buy: $124, wayfair.com.
Reclaimed Wood Nightstand
Love the look of reclaimed wood? Add a touch of rustic flair to your bedroom with this reclaimed pine wood nightstand in a stylish chevron pattern.
To buy: $240, ashleyfurniture.com.