20 Affordable (But Expensive-Looking) Home Accents on Amazon
Create a stylish home without the hefty price tag with these inexpensive home decor items.
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Decorative Tray from Jonathan Adler, $16
Jonathan Adler is known for his playful (and expensive) home accessories and furniture. His “Now House by Jonathan Adler” collection is his answer to affordability without sacrificing luxury. We love this glazed stoneware tray featuring gem-inspired angles in gradating shades of pink, blue or green to hold your keys, jewelry and more.
Beechwood Coat Hook with Leather Strap, $20
This handmade item looks expensive, given its quality and style. The single hook is made of solid beechwood and features a natural leather strap. It’s a functional accent we love!
Geometric Plant Pots, $20
Boost the greenery in your home while adding some sophistication with this set of three plant pots.
“Great bargain for superior quality,” says a reviewer. “Beautifully made. Love how the modern patterns coordinate with the colors. The gold/copper really pops.”
Modern Desk Lamp, $23
Reinforce that Scandinavian minimalist look in your home with this small lamp. Perfect for placing on a bedside table or desk, this inexpensive home decor item features a modern aesthetic with a sturdy, no-slip wooden base.
Mid-Century Modern Side Chair, $40
This chair is more than $100 less expensive than many comparable ones on Amazon, so you can add style without the expensive price tag.
“Nice chair! Looks like the original mid-century modern chair it’s designed after however for a fraction of the price!” says a reviewer. “Very happy with the overall design, quality and feel of chair.”
Rustic Shelves, $35
These functional shelves feature solid-wood boards and industrial-look metal brackets. These on-trend shelves are also easy to install, versatile, affordable and attractive!
Hand-Carved Serving Tray, $25
Hand carved out of seasoned mango wood, this tray looks beautiful while providing excellent functionality. Keep it on display on an ottoman and use it to serve drinks and apps at parties.
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Toilet Bowl Brush and Holder, $10
When it comes to the bathroom, expensive-looking functional items can be hard to find. This toilet bowl brush and holder is a mere 10 bucks, but it looks high-end.
“Slim, sleek and works well for its intended purpose – as fashionable as something like this can be…. I like that it isn’t bulky and the gray is a nice color,” says a reviewer.
Herb and Salt Bowl, $10
This white marble herb and salt bowl adds a touch of style to the kitchen or dining table. This inexpensive home decor item is striking enough to leave on display even when it’s not in use.
Cotton Rope Baskets, $15
Stylishly store items you need ready access to in these cotton rope baskets. They have the casual-chic look that usually costs much more.
“These are really cute and versatile. They are made well and are bigger than I expected, but that’s a good thing. I need my stuff organized and this is a really cute way to do so,” says a reviewer.
Hanging Storage Bags, $13
It can be hard to find aesthetically pleasing storage solutions, and when you do, they’re often pricey. These hanging storage bags double as decor and come with adhesive wall hooks for easy installation.
Faux Fur Pillow Cover, $20
It’s time to upgrade your faded and dated throw pillow covers. Available in a variety of colors, we love the look of these faux fur throw pillow covers, especially in pale pink.
“Was skeptical but it seemed like too good a deal to pass up. I bought two of these covers about two months ago. The fur looks and feels like the real Mongolian fur – far better than a more expensive trimmed one from Bed, Bath and Beyond. Makes my living room couch look luxurious,” says a reviewer.
Contemporary Soap Dispenser, $10
This sleek, contemporary soap dispenser features a smooth, rounded design and a wide opening for easy refills.
“Great design! I love how minimal and clean it looks. Makes my bathroom look[s] spa-like with sculptural accessories!” says a reviewer.
Map Art, $119
Large wall art often comes with a hefty price. That’s why we can’t believe this large, 30-inch x 60-inch three-panel canvas featuring a map of the world is so affordable, despite how high-end it looks!
“I was really impressed with the quality of this map art,” says a reviewer. “It looks even better hanging on my wall than in the picture! The colors are muted but not at all blurry, the boxes are well constructed, and the detail is well done. I just love it.”
4-Tiered Jewelry Tray, $19
The innovative, minimalist design of this jewelry tray makes it look upscale. However, this clever tower neatly stores your necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings and more, and it costs less than $20.
Modern Abstract Area Rug, $106
Transform your living room with a classy rug. This 5×7 area rug provides splashes of color that mimic oceanic life. We love that it’s stain resistant, fade resistant, doesn’t shed and is easy to clean!
Faux Fur Throw Blanket, $22
A throw blanket is the perfect addition to ‘zhuzh’ up a space. This luxurious shaggy faux fur blanket will look effortlessly chic tossed over a reading chair, the arm of a couch or the side of the bed.
“This throw is snowy white, soft and beautiful. I didn’t expect such a beautiful throw for the price,” says a reviewer.
Natural Jute Area Rug, $37
Perfect for dressing up a corner in your house, this 4-foot diameter trendy area rug is an inexpensive home decor item that goes with many decor styles. We love that it’s hand woven using natural fibers, but doesn’t have a hefty price tag.
“Excellent rug for our home office. It fit perfectly under my rolling chair, under my desk. Love the look, it finished the room off nicely,” says a reviewer.
Shoji Screen Room Divider, $115
These panels are great for creating an extra bedroom space in a living room or a temporary wall between your living room and home office. Reviewers love how gorgeous the panels look while providing privacy — especially for the price!
Cast Iron Teapot, $20
This cast iron teapot features a traditional Japanese tetsubin design. It’s refined appearance, combined with the durability of cast iron, make this an instant classic.
“The textured finish is attractive and the handle is engineered very well to stand up on its own,” says a reviewer. “I have been looking for a quality Japanese teapot for some time—very happy to find this one.”