If you've got great taste but a less-than-robust budget for all things decor, it can be hard to find pieces that fit your idea of an Instagram-worthy home
. Luckily, there are a handful of sites that can help you achieve the home of your dreams, even on a mid-20s bank account
. Before you dive down the rabbit hole of internet shopping, we're sharing our favorite spots to scoop up must-have, discounted furniture. Because there's nothing like #homesweethome — especially when you don't have to break the bank
You may have spent an afternoon (or two) swooning over this site's chic, modern designs, but for the real deals, head over to their outlet section. Score seriously marked-down chairs and couches to give your place a full makeover, or lend some shine to empty corners with side tables for a steal.
Another favorite of the high-end design set, Blu Dot also has an outlet section that is a must-go for those in the know. Check back frequently for an ever-rotating cast of modern furniture pieces. Pro-tip: If you're in the Minneapolis area, you can even shop their outlet store IRL.
The Container Store:
The Container Store may be your go-to for all things organizational, but it's probably not the first place that comes to mind for furniture. Time to give this space-saving superstore a second look. You'll find deals on functional-yet-stylish pieces for the kitchen, home office, and bedroom that never go out of style.
If you haven't checked out FAB since its early days of novelty kitchen gadgets and cute cord wranglers, you're in for a treat. FAB also carries clever accent furniture that matches their core principle of cuteness, so whatever you find will be playful and unexpected. Best of all? Something's always going on sale, so definitely bookmark this site and check back often.
The all-in-one decor platform is one of our favorite spots to find new ideas. But don't overlook their robust marketplace. Whether you prefer to shop category-wide flash sales or just skim through the just-reduced offerings, there's always something new to discover (and buy).
A veritable dreamscape of minimalist finishes, clean color palettes, and sophisticated silhouettes, Rove Concepts is the perfect place to shop when you're in need of an all-around upgrade. While some of their sale pieces are still spendy, there are definitely still deals to be had.
It's understandable to do a double-take when looking at Structube's selection. The Montreal-based brand pairs modern, high-end style with ultra-low prices; think colorful couches under $500 and smart sideboards for less than $400. And if that's not affordable enough, the brand also has a sale filter that will help you sniff out even higher savings.
Cost Plus World Market:
Whether you're looking for a new accessory or an entire dining room set, Cost Plus World Market has something that fits your look and
your budget. Don't miss their extensive selection of statement lighting — it's one of our favorite ways to update rentals and permanent addresses alike.
Joss & Main:
Don't be put off by the beach-themed inspirational plaques and doctor's office wall art — Joss & Main has some stylish finds if you know where to look. Scope out mid-century-inspired pieces to spice up your space on a budget. To score even more deals, sign up for their email list and be ready to pounce when their alert lands in your inbox.
Are you looking for a high-end upgrade without dropping a ton of cash? Horchow just might be the site for you. Their sale section hovers around half off, which keeps us coming back for more. PS: We won't judge you if you can't resist throwing some luxury linens and cashmere throws into your cart while you're at it.
France & Søn:
Designers have flocked to France & Søn for their mid-century designs, but the retailer has recently added some rustic-chic pieces into the mix that have us contemplating a decorating re-do. Search by section or give yourself carte blanche in their "Warehouse Blowout" category. Either way, you'll be designing like a celebrity stylist in no time.
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