I consider myself to be incredibly lucky because my job allows me to decor our home with higher end decor pieces. I absolutely love everything in our home, but I completely understand that replicating it isn’t always budget-friendly. With that in mind, I wanted to share my secret sources for affordable home decor today. No matter what you’re looking for, I’m sure you will find it from any of these sources!
Searching for Affordable Home Decor? These Sources are Too Good to Ignore
Previously Owned & Used Furniture & Decor
I shared Poshmark as a personal favorite source for vintage artwork last week. I’ve been spending more and more time finding over types of small home decor, like pillows, throws, and decorative accents. There are so many great finds and I still feel like no one is talking about this!
CORT Furniture Outlet
I am a huuuuge fan of shopping at my local CORT Furniture Outlet and have partnered with them on sponsored posts a few times in the past because of this. Remember my old studio space? I created a comfortable, inspiring, and stylish seating area for less than $600! Every time I’ve shopped at CORT, I find something I want. Usually the furniture is pre-owned, but not always. And the furniture itself is manufactured to a higher standard than most furniture, so that it will withstand several moves and still hold up in showroom condition. If you’re looking for affordable furniture, I highly recommend finding your local CORT Furniture Outlet.
Better than Craigslist in my opinion, there are some major gems to be found on Facebook Marketplace. I feel like the pricing is generally more affordable and it isn’t as picked over. I’ve also been told that Mercari is a great place to look, but have not personally tried it.
Shopping on EBTH can be really, really good, but it’s not always consistent. I feel like I would have way better luck shopping here if I lived in an area where you can pick up instead of having delivery. The shipping rates can be pricy!
I still believe that there are great deals to be found on Etsy, especially with rugs. You just have to be willing to scroll and scroll and scroll through lots of not-so-great stuff. When it comes to shopping for furniture on Etsy, I typically try to only find pieces that are available within a certain number of miles from my home. Always trying to save on shipping!
I mean… you know I’m obsessed with thrifting. I wanted to include this on the list because everyone has different varieties of thrift stores and consignment stores. I’m working on a separate post that’s all about my favorite thrifting spots in Seattle, so stay tuned for that!
New Furniture & Decor
More and more, retailers are offering price-conscious pieces that are stylish and reasonably well-made. And it’s not just IKEA anymore! If you don’t want anything that is pre-owned, used, or vintage, these sources for affordable home decor are great options:
- Nordstrom Rack
- Amazon — Remember the Craftsman makeover project? That proved to me how amazing the new furniture and decor collections are from Amazon. Plus, gotta love that Prime shipping!
- Urban Outfitters — I am consistently blown away by their selection of stylish furniture, lighting, and decor. The breadth of material choices is also really great, especially if you want rattan or something with caning.
- World Market
- Target — I’ve been loving so many of the new collections from Target. They’ve really stepped up the furniture style and selections, especially.
And with all of those stores, I highly recommend signing up for the email list because you’ll be the first to know when there are sales and an even better price.
Do you have a secret source that you love for affordable home decor?? Let me know!