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We’ve explored the cheap-but-expensive-looking world of under-$20 home accents and bathroom décor. Now, we’ve taken on the bedroom, and set a price limit of $100. Here’s what we dug up.
Not only are these Paddywax candles lovely smelling, they’re sleek-looking too. (Here’s another not-too-pricey candle we love.)
Man’s best friend is finally allowed up on the furniture.
Carved from rock salt, this lamp provides that sought-after rosy glow.
A stool, a side table, and a storage solution all in one.
This is a really, really cool nightstand clock we imagine you could find in Pee-wee’s Playhouse, or in a 1980s teen’s bedroom.
A classic pale-gray ceramic bedside lamp with a soft linen shade.
A less classic lamp that’s meant for a baby’s nursery, but would look great perched on a grown-up’s bedroom bookcase.
No need to spend a zillion dollars getting it framed — use this oak-wood magnetic poster hanger instead.
We’ve written about the life-changing magic of this $60 wall hanger. It’s like having an extra closet.
Use it as a bedside rug or toss it over an easy chair — a sheepskin rug immediately gives a bedroom some hygge chic.
If you need something to put on your bedside table, might we suggest this extremely amazing lip-shaped ashtray.
A concrete-and-copper jewelry stand for making sure your necklaces don’t end up in a tangle.
This minimal, slightly industrial-looking floor lamp comes in four finishes (gold, brushed steel, matte white, and black) and looks like it costs many more dollars than it does.
This 400-thread-count duvet cover looks like something that’d go for several hundred dollars at Bloomingdale’s.
If you want a proper plant, might we suggest this bird-of-paradise.
For the acrylic fan with a substantial book collection — these are sturdy, subtle, and will go with anything.
This isn’t so much décor as it is a functional object that happens to not be hideous: a small space heater, for those cold winter nights.
We like the dainty little legs on this floor mirror.
It’s hard to get excited about a trash can, but we really dig this black one from Umbra.
An all-purpose white shelf that looks just like an Ikea Kallax — but is even cheaper.
A minimalist ceramic vase in a pretty pastel shade that’s an ideal shape for fresh cut flowers and dried blooms alike.
This dip-dyed rug is made from cotton canvas and looks much more expensive than it is.
A standing rattan planter that would make a perfect home for your birds-of-paradise or fiddle-leaf fig.
If you prefer smaller plants, consider this trio of concrete planters, which are ideal for small succulents, or even herbs.
A circle mirror goes well with just about any décor style, and at a little over 19 inches wide, this one won’t take up too much real estate on your wall.
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