Designer decor for a steal
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Designer Deals1 of 9
By Andie Huber
Shopping at designer stores doesn't have to mean spending a ton of money. We browsed some of our favorite high-end destinations and uncovered stylish pieces, starting at just $8. Ready, set, shop!
Bright Idea2 of 9
Design Public carries top brands that cost top dollar—think Dwell Studio, Oeuf and Vitra. But this acrylic lamp, designed by Peter Stathis, will add the right amount of modern edge to your decor—without the high price tag.
SHOP NOW: Design Public Pablo Tube top table lamp, $120
Mug Shot3 of 9
Kate Spade Saturday, a brand synonymous with preppy living, created a cup of joe with a jolt of color—all for less than your two-latté-a-day habit.
SHOP NOW: Saturday Pick-Up Sticks mug, $10
Have a Seat4 of 9
The Salt Chair, a modern take on the Shaker-style dining chair, is an inexpensive find from the usually pricey Design Within Reach. Available in black (as well as gray, white and red for an extra $10), this slim side chair can tuck into the smallest of spaces.
SHOP NOW: Design Within Reach Salt Chair, $99
Lap of Luxury5 of 9
A set of four napkins in shades of cool blues and hot reds will liven up your al fresco dining this summer. They're a steal from Anthropologie, a high-end retailer known for vintage-inspired pieces with a bohemian twist (another set of napkins at Anthropologie retail for $78).
SHOP NOW: Anthropologie Cartan napkin set, $8 (set of four)
Run Away6 of 9
Globe-trotting textile designer John Robshaw has become known for his worldly prints. While his rugs can cost up to $295, this screen-printed runner is a fraction of that. Inspired by Indian dhurrie rugs, the narrow rug covering will add some bohemian flair to your basic hallway.
SHOP NOW: John Robshaw Totem printed dhurrie (runner), $170
Mobile Home7 of 9
Modern mobiles, made famous by Alexander Calder, can cost a pretty penny—this one, however, from midcentury shop YLiving—is refreshingly affordable. Hang it in the foyer for a dramatic welcome or near a window for the "saucers" to catch the breeze.
SHOP NOW: YLiving Flying Saucer mobile, $72
I Heart You8 of 9
Lay your heart on your couch, not your sleeve, with this gray felt pillow, available from Zinc Door, a decorating website that carries brands like Jonathan Adler and Arteriors. Pair this piece with a bright pillow on the sofa to balance the sweet heart or use it as an accent on your bed.
SHOP NOW: Zinc Door Spell it Out heart pillow, $48
Tray Chic9 of 9
Serena & Lily, the go-to source for an elegant nursery and living room, has poppy trays in shades of blue, orange and red. The stylish catchalls offer lots of uses: holding food and drinks at a party, corralling letters and keys in the foyer or acting as an impromptu table on a soft surface.
SHOP NOW: Montauk birch tray, $28 (small)
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