9 Fast Fashion Dupes for High-End Decor

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Like everyone, we have our "dream home" Pinterest board — you know, the one filled with everything you're going to buy when you win the Powerball. Problem is: For some reason, we still have not yet won the Powerball.

Thankfully, there are a lot of home decor items that, ahem, borrow from the big brands — so finding a dupe for something really pricey is definitely possible. Check out these nine fast fashion dupes that will help tide you over until you win the lottery. (It's gonna happen.)

Splurge: Farmhouse Pottery Countryman Pitcher, $165

Dupe: H&M Stoneware Pitcher, $17.99

Stoneware brings farmhouse style to any setting. And with H&M's version, that setting can be a tiny apartment you can barely afford.

Splurge: CB2 Palm Tree Gold Taper Candle Holder, $49.95

Dupe: Target Palm Taper Candle Holder, $14.99

You'll save so much on these palm tree candle holders that you might actually be able to afford to visit some real palm trees.

Splurge: Neiman Marcus Geometric Mirror, $350

Dupe: Zara Home Lacquered Wooden Mirror With Raised Geometric Design, $99.90

We all know geometric lacquered wood is chic — but now we know it can be chic on a budget.

Splurge: Jonathan Adler Rio Multi-Arm Chandelier, $2,285

Dupe: Rivet Eclipse 5-Globe Brass Pendant Chandelier, $169

Sure, the arrangement of the globes is a little off, but for a savings of $2,116, we think you can deal.

Splurge: Christian Lacroix Graphic Stripes Tea Cup and Saucer ( 4 ), $700

Dupe: Asos Bombay Duck China Stripy Tea Cup and Saucer, $29 each

The dupe even has a little heart inside!

Splurge: Williams-Sonoma Olivewood Salad Bowl, $199.95

Dupe: H&M Home Three-Pack Wooden Bowls, $17.99

By our calculation, three is better than one, no matter what kind of wood is used.

Splurge: Luisa Beccaria Water Glass ( set of 2 ), $220

Dupe: The Pioneer Woman Luster Green Pearlized Goblets ( set of 4 ), $19.68

You can throw a much nicer (and larger) dinner party with the money you save buying The Pioneer Woman's goblets.

Splurge: Origami End Table, $499

Dupe: Zara Home Golden Octagonal Table, $249

The base is a little different, but the big octagonal style is same — and for half the price.

Splurge: Kartell Cindy Table Lamp, $330

Dupe: Ore International Touch Sensor Luster Table Lamp, $51.99

Fact: A pop of color on a side table makes more of a statement when it's hundreds of dollars less.


Sara Nachlis is a multimedia writer and editor living in Los Angeles by way of Long Beach, CA. Did you know Sublime is from there?

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