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.)

Stoneware Pitcher
credit: H&M

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

Palm Tree Gold Taper Candle Holder
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Palm Taper Candle Holder
credit: Target

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.

Geometric Mirror
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Lacquered Wooden Mirror With Raised Geometric Design
credit: Zara Home

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

Rivet Eclipse 5-Globe Brass Pendant Chandelier
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Sure, the arrangement of the globes is a little off, but for a savings of $2,116, we think you can deal.

Christian Lacroix Graphic Stripes Tea Cup & Saucer
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Bombay Duck China Stripy Teacup and Saucer
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The dupe even has a little heart inside!

3-pack wooden bowls
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By our calculation, three is better than one, no matter what kind of wood is used.

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

Origami End Table,
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Golden octagonal Table
credit: Zara Home

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

Kartell Cindy Table Lamp
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Ore International Touch Sensor Luster Table Lamp
credit: Target

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

Sara Nachlis

Sara Nachlis

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?