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Sometimes you just want to give your home a bit of a refresh — a chic new lamp here, some cool throw pillows over there, anything really to spruce up the joint is A-OK. The only problem: These little upgrades can add up to a pretty penny. That's why we're all about scoring super-stylish pieces for a fraction of the average price. Here are just a few of our favorite Walmart items to get you started. Happy decorating!
Use this glam tray to house perfume on your vanity or dress up an otherwise plain coffee table.
Featuring five open shelves, each with a safety-tempered glass surface, this modern bookcase adds a perfect pop of style to your living space. Trust us, your Harry Potter book collection will never look better.
Picasso meets Jonathan Adler — without the steep price tag. Did we mention the lampshade is velvet? You're welcome.
Channel your inner Gatsby.
Since you'll need some fancy drinkware to match your new bar cart.
Nothing says luxury like a good-looking chandelier. But this one only looks like you spent a fortune on it.
These modern vases work great as candleholders, flower vases, or succulent planters.
Here's your new living room BFF.
Elegance meets functionality.
Look luxe on a budget.
Just one of these thrown onto your console or entryway table will offer enough understated glam to pull together the whole space.
Even the word "sconce" alone sounds fancy. Ditch your nightstand table lamp in favor of this plug-in wall light and add a whole new level of sophistication to your bedroom.
Beautiful (and affordable) full-length mirrors aren't easy to come by. This piece's classic design makes the perfect addition to any living room, bedroom entryway, or bathroom and its under-$100 price point can't be beat.
Adria Valdes Greenhauff is a writer and editor based in Miami, Fla. She’s covered food, travel and lifestyle for numerous online publications including The Quench, The List, Vivala, Foodable, Recommend magazine and Miami New Times. She's also the host of the Better Food Stories podcast.