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One of the best thrills in life is sourcing a purchase so good, from a place so unexpected, that it causes people to declare you a genius. That's why it can seriously be worth your time to sort through Walmart's massive home offerings, because there are some real gems in there — think art deco-inspired accents, dupes for Scandinavian design, and affordable glam furniture. Since we're clearly obsessed, we've compiled a list of Walmart's current offerings that definitely feel like high-design finds.
We could easily see this accent chair casually gracing an annoyingly perfect corner of a Stockholm apartment.
These punchy blue vases feel like they were plucked from a midcentury time capsule.
Yes, you could find an original Josef Albers painting, but then you'd be out $10,000.
This elegant navy velvet bench is inspiring us to create an art deco-inspired ladies lounge.
If you told us this floor lamp was an original from the 1970s, we'd probably believe you.
Not cheap, but tbh, if you found a true vintage, art deco version of this table, you'd be paying double.
"Oh, which cool Brooklyn home store did you get this at?" — Your BFF
Pretty sure we spotted something similar to this at last year's Stockholm Furniture Fair.
This lamp is pretty blatantly inspired by a classic piece by a renowned Swedish designer.
This substantial end table combines a glam base with a top that feels hand-worked.
A pottery relic from the 1960s ... or Walmart find?
Here's another piece that feels like it could be from the '60s or '70s ... from a distance.
Bring some sleek, minimalist design to your organization game.
Fool all your friends with this "Wishbone" chair.
Where midcentury meets contemporary.
There are similar versions of this modern stool out there ... for three times the price.
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