Amazon Finds: 24 Affordable Dupes for High-Design Decor and Furniture

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While you might think of Amazon mostly when it's time to stock up on household products (Subscribe & Save, anyone?), turns out, you can also score great-looking furniture and home decor there on a budget. It's true: Amazon has a ton of high-design home products that look really expensive (but actually aren't). Eames knock-off chairs? You betcha. Chic vases and rugs by Jonathan Adler? It's got them. There are even dupes — like platform beds, lamps, and throw pillows — to mimic Urban Outfitters and CB2 style, but at friendlier price-points.

Here, the best high-design decor and furniture on Amazon with prices that won't make you cringe:

1. Dikoaina Mongolian Faux Fur Pillow Cover, $9.99

The long hair and creamy color give this soft, plush pillow an authentic look. Use it as an accent on your bed or couch — no one will ever know it cost less than $10.

2. Atlin Designs Queen Platform Bed, $288.83

Urban Outfitters vibes at an under-$300 price tag, this platform bed boasts clean lines and a beautiful natural maple finish that feels right at home in any space.

3. Anding White Ceramic Vase, $21.89

Whether you fill it with greenery or display it as is as a decorative piece, this elegant vase adds a modern touch to your coffee or entryway table.

4. Now House by Jonathan Adler Wink Collection Area Rug, $170

Designer Jonathan Adler partnered with Amazon to create a luxury home collection that's surprisingly affordable, including this super cute wool area rug.

5. BOKT Mid Century Modern Wall Sconce, $79.58

The globe shapes and curved design of this sconce bring midcentury flair to your bedroom or living room without breaking the bank.

6. Lily's Home Bedside Water Carafe with Tumbler Glass, $18.99

Place this sleek carafe on the nightstand in your guest bedroom so friends don't have to stumble to the kitchen in the middle of the night for a sip of water.

7. Face Two Face 3-Piece Duvet Cover, $59.99

This hypoallergenic bedding set — complete with a duvet cover and two shams — is made of breathable cotton to keep you cool and comfortable all night long.

8. Cassiel Home Round Pintuck Throw Pillow, $30

Refresh an armchair or your couch with one of these gorgeous, textured throw pillows. While they play nicely with vintage pieces, they also look great in a global or bohemian setting.

9. Foxley Blue Velvet Sofa, $899

This glamorous sofa looks like a total splurge, thanks to its midcentury design, tufted velvet back, and sturdy wood frame. Choose from jewel blue or millennial pink to add a pop of color to your space.

10. Rasoo Walnut Color Long Coffee Table with Triangle Shape, $69

It might not be real walnut, but it certainly looks like it is. This minimal coffee table easily accommodates a small city-dwelling living room and is still big enough to gather around.

11. GreenForest Velvet Accent Chairs, $140 for set of 2

We're obsessing over these modern, statement-making chairs in rose, cactus, or grey. They offer comfort and style and work well as dining chairs or as accent chairs in your living room.

12. Rivet Dome-Shaped Table Lamp, $60

Believe it or not, Mandy Moore has this exact lamp in her office, and it's obvious why — the modern mushroom shade and on-trend light pink matte color are just so cute.

13. Nuloom Moroccan Blythe Area Rug, $149.89 for 8x10

It's tough finding a good-looking area rug at a reasonable price. This Moroccan-inspired rug is easy to clean, doesn't shed, and can stand up to high-traffic areas. Plus, its neutral colors complement any existing decor.

14. Mkono Mid-Century Plant Stand, $23

Midcentury plant stands can cost a small fortune — but not in this case. Scoop this stand up for less than $25, and customize the size and wood finish to accommodate whatever pot you want to use in it.

15. Woven Nook Decorative Throw Pillows Set of 4, $39.95

CB2 style at an Amazon price-point, this trendy throw pillow set (yep, it comes with four!) will be at home on your living room sofa or in your kitchen dining nook.

16. Honbay Covertible Sectional Sofa, $319.99

As Amazon's number-one seller in "sofas and couches," this sofa is a no-brainer. The midcentury modern linen fabric gives it a sophisticated feel, while the chaise lounge can be positioned on either side.

17. Sagaform Wine Carafe with Oak Stopper, $38.99

This delicate carafe looks chic on a credenza or bar cart, and also makes a beautiful hostess or housewarming gift for wine enthusiasts.

18. Crosley Furniture Landon Buffet, $376.98

Buffets and media cabinets are famous for being expensive, but this midcentury-inspired piece — with its rich mahogany color and gold hardware — is a total steal.

19. Beauty4U Large Circle Metal Frame Mirror, from $42.99

Hang this stunning circular mirror over your entryway table, vanity, or bathroom sink for a modern touch.

20. Rivet Industrial Mid-Century Modern Hairpin Dining Table, $514.93

The sprawling wood top and black hairpin legs make this table roomy enough for dinner parties but also functional enough to use as a desk. Bonus: It's an affordable dupe for a very similar table at CB2.

21. Ling's Moment Wood Candle Holders, $25.99 for set of 3

No matter your aesthetic — farmhouse, modern, midcentury, or Scandinavian — these candle holders will blend seamlessly with the rest of your decor. Line them up on the mantle to bring warmth into your space.

22. Furmax Pre-Assembled Modern Style Dining Chair, $86.99 for set of 4

Score the midcentury look for less, thanks to Amazon's solid Eames chair knock-offs. While each designer chair would typically go for over $500, you can snap up a set of four for a fraction of the price.

23. Anolon White Marble/Teak Wood Serving Board, $31.99

Up your hostessing game with this chic charcuterie board. Not sure where to start? Just follow our easy guide to creating the perfectly balanced party tray.

24. 5mm Paper Round Beech Wood Wall Hook, $18.90

This Scandinavian-inspired wall hook looks like a handmade treasure you'd find on an Etsy shop. Group a few in your entryway to organize bags, scarves, and hats.

Susan Brickell is a New York-based writer and editor obsessed with cozy jungalow spaces, chic athleisure, and the newest skincare trends.

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