7 Secret Places to Shop for Affordable Boho Decor (That Aren't Anthro)

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From cozy rugs to cream-colored macramé wall hangings, our favorite boho pieces offer quaintness with a touch of artistry. It's an aesthetic meant to bring about peace, tranquility, and comfort — but, unfortunately, there's often nothing comforting or tranquil about the price.

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While stores like Anthropologie offer terrific boho design inspo, the look can often be quite expensive to replicate using the retailer's products. With this in mind, we're rounding up the best affordable places — some that might not always come to mind when you think "bohemian" — to make your boho-chic interior design dreams come to life. Scroll down to see a few of our favorites.

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If you're looking for rattan, Kirkland's has a number of affordable pieces. The light-colored natural material brightens up any room, and most of the company's offerings — from bar carts to chandeliers — fall under $200. Plus, the brand is almost always running a sitewide sale.

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Our pick​: Kirkland's Home Round Double Frame Rattan Mirror, $199.99

For affordable macramé that's still meticulously crafted, there's no better place than World Market. Where many places charge hundreds for macramé baskets and wall hangings, you can pick up something nearly identical here for a fraction of the price. And if you're a plant parent, you'll find a selection of hanging planters that give your growing Pothos a cute home.

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Our pick​: World Market Ivory And Orange Kaleidoscope Macrame Wall Hanging, $99.99

Buying boho throw pillows, blankets, wallpaper, and art is a fairly simple and inexpensive way to jazz up a budget space — and for all of these accessories, Society6 is our favorite one-stop-shop. You can choose between something muted and minimalist or something a tad bit more playful.

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Our pick:Apollo Prints Sun #3 Terracotta Throw Blanket, $65

4. Etsy

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Etsy is a great place to turn for the style that leans homemade. Here you can sort through thousands of artists' work — from posters to furniture — to find one-of-a-kind pieces that match your design dreams. BohoLightsLT offers homemade fringe chandeliers that cost a fraction of what large retail stores might charge, and you're buying directly from the source (because getting to shop small is always a nice bonus).

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Our pick​: BohoLightsLT Boho Fringe Chandelier, $99.57-$113.30

5. Target

If you're looking for boho on a budget, Target's home design brand Opalhouse is a great place to start. The collab with Justina Blakely of Jungalow is bright, stylish, and undeniably cool. Plus, pieces in this collection are a steal for quality, boho-modern furniture. There are also plenty of products to choose from, meaning you can decorate your entire space in pieces that are eclectic but still cohesive.

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Our pick​: Opalhouse Designed With Jungalow Maddalena Mushroom Stool, $100

The perfect boho-chic home is often decorated in muted colors and dried flora (they go with every home and last longer than fresh). To create your various floral arrangements, head to Afloral, where you can choose between a huge selection of dried flowers in a number of shapes, colors, and sizes. Pampas perfectly fill a vase while lavender bundles add a slight touch of color and incredible scent. Get creative and opt for a DIY botanical wall hanging.

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Our pick​: Afloral Petite Pink Dried Floral Hoop Styling Kit, $36

We like to think of Urban as Anthro's slightly more affordable little sister. While the clothing options may be reserved for Gen Z, the array of home picks are timeless. They've got geometric candles that are almost too pretty to light, ceramic taper candle holders that would dress up a dinner party instantly, and mirror-shelf hybrids we could see in an entryway or bathroom.

Our pick​: Vase-Shaped Taper Candle Holder, from $12

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