While it’s easy to get caught up in the latest Architectural Digest or Traditional Home magazine, it’s not always the most affordable. Sure, they have some really beautiful homes, but at what price did they pay to get them? If your money tree has been under producing this season, check out a few of my favorite sources for this season’s latest trends.
They are EVERYWHERE in design and I am loving this trend. You can find these for well over one thousand dollars per chair, or you can shop a few different color ways at Ballard Designs for much less.
I find rugs to be one of the hardest things to save on because good quality rugs are hard to find at a low price point. However, I’ll let you in on my secret source - Revival Rugs.
Antique wicker chairs go for a lot on some popular websites, however Mainly Baskets has you covered when it comes to looking for a good price and custom colors!
I have come across the most beautiful bone inlay mirrors, but at a cost! Nothing beats the prices I have found for them on Wayfair.
Whether you’re looking to bring some interest into your breakfast space, or creating a killer outdoor dining space, Serena and Lily has got your back.
A real hit in the 1950’s, and arguably an even bigger hit now. It may not be a true Saarinen table, but you can buy an affordable one today at CB2.
I will always stand by the fact that custom curtains are a must, and so I bring you Loom Decor. They will customize the length, width and top style in any fabric from their website.
They may not be vintage, but One Kings Lane has fabulous ones to choose from. Great for when you want to create a grouping of them for impact, without having to break the bank.
Campaign makes great pillows that are reasonably priced and include the inserts!
People often forget how expensive lighting can be, and they don’t leave enough in the budget for it. That’s when Shades of Light comes in handy. They offer great quality pieces at very reasonable price points.