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10 products under $100 that will give your home decor a serious upgrade

Maren Estrada

Home decor is so tricky. Unless you’re willing to really dig, you generally end up either buying very nice things that cost you a small fortune, or really cheap things that look like they’re worth about as much as you paid for them. There are a handful of popular stores that do bridge the gap — Ikea obviously comes to mind — be then you’re stuck with the same old furniture and home decor items that everyone else has. Is there really no way to make your home look high-end and unique without having to secure a home equity loan in order to afford everything?

Lucky for you, we’re here to help. We’ve scoured Amazon for high-quality items that look like stunning high-end pieces, but that each cost less than $100. Examples include a gorgeous CLAXY pendant light, the YAMAZAKI home Tower Fruit Bowl, the Umbra Loop Side Table in copper, and a large Repose Bua Planter. You’ll find all those and more below — don’t worry, you can thank us later.

CLAXY Ecopower Industrial Edison Vintage Style 1-Light Pendant Glass Hanging Light: $32.00
YAMAZAKI home Tower Fruit Bowl, White: $22.61
Umbra Loop Side Table, Copper: $72.00
Repose Bua Planter, Large: $52.63
Sagaform 5015337 Oil/Vinegar Bottles with Oak Stoppers, 2-Pack: $22.99
Sagaform Oval Oak Salt and Pepper Set 5017178: $28.84
Flensted Mobiles (Flynn Hempstead Mobile) Flynn Homestead Mobile Hutu la FSM-13-072 (japan impo…: $81.24
ShalinIndia Indian Copper Tableware For Ayurvedic Benefits Set Of 4 Glasses 1 Water Jug: $76.00
Value Saving Quality Canister Glass Round Jar with Tight Lids for Bathroom or Kitchen - Food St…: $32.99
Photive Sphere Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker with Built In Stand- Graphite: $49.95

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