3. One Kings Lane: The king of of decor flash sale sites, this one specializes in amazing vintage finds, too.
Instead of tossing that random roll of wallpaper, use it to give your window treatments some color. Designer Zim Loy used Pierre Frey’s Espalier to wallpaper the vinyl shades in her guest bedroom, but to speed up the project, use stick-on paper.
Soft colors give this Savanah, Georgia kitchen, designed by Mary Jo Bochner, a calming presence, which allows accessories to stand out. Reorganize your bookshelf by color to add a pop in the corner of your room.
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9. MoMA Store: A no-brainer for interesting and artful gifts crafted by notable design stars.
33. CB2: As Crate and Barrel’s hip little sister, this store has everything you’ll need for a modern home or apartment.
17. Target: Some of our favorite home designers have affordable and on-trend collections at this big-box store.
10. H&M Home: Yup, this inexpensive fashion retailer sells awesome home pieces online.
42. Apt 2B: This LA-based site has a startup feel, but the curators definitely have an eye for style.
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36. Home Decorators Collection: These shockingly affordable pieces are perfect for an apartment or starter home.
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To replicate the light, bright and airy look in designer Zim Loy’s Kansas City home, you’ll need lots of white paint. She bought an old $60 table at an estate sale and gave it a fresh new look by the painting the base high-gloss white.
Shop a similar look: sofa cover ($21, amazon.com), chair cover ($30, amazon.com)
16. Pier1: For inexpensive pillows, candles, and tabletop goods with a worldly vibe, we always head here.
20. Room & Board: Known for the well-made sofas and seating, this store has everything you need for a modern home.
Designer Ken Fulk keeps the bedding playful in the bedroom of his Massachusetts vacation house. “The mix-and-match nature of the patterns and faded batik prints make it feel like it’s a collection of old textiles brought back from a journey at sea,” he says.
21. Urban Outfitters: You’d be surprised at the cool furniture, bedding and more you’ll find at this hipster haunt. And it’s surprisingly affordable!
15. Circa Lighting: This Southern company has curated the most beautiful pendants, sconces, chandeliers and more.
40. Blu Dot: It’s pricey but well worth the cost for high-end, modern designs.
Designer Betsy Burnham picked out Turkish runners from Rugs & Art to add instant style to this California home’s hallway. The floor coverings also draw eyes to a Moroccan-inspired reading nook.
Shop a similar look: vase ($80, jossandmain.com), charger plate ($72, jossandmain.com)
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28. Design Within Reach: This shop sells reproductions of classic Midcentury designs plus other modern items (although anything here will be a bit of a splurge).
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6. My Habit: Created by Amazon, this flash sale site has great deals.
39. AllModern: Exactly what it sounds like, this site is perfect for those who want a home that rivals Don Draper’s.
Shop a similar look: orange pillow ($22, jossandmain.com), orange tray ($30, crateandbarrel.com), orange paint ($30 per gallon, homedepot.com)
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38. Schoolhouse Electric: This is a great source for affordable pendants and more, in a ton of colors with a funky retro look.
41. Serena & Lily: With a sweet aesthetic and adorable kids’ stuff, this is the place to find pretty lighting, bedding and more.
In this case, designer Gideon Mendelson added a bright yellow throw and fresh flowers to flip an otherwise tame, blue-and-white color scheme on its head.
18. Zara Home: It’s another fast-fashion shop that sells housewares online. Head here for trendy bedding, tableware and accessories.
Designer Alex Hitz admits the huge portrait of his close friend (the late Nan Kempner) is a bit “ridiculous,” but fun. This placement adds interesting texture when in a spot you don’t usually see paintings hanging.
For the entrance hall of this Pennsylvania farmhouse, designer Jeffrey Bilhuber opted for a curtain instead of a door. The deep yellow fabric pops agains the regal blue wall color and adds rich texture to the space.
34. HauteLook: This flash sale website has a surprising selection of small accent furniture and accessories for low prices.
19. Pieces: This Atlanta boutique with unique finds is accessible to everyone, thanks to an easy-to-shop site.
1. Ballard Designs: Although this line has a traditional feel, there’s something for everyone. And you can choose between hundreds of fab fabrics for upholstered pieces.
In the living room of an Atlanta house by designer Beth Webb, an elm plank table from Clubcu doubles as a dining table and a display for a collection of Chinese porcelains. “The pieces don’t have to match, but they do have to play together well,” she says.
Shop a similar look: yellow pillow ($7, amazon.com), yellow throw blanket ($36, amazon.com)
We’re always advocates for checking out big purchases in person, because there’s nothing worse than ordering a sofa online only to find it’s stiff as a board on arrival. However, shopping the interwebs for home decor is an easy alternative to hitting up crowded stores. And with so many amazing sources for stylish and affordable goods at your fingertips, it’s almost scary how fast you could decorate your entire home.
For years, white has been unchallenged as the top color in the kitchen, from paint to cabinetry to tile. But a Zillow Digs forecast — based on the most popular photos of the one million on the site, as well as designer input — revealed that 2015 is the year navy inches toward the top spot.
The site’s design expert, Kerrie Kelly, considers navy’s popularity an indicator of the next big thing in years to come: the black kitchen.
Designer Kelie Grosso opted for open shelving in this kitchen, which allows for fast and easy decor changes. Blue accents stand out against a neutral palette.
Shop a similar look: blue drinking glasses ($43 for 4, amazon.com), white dishes ($28 for 4, amazon.com)
Shop a similar look: high-gloss white paint ($11, amazon.com)
31. Overstock: A go-to source for everything under the sun, we’ll check here first for great basics like bedding and lighting.
26. Wayfair: Looking to shop for everything, all at once? Try here for the largest assortment of brands and products.
35. Thrive: This handcrafted, midcentury furniture is pricey, but the value is evident.
5. Anthropologie: The fashion retailer also has quirky kitchen gadgets, bedding, accessories and furniture — but prices can be steep.
2. Jonathan Adler: This cheeky potter has expanded to colorful furniture, lighting, accessories and even fashion — and it’s all available online.
8. 1st Dibs: A designer’s secret source for vintage and antiques for the home.
Before this red and white patterned tablecloth hit the table, this room was quite traditional. But with designer T. Keller Donovan’s touch, it becomes an eclectic room with tons of personality. (And fun fact: That tablecloth matches the custom Thibaut furnishings in the adjacent sitting area.)
14. JCPenney: Yes, this department store’s been around forever, but their housewares are pretty amazing.
This bathroom is so small that designer Krista Ewart knew it would be too much to cover the entire room — but a small section of Albert Hadley paper makes a statement and is much faster from start to finish.
Designer Zim Loy discovered Hackerware on eBay: “There’s tons of it, and it’s so cheap!” She started collecting it for her dining room, then covered the whole wall with plates to create the same effect as one big piece of art.
What you’ll need: painter’s tape ($6, amazon.com), paint brush ($4, amazon.com)
7. Gilt Home: Get deals from hot designers and items curated from some of the best.
22. John Derian: Well know for his decoupaged dishes, this NYC staple’s online shop has one-of-a-kind items from a group of interesting artists and designers.
Shop a similar look: John Robshaw bedding ($30 and up, amazon.com)
13. Poppin: It’s the go-to source for brightly-colored desk accessories and organizational gear for a stylish office.
Half of the wall means half of the time, right? Here, gray creeps up to the middle, while the rest remains white, creating a subtle, yet super stylish, statement.
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37. 2 Modern: This wide range of stylish designs has a clean-lined aesthetic.
24. Joss & Main: This flash sale site often hooks up with current celebs and style mavens to curate housewares.
30. West Elm: Always on trend, this shop under the Williams-Sonoma brand has an earthy, vintage look. Look out for great sales.
11. DwellStudio: Furniture, rugs and more with a chic midcentury vibe and cool prints.
“Floating furniture away from the walls creates more intimate seating,” Burnham says. That means all you have to do is shift your furnishings a few inches to totally transform the vibe in a room — as seen in this California home.
A little wallpaper, paint, or a few colorful accents can make such a big difference in your home. You can tackle each of these ideas in one day, even though the results will look like it took so much longer to pull off.
Can you imagine how simple this bathroom looked before it had a bright blue floor? The quick change by designer Kari McCabe allows the tub to take center stage and makes us want to soak in there all day long.
Just because the back of these shelves are tucked into the walls, doesn’t mean they can’t make a dramatic difference when painted a bold orange (which designer Kay Douglass knew all too well).
The guest bath in Fulk’s vacation home feels authentic to the period of the house, but also clean and modern. However, a vintage barrel adds a ton of personality in the space.
27. Canvas: With a natural palette and rustic aesthetic, this site has it all, from bedding to furniture to great gifts.
“Everything in this room has a story,” designer Podge Bune says of her Hamptons living room. “The easy chair is covered in my old dining room curtains, a Designers Guild fabric they no longer make.” An easier way to achieve this: Buy a slipcover!
29. Crate And Barrel: For classic furnishings with modern lines, you really can’t go wrong with anything from C&B.
32. World Market: It’s a huge selection of furniture and accessories with incredibly low price points.
12. Horchow: We love browsing Neiman Marcus’ decor site for designer furnishings, but we wait for their friends-and-family sales to pounce.
To switch up a room’s vibe, designer Ashley Whittaker recommends replacing one piece of furniture in an otherwise totally traditional living room with something super modern (it can be from another room in your home) — like this acrylic coffee table.
Shop a similar look: wallpaper (contact for prices, donghia.com), towels ($10 and more, pbteen.com)
Jonathan Scott, home design expert and brand ambassador for Stearns & Foster, recommends owning two sheet and comforter sets, so you can swap them out by the season. “In winter, you want warm and inviting bedding, like faux fur and bulky blankets,” he says.
23. Z Gallerie: Head to this online shop for posh and glamorous looking decor.
Swap out your formal chairs (in this case, bright blue and green ones) for a few rustic metal ones. Designer Ramsay Gourd did this to create a more casual atmosphere in the dining room.