7 Times Inexpensive Pieces Looked Great in High-End Interiors

7 Times Inexpensive Pieces Looked Great in High-End Interiors

Nancy Mitchell
Apr 2, 2015
(Image credit: Martin Sølyst for Bolig)

Because none of us here at Apartment Therapy are fabulously wealthy (I know, you're shocked) we love it when decorators mix inexpensive pieces into high-end interiors. It's just further proof that you don't have to have a lot of money to have a home that looks really great. Here are seven examples of fancy rooms with surprisingly affordable pieces.

Above: This stylish Scandinavian living room from Bolig (via Decor Demon) features an IKEA Stockholm rug, $199 (and Karlstad sofa, $899).

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The tables in this living room from Style at Home are West Elm's Hex Side Tables ($179). The tables come with an aluminum frame, but the homeowner used rub n' buff to refinish them to a burnished gold.

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This lovely bedroom from Popsugar features West Elm's Parsons mini desk, $299.

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The console in this hallway from Style at Home looks like CB2's Peekaboo Acrylic Console Table, $379.

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The eye-catching pendant in this elegant, minimal space, photographed by Krista Keltanen and spotted on Decor Dots, is Normann Copenhagen's Norm 69 light, which starts at $115.

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This elegant Australian home, spotted on Arch Daily, gets an extra dose of color from some IKEA cushions, $14 each.

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This stylish space from My Scandinavian Home includes a IKEA Hektar floor lamp, $69.99.

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