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39 Cheap (But Expensive-Looking) Bedroom Décor Accents

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The bedroom is arguably your most sanctified spot in the house, so you’ll want to invest in making it as comfortable and pleasing to the eye as possible. But that doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune in order to do so. To help you get your bedroom just so, we’ve rounded up plenty of affordable — but still expensive-looking — décor items, from futuristic alarm clocks to sleek lamps to cuddly throws. While all of the stuff is available at Amazon, we’ve found some of it elsewhere, too, for those who like to shop around. And if you’re looking to zhuzh other spaces, check out our roundups of the best décor for your kitchen, bathroom, and your entire apartment.

This charming vessel for storing matches will look a lot nicer than an old matchbox when placed next to your favorite candle.

If you’re bored with the Matisse print everyone has hanging in their bedroom, how about a set of Picasso (inspired) lamps?

That nighttime cup of tea deserves a proper coaster (and so does your nightstand). These silicone ones can be thrown in the dishwasher and won’t stick to the bottom of a sweaty glass.

For something with even more texture, how about a patterned, woven throw that looks like something you’d find at West Elm for three times the price.

Bedsure Fleece Blanket Throw
$13
$13

A plush throw blanket artfully draped over a chair just screams luxury.

Here’s a mid-century-modern-inspired chair that you can use at your vanity or desk — or as a more stylish place to throw your just-worn clothes (or the above blanket).

This vintage-y rug is the type of thing that can instantly pull a room together.

A simple full-length wall mirror that’s perfect for snapping fit pics. (It’s honestly hard to come by a mirror of this size for less than $100.)

$19

And one handsome tray for your handsome little things.

We’ve written about the life-changing magic of this $50 wall ladder. It’s basically like having an extra closet.

If the top of your dresser is empty, this large, circular catchall will add dimension — and some pizzazz.

This lamp is small enough to fit on a nightstand and its geometric, open design will keep your bedroom feeling light and airy.

You could add flowers, but we think this vase is pretty enough on its own to display on a shelf or dresser.

For something even more minimalist, a ceramic vase in a pretty pastel shade that’s the ideal shape for fresh-cut flowers and dried blooms alike.