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27 Cheap (But Expensive-Looking) Bedroom Décor Accents You Can Buy on Amazon

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We’ve explored the cheap-but-expensive-looking world of under-$20 home accents and bathroom décor. Now, we’ve taken on the bedroom, and set a price limit of $100. Here’s what we dug up.

Not only are these Paddywax candles lovely smelling, they’re sleek-looking too. (Here’s another not-too-pricey candle we love.)

This little orb gives off the glow of a lamp twice its size.

Man’s best friend is finally allowed up on the furniture.

Carved from rock salt, this lamp provides that sought-after rosy glow.

A stool, a side table, and a storage solution all in one.


This is a really, really cool nightstand clock we imagine you could find in Pee-wee’s Playhouse, or in a 1980s teen’s bedroom.

NeoJoy LED Night Light

A less classic lamp that’s meant for a baby’s nursery, but would look great perched on a grown-up’s bedroom bookcase.

If you don’t want to waste precious closet space with a hamper, this cotton-rope storage basket is handsome enough to keep out in public view.

What is more fabulous than the Supremes performing at Lincoln Center in 1965? (For more surprisingly nice posters you can find on Amazon, click here.)

No need to spend a zillion dollars getting it framed — use this oak-wood magnetic poster hanger instead.

We’ve written about the life-changing magic of this $60 wall hanger. It’s like having an extra closet.

An abstract, slightly vertigo-inducing leopard print tray for someone who currently just throws their keys on the counter.

Use it as a bedside rug or toss it over an easy chair — a sheepskin rug immediately gives a bedroom some hygge chic.

If you need something to put on your bedside table, might we suggest this extremely amazing lip-shaped ashtray.


A concrete-and-copper jewelry stand for making sure your necklaces don’t end up in a tangle.

This minimal, slightly industrial-looking floor lamp comes in four finishes (gold, brushed steel, matte white, and black) and looks like it costs many more dollars than it does.

This 400-thread-count duvet cover looks like something that’d go for several hundred dollars at Bloomingdale’s.

These simple wooden plant stands from Areaware would work for succulents as well as for candles.

While we’re on the subject of succulents, they would look great in this festive planter.

If you want a proper plant, might we suggest this bird-of-paradise.

For the acrylic fan with a substantial book collection — these are sturdy, subtle, and will go with anything.

Crane Personal Heater

This isn’t so much décor as it is a functional object that happens to not be hideous: a small space heater, for those cold winter nights.


It’s hard to get excited about a trash can, but we really dig this gray one from Umbra.