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The Best Cheap, But Expensive-Looking, Home Goods on Sale for Prime Day

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Prime Day 2018 is officially underway, which means that for the next 36 hours, you’re going to be hearing from us about a slew of Amazon sales, from appliances to women’s fashion (provided that you’re a member, of course, though a free 30-day trial is always available if you want to get in on the action). In the realm of home décor, we’re on the scene with some of the best cheap, yet expensive-looking, items to outfit your home. Check back here, where we’ll be updating this list as the deals roll in — but also be sure to check our Prime Day hub of the best deals, and follow us on Twitter for one-off deals and up-to-the-minute action.

A pale-pink duvet set — if you’ve been hunting for some affordable linen bedding for summer.

Here’s a Tulum-inspired throw with hand-tied, oversize tassels that would look nice slung over the arm of the couch.

Some modern lighting that isn’t actually cheap, cheap — but is quite a deal for this sleek, tripod lamp setup.

Round mirrors are very on-trend lately, and you can sweep up this metal one with spokes now that it’s 30 percent off.

A handsome leather swivel chair to gussy up your office space — that while not extremely cheap, is still affordable for what you’re getting.

A chunkier throw in contrasting colors that will be nice to cozy up under come fall.

$28 is a steal for these velvety couch pillows — in a popular shade of dusty pink, too.

A very handsome side-table lamp that would be right at home in a West Elm or CB2 catalogue.

An understated sisal rug that’s now 30 percent off.

If you’re still on the market for a lighter summer blanket, you’re in luck: This pick-stitched blanket is even cheaper now that it’s 30 percent off.

Okay, these might be more cheapish, but Rivet’s furniture sets so rarely go on sale, now’s the time to strike if you want to get a deal.

And a faux -fur throw in cream that looks extra luxurious for only $26 — it would be nice as a gift, too.

A sophisticated table lamp with a gilded pineapple base.

A countertop drying rack for baby bottles, pacifiers, and pumping supplies that’s disguised as a tiny patch of grass — it routinely shows up on baby registry lists.

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The Best Cheap, But Expensive-Looking, Amazon Décor on Sale