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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Wednesday's Cheap & Chic

We love to find a good deal on cute home accessories and furniture! If you have some good quality pieces, you can absolutely mix in some less expensive furniture, and no one will ever know! Of course you wouldn't furnish your whole room with Pier 1 or Overstock, but they really have some fab pieces that are fun and so affordable!
From Pier 1: (Unfortunately, they don't sell anything online, so check out your store. Even if they don't have what you're looking for, they can find items in other stores.)

We love the lines of this Mirrored Accent Table! It's very "Divine Design" without being too obnoxious. And at $100, the price is right!
How fun is this Pagoda Umbrella?! We'd never guess it was $169 at Pier 1. It's so much more Janus et Cie than Pier 1!
You know we just love bamboo, and this black lacquered coffee table is no exception! $160
How pretty would a pair of these paisley chairs be in a den in front of the fireplace? At $350 each, you can afford the pair!
We are in love with this white wicker elephant table. It will definitely be in a MoS nursery when that time comes! It would also look great in a sunroom! $100
This bamboo chair is just the perfect occasional chair! It would look fab at your desk, and it's the perfect size to add to the room or pull up to the dining room table when you have company! $130
From Overstock (where shipping is $2.95, even on furniture- crazy!):
This Mira Striped Armchair is cute for a light and summery room! Only $280, and there is a matching ottoman you can purchase as well.
This Stacked Cubes Crystal Lamp is a nice alternative to the stacked crystal ball lamps you see everywhere (including in a MoS house). $104
Is it just us, or are the shades crooked on these lamps? Regardless, we could see this pair of red gourd lamps on each end of your sofa table in the den. $100 for the set of 2! Such a great price that you can afford to replace the shades with some longer ones that cover more of the lamp's hardware.
This pretty green glass lamp would be lovely on a desk or in a bedroom! And only $55!
Isn't this Drexel Heritage Belle Maison chair such a pretty occasional chair? It looks like it's from a fancy antique shop or somewhere like Scully & Scully. We'd never guess it was from Overstock! $300
And if you aren't completely tired of clear crystal lamps, this Rectangular Column Lamp is pretty and would look great in any room! $135 We are obsessed with this gorgeous inlaid wood cocktail table. The top folds out to twice this size, so it is perfect for entertaining! $274
What a fun little Butler's Tray for that random empty corner of your den? We add some pretty crystal decanters and silver barware, and your guests will swear it's an antique! $259 (and the retail is over $2,100!!)
This Belvoir Butler Table is adorable and would be cute in any room! $100
Overstock has some great lucite pieces like this Alec Acrylic Stool. $100
This black hand-painted chest is just beautiful!! Perfect in an entryway, a bedroom, or a living room. $578

Overstock definitely trumps Smartbargains in terms of the furniture selection, but we love this Natures Wonder Grey Wood Bookcase for $249! Doesn't it look expensive? The arch details on the side are interesting without being overcomplicated, and the fab grey color is so different than the usual blah browns and whites you normally see with inexpensive furniture.


Paging Iomoi! We love the coral pattern on this Jaipur Essential Orange and Grey Hand Hooked Rug. Comes in a variety of sizes, with a 3 x 5 starting at $149. 
No matter what your taste and style, we think it adds interest (and is kind on your bank account) to incorporate some fun, inexpensive pieces into your room!

2 comments:

goheels83 said...

Cute stuff girls! The white elephant from Pier 1 is so adorable.

Betsy said...

Wow--great bargains! I am very tempted to do some online shopping/browsing. Great ideas--thanks, ladies!

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