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10/08/2014 10:09 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Decorate Your Home Without Breaking The Bank

When it comes to decorating a home, there are times to save and times to splurge. But it's nice to strike a balance every now and then, which is exactly why we rounded up the brands that have the designer aesthetic without the crazy price tag. Check out the alternatives below now, and have your wallet thank us later.

If you like Jonathan Adler, you'll love Dot & Bo.

Both brands perfectly nail the mid-century modern aesthetic that's complimented by bold, beautiful colors.
jonathan adler

If you like CB2, you'll love IKEA.

The look found in the hipper sister store to Crate & Barrel can easily be mimicked by a selection of the minimalist pieces found in every IKEA.
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If you like Anthropologie, you'll love Urban Outfitters.

While Urban Outfitters takes a slightly edgier approach to its accents, the trendy, bohemian vibe is pretty consistent across retailers (which isn't entirely surprising since the retailers share the same parent company).
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If you like Restoration Hardware, you'll love Zara Home.

Discover the clean blend of modern design with tasteful, rustic touches at either place.
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If you like Crate & Barrel, you'll love Target.

The same classic lines and modern furnishings of the former have made their way into the products of the latter, especially when it comes to the Threshold collection.
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If you like West Elm, you'll love H&M.

That earthy, vintage look with modern lines and a moody color palette? These definitely make the cut.
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If you like Blu Dot, you'll love All Modern.

Either option will give the "Mad Men" set a run for its money, though the second is a less pricey alternative to the high-end brand.
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