1. H&M isn't just for the latest fashion trends; check out their home section for decor that only ~looks~ expensive.
2. Amazon carries thousands and thousands of pieces of furniture and decor with tons of reviews so you can sort out the best bargains.
3. Check out ModCloth for fun accents that actually show your personality.
4. You shouldn't ~discount~ Nordstrom Rack — they've got department store–quality items at outlet prices.
5. Rue La La posts new sales and deals on furniture, decor, and more every 👏 single 👏 day.
They're curated into boutiques (like "Cozy Quilts and Throws," "Mid-Century Modern," and "Mediterranean Style") to make maintaining your home's style a breeze.
Prices: Decor starts at $19.99.
Shipping: Flat rate of $9.95 on most orders, then free shipping on every order within 30 days of your previous order.
6. Stand out with an accent piece or two from Uncommon Goods.
7. ThinkGeek has got your fandom covered; it can transform your space into Hogwarts, Middle-earth, the TARDIS, and more.
8. Use Spring to sort through hundreds of brands and items — all with free shipping.
10. Lexmod offers sleek mid-century modern and contemporary styles that don't cost a fortune – check out their weekly deals for even more bargains.
11. British company I Want One Of Those supplies a wide selection of home goods that range from cute to cozy to geeky.
12. Dormify carries adorable home goods that are great for college students AND long-ago grads alike.
13. Target carries legitimately stylish home decor at the price point you know and love.
14. Wayfair is the ~way~ to go if you're decorating on a budget.
15. Typo (Cotton On's lifestyle brand) stocks cool-looking home goods with a sense of humor.
16. Etsy compiles tons and tons of local artisans and boutiques so you can find the coolest goods.
Prices: Home and living products start at $.20.
Shipping: Costs vary per seller.
17. Stop by Urban Outfitters for classic-looking furniture and whimsical home decor.
18. Travel the globe from the comfort of your own chair by browsing World Market's selection.
19. The Land of Nod is technically meant for kids, but most of the things are totally great for your grown-up apartment.
20. Shop Century 21 for deep discounts on designer-label home goods.
21. Fab makes unique design and products accessible to everyone.
They separate sales into mini boutiques so you can find exactly what you're looking form like "decor under $50", "80% off rugs," and more. Try the shop by style feature to narrow down your specific taste.
Prices: Vary depending on department and sale.
Shipping: Free on orders of $49+.