10 Walmart finds under $100 that will make your home look more expensive
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Whether you’re moving into a new house or upgrading your current apartment, home decor can add up quickly. However, people on TikTok are always sharing their hacks for making their homes look more expensive on a budget, and some of the hacks are downright genius.
Needless to say, Walmart may be the OG when it comes to luxe home goods on a budget. In fact, the retailer has been selling affordable furniture and home goods for years; you just need to cut through some of the clutter to find the most luxe-looking stuff.
Walmart carries home decor by Drew Barrymore and Gap Home, along with its own best-selling line called MoDRN. The trick is to stick to one color scheme in each room and find a few upscale-looking pieces, whether they feature brass, marble or wood accents.
Take a look below at 10 of the best home decor items from Walmart that will make your home look more expensive, each for $100 or less.
Mirrors can help make your space look bigger. This asymmetrical mirror is totally on-trend and looks great hanging over your bedroom dresser or an entryway table.
This knit blanket looks a lot like the celebrity favorites from Barefoot Dreams, but it’s at least a fourth of the price. Drape it over the side of your sofa, at the end of your bed or anywhere you want to curl up in the world’s softest blanket.
This retro-inspired mushroom lamp will look pretty sitting in your living room or on either side of your bed. You can’t go wrong with brass accents!
Big plants look expensive, and that’s generally because they are. However, this faux plant will last for years, and it’s less than $100. It’s an easy way to brighten up any room.
Put your hand soap and lotion in matching glass jars to make things look more streamlined in your bathroom. You could also use these for storing dish soap, hand lotion, mouthwash and more.
Matching cookware always looks more expensive and put-together than mismatched pots and pans, especially if you store them out in the open. This 12-piece set comes in black as well.
Look at major home retailers like Pottery Barn or Crate & Barrel, and you’ll see soft, muted woods all over the place. This versatile wood coffee table goes with most color schemes and sofa styles. It also has a lift-top so if you want to snack on the sofa, you don’t have to hunch over your plate.
Upgrade any pillows you have at home with these matching velvet pillow covers. They come in multiple sizes and colors, from neutrals like camel and navy to bolder colors like hot pink and yellow.
Chains are currently popular in fashion and accessories. However, the trend recently made its way to home decor. Stores like West Elm sell wooden chain links to drape over books, bowls and coffee tables for around $100. However, this link from Walmart is now less than $30.
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