If you ask any designer what is trending one of their projects, they will almost always tell you it is tough to define. Each customer has different taste and an enormous selection of specific requirements, so the likelihood of purchasing the identical statement items for numerous clients are slim. To learn what designers are adding to their own wish lists, we would ask leading online marketplaces for covetable pieces. These concierge teams surely has insight into which things are trending across its vast assortment of offerings, even sometimes to the point of bidding wars.

But you’ve got your IKEA bookcase, Target sheets and that one special seaside homeware you treated yourself to on a holiday you took years ago. Yet you do not really have the budget to splurge on more expensive furnishings. Do not fret: there are loads of cost-effective alternatives with products that can allow you to distinguish your home – and appear more sophisticated in the procedure.

Below, are 10 shops to add to your shopping list, based on several interior design experts.

  • RugsUSA: I have personally bought four rugs from RugsUSA and haven’t been disappointed. They’ve an on-going 70 percent off advertising and usually throw in an extra 15 percent off around major shopping vacations. They have a vast selection (My designer in Sydney and I particularly love their sisals/seagrass rugs and their shags, both super trendy at the moment), ship quickly, and honestly, it is difficult to beat their prices.
  • Land of Nod: This Is technically a ‘children’ retailer, but Land of Nod has such excellent furniture such as desks, baskets, drapes, lighting and outdoors. Certainly a bit pricier than your Targets and IKEAs of the planet, but still within reach
  • Urban Outfitters: I am a sucker for all things Anthropologie, but their price tags could be off-putting. Enter Urban Outfitters. Some highlights from the shop include their rugs, lighting, and smallish furnishings such as coffee tables, and accent pieces. They sometimes bring out statement pieces and lines that resemble to the works of other furniture stores that specialise in lodge-inspired furniture and beach theme décor in Australia.
  • H&M Home: Look here first for throw pillow covers (which typically run about $10), curtains, duvets and bath accessories. Super stylish and affordable.
  • T.J. Maxx online: It is an excellent resource for pillows, accent chairs, bar carts, and exteriors.
  • Trouva: This is one of my go-to websites for unique homewares. The internet merchant pulls inventory from a community of indie boutiques and artisans located in the UK, which means you will hardly clash with anybody else.
  • Uncommon Goods: Just Like the name implies, Uncommon Goods is a bastion of unique home products which function as smart solutions to common household issues, from wine tables to telephone sanitizers.
  • World Market: Amazing home products and kitchenware at very affordable prices, recommended and referred to by residential interior designers in Perth and Gold Coast. If you would like to insert a small bohemia into your house while saving a dollar, this is a superb place to start.
  • Canvas Home: Canvas Home offers cute dining wear that’s easy, yet sophisticated, at prices that will not break the bank. We also love their gold cutlery.
  • Home Goods: We love Home Goods for finding that hidden gem. They usually have everything we are on the lookout for. We walk in and find new names galore, amazing quality kitchenware, and even bedding at very low rates.