Few things compare to the rush we get after finding a gem on the racks of discounted clothes at T.J. Maxx—aside from discovering a side table for just $50 in the home decor section. And while hitting up the store is one of our favorite Sunday-afternoon activities, the retailer also has a robust website that makes deal hunting possible from our very own couch. Here are the 12 expensive-looking decor items currently in our cart. (Psst: They’re all under $150.)
Picture these faux leather chairs tucked under a reclaimed-wood table. The padded seat is super comfy, while the metal legs offer up a modern twist. Looks like you’ll never eat another dinner on the couch again.
Use it as an entryway table, topped with a few viney plants and a circle mirror, or perch your TV on it. The boho design details will make it easy to integrate this discreet storage piece into any room of the house.
Yes, you can use them as actual salad bowls, or you can fill them with guacamole for Mexican night. Plus, they’re pretty enough to use as decor, just arrange some Sumo oranges inside.
The Western trend shouldn’t stop at your boot collection. Bring a little yee-haw into the living room with a simple throw pillow that exudes just the right amount of wild spirit.
Every space can benefit from more storage, no matter how small or large it is. Place this fuzzy bench at the foot of your bed to store extra bedsheets and pillows, or position it in the entryway as a place to sit and put on your shoes.
Use it as a f
ootrest, extra seating in the living room, or, with the addition of a serving tray, a coffee table.
Turn your backyard or sliver of patio space into an ultimate oasis with this boho-chic hammock. The crochet fringe looks cute whether or not it’s in use.
It’s rare to find a 5×7 rug for this price, especially one as authentic as this Moroccan trellis design. It’s even imported from Turkey.
Add a hint of mid-century minimalism to your living room or bedroom with this solid wood side table. It has all the vintage charm and storage potential of a real 1950s piece, for about five times less than it would typically cost.
Half solid wood, half white marble and 100 percent statement making, this mixed-media coffee table is like a functional piece of art for your living room.
How can you not want to kick back with a glass of wine or a good book (or both) when this bistro set is staring at you from the porch? You know where we’ll be for the foreseeable future.
With a substantial marble base, this floor lamp is as sturdy as they come. The curved gold-tone neck is ideal for positioning over your favorite reading chair.
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