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For small space inspiration, see how this interior designer decorated a 600-sq-ft apartment using West Elm pieces. Of course, you may already know about some of these alternatives to West Elm where you can save some time by shopping online or save some coins because they’re more affordable, but we’ll list in case one or two or new to you.

Affordable alternatives to West Elm


Jet is an online store that carries mid-century modern looks and quite a few pieces that remind you of West Elm.

Minted.com  is a favorite with those of us who like unusual home decor items.

Target Their Project 62 line offers furniture and furnishings that are West Elm inspired and priced better.

On the OfferUP app, you can find lots of modern furnishings and secondhand West Elm priced really well.

Ikea makes everyone’s list for functional furniture priced well. Check the As-Is section before you go to the register.

Bed Bath and Beyond is another must-stop for bargains with their 20% coupons that never expire.

Kirkland’s styles are a little more rustic, but you can find a lot of home decor items that go with all styles, even modern. They have online shopping and may have store locations near you.

Overstock.com has been stepping up their game lately and carrying better and better quality furniture and more of it.

Lexmod also carries sleek mid-century modern and contemporary styles. Bonus: they’re affordable and offer weekly deals.

Fab is another online source for unique products and as the name suggests, they have a modern sensibility.

Etsy is a great place to find vintage looking clocks like this one to give mass produced mid-century looks and rooms a more authentic vibe.

AllModern is another great alternative to West Elm both in terms of price and the variety of products you can find all in one place.

Article has become one of my favorite places to find well-made sofas. They are a new direct-to-consumer furniture shop priced so well you can find sofas for around $1,000 that West Elm often prices 50-100% higher.


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Christine Angelica

Christine is a lifestyle coach who believes the way we live affects everything we do, especially our motivation. She's also a mindful living educator living in Los Angeles, California.