My Top Lowe’s Home Décor Picks

My Top Lowe's Home Décor Picks

Has anyone else felt like prices on secondhand items have skyrocketed in the past couple of years?! I still love to go antiquing and thrifting in person at my favorite local shops, but I’m finding more and more often that I have to leave empty-handed because everything is marked up well beyond my budget. It’s a disappointing development, but, happily, there are tons of options for new reproduction versions of the vintage mid-century shapes I love at a price point that I can actually afford. Keep scrolling for a roundup of vintage-inspired pieces I’m loving from Lowe’s right now.

My Top Lowe’s Home Décor Picks:

1. Accent Chair: The tapered shape of this side chair caught my eye, and I love the bold blue color of the upholstery.

2. Vanity Light: This light would instantly update the look of a dated bathroom vanity vignette.

3. Runner Rug: I adore the neutral color palette of this rug but that it still packs a punch thanks to that repeated linear pattern.

4. Bookshelf: I’m currently saving up to invest in this bookshelf myself! The slanted silhouette speaks to me.

5. Task Lamp: I’ve seen antique mid-century lamps that look just like this $70 lamp but go for hundreds of dollars more.

6. Media Cabinet: A good media cabinet is such a staple. I love all of the storage and the retro-inspired character of this one.

7. Wall Art: The perfect pop of color for any room in your house!

8. Floor Lamp: How cool is the woven shade on this curvy floor lamp? Also adding this to my personal wishlist now.

9. Side Table: I could picture this cutie side table looking great beside a side chair, sofa, or bed. It’s so versatile!

10. Velvet Sofa: I’m positively smitten with this sofa. Even better, it’s on sale for less than $1,000 now through March 13.

11. Linear Area Rug: This is such a cool take on ’70s style, but in modern materials that are easier to maintain than a true antique rug.

12. Coffee Table: The two-tone color palette of this coffee table drew me in right away.

Now, I know a lot of die-hard antiquing purists out there will skim right over this post because they can’t imagine investing in reproduction versions of mid-century art, furniture, and lighting, but I want to say right here, right now that there’s no shame in doing what realistically works for your home décor budget. I would invest in any of the items on that list above in a heartbeat because I know once I get the pieces into our 1960s home alongside our existing antique collection, the big picture effect would make me smile.

Joy isn’t necessarily just in the satisfaction of finding the perfect vintage piece for your home (although I do love that moment and hope to be able to afford it again soon!)—it’s about curating a look you love in your home, no matter the source or how much it cost. Buy what makes you happy within your own personal budget, and your home will ultimately feel like a really special space. Which piece are you eyeing from my list? Let me know in the comments!

My Top Lowe's Home Décor Picks

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