While redecorating can be daunting, it doesn’t have to break the bank. While investment pieces can push your budget sky-high, there are amazing findsÂ that can be had for under $1,500Â — and that goes for furniture, lighting, and accessories. So don’t put off redecorating, replacing, or sprucing up for spring. Here areÂ a few of our favorite pieces in this price range:
Why we love them:Â This set of six chairs has a whitewashed finish that is still a popular look in homes today. The seats are upholstered in a colorful stripe that will brighten the room.
Why we love it: If you are a fan of British style, this is the desk for you. It has five drawers and a wonderful â€œXâ€ base, which keeps an airy look. MadeÂ from solid teak wood, the desk has a rich-lookingÂ bonded leather insert with brass metal hardware.
Why we love it: Designed by Dominique Moal, this is the perfect chair to pair with the above Kipling desk (or any traditional-style wood desk). Its wood frame, along with the gorgeous leather seat and back,Â channel classicÂ British Colonial design.
Why we love it: Looking for a comfortable and stylish chair for your traditional room? This chair is both. The rich leather is accented withÂ nailhead trim, making it the perfect choice for aÂ study, library, or living room.
Why we love it: Durable yet chic, a cowhide rug works with nearly every type of decor, from masculine to contemporary.Â The brown and white colors would look stunning on your polished wood floor.
Why we love it: Adding interest to your sofa is as easy as adding a new pillow, like this luxurious tapestry-covered design. ThereÂ are actually two designs you can choose from (see the alternative design here), butÂ both feature soft muted colors that would work well with most palettes.
Why we love it: Does your kitchen island or bar lack style? These counter-height stoolsÂ fit the bill. With their leather seats, comfortable backs, and chrome legs, they are stunning and unique.
Why we love it: Though undoubtedly a statement piece, this unusual pendant makes a witty alternative to the typical chandelier. Install it over a kitchen island, a bar, or a minimalist dining table.