In all honestly, most decor trends are pricy, but there are ways to avoid sticker shock. Believing high style doesn't have to come at a high price, we rounded up a few covetable pieces and their affordable look-alikes. If you're drawn to designer decor (Missoni, anyone?) or happen to be on the hunt for a timeless piece, here's how to get the look for less.
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If You Want a Home Bar . . .
When it comes to happy hour at home, bar carts are key for putting your spirits on display. While we love the gold leaf bar cart  ($995) for its vintage look, this cart is practically charging a cover for every cocktail you mix. For a fraction of the price, this metal bar cart  ($181, originally $207) is an absolute steal — it saves you $807! You'll get your money's worth, too, since it can hold both your booze and your barware.
If You're Into Designer Labels . . .
If you're into both fashion and decor, it's likely a Missoni throw  has crossed your mind — for good reason too! A blanket like this is an iconic piece no matter how you style it, but the $1,540 price tag is a bit hard to swallow. Instead, keep warm with this woven stripe throw  ($40, originally $68). It has a similar color and pattern . . . and just as much style!
If You're Feeling Eclectic . . .
Moroccan rugs are a trendy decor staple, thanks to their global yet edgy vibe. If you want one, you can go about it one of two ways: the Moroccan Oriental Rug  ($975, originally $3,899) or West Elm's Kasbah Wool Rug  ($179). While we like them both, it's hard to resist the one that will save you about $800.
If You're Looking For an Accent Piece . . .
From coffee tables to consoles, trays can go just about anywhere. If you haven't found the perfect one yet, we suggest you go with a bright floral option  ($36). Aside from being downright fabulous, it has the same look as that iconic
Fornasetti tray  ($1,795), a piece that costs more than most people's rent.
If You Favor Midcentury Decor . . .
Designed in 1968 by Italian architect and designer Roberto Menghi, the Globo di Luce Pendant  ($1,355) is as captivating as it was 40 years ago. Unfortunately, its price tag is out of this world (for most). Luckily, we found an affordable option by Tom Dixon , which sells for half the price of the original at $425. Yes, this copper shade  is still a splurge, but its timeless style justifies the price.