You can recreate this modern, industrial-chic workspace inspired by Restoration Hardware for a fraction of the cost. The key elements in this design include the table, chair and glass door cabinet. Total cost for Restoration Hardware’s collection is $4,665. By using knockoff pieces, you can achieve the same look for $1,695; a total savings of $2,970, or nearly 65% off.

The 1920s French Drafting Table with a solid-wood top and handcrafted finishes sells for $995. Cost Plus World Market has a similar Drafting Desk for only $279.99. Each table tilts on iron flourishes mounted to a substantial wood frame. You save $715, a 73% savings.

The Vintage Toledo Chair in distressed black costs $375. Cost Plus World Market sells a similar Hudson Pub Stool for $139.99. You save $235, a 63 % savings.

An alternative to a chair is this Restoration Hardware Vintage Toledo Barstool for $315. Once again, Cost Plus World Market has a less expensive alternative with the Twist Swivel Stool for only $109.99. You save $205, a 65% savings.

The Grand French Casement Cabinet from Restoration Hardware retails for $3,295 and takes up a large portion of the workspace budget. Similar in style and rustic appeal, the Cambria Curio Cabinet sold by The Elephant’s Trunk retails for $1,275. You save $2,020, a 60% savings.

This has been a guest post by Amanda from Erath, LA
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3 thoughts on “Knockout Knockoffs: Restoration Hardware Drafting Table, Stools & Cabinet”

  1. Anonymous says:

    CostPlus often has 10% coupons in the paper too.

  2. Leilani says:

    That’s a great room! I love it!

  3. LOVE the Drafting Table! I am a Landscape Architect student and this is Perfect! Thanks for sharing! When does the sale end?