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We’ve been on the hunt for good Anthropologie furniture dupes ever since we found almost identical lookalikes for the cult-favorite Anthro mirror. Truly, I’d buy every piece in Anthropologie’s furniture line if I could, but their products are notoriously expensive.
And while we do have some tips and tricks for saving at Anthropologie, shopping for lookalikes is the easiest way to get the look for less. The brand’s quirky style can be hard to replicate, but we’ve found some incredible dupes from more affordable retailers.
For more deals and money-saving tips, download The Krazy Coupon Lady app or text DEALS to 57299. Side note: We found a bunch of these dupes on Wayfair, and Wayfair’s pricing tends to jump day by day. So you might see some prices change slightly from the time of writing this post. Just wanted to give you the heads up!
The Best Anthropologie Furniture Dupes
1. Tufted Octavia Leopard Rug ($298) vs. Willa Arlo Interiors Power Loomed Rug ($109.99)
One of the reasons Anthropologie has such high prices is that their pieces are usually quirky and one-of-a-kind. We love the unique pattern of their Tufted Octavia Leopard Rug ($298, Anthropologie.com), but we found an almost identical version at Wayfair for nearly a third of the price. For the same size rug (3’x5′), shop the Willa Arlo Interiors Power Loomed Rug ($109.99, Wayfair.com) for a savings of $188.
“This really adds a fun vibe to the room!” — Wayfair reviewer
2. Edlyn Bench ($598) vs. Grayton Upholstered Storage Bench ($121.99)
This gorgeous pink velvet bench ($598, Anthropologie.com) will quickly transform any room, but there’s no reason to spend almost $600 on it. The Grayton Upholstered Storage Bench ($121.99, Wayfair.com) will make just as big of a statement, and you’ll save nearly $500 on it. The Wayfair version comes in three other colors, too, all of which are a few dollars cheaper.
“Exactly what I needed. Good quality, easy assemble, stable.” — Wayfair reviewer
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3. Madelyn Capiz Oval Faceted Chandelier ($998) vs. Arceneaux Statement Tiered Pendant ($146.99)
Anthropologie’s Madelyn Capiz Oval Faceted Chandelier ($998, Anthropologie.com) will add glam to any kitchen or dining space, but it comes with a high price tag. Get the same look with Wayfair’s Arceneaux Statement Tiered Pendant ($146.99, Wayfair.com). The only major difference is that Wayfair’s has circular shapes rather than ovals, and Anthro’s has more gold accents. Reviewers say the cheaper chandelier is pretty tedious to put together, but with a price difference of about $850, it’s definitely worth the time.
“Absolutely stunning. Time-consuming but entirely worth it. It really is a beautiful piece when finished.” — Wayfair reviewer
4. Gleaming Primrose Mirror ($548) vs. Vintage Style Vanity Wall Mirror ($149.99)
The Gleaming Primrose Mirror ($548, Anthropologie.com) is Anthro’s best-selling product of all time. You can’t scroll through home decor feeds without seeing one, whether it’s this 3-foot size or one of the larger mirrors that range up to $1,598. To get the look for hundreds less, grab World Market’s Vintage Style Vanity Wall Mirror ($149.99, WorldMarket.com). It comes in two colors and is 34 inches tall, compared to Anthro’s 36-inch mirror. For the size difference of two inches, you’ll save $398 — totally worth it!
“I’m using this in my entryway and love the size, the metal finish, and the detail!” — World Market reviewer
5. Everett Slatted Bar Cabinet ($1,798) vs. Sango Merk Accent Cabinet ($195.99)
A bar cabinet can be a pretty and practical way to hide bottles, glasses, and other clutter. The Everett Slatted Bar Cabinet ($1,798, Anthropologie.com) is a gorgeous storage unit, but at nearly $1,800, you won’t have any budget left to actually fill it. Luckily, Wayfair sells a super similar look for under $200. The Sango Merk Accent Cabinet ($195.99, Wayfair.com) has the same mid-century-inspired slatted finish and white top. And, it will save you more than $1,600.
“Very nice just what I was looking for! Easy to assemble and nice and sturdy when put together properly. Looks great in my office!” — Wayfair reviewer
6. Juneau Velvet Buffet ($2,998) vs. Willa Arlo Interiors Santillanes Sideboard ($345.99)
If you love the look of the Juneau Velvet Buffet ($2,998, Anthropologie.com), consider investing in a cheaper option and adding your own oversize drawer pulls. The Santillanes Sideboard ($345.99, Wayfair.com) is a similar jewel-tone green and has more than 300 five-star reviews. With a price difference of more than $2,600, there’s no reason not to treat yourself to the Wayfair piece.
“This is much better sturdier quality than I was expecting. It came with clear instructions and was simple to assemble. Overall I’m happy and pleasantly surprised by this purchase!” — Wayfair reviewer
7. Hendrix Upholstered Barrel Chair ($185.99) vs. Tulip Chair ($1,298)
The Hendrix Upholstered Barrel Chair ($185.99, Wayfair.com) is almost an exact dupe for Anthro’s Tulip Chair ($1,298, Anthropologie.com), but it’s more than a thousand dollars less. The Wayfair chair has more than 800 perfect reviews, and comes in seven different colors, so you can choose one that perfectly matches your space. Anthro’s version starts at $1,298 for an in-stock color, but you’ll pay even more for a made-to-order chair in any other color.
“Love love this chair. Easy to assemble, feels sturdy and the color is perfect. Very nice and pretty, modern chair especially for the price.” – Wayfair reviewer
8. Venus Rattan Daybed ($998) vs. Honey Rattan Daybed ($599.99)
Rattan is popular in home decor right now, so it’s no surprise the Venus Rattan Daybed ($998, Anthropologie.com) has become a best-seller. So many people have ordered it that it’s currently on backorder — so even if you wanted to spend a thousand dollars on it, you can’t get it right now. Luckily, World Market has an almost identical dupe that is currently available. The Honey Rattan Daybed ($599.99, Worldmarket.com) has more than 100 five-star reviews and will save you $398.
“I fell in love with this daybed as soon as I saw it. It arrived in perfect condition and it was easy to assemble. It looks amazing in my guest room and I could not be happier with it!” — World Market reviewer
9. Targua Inlay Coffee Table ($1,498) vs. Anyila Coffee Table ($759.99)
Anthropologie is known for their bold patterns and bright colors, so you often won’t find pieces that are exactly the same. But this Anyila Coffee Table ($759.99, Wayfair.com) from Wayfair is a pretty close match for the Targua Inlay Coffee Table ($1,498, Anthropologie.com). And the best part? Opting for a slightly different teal and white pattern will save you $738.
“Love the look and feel of this table! It’s very elegant and unique and adds detail to our room. Best yet is that the finish on the top is fairly indestructible — it seems water and scratch-proof with basic use.” — Wayfair reviewer
10. Bowen Leather Sofa ($3,298) vs. Wade Logan Salix Upholstered Sofa ($819.99)
Just like with the leather accent chair, Anthro’s Bowen Leather Sofa ($2,998, Anthropologie.com) comes with a high price tag since it’s made with real leather. By opting for faux leather, you can save a few thousand dollars and still get the same look. The Wade Logan Salix Upholstered Sofa ($819.99, Wayfair.com) has a similar design, and while it’s definitely not cheap, you’ll save about $2,000. Plus, it’s 5 inches longer than the Anthro sofa and comes in two different faux leather colors so you can choose one that matches your space.
“Great couch for the price. Looks expensive and fits my aesthetic. It’s even comfortable! Would recommend.” — Wayfair reviewer
Since most people spend a third of their lives in bed, a good-quality bedframe is a wise investment. But that doesn’t mean you have to blow your whole decor budget on one piece. If you love the look of Anthro’s Heatherfield Rattan Queen Bed ($1,998, Anthropologie.com), shop around for other rattan options before committing to the almost $2,000 price tag. The Candra Oak Queen Bed ($1,399, Article.com) is definitely still an investment, but it’s nearly $600 less than the Anthropologie version.
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