If I purchased everything I circled in the Pottery Barn catalog, my total would actually cost tens of thousands of dollars. The brand is known for their high-quality furniture and decor items, which are typically pretty expensive. Of course, you can use our Pottery Barn coupons and promo codes to save a bit of money if you have your heart set on something. But there are also dozens of high-quality Pottery Barn dupes on the market if the brand’s high-end pieces are out of your price range.
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10 Budget-Friendly Pottery Barn Dupes
1. Benchwright Floating Shelves ($249) vs. Project 62 Set of 5 Wall Shelves ($40)
Floating shelves are one of the most popular home decor trends of the past few years, and because of that, there are plenty of expensive options on the market. But you can get the chunky whitewashed look of the Benchwright Floating Shelves ($249, Pottery Barn) for hundreds of dollars less if you shop around a bit. We love the Project 62 Wall Shelves ($40, Target), and since they come as a set of five, they’re less than $10 per shelf. While they’re not as long as the 48-inch Pottery Barn shelf, you’ll save $209 by opting for a set of shorter floating shelves. (Target’s set comes in increments of three inches to 24 inches long).
“I love these for some extra storage and decor. They’re made surprisingly well and very easy to hang up without needing any power tools! I love the color, exactly like the pictures.” — Target reviewer
2. Tava Handwoven Rattan Storage Basket ($109) vs. Highland Dunes Janet 3-Piece Wicker Basket Set ($43.99)
You don’t have to spend hundreds to keep your home organized. Pottery Barn’s Tava Handwoven Rattan Storage Baskets ($109, Pottery Barn) cost more than $100 each, but you can get the exact same look for less than $20 a basket. The Highland Dunes Janet 3-Piece Wicker Baskets ($43.99, Wayfair) are almost identical, but you’ll get three for less than $45. They come out to just under $15 each — which is a savings of about $90 per basket!
“The baskets are sturdy and fairly smooth. I’m using them to hold all the “stuff” for end tables that have no enclosed storage. Very pleased with them!” — Wayfair reviewer
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3. European Flax Linen Channel Stitch Quilt ($179) vs. Threshold Channel Stitch Quilt ($79)
If you’re going to splurge on something from Pottery Barn, we recommend the European Flax Linen Channel Stitch Quilt ($179, Pottery Barn). It has rave reviews, and at under $200, it’s not outrageously expensive for something you’ll use every day. But if you do want to save some extra money, you can get nearly the same product from Target for $100 less. The Threshold Channel Stitch Quilt ($79, Target) also has rave reviews and you’ll save exactly $100 on the Full/Queen size. Use your Target RedCard and save an additional 5% on top of that.
“It has an ever so slightly velvet feel to it. It has durability in the fabric. But what I love most of all is that it has extra length all around and gives the bed nice coverage.” — Target reviewer
4. Lucca Iron Chandelier ($629) vs. Ableton 6-Light Chandelier ($108)
The Lucca Iron Chandelier ($629, Pottery Barn) is a bestseller on the website, but you don’t need to spend $600 to get the look. The Ableton 6-Light Chandelier ($108, Wayfair) is almost identical and has more than 5,000 5-star reviews on Wayfair. The only major difference between the two chandeliers is the shape of the faux candles, but otherwise, it’s hard to tell the two apart. Prices fluctuate slightly on both items; however you can expect to save around $500 no matter when you buy the dupe.
“Love it. Exactly what I wanted. If you are looking for a cheaper version of the Pottery Barn one this is basically it.” — Wayfair reviewer
5. Raylan Upholstered Armchair ($959) vs. Weldon Mid-Century Upholstered Chair ($193.79)
Get the look of the Raylan Upholstered Armchair ($959, Pottery Barn) for hundreds less with this super similar dupe from Overstock. The Weldon Mid-Century Upholstered Chair ($193.79, Overstock.com) has the same design style, comes in similar colors, and is more than $700 less. The price on the Pottery Barn chair can go up to $1,549 depending on the frame color and fabric options you choose. For that price, you could buy eight of the chairs from Overstock!
“Great chair! It’s just what I was looking for, not bulky or too heavy. It’s comfortable to sit in and prop my feet up on the ottoman.” — Overstock reviewer
6. Pottery Barn Cane Console Table ($1,999) vs. Aoche 2-Door Accent Cabinet ($279.99)
The Aoche accent cabinet ($279.99, Wayfair) is a perfect match for one-half of Pottery Barn’s cane console table ($1,999, Pottery Barn). That means you’ll need to buy two of the Wayfair cabinets and display them side by side — so you’ll spend a total of $559.98, but it’s still $1,439 cheaper than the Pottery Barn cabinet. And if you get tired of it or move it to a room with less space, you can always separate the two smaller cabinets and get more use out of them later on.
“Love this! Planning on buying a second one to make it a TV stand.” — Wayfair reviewer
7. Melrose Upholstered Storage Bench ($899) vs. Maribo Ivory Boucle Storage Ottoman ($299)
Boucle fabric is one of the hottest home decor trends right now, but we never recommend spending a lot on a trendy piece that might go out of style in a few years. Pottery Barn’s Melrose Upholstered Storage Bench ($899, Pottery Barn) is chic and modern, and if boucle isn’t your thing, you can choose from dozens of fabric options. The bench costs between $699 – $899, depending on the fabric you pick, and will take 12+ weeks for delivery. Article has a similar bench at a lower price point, the Maribo Ivory Boucle Storage Ottoman ($299, Article.com). It comes in two sizes (32 inches and 48 inches). At 57 inches, the Pottery Barn bench is a bit longer, but the 48-inch bench is totally worth it when you’re saving $600.
“I love the Boucle look and this is a quality piece of furniture. It is very sturdy and I use it every day. Love the storage as well.” — Article reviewer
8. Pottery Barn Malcolm Coffee Table ($999) vs. Streamline Rectangle Coffee Table ($399.99)
If you love the look of Pottery Barn’s Malcolm Coffee Table ($999, Pottery Barn) but can’t justify the price tag, opt for West Elm’s Streamline Rectangle Coffee Table ($399.99, West Elm) instead. The two are nearly identical (the Pottery Barn table sits a few inches lower), but you’ll save nearly $600.
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