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If you’re familiar with Restoration Hardware, you probably know their high prices on furniture. Seriously, though — while their pieces are stunning, you can find their popular Cloud Couch listed for $11,000. Eek! (Instead, check out our favorite Cloud Couch alternative below). Luckily, you can get the look for less with Restoration Hardware alternatives.
We’ve shopped around to find the best look-alikes for furniture, lighting, home decor, and more. You can save thousands of dollars with these affordable alternatives, and that’s not an exaggeration. For example, one of our shelf lookalikes saves you $7,000 from the original RH product. Cha-ching!
But if you still want the real deal, check out Restoration Hardware outlets near you. They sell excess pieces at up to 80% off, although inventory varies by location. However, you won’t find any of their most popular pieces there, since their outlets usually sell items that they made too much of or are going out of stock.
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The Best Restoration Hardware Alternatives
1. Natural Marble Decorative Tray ($36.99) vs. Round Marble Tray Collection ($230+)
Marble is having a moment right now, and the Round Marble Tray Collection (starting at $230, RH.com) has been all over home decor Instagram accounts lately. The Restoration Hardware trays are available in small, medium, and large, ranging from $230 for an 8-inch tray to $580 for a 20-inch tray. And you can’t always get all sizes in stock. We found an alternative on Amazon for a 10-inch tray ($36.99, Amazon). That’s $193 cheaper than the least expensive RH tray! Both trays are made from solid natural marble.
“It’s a beautiful piece.” — Amazon reviewer
2. Vintage Farmhouse 4-Light Chandelier ($55) vs. English Openwork Pendant ($1,495)
Make any dining space the focal point of your home with a statement chandelier. We’re obsessed with the English Openwork Pendant ($1,495, RH.com) but not obsessed with the price. We found an alternative on Amazon that’s just $55 and nearly identical to the original. The farmhouse 4-light chandelier ($55, Amazon) has the same industrial cage design. And while it only holds four faux candles (the RH version has six), it’s well worth the $1,440 savings.
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3. Alyessa Power Loomed Gray Rug ($58.99) vs. Palomar Hand-Knotted Wool Rug ($2,589)
Restoration Hardware’s rugs are handmade, so the price tag is typically pretty steep. Sometimes you can get them on sale, but you’ll still pay around $2,000 with discounts. Luckily, we found an almost exact match for the hand-knotted wool rug ($2,589, RH.com). The color and pattern are so similar, your house guests will never know the difference. The Alyessa gray rug ($58.99, Wayfair.com) is not only about $2,500 cheaper, but it’s also stain resistant and made for high-traffic areas.
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4. Hearth & Hand Round Framed Mirror ($59.99) vs. Bistro Round Mirror ($2,495)
Decor pieces become dated fairly quickly, so while you do want to find a high-quality item, you don’t need to spend a fortune on something that will probably go out of style in the next few years. We love this Bistro Round Mirror ($2,495, RH.com) and found a nearly identical mirror ($59.99, Target.com) from Target’s Hearth & Hand collection for under $60. That’s a savings of more than $2,300!
“This mirror is great quality for the price. It also comes with great instructions and a template to mark where to put the included hanging hardware.” — Target reviewer
5. Possini Euro Design Brass Picture Light ($99.99) vs. Cannele Picture Light ($895)
Adding a picture light is an easy way to make any space look fancier than it really is. The Cannele Picture Light ($895, RH.com) is gorgeous, but at almost $900 it’s not practical for someone who doesn’t live in an art museum. Luckily, you can score the same look for much less at Target. The Possini Euro Design Brass Picture Light ($99.99, Target) is almost $800 cheaper, and you can save an additional 5% with your Target RedCard.
“Extremely satisfied with the quality of the light. Very solid construction. I used an LED bulb and the lighting is excellent. Would definitely buy again.” — Target reviewer
6. Midcentury Modern Arc Floor Lamp ($129.99) vs. Restoration Hardware Arc Floor Lamp ($1,485)
Restoration Hardware has several pieces that fit a midcentury modern vibe but are still timeless. This arched floor lamp ($1,485, RH.com) is a gorgeous statement piece that can be used for years. If you don’t mind a slightly shorter version (72 inches compared to 81 inches), invest in the gold arc floor lamp ($129.99, Target.com) instead. You’ll save $1,270, and you can shave off another 5% if you have a Target RedCard. That makes the lamp just $123.49!
“Love this lamp. Fills the area and gives great light. Super easy to assemble.” — Target reviewer
7. Foundstone Cab Upholstered Bench ($135.99) vs. French Contemporary End-of-Bed Bench ($1,090)
Whether you’re planning to use it in your entryway or at the end of your bed, there’s no need to spend a thousand dollars on a bench. This upholstered bench ($135.99, Wayfair.com) is a similar style to Restoration Hardware’s end-of-bed bench ($1,090, RH.com) — but this one arrives much quicker. It’s 49 inches (RH’s version comes in either 48 or 60 inches), and although it’s only available in one color, it can be in your home in as little as four days. If you order the Restoration Hardware bench, you have the option to choose one of their 122 fabric selections, but you’ll have to wait up to five months for delivery.
“I absolutely love this bench! I purchased it to put in my room, and it is exactly what I was looking for. It’s great quality and upholstered perfectly.” — Wayfair reviewer
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8. Crosley Furniture Freestanding Shelves ($165.81) vs. Thaddeus Narrow Glass Open Shelving ($7,165)
Bookshelves are a good investment because they’re functional whether you use them for storage or decor. We’ve had our eye on the Thaddeus open shelving ($7,165, RH.com) and recently found a nearly identical lookalike from Amazon ($165.81, Amazon) for thousands less. The Amazon version does look a bit more modern while the RH shelves look more handmade, but for a price difference of $7,000, it’s totally worth it.
“Great value for the cost, and it looks elegant and stylish in my little home office. I do like the anti-tipping device that was included with the shelving unit. It was easy to install and gives me more peace of mind as my daughter will be a toddler before I know it.” — Amazon reviewer
9. Tillman Rectangular TV Stand ($245.99) vs. French Contemporary 4-Door Media Console ($3,750)
If you’re in the market for an upscale TV stand, the 4-door media console ($3,750, RH.com) is gorgeous — even with a huge TV resting on it! If you want to get the look for less, shop the Tillman Rectangular TV Stand ($245.99, Amazon) instead. It comes in the same earthy wood tones as the Restoration Hardware version and both have vertical hardware on all four cupboard doors. The Amazon version (which is more than $3,500 cheaper) is available in five colors and can be delivered as soon as three days. The RH cabinet is available in four colors, but even in-stock options say they’ll take up to three weeks to arrive.
“Love it and ordered a second. It’s ‘medium easy’ to install. I did it alone but might need two people as the directions say. Would highly recommend if looking for a great buy that looks expensive.” — Amazon reviewer
10. Potomac Slipcovered Parsons Dining Chairs Set of 2 ($322.19) vs. Hudson Parsons Slipcovered Dining Side Chair ($715)
If you’re furnishing a large dining area, more than a couple hundred dollars per chair is a bit of a splurge. If you love the look of the Hudson Parsons Chair ($715, RH.com), order this slipcovered parsons chair set ($322.19, Overstock.com) instead. (Note that Overstock prices tend to fluctuate, so it might change slightly after the time of writing this). It comes as a set of two, making each chair about $160 each. Choose from beige, brown, cream, and gray, and enjoy free shipping.
“I absolutely love these chairs. They were a bit time-consuming to put together but completely worth the effort! You won’t be disappointed.” — Overstock reviewer
11. East Bluff Woven Drawer Console Table ($330) vs. French Contemporary 3-Drawer Console Table ($2,900)
This Threshold and Studio McGee woven drawer console table ($330, Target) is equal parts trendy and timeless. It’s a close match to the 3-door console table ($2,900, RHcom) we love from Restoration Hardware. Several reviewers have commented that it blends well with their more expensive furniture. And with a price difference of $2,600, you won’t miss the extra few inches you lose with the Target version.
“Surprising quality and look! It blends right in with my more expensive furniture, I really love it. Simple assembly as well.” — Target reviewer
12. Pottery Barn Hyde Upholstered Swivel Armchair ($399) vs. Arrondi Swivel Chair ($2,295)
If you’ve got your eye on a modern, trendy style like the Arrondi Swivel Chair ($2,295, RH.com), consider buying a cheaper alternative instead. The Upholstered Swivel Armchair ($399, PotteryBarn.com) from Pottery Barn is still excellent quality and can last you several years with proper care. Investing in the Pottery Barn chair will save you $1,869, so you’ll have plenty left over if you want to get a matching set.
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13. Belleze Sideboard Buffet Cabinet ($399.99) vs. French Contemporary Triple-Door Sideboard ($3,415)
“I love this sideboard! It looks great and is great for storage.” — Amazon reviewer
14. Dinora Coffee Table ($420) vs. Restoration Hardware Cayden Campaign Trunk Table ($4,090)
Another sturdy wood staple from Restoration Hardware is the Cayden Campaign Trunk Table ($4,090, RH.com). It makes a gorgeous focal point for a room while providing plenty of functional storage. And while this is a piece you could use for decades, $4,000 is a lot to spend on something you’re going to rest your feet on while you lounge on the couch. We found a wood coffee table ($420, JossandMain.com) that’s almost a perfect match for less than 20% of the price. The legs are a slightly different color, and there isn’t as much hardware on the front of the Joss & Main table. However, that would be easy enough to add yourself if you really wanted to. And since you’ll save $3,600, you’ll have plenty left over for whatever hardware you want.
“Love our new coffee table! Beautiful wood, nice place to store blankets, etc. delivery was quick. Couldn’t be happier!” — Joss & Main reviewer
15. Mercury Row Cleitus Bed ($500) vs. Reclaimed Oak Platform Bed ($5,385)
It’s said we spend a third of our life in bed, so it makes sense to invest in one you love. If it’s in your budget, the Reclaimed Oak Platform Bed ($5,385, RH.com) is a good piece to splurge on since you’ll get so much use out of it. But if you want the look for less, we found a super similar option on Wayfair. The Mercury Row Cleitus Bed ($500, Wayfair.com) has the same wood tone and platform design but costs more than $4,800 less.
“Looks amazing and assembly is not too hard. A single person can assemble it. Sturdy bed and not needing a box spring is a big plus!” — Wayfair reviewer
16. Wayfair Annelen Upholstered Bed ($570) vs. Modena Box-Tufted Platform Bed ($3,960)
A tall, tufted headboard can add elegance to any style bedroom, and this platform bed ($3,960, RH.com) is a popular choice. If nearly $4,000 is out of your price range, Wayfair has a similar look for one-fifteenth of the cost. The Annelen upholstered bed ($570, Wayfair.com) only comes in three colors (white, light gray, and dark gray) as opposed to Restoration Hardware’s 134 fabric options. But since neutrals are at the core of the RH aesthetic, it’s a smart alternative.
“Love it. Sleek and stately in person. It was not too difficult to assemble alone.” — Wayfair reviewer
17. Avila Washed Natural Wood Extension Dining Table ($899.99) vs. Salvaged Wood Trestle Extension Dining Table ($3,855)
At just under $900, this natural wood dining table ($899.99, WorldMarket.com) is definitely still a splurge, but it’s nowhere near the price of the Restoration Hardware Salvaged Wood Trestle table ($3,855, RH.com). Plus, if you’re a World Market member, you can get 10% off store pickup. The tables are nearly identical in color and style, and both can be extended to accommodate for large gatherings or holiday celebrations. Size-wise, the World Market table is a little longer, stretching to 96 inches max. The Restoration Hardware table measures 60 inches without the extension and can stretch to 84 inches. Reviewers comment on how sturdy the World Market table is, and with a price difference of $2,955, there’s no reason not to save.
“I absolutely love this new table, better than expected. The color is just right for our room and the ability to extend and accommodate more guests will be perfect for the holidays.” — World Market reviewer
18. Crate and Barrel Lotus Deep Low Sofa ($2,299) vs. Restoration Hardware Cloud Couch ($11,995)
The Cloud Couch from Restoration Hardware ($11,995, RH.com) is one of their most popular furniture pieces, but it comes with a price tag of almost $12,000. You can get almost the exact same look with Crate and Barrel’s Lotus Deep Low Sofa ($2,299, CrateandBarrel.com) for thousands less. (Please note that Crate and Barrel prices tend to fluctuate often, so it may vary from the time of writing this). You’ll save over $9,000, which is more than enough to buy a few oversize white pillows, since that’s the only major difference between the two couches.
“Most comfortable sofa I’ve ever owned! I was a little apprehensive about buying the color white, but it really is easy to keep clean. Love it!” — Crate & Barrel reviewer
19. Member’s Mark Halstead 4-Piece Seating Set ($2,299) vs. Provence Outdoor Seating Set ($9,495)
Because it needs to be extra durable, outdoor seating can be pretty pricey. But a full outdoor furniture set ($9,495, RH.com) will cost almost $10K at Restoration Hardware. Luckily, you can grab a nearly identical set at Sam’s Club. The entire Member’s Mark Halstead 4-Piece Seating Set ($2,299, SamsClub.com) is cheaper than one outdoor coffee table at Restoration Hardware. It comes with a sofa, two chairs, a coffee table, and all the cushions you need. And while it’s still a big investment, you’ll be getting the look for about $7,000 less.
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