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Here Are 20 Stores Like Crate and Barrel That You’ll Wish You Knew About Sooner

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It’s no secret that Crate and Barrel is a go-to for high-end furniture and designer-approved decor. Each piece carries an air of modern yet timeless sophistication while still nailing the top interior design trends. But, if you’re looking for stores with a similar vibe (or easier on your wallet), we’ve gotcha covered. Here, find 20 stores like Crate and Barrel, where you’ll find trendy, upscale pieces that range from budget-friendly picks to luxury hideaways.

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Lulu and Georgia

1. Lulu And Georgia

We’re ranking Lulu and Georgia at the top of this list for its upscale-meets-artisan vibe and impressive range of furniture, decor and artwork. The pieces hinge on classic, contemporary designs while mixing things up with trendy materials—like mohair and boucle—and tons of curvy, ‘70s style forms. From made-to-order beds and linen outdoor chaises to Slim Aarons artwork and handmade Persian rugs, we can’t help but obsess over the brand’s unique, signature look.

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CB2

2. Cb2

Considering CB2 is a subbrand of Crate and Barrel—albeit at a lower price—this one should come as no surprise. Yet, while both have similar aesthetics, CB2’s furniture and decor maintain a more minimalist feel, with glossy finishes and clean-lined silhouettes. And if your style skews more mid-century modern, we suggest you scope out its Paul Mccobb Collection, which includes everything from metal outdoor furniture to contemporary cruets.

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Soho Home

3. Soho Home

For those who don’t know (or haven’t seen the SATC episode where Samantha tries to break in), Soho House is a private members' club that owns and operates hotels and venues around the world. And, after years of guests attempting to buy furniture and decor items showcased in each house, Soho Home was born. Just like its parent company, the brand is centered around restored, luxurious living and (of course) exclusivity, with one-of-a-kind pieces that radiate poise. We’re talking everything from a custom marble and brass coffee table to a flax-fiber duvet cover that mimics the hotel’s signature look. They even have leather-upholstered recycling bins (which we didn’t know we needed ‘til now).

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H&M Home

4. H&m Home

Speaking of much-needed accessories, H&M Home is brimming with designer-inspired homewares that start at just $5. The brand carries everything from ultra-soft tasseled bath towels, percale duvet sets and velvet pillow cushions to stoneware dishes and bubble pot planters that feel right at home alongside Crate and Barrel’s spring collection.

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Horchow/Bernhardt

5. Horchow

Like Crate and Barrel, Horchow is one of our all-time favorites for its luxe-contemporary furniture, decor and wall art. However, unlike the aforementioned, its collection features a smattering of brass and gold elements that lend pieces an heirloom, antique quality (providing a more timeless look). We’re coveting a handful of new arrivals, from this asymmetric butterfly frame mirror to a rounded, honey-finished rattan bar cart that’s simply *beyond*.

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Pottery Barn

6. Pottery Barn

Perhaps you already know Pottery Barn for its classic American Heritage aesthetic. But we’re loving some of their riskier introductions, from this buffalo hide accent chair and French-inspired dresser to an eclectic set of bone picture frames. Still, if you’re looking for traditional yet current furniture and decor, this should definitely be your go-to store.

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Bloomingdales/SFERRA Bedding

7. Bloomingdales

Sure, Bloomingdales has one of the best denim selections around. But did you know that it’s also hiding some seriously chic homewares? The furniture alone is packed with pieces from well-known designers—from Jonathan Adler to Ralph Lauren. Plus, decor starts at $10 (for a set of 16 Moroccan-patterned plates) and ranges from contemporary brass sconces to modern eclectic vases.

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The Citizenry

8. The Citizenry

The Citizenry is a favorite among interior designers for its unique, globally sourced furniture and decor. The brand’s look mixes elevated boho with subtle sophistication and boasts everything from thick leather armchairs and natural rattan stools to woven wool area rugs and cozy alpaca throws that you can melt into after a long day of work.

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Studio McGee / Target

9. Threshold X Studio Mcgee

Finally, a brand on this list that we can actually afford. For those who don’t know, Salt Lake City-based designer Shea McGee has partnered with Target to create a catalog of chic, neutral homewares under $500—from indoor/outdoor furniture to artwork, rugs and styling accessories. Honestly, how amazing would this burled wood console and marble brass table lamp look alongside some of your fave Crate and Barrel pieces? We rest our case.

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Serena and Lily

10. Serena And Lily

If you’re looking to give your beach house a classic coastal look, you’ve just hit the Hamptons-inspired jackpot. Serena and Lily takes luxe-coastal-farmhouse to the next level, where its collection features clean-lined furnishings, bedding, lighting and decor—all of which are available in blue, beachy colorways with natural-finished textures. As dreamy as it is, it’s worth noting that this brand is far from budget-friendly; all of its pieces are made of fine, high-quality materials that are designed to stand the test of time.

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Pure Salt Shoppe

11. Pure Salt Shoppe

Yet another contemporary coastal shop we love? Pure Salt Shoppe. The collection reflects the coastal, casual aesthetic of Pure Salt Interiors, with a neutral palette, natural textures and extra cozy layers throughout. Some of our favorite items include the white wood-beaded Kali pendant and Blair Duvet Collection by Pom Pom at Home, which in case you were wondering, is all that you need to create a classy, coastal bed.

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@Chairish/@houseofbohn/Instagram

12. Chairish

Calling all vintage-design lovers: if you don’t have Chairish on your radar, we suggest you scope out the site ASAP. It has thousands upon thousands of pre-loved furniture and decor items in every style imaginable, with prices ranging from $25 for a set of midcentury modern bud vases to $4,800 for a Milo Baughman chesterfield sofa that you can’t find anywhere else. What’s more, the brand carries vintage pieces from Crate and Barrel that are up to half off the original price.

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Horne

13. Horne

If you’re interested in heightening Crate & Barrel’s modern vibe, look no further than Danish design company, Horne. While its furnishings and decor flaunt a similar neutral palette, they also strike a more hygge, Scandi-style look. With interesting lines and unexpected silhouettes, most pieces can be used as minimalist statement makers—from a futuristic-looking Adirondack chair to a rose marble Plinth that can be used as a side table.

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Design Within Reach

14. Design Within Reach

Hungry for a more modern minimalist? Design Within Reach is a staple in the interior design world for its European minimalist furnishings that can add texture and dimension to a space. And if the items feel familiar to you, it’s probably because influencers love DWR; the best-selling Huggy swivel chair has become an IG sensation.

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Zara Home

15. Zara Home

Yes, Zara has a home department. And yes, it’s just as fabulous as the brand’s clothing selection. Just like Crate & Barrel, the brand carries wood-crafted furniture and stoneware decor that’s totally in line with this year’s design trends. Yet Zara’s prices are far lower, making it the perfect modern alternative to achieving the same look.

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2Modern

16. 2modern

2Modern is another modern-minimalist alternative that offers exclusive designer homewares. And because most items are manufactured and shipped from around the globe, they’re definitely pricier. Still, we’re not lying when we say ‘exclusive designer,’ and the brand carries everything from Kelly Wearstler’s famous lip sofa to classic brass-polished floor lamps by Jonathan Adler.

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West Elm

17. West Elm

ICYMI, West Elm has gotten an understated upgrade on its signature midcentury silhouettes. Its furnishings maintain the same shapes but have been updated with neutral color palettes, and there’s a selection of handmade artisan decor with trendy, unexpected textures. Take it from some of their best sellers, which feature a modular chenille sectional, marble and woodgrain buffet, sculptural glass chandelier and a papier-mache trinket tray.

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Moe's Home Collection/Hayneedle

18. Hayneedle

Hayneedle is one of the more affordable options on this list and features everything from outdoor conversation sets under $500 to designer Persian rugs for just $60. And lucky for you, its furniture and decor span almost every design style—from farmhouse, cottagecore and coastal to transitional, midcentury modern and minimalist.

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Parachute

19. Parachute Home

While Parachute Home may be best known for its gorgeous bedding, we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention its equally swoon-worthy homewares. We’re especially obsessed with the Horizon bed frame, which was inspired by the curves of Laurel Canyon and is available in seven neutral colorways that can elevate any bedroom aesthetic.

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Urban Outfitters

20. Urban Outfitters Home

OK, hear us out. In the last few years, Urban Outfitters has rebranded itself from ‘kitschy college dorm room’ to ‘upscale Brooklyn loft.’ Its furniture and decor have gotten an elevated, art-deco facelift in the last few years, and never would we ever expect to see this retro six-drawer dresser or organic-shaped coffee table in UO’s spring collection. But we are here for it.