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Restoration Hardware is expanding its empire — to teenagers.
The high-end (and often high-priced) furniture brand debuted its RH Teen line this fall, and let’s be honest: the chic furniture, rustic accessories and classic bedding are swoon-worthy for shoppers of all ages.
But if you’re not in the market to dish out serious cash for home décor, we’re here to help. Here are five items we love from the premiere line, and how you can get the look for less.
We love the curved look of this mirror, but we’re not crazy about the $699 price tag. If you’re willing to go for a brass aesthetic (and we always are), this French mirror will cost you half of the price of Restoration Hardware’s.
Metallic foil wood letters
At $29 per letter, this charismatic accessory is one of the more inexpensive items in the collection, but if you need more than one letter, it can add up. To get the look for less, channel your DIY skills by following this $10 tutorial.
Linen bulletin board
Restoration Hardware’s linen memory board comes in two sizes and three colors — but if none of the available options work for you, or if you don’t want to spend up to $395 on a bulletin board, this DIY will get you the same look.
Restoration Hardware’s new line includes various stunning lighting fixtures ranging from $199 to $699, and this dynamic Lexi Pendant light falls in at $599. It’s not an exact replica, but Pier 1 Imports’ Opulence Capiz Pendant Light has similar dangling features and comes in on sale at $100.
We love big art and we love inspiring quotes, which makes Restoration Hardware’s Classic Quote Art major eye candy. The large piece will cost you $499, but if you have an afternoon to spare, you can easily create a custom piece yourself. Simply go to your local hardware store for a large piece of plywood, which most stores will cut to size. Paint it white, then with a thin brush and darker paint color, write in your favorite quote.