under $100: luxe decor

today is my last day at the domino guest blog. all week i’ve been focusing on wallet-friendly home design and today’s roundup is all about products under $100 that look high-end but don’t have high-end prices. click here to check out my last roundup or follow these links to check out the rest of my affordable design posts from the past two weeks: 10 products under $10, under $20, under $30, under $40, under $50.

[sourcing for products above is available right here]

  1. frk.Larsen says:

    I’ve got the Ghost Candelabre on my dining table.. LOVE IT! In Norway its dark almost all the time in the winter, so it really ligthens up the room. :)

  2. The black lace bowl is from an Israeli designer, Talila Abraham, whose line is called Metalace Art. ModernTribe has three of her other pieces — including the lace bowl pictured in silver — and a gorgeous Wildlace serving tray. Just FYI for those who love the line and want to find it in the USA. ModernTribe.com

  3. Reema says:

    Does anyone know the name of that pretty lacy red/white hanging lamp, above? Or where I can get one? Since Domino’s shut down, none of the links in the post have any info… :(

  4. onegrandhome says:

    The hanging lamp is the Midsummer Light designed by Tord Boontje. You can buy it here; http://www.unicahome.com/p13772/artecnica/midsummer-light-by-tord-boontje-for-artecnica.html

  5. Sandy May Smith says:

    I love the hanging lamp but could not find the info about where i can get it or how much it costs. Can you help me? PS…love your blog!

  6. fernando says:

    where can i find that gold bar? (tried the link but it gets me to a generic lucky magazine page).

    thank you.


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