Get The Look Of Banana Republic Home For Less

Banana Republic has kept people in style for ages, and now the company is bringing its fashionable aesthetic to your humble abode with Banana Republic Home. The clothing brand introduced its new department in September 2023 with decor, furniture, textiles, and art. The sculpted and modern yet classic designs are beautiful but expensive. It is easy to blow your entire furniture budget on just one item — take it from the thousand-dollar lamp. Fortunately, you can still deck your home in the same luxurious look for way less.

We found dupes for some of Banana Republic Home's most vogue furnishings on Target, Walmart, Amazon, Wayfair, and IKEA. There are pieces for every room that won't break the bank, but you might get whiplash from the double-take of these trendy styles. Regardless of your interior design fingerprint, you can still decorate your home on a budget without compromising the look and feel.

Funky throw pillows

A furry throw pillow is an easy way to make any area in your home pop. It creates a cozy, warm feel, and the fuzzy texture adds dimension to the space. BRH's tipped fur pillow cover costs $60, but Phantoscope's fur throw pillow dupes come in at $17.81. Choose from 15 colors for a cushion that matches your decor. Plus, you can splurge for an insert for an extra $2.

Crisp sofa

You can't go wrong with a sleek modern sofa. Its clean lines and soft silhouette make it the cloud you'll want to dive into at the day's end. IKEA's BACKSÄLEN delivers just that for $649, way less than BRH's London sofa, which is $50 short of $3,000. Better yet, it has more features with a washable cover and an underspace for storage.

Trendy coffee table

The coffee table is the living room's centerpiece — a great place to gather around with guests and stage decor to amplify your style. Best Choice's rustic coffee table is a mix of industrial, modern, and country with its sleek metal legs and wooden tabletop. It only costs $79.99, a steal compared to BRH's lookalike $1,250 amble coffee table.

Comfy accent chair

An accent chair is another functional and stylish piece to add to your furniture collection. You can go crazy with prints for a splash of something new or keep it neutral, like BRH's Milan lounge chair. The white seating blends into any room and is the perfect choice for matching with your fuzzy throw pillow. However, you don't need to spend $1,450 on this chair when you could spend $223.99 on WOVENBYRD's barrel accent chair dupe. It's the same soft cushion, rounded back, and fresh look but for much less.

Statement rug

Need something to warm up your space, make a statement, anchor your furniture, and elevate your decor? Then, an area rug is what you're looking for. Nourison's concerto area rug offers a contemporary look in earthy grays and beiges, topped with a textured pattern for depths of style. It is a dupe for BRH's $1,550 tundra rug, and the lookalike only costs $99.99.

Modern side table

Joss & Main's Antoni end table is the perfect dupe for BRH's alta Marquina side table. It embodies the sleek industrial design with a distressed metal finish and keeps with the cool contemporary aesthetic. You can also use this side table as a nightstand or entryway table. This piece costs $246 while the BRH's runs for $795, and they are practically twins.

Industrial table lamp

While the internet is obsessed with IKEA's desk lamps, we found another tabletop light that deserves some attention: Nourison's cement table lamp. Its concrete base, inspired by Scandinavian design, is unique and earthy with the natural shades of poured cement. It is our $89 alternative to BRH's $795 Rhea table lamp. The modern fixture is chic as a desk topper, console accessory, or even for spicing up on your kitchen counter.

Sleek wall mirror

We bet you can't tell IKEA's ALMARÖD apart from BRH's Markie wall mirror. The thin gold lining housed by the thick matte black frame is a decadent juxtaposition that adds depth to the reflective glass. It is a subtle design that speaks volumes, maximizing the luxurious feel of your home. You can get this sleek IKEA mirror for $159.99 and hang it in the bathroom, hallway, or wherever you want to catch a glimpse of your likeness.

Classic ottoman

The upholstered ottoman is a timeless look that amplifies the homey mood within your space. BRH's Oslo ottoman is $5 shy of a grand, while SONGMICS' ottoman bench is our dupe priced at $49.99. Dare we say the lookalike beats its upscale cousin as SONGMICS' bench has a storage compartment stellar for keeping toys, remotes, and other knickknacks out of sight.

Contemporary counter stool

Leather stools to contrast your stone or wooden countertops will have everyone thinking you hired an interior designer for the remodel. But it was all your handy work, and it didn't cost you a limb. The Ball & Cast's leather bar stool dupe goes for $179, while BRH's Sausalito counter stool costs $750. The woven faux leather and wooden frame are ideal for southwestern, rustic, or modern design styles.

Textured sideboard

BRH's $2,850 Phoenix sideboard has textured front paneling, detailed metal legs, and a shelf. IKEA's $496 BESTÅ has an oak paneling frame, push-to-open drawers, and adjustable shelves. It costs way less, and you still get the look of a sleek, contemporary style with intricating detailing. This sideboard delivers on design and functionality, plus there's still room in the budget for decorations.