You know that feeling that overcomes you when someone tells you that they like your dress—and you get to tell them that you got it for just $20 at T.J.Maxx? It’s pretty great, right? We want to help you get that feeling more often—especially in your kitchen.
That’s why we’ve rounded up these 10 fun Amazon finds. They each look like something you would have paid an arm and a leg for in a cute boutique shop, but really they’re all just $25 or less. Whether you decide to brag about your bargain find or let your friends think you spent $100 on a pendant light, well, that’s up to you!
If you haven’t heard of this brand before, prepare to be dazzled. YAMAZAKI home makes all sorts of wood-and-metal kitchen organizers, and each one is more beautiful than the last. Some of the pieces can get a little pricey, but $18 for a nice paper towel holder is a steal. And it’s magnetic, so it’ll stick to the side of your fridge.
Usually, the only pendant lights you can get for this cheap are metal or just super basic. This one features a hand-blown seeded glass shade and a cool oil-rubbed bronze finish. At this price, you can totally get a few to go over an island.
Win the award for Best Host Ever with this 16-ounce glass carafe. Just fill it up and leave it on the nightstand in your guest room. The lines are so sleek, people will think you got it at an overpriced pottery store … in France.
Raise your hand if you could use more storage in your kitchen. Looks like all of you have your hands up. Your walls can help! Hang one (or three) of these wire baskets and use it to store spices, linens, and other small stuff that needs a home.
Put this tray next to your sink and you have the most beautiful place to stash your dish soap and sponge. It’s stainless steel with a brass finish, which makes it inexpensive and durable. We’ve seen similar trays for, like, $50 each!
The problem with a lot of the cute planters out there is that they don’t have holes for drainage. If water backs up in your planter too much, the roots can start to rot and your plant will suffer. This ceramic pot is cute and has a drain hole. The wooden saucer catches drips and adds a rustic touch.
We’re still loving the rose gold trend, and this wire wine rack would look great on a dining room buffet or on a shelf somewhere. Use it to display special-to-you bottles or even just the cheap stuff you get at Trader Joe’s.
Rugs in the kitchen get the thumbs-up from us. Measuring in at 21 by 34 inches, this little guy is big enough to make a statement (put it right in front of your sink!) and small enough to fit in your washing machine.
Why pay $23 for a single canister when you can get two for that price? These ceramic canisters with bamboo lids also come with a set of vinyl chalkboard stickers, so you can label what’s inside.
We’re huge fans of clocks in the kitchen (they’re functional and add a nice decorative touch). And this one, featuring faux leather, is super sleek and on-trend. It weighs less than half a pound, too, which means you can easily hang it with a Command Strip.
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