15 Faux-Fur Home Accents Under $100
Celebrate Faux Fur Friday with these budget-friendly finds.
I’ll start out by admitting I have a major thing for faux fur. In a perfect world, it would grace every room of my home, and I’d wear it every day. My husband always says, “Do we really need more of this furry stuff?” And time and time again, I tell him, “Yes. The answer is always yes.”
If you’ve been hesitant to try faux fur in your home, now is the perfect time to give it a shot. A rug, a throw or a couple of pillows can completely transform the feel of your space by creating warmth, texture and coziness. To celebrate Faux Fur Friday, I’ve rounded up 15 of my favorite faux-fur home accents — each for less than $100. Take a look, and give luxurious coziness a try this winter.
Drape a throw over your sofa or armchair to create wintry vibes within your living space. Be sure to buy (or make!) a throw that coordinates with your living room’s color palette.
Pillows + Pillow Covers
Throw pillows can be used in almost any room of your home. Faux fur comes in countless neutral tones, so you can incorporate pillows without incorporating color.
14" x 24" lumbar pillow; $24.99; worldmarket.com
18" x 18" pillow cover; $45.50; potterybarn.com
Euro pillow sham; $39.95; pier1.com
20" x 20" pillow; $39.99; kohls.com
Ottomans + Poufs
If you’re looking for something a bit more permanent, consider an ottoman or a pouf.
Nothing is cozier than a furry rug to warm cold feet. Try a soft, neutral tone like gray or taupe for a seasonal rug.
Faux-fur figurines are perfect if you’re still feeling a bit timid about the trend. They’re adorable, wintry and inexpensive. Plus, you can stick them just about anywhere.
set of two; $29; grandinroad.com
Don’t forget about your furry friend! Let your pup snooze in style in this adorable faux-fur bed.
Try Dark Hues
While light colors are great for making a room feel larger, a darker hue envelops the bedroom, creating the perfect space to relax and slumber. The plush bed linens in this ultra-dark space add a nice contrast and look like the ideal spot to cuddle up in this cozy black bedroom.
Whether your bedroom is covered in carpet or hardwood, rugs are a great way to add color, texture and of course, warmth underfoot. Try layering rugs in different shapes and patterns for an extra-comfy look.
Add a Personal Touch
Simple DIY touches can make any bedroom a cozier place to be. Here, a nightstand made from a vintage suitcase adds personality with a nice lived-in vibe.
Choose the Right Pieces
Warm wooden accents and a vase filled with fresh blooms come together in this peaceful space to create a nature-lover’s paradise. With a stack of books placed on the nightstand shelf, you may never have to leave this restful oasis.
Make Use of Texture
In this soft, inviting space, a delicate mix of texture subtly adds depth and interest in a neutral space. From the textural wallpaper to the herringbone-patterned floor, this sweet bedroom would be the ideal spot to curl up with a good book.
Blend Old and New
By mixing old and new styles, you can keep your bedroom from looking stale and instead make it look all your own. Here, a unique nightstand with a Singer base makes a statement against a gorgeous herringbone-patterned floor and mint bed.
Pile on the Pillows
What’s more cozy than a huge pile of fluffy pillows? Mix and match and never be afraid to add too many. The more the better when it comes to creating a super-comfy look.
- green photos
- modern style
- white photos
- orange photos
- multicolor photos
- modern bedroom
- bright modern bedroom decor
- polka dot wallpaper
- multicolored wallpaper
- orange bedspread
- orange comforter
- green striped bed linens
- green striped sheets
- multicolored bed pillows
- green table lamp
- white bedroom nightstand
- yellow nightstand flowers
Add Ceiling Beams
Adding wooden ceiling beams may be a bigger project than tossing a few throw pillows on the bed, but it is one that will definitely pay off in the cozy department. Wooden accents add warmth to a space, and wooden ceiling beams are a smart architectural way to add the look without taking up space.
Create a Reading Nook
A window seat is a great place to cuddle up and read or just enjoy the view. But sometimes, adding a window seat can be a costly endeavor. Instead, try creating a quiet nook in your bedroom for a similar effect.
Put in a Faux Fireplace
A bedroom fireplace adds instant warmth, but when it’s too expensive to add the real thing, a shabby-chic faux fireplace may do the trick. This adorable example from HGTV’s Fixer Upper proves it doesn’t take big bucks to create a cozy space.
An unexpected mix of patterns can create a homey look in any size bedroom. In this sweet space, a cohesive color palette pulls the patterns together, keeping the look subtle and seamless.
Place Furniture Strategically
Where you place your furniture makes a huge difference. When creating a seating nook, place chairs facing each other. This arrangement brings a conversational and intimate feel to your bedroom even if you're the only one utilizing the space.
Add Some Privacy
Sure, floor-to-ceiling draperies can be expensive (especially if they aren't DIY), but you'll keep them for years to come. Purchase neutral window treatments, so they match your room's style no matter how many times you change your bedroom's look.
Decorate in All White
Many believe an all-white room is stark and stale, but decorating in this color can make you feel as though you're at the spa. Plus, it's like sleeping on a cloud.
Don't Forget the Foot of the Bed
If you have the space, place some furniture at the food of the bed. Whether you choose one large piece or a couple small pieces, display something that acts as extra storage and is upholstered in a lush fabric.
Skip Overhead Lighting
Invest in Good Bedding
Aside from window treatments, bedding is the best thing to spend your money on. Choose soft, high-quality fabrics — you won't be sorry.