Today I am here to show you, without a doubt, that we can all get that Pottery Barn style in our homes on a much smaller budget!! Today I’m going to show you 5 Target table lamps that look just like Pottery Barn table lamps…no…seriously…wait until you see this!!
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Target vs. Pottery Barn | Ceramic Jar Table Lamps
The Threshold w/ Studio McGee just dropped the Spring line yesterday…it’s a wowza! They’ve branched off into offering large pieces of furniture like sectionals and comfy chairs…that you don’t have to wait 6 months for!!!
This Studio McGee ceramic jar table lamp sells for $90. That’s on the higher end for Target lamps but this one is big, and substantially sized. Get it before it’s gone (or wait for the restock).
The Pottery Barn Maddox will run you $249 for a similar look. Seriously, there’s really not too much difference in the style and overall vibe of the 2 lamps.
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Target vs. Pottery Barn | Rattan Table Lamps
Now, here’s the rub… The Pottery Barn Rattan table lamp with set your bank account back a little bit…it sells for..OK, go sit down… $629!!
When I saw that I knew I had to find a similar style to the Pottery Barn Burnaby rattan table lamp to share with you all.
What I found was the Threshold Seagrass table lamp that goes for $70…whew…that’s a price I can live with for a table lamp.
Target vs. Pottery Barn | Glass Table Lamp
I love the versatility of a glass table lamp. Glass lamps work with so many different decorating styles from modern to farmhouse and every style in between.
Glass table lamps are perfect to use on nightstands in your bedroom. They help keep a clean, uncluttered feel to your space.
Once again there is an enormous difference in the price point of the two lamps that I am comparing. Both are beautiful options.
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Target vs. Pottery Barn | Blue & White Table Lamp
Blue & White is still very popular, especially in Traditional and Transitional styled homes. The trend really started to take hold with the popularity of blue and white ginger jars with an entirely new generation of home decor enthusiasts.
The Pottery Barn Ingle Table Lamp has a more traditional feel to it and is hand-painted with a linen lampshade. It retails for $249.
The Threshold Ceramic Table Lamp has a much hipper feel to it and would work in a boho or eclectic styled space just as easily as a more traditional styled room. This lamp retails for $70.
Target vs. Pottery Barn | Tall Ceramic Lamp
This match-up features a tall, more narrow ceramic lamp that is also textured. It’s a good choice if you are looking for a lamp that won’t gobble up all the attention in a space but still delivers a stylish look.
The Pottery Barn Jolayne Ceramic Table Lamp has a subtle dotted texture down the lamp and features a linen shade. It retails for $249.
The Threshold Large Ceramic Lamp features almost the exact same textured dots down the lamp. It has a slightly rounded base and sells for $55. Imagine…almost a $200 difference between the two!!
Now are you convinced that with just a few minutes of tapping on the keyboard that you can find knock-off looks for almost anything your heart desires!! It does take a little patience to search for similar-looking Pottery Barn items but look at the money you will save!!
The difference between the 5 lamps…. The 5 Pottery Barn lamps will cost you $1725.00 and the 5 Target lookalike lamps will only set you back $330.00 total..Isn’t that crazy!!
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