Look for Less: Cane Furniture

I’ve been a fan of cane door and drawer front furniture for years, I even bought a pair of cane front chests and used them in my daughter’s room as nightstands. Last year I combined two Target cane front media stands to form one long credenza for our family room. When shopping for a new sideboard with cane detail, I noticed a lot of disparity between prices with some retailers or high end brands selling pieces for a lot more than discount sources.

I disappeared into a world of cane detail furniture and rounded up several lookalikes at high and low price points. Granted, many of these do not have the exact matching details but the look is similar and less expensive. If you’re also a fan of this style of furniture, take a peek at these affordable twins compared to their pricier counterpart.

Harbor Cane Bed / Serena & Lily  on sale for $2,299

Safavieh Kerensa Bed for $581





Restoration Hardware Chair $795

Target Hamlet Chair $454





Pottery Barn Console $1,999

Nathan James Console $499





Pottery Barn Cane Front Dresser $1599

Abagayle Dresser $469

Same Pottery Barn Six Drawer Dresser in White $1,599

George Oliver Chest of Drawers $289





World’s Away Four Door Cabinet Neiman Marcus $3,330

Double White and Cane Cabinets $129 each

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Natural Four Door Cabinet $289







Made Goods Woven Bookcase with Hutch $5,520


Storage Bookcase $220





Anthropolgie Cane Armoire $2,998




Bali Armoire $599

What’s the simplest way to find a lower cost version of any furniture on your own? I use the similar image search button on Pinterest, and up pops a bunch of pieces that are like the one I’m looking at:


What tricks or tips or internet search tools do you use to find a look for less?

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