15 Expensive-Looking Furniture Pieces You Can Buy at Walmart

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If you love the look of spendy, coveted furniture retailers such as Pottery Barn and West Elm furniture — but not the price tag — you need to start shopping at Walmart. The retailer has elevated their furniture game and is selling luxurious-looking designs that won't break the bank, including beds, bed frames, mattress, sleeper sofa, couches, dining sets and dressers, all at an affordable price point.

Like got-it-all retailers like Amazon and Target, Walmart's inventory is massive. To help you find a new stylish piece fit for your home, ET selected some of the best affordable furniture at Walmart that you can buy right now. From expensive-looking home decor to design-forward furniture pieces from brands such as Novogratz, Gap Home and Queer Eye, our list has something for everyone whether you can't get enough of mid-century modern, boho, farmhouse or glam decor.

While you're outfitting your indoor space, be sure to give your outdoor space a new look too. We found affordable outdoor furniture and affordable patio furniture deals that you can shop today. 

Keep scrolling to discover chic, expensive-looking furniture from Walmart.

If you love Drew Barrymore's kitchen line at Walmart, you have to check out her Flower Home collection. Our favorite is this antique brass mushroom lamp for vintage flair. 

$99$80

A sleek, modern wooden coffee table for under $60. 

$120$57

This trendy three-tier glass bookcase is great for displaying your favorite books, pictures, trinkets and decor. 

$180$157

Hang this small circular mirror above seating, entryway or vanity table for a little extra something on the wall. 

$71$57



Get ready for warm weather and coffee-sipping on the patio with this contemporary-style, three-piece outdoor bistro set. 

$600$250

Blame it on 'Bridgerton' — Regency era-inspired furniture is trending. Add a decadent, classic vibe to your living room with this Chesterfield loveseat, featuring deep button tufting, nailhead accents, scrolled arms and turned legs.

$1,057$448

This dresser has retro-style gold metal hairpin legs, four drawers and a midcentury feel. This 46.92" x 31.18" x 19.69" dresser comes with a wall anchor kit to prevent injuries.

$240$196

You'd never believe this eye-catching boho queen bed is affordable furniture from Walmart. It's available in four colors and made of solid pine wood. It offers a midcentury look. Also find it in twin and king sizes.

$600$345

Who said futons only belong in dorm rooms? This green velvet sleeper sofa from Netflix's Fab Five passes as a regular couch. Measuring 79 inches long and 33 inches deep, it easily converts between sitting, lounging and sleeping positions.

$389

These midcentury-style, 24-inch bar stools come in navy blue or beige. Their seats swivel 360 degrees and they come with plastic floor protectors, in case you're worried about your floors scratching.

$302$133

Transform your living room or den with an expensive looking couch (that's actually super affordable) from Gap's furniture line. This 85-inch-long modern sofa in a linen-style fabric has an exposed wood base. Find it in three colors. Two throw pillows are included.

$635$559

This modern farmhouse-style TV stand fits up to a 65-inch TV. Find this 24" x 58" x 16" TV stand with barn doors in five colors. 

$219$174

Choose from three colors in this boho, 41.3" x 29.7" x 19.7", four-drawer dresser. Each drawer is finished in a linen-look paper and the dresser comes with a wall anchor kit to prevent tipping.

$283$245

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