The best deals on home decor are found in places where you can get the most bang for your buck.
Here are five places you can find a deal for the price of a cup of coffee.
Prices for new and used home decor can vary, so you may have to factor in the cost of an interior designer, landscaper or architect.
Orange County, California.
You’ll pay more for a new place to live than the average American family, but if you want the best of everything, you’ll pay a lot more.
The Orange County property management company, Lendlease, says it will take a $1.9 million down payment on the $2.3 million home it bought last year for $2,971,958.
Its price tag comes out to $3,892,000, and it’s on the second floor.
The average price of homes in the county is $1,972,000.
A similar home, at $2 million, was bought in 2011 for $3.3 billion.
Lendlease’s website lists the two main features of the home: two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a deck with a swimming pool.
There are also a number of amenities: a full-size pool, a gym and an underground garden.
The home is located on the same lot as a luxury condominium complex.
Orange, California, home decor retailer Kresge has a $3 million downpayment for the $3M, 2,823-square-foot home it just bought for $5.8 million.
Kresge says the home will be able to accommodate a number, including a queen-size bed, two-bedroom, two bathroom, four-bedroom or five-bedroom units.
It’s located on a 5.5-acre lot with a lot size of 3,000-plus.
In addition to its amenities, the home has a full kitchen, living room, living/living room, dining room, bathroom, kitchen, garage and laundry facilities.
New York, New York home decor site Bored Panda sells a $2M, 3,932-square foot home in the Manhattan neighborhood for $4.8M.
Bored Panda says it plans to use the money for remodeling and a renovation of the basement.
“We are looking for the best home available for the most affordable price in our market, which includes a private basement and exterior home, plus our own landscaping, exterior and interior design, interior decor, and interior finishes,” the company said in a press release.
This home is also the second home Bored Phantom bought last September for $9.3M.