Shopping Secrets of Country Living Editors

Everyone knows that some of the best bargains are found on the web. But between the daily deals and endless e-commerce sites, online shopping can be a little overwhelming. That's why we're revealing our favorite thrifty sites for great deals-to prove that you don't have to spend a million bucks to look like a million bucks!
Click here for 50 finds under 50!

Cute Tops

"'s distinctive clothing looks like it should cost a lot more than it does." -Natalie Warady, Style & Market Director
(Dixie Blouse,, $44)

Decorative Hardware

"Urban Outfitters isn't just for 20-something hipsters. Their wall-hooks are often 1/3 price of other sites which will remain nameless...and they're just as cute." -Sarah Gray Miller, Editor-in-Chief
(Branch Hooks,, $20)

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Affordable Art

" is the place to buy affordable art. I got this $50 Paula Scher print there after falling in love with her (very pricey) paintings at a gallery." -Angela Howard, Deputy Art Director
(The World by Paula Scher 11"H x 14"W print,, $50)

Pretty Linens

"The sale section of Anthropologie is always such a mess, so I stock up on essentials-like these adorable dishtowels-online." -Marly Fink, Editorial Assistant
(Dish towels,, $5 to 15)

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Stylish Accessories

"I go on a major shopping spree each time Target introduces a designer home accessories line. The current Smith & Hawken goods have me all geared up for spring, like this adorable rubber doormat which costs just $20!" -Jourdan Crouch, Senior Associate Editor
(Smith & Hawken Rubber Doormat,, $19.99)

Quirky Gifts

"I rely on for quirky and inexpensive gifts, including this hilarious dog stapler." -Nina Myers McCammon, Market Editor
(Dog Stapler,, $9)

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Designer Pieces

"I was psyched to find out about, which sells a limited edition pieces by up-and-coming designers. This purse is half the cost of a Coach or Louis Vuitton bag-and one of 20 ever made!" -Ashley Womble, Web Editor
(Celia Bag by Rachel Nasvik,, $184)

Unique Home Goods

"I've always wanted a traditional vintage riddling rack but they can be crazy expensive. This one is cool and affordable." -Barbara Ovrutsky, Photo Editor
(Markaela Wine Bottle Holder,, $229)

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