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Can’t Hire an Interior Designer? Snag That Same High-Style Look with Home Collections Straight From Designers

Since we don’t all have the budgets of a Beckham, hiring an interior design pro to give our homes that put-together, magazine spread-worthy style is sometimes out of reach. And try as we might, going it alone often gives us mixed results. (Lime green and orange stripes seemed like a good idea for that wall behind the sofa.)

Lucky for us, some of our most favorite interior designers — designers we’d hire in a heartbeat should we stumble upon a small fortune — have created their own lines of home goodies that reflect their individual design ethos. Even better, some of the collections contain products that have been used in actual client projects. Here’s a look at the designer collections we covet:

Nate Berkus
Can’t seem to nail down celeb interior designer Nate Berkus for a consultation? (We can’t either.) Don’t fret: Mr. Berkus brings his cool and collected style to Target with his very affordable line of bath, bedding, rugs, frames, and fun knick-knacks (the brass urchin is on our lists) for the home.

Kelly Wearstler
Hiring Kelly Wearstler to splash our pads with her divine and daring aesthetic is dreaming the impossible dream. So in lieu of a total KW home makeover, we’re partial to her just-as-amazing home line, including furniture, rugs, fabrics, and objects d’art.

Pulp Home
Freshly launched, this home-decor site from Seattle- and Dallas-based Pulp Design Studios offers up plenty of accessible products that mirror the company’s glam designs. Browse Pulp Home’s lookbooks, which let you purchase pieces found in real spaces the designers have done, or go with one of its custom-created items. We’re pumped for future product collabs — pillows, furniture, hardware, bedding — that the ladies behind Pulp have in motion for 2013.

Justin Timberlake (yes, you read that right) teamed up with his interior designer Estee Stanley to bring limited-edition pieces and custom designs to decor lovers via membership ($10 per month) site HomeMint. First, you take a gratis mini quiz to uncover your style preferences, then HomeMint determines which pieces best match your style. Shop those selected-for-you pieces et voila: a fabulous interior designer-inspired space.

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12.11.2012 / 06:15 AM EDT by Lauren Mang
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