5 affordable decorative knots that dupe Lulu & Georgia's version

Don't get it twisted — we are memorized by these decorative knots dupes.

etsy decorative knots
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The options are endless when it comes to using decorative knots as home décor. They're a transformative piece. You can use one on a bookshelf to keep books from moving, pair it next to the best armchair for instant elevation, or place it on top of your coffee table books for a high-end look. 

No matter where you place it or what it's placed next to, decorative knots don't just work but work well. To the point, you will want to incorporate one in every bedroom, living room, and dining table in your home, which would be great, except for one tiny detail. 

The one abstract knotted design we're lusting after from Lulu & Georgia? It's not only a little out of our budget, but a lot. This stunning selection rings in at $438. And, if you also think an investment such as the best coffee table or one of the best TVs is a wiser choice, you're not alone. 

Which, of course, is why we've gone ahead and found not one but five decorative knots that dupe this original one. Talk about a problem and a solution. 

These decorative knots are dead-ringers for the original version: you won't even be able to spot the difference. 

Continue reading to see. 

The Lulu & Georgia decorative knot

lulu & georgia decorative knots

(Image credit: Lulu & Georgia)

5 decorative knots to rival Lulu & Georgia

1. This spot-on doppelgänger

decorative knots white version from etsy

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2. Go back to black

decorative knots dupe black from west elm

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3. This off-white selection

decorative knots form amazon

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4. A ceramic version

decorative knots dupes from wayfair

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5. This contemporary choice

decorative knots from etsy

(Image credit: Etsy)
Brittany Romano
Brittany Romano

Brittany Romano joins the Real Homes team as their U.S. E-commerce Editor, based in New York City. From her start as a fashion market assistant at Marie Claire to building highly profitable commerce vertical at Us Weekly and AMI brands, Brittany has produced award-winning content covering everything from celebrity beauty hacks to must-have items from online sales. She is a graduate of New England College. When she isn’t writing, you can find Brittany indulging in yet another DIY-project or cheering on her beloved Boston Bruins. Find her on Instagram at @Rammmyyy.