Can You Guess Which Item Is More Expensive?
Online shopping brings thousands of products right to your fingertips, from great deals to those that are ghastly expensive. Can you tell the difference between an item that cost $300 and one that cost $3,000? Take our quiz to find out.
One of these chandeliers is antique brass and costs over $2,200. The other you can buy online for $275.
Answer: The chandelier on the left will set you back $2,235 while the replica on the right can be purchased at Allmodern.com for $275—with free shipping! Here are 52 other ways to make your home look more expensive for less.
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Want to bring a beach chic-vibe into your home? One of the sophisticated sea-inspired rugs can be scored for $400, the other for a whopping $3,000!
Answer: The rug on the left is knotted by hand—no two are the same—commanding a price tag of $2,998, while the one on the right is washable and hypo-allergenic and available for $399. Whichever one you choose, you’ll want to know these 17 DIY carpet stain removers.
Towels are towels, right? Or are they? One of these organic towels is $40 a pop, the other is $7 for a set of two.
Answer: The towel on the left is plush, organic, fair trade and costs $40 per towel, the pair on the right are 100% cotton and a good deal at under $10 for two. Follow these tricks to make your new bath towels last for years.
Wall art can be pricey, which of these pretty butterfly prints do you think is more expensive?
Jewelry always makes a statement! One of these pair of gorgeous turquoise earrings runs $9,000, the other cost less than a spin class.
A beach tote is a summer wardrobe staple, can you tell which of these two will set you back $1,400? The other is under $200.
Answer: The tote on the left is leather and suede, from the high-end design house, Altuzarra, and sells for $1,395, the other bag is smartly made from recycled sails and costs $175. Find out the online shopping mistake you need to stop making now, no matter how big your wallet.