Okay, confession time: Home decor is low-key one of the things I love most in life. I think I read decor magazines more than anything else, and I really love keeping up with whatever beautiful trends crop up.\nSecond confession: I'm broke AF, which doesn't exactly lend itself well to having a home-decor obsession, unless you're also crafty AF. That's right, friends, I'm constantly on the hunt for sales to feed my addiction with minimal impact to my precious wallet.\nTo be honest, I think I do a pretty good job of finding awesome places in Montreal where price, quality, and trendiness all line up perfectly.\nA photo posted by Benjamin (@ben3pop) on Apr 10, 2016 at 5:43am PDT\n1. Eva B\n2015 Boul St-Laurent\nOkay, if you've been in Montreal for any amount of time, chances are high you've heard about Eva B. This thrift shop gets its massive popularity for good reason. Their selection, prices, and vibe can absolutely not be beat.\nAlthough they specialize in selling clothes and accessories (and cartons of popcorn, which is a major win, TBH), they've also got a great selection of beautiful, inexpensive vintage furniture and home decor items. Browse their offerings, friends, and prepare to fall in actual love with furniture.\nFacebook\nA photo posted by Tiki Ming ?? (non joke, Maude) (@lafilleasian) on Apr 1, 2016 at 9:45am PDT\n2. Zone\n4246 Rue Saint-Denis | Multiple locations\nI've been thinking a lot about how to describe Zone to you guys without sounding like I'm creepily obsessed with it. The truth? There is no way to not obsess with Zone's contemporary offerings, gorgeous setup, and fair prices.\nYou'll definitely understand where I'm coming from if you've ever been to Zone before. If you haven't, then you need to get yourself there ASAP! And protip? Although their prices are very fair for what you're getting, browse their sale items. Nabbing Zone's cute things for incredibly cheap prices is the ultimate score.\nFacebook\nA photo posted by @lfbvrc on Feb 11, 2016 at 4:30pm PST\n3. Artpop\n129 Avenue du Mont-Royal E\nLove supporting local talent? Great! Then the Plateau's Artpop boutique is the place for you.\nFeaturing products made by local designers, Artpop offers tons of adorable and trendy home decor options like prints, throw-pillows, and more. They've also got clothes, cards, and other gift items, making this the perfect spot to grab a housewarming gift, say, for your friend who's just settled in to their new pad. Or yourself. Whatever, no judgement.\nFacebook\nA photo posted by Casa Luca ? (@boutiquecasaluca) on Mar 21, 2016 at 9:21am PDT\n4. Casa Luca\n1354 Rue Fleury Est\nOh man, Casa Luca is my jam. Located on Promenade Fleury, which is basically the Sainte-Catherine Street of Ahuntsic (I'm pretty sure), Casa Luca is not only super easy to get to, but also offers some seriously gorgeous and trendy products for incredibly inexpensive prices.\nSeriously, they've got you covered for pretty much everything. Frames? They've got them. Kitchen accessories? You know where to go. Lights? Yup, you guessed it. Casa Luca, keep doing you, because it's awesome.\nFacebook\nA photo posted by Ariane-Florence ▫️ (@laceandsilk__) on Apr 9, 2016 at 11:13am PDT\n5. Vestibule\n5157 Boul St-Laurent\nOkay, Vestibule is high-key gorgeous. One walk through this Plateau shop will give some serious apartment envy. That said, I've got some great news for you. Many things here? Yeah, not as expensive as they look.\nFor example, I recently bought a couple of these shelves to add a vintage touch to my apartment. They run for about $30 each, and are extremely gorgeous-yet-functional. Much like the vast majority of the items sold at Vestibule. Fans of home decor, you now know where to go.\nFacebook\nA photo posted by Jessica - Les Objets Perdus (@lesobjetsperdus) on Apr 16, 2016 at 2:10pm PDT\n6. KitschA L'Os\n3439 Rue Hochelaga\nNo lie, it can get a little tiring to always see the same type of home accent pieces. I mean, there are only so many hanging light bulbs you can see before it becomes a completely redundant.\nIf you feel like you need a breath of fresh decair (see what I did there?), then look no further than KitschA L'Os. With seriously cute antique and vintage home accessories (like teacups, frames, and kitchen accessories, to name a few), there's sure to be something unique and gorgeous for you to fall in love with.\nFacebook\nA photo posted by Vintage Parc (@vintage_parc) on May 26, 2015 at 3:20pm PDT\n7. Meubles Vintage Parc\n4872 Av du Parc\nIf you're on the hunt for some gorgeous furniture, then you know that sometimes, things can get super expensive. I'm no stranger to the game, friend. I know the struggle.\nBut that's where Meubles Vintage Parc swoops in to save the day. Featuring secondhand pieces with plenty of character, this Plateau spot is awesome at meeting your vintage furniture (and accessory) needs, without breaking the bank.\nWebsite\nA photo posted by La Promenade Fleury (@promenade_fleury) on Oct 27, 2015 at 12:37pm PDT\n8. Scrupule\n1290 Rue Fleury E\nScrupule is what some of us would call a triple threat. How so? Well, not only does this Ahuntsic boutique sell incredibly beautiful, and cheaply priced, objects to freshen up your space, they also offer a clothing boutique, and an incredibly on-point salon coiffure.\nSo, if you're ever down to get your hair done while browsing for a whole new wardrobe, as well as a whole new home setup - well, now you know exactly where to go. You're welcome.\nWebsite\nA photo posted by Bien Faire | Cara Bartlett (@bienfaire) on Mar 7, 2016 at 3:41pm PST\n9. Ten Thousand Villages\n5675 Av de Monkland\nFriends, what could possibly be better than decorating your home? Oh, right. Decorating your home with fair trade products that simultaneously help out people in need.\nIt might seem a little difficult to put these two concepts together, but that's where Ten Thousand Villages comes in. This NDG home store features products made by artisans from developing nations, meaning that when you buy that item you've fallen in love with, you're also directly helping out the person who created it. Good job, you. Good job.\nFacebook\nA photo posted by UNIK Printshop (@unikprintshop) on May 24, 2015 at 6:55am PDT\n10. Oui Manon\n62 Rue Jarry E\nIf the name of this spot sounds familiar, that's because you've probably heard about its big sister, cafe Oui Mais Non. Both Oui Mais Non and its decor-centric boutique, are located in Montreal's Villeray, and although it might be a little out of the way for some people, you're going to want to get yourself there.\nWhy? I'm glad you asked. Oui Manon features some seriously trendy items at some seriously fair prices. As an example, check out these super cute and inexpensive terrariums, and then tell me with a straight face that you don't want one.\nFacebook\nA photo posted by Never give up (@kkai_wang) on Apr 19, 2016 at 7:16am PDT\n11. Zara Home\n3035 Boulevard le Carrefour\nLove Zara's chic, casual vibe and fairly-priced clothes? Then you're going to adore this spot. Zara Home, located in Carrefour Laval (which is a bit of a trek for some of us, but totally worth it, trust) does a pretty perfect job at showcasing the trendiest things that the world of home decor has to offer.\nAnd it does a damn good job of giving you all of this quite inexpensively too. Most of Zara Home's glam objects are nicely priced, and pop in during a sale to really be blown away by the savings.\nFacebook\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.