Thanks to this very easy combination, you can find the same decorative object but much cheaper

Thanks to this very easy combination, you can find the same decorative object but much cheaper
Thanks to this very easy combination, you can find the same decorative object but much cheaper

Buy designer furniture for just a few euros? It’s possible thanks to this easy, free Google tip available in one click. No need to be an expert!

In terms of decoration, high-end is on the rise. Retro armchairs, contemporary vases, designer lighting… There are many designer boutiques offering trendy pieces. The problem? Prices are rising quickly. Fortunately, one trick is to combine luxury items with a limited budget, and it’s happening on Google.

Have you spotted a decorative item at a flea market? Does this chair on the cover of a magazine catch your eye? Did a friend get the sofa of your dreams? This is some information you might like. No more browsing the shelves to find the cheap copy of your new decorating fad. No, just go to your phone or computer and send that item you want to acquire to Google.

So how does it work ? Download the Google Lens app on your mobile or simply open a Google page on your computer. You will see a symbol in the search bar representing a camera. All you have to do is click on it and then upload the photo of the item you wish to purchase. Google Lens will scan your photo to only offer you similar images. So, by clicking on the corresponding photos, you will find the perfect dupe of your product at all prices, including second-hand furniture and other promotional operations.

But the functionality of Google Lens doesn’t stop there. Indeed, it is also an essential ally for verifying the authenticity of works of art, books and other collectibles. You may discover that the painting you bought for a few dollars is, in fact, a reproduction of a famous work, or that the unassuming lamp found at a garage sale is nothing more than an object of rated design. So, it’s up to you!

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