After making over your space with a few of these items, who knows… you could be.
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A set of three modern pillow covers that look like you bought each of them individually and thoughtfully so as to make sure they all suit each other. Ofc looks are deceiving and the reality is much simpler — they come in a pre-curated pack.
A stonewashed linen duvet with fresh, spring-y stripes that’ll have you throwing open your windows, grabbing that book you’ve been excited to read, and plopping down on top of the covers (in your *indoor* clothes, obvs) for a nice lil’ R&R sesh.
A beaded bohemian chandelier that is *just* the thing to dress up any tall ceilings you may have, be they in your bedroom, kitchen, or stairwell.
A baroque-inspired mirror with a gilded frame that’s just as extra as you are. Like you, it’s also v elegant and sophisticated, too.
A serpentine table lamp so dashing, your friend may try to snatch it on their way out the door. Luckily, it’d be hard to hide in a canvas tote.
A faux cowhide rug with playful flecks of gold that catch the light wherever it’s put. Just want to emphasize again that this is a *faux* option, so it doesn’t smell, doesn’t shed, and — most importantly — doesn’t harm any adorable cows named Bessie or Buttercup!
A reclined lounge chair you can sink into as you load up your DVR’d episodes of Home Town, House Hunters, and Love It or List It.
A floral wall mural that’ll make you feel like you’re waking up in a chic Parisian apartment. Brb, gonna go watch Amélie again and dream of being in Montmartre.
A bouclé throw you can drape across the end of your bed in a perfectly imperfect manner. Did you just spend 10 minutes making sure it looks like you only spent 10 seconds placing it? Yes, but that’s between you and me.
A contemporary wire sculpture that takes up little space but makes a major impact no matter where it’s placed.
A set of handblown wine glasses so darling, you’ll want to drink all of your bevvies out of them — even your pre-allergy season Emergen-C.
A wooden beaded garland you can wrap around candles, vases, doorknobs, you name it. No, there really is no ~functional~ point to them, but come on, look how cute they are!
A rustic ceiling fan that’ll not only get your air circulating, but in style. Tbh I’ve never thought of ceiling fans as a focal point or way to dress up a room, but with its industrial cage design, Edison light bulbs, and rough pine blades, this may be an exception.
An acrylic vinyl holder so it’ll be immediately apparent what great taste in music you have. Dolly Parton, Fleetwood Mac, and Bowie right up front?? Color me impressed.
A vintage-esque wall-mounted headboard that I audibly gasped at after comparing the price to the gorgeous reviewer photos. Some things *should* be too good to be true, and this is one of those things!
A minimal wall hanging to add just a bit of extra *oomph* to any open real estate. Go ahead, take down that “Happy Birthday” bunting from six months ago and put this up instead.
A set of mid-century modern dining room chairs I could honestly stare at for a good hour. The rattan! The velvet! The cantilevered design! ::swoon::
An asymmetrical two-tier TV stand that 1. Holds your TV (imo the most important living room feature) and 2. Gives you plenty of room to display curios be it a sparse but aesthetic collection of books, candles, and succulents, or a more maximalist set of all your favorite tchotchkes.
A 12-piece speckled dining set so you can impress visitors even if you just order pizza. Nobody needs to know that you eat off of paper plates when no one else is around.
A wicker hanging chair where you can curl up and enjoy the breeze or even take a lil’ nappy nap (that’s what I’d do, anyways).
A concrete catchall dish hand-poured in the shape of, well, hands! Use it to store jewelry, keys, and coins, or as a home for tea lights.
A three-in-one entryway organizer that’ll trick people into thinking your home has no clutter. Little do they know you just threw everything in those cubbies before they arrived. 😈
A frameless mirror in a trendy amorphous shape that looks so ~aesthetic~ when artfully arranged behind your luxe candles, eau de parfums, and serums.
A set of removable tile decals you can slap on over tired stairs. They look like legit tiles sourced from Portugal or Morocco but they take less than 10 minutes to apply.
An eclectic eight-drawer dresser with plenty of room for those jeans you don’t wear anymore but can’t bring yourself to donate.
A delicate canopy bed that’ll make you feel like a queen in her castle even if you actually live in a one-bedroom apartment *in* Queens.
A minimalist knot pillow you can delicately place in front of the twelve others already on your bed. If you’re a Pillow Person™ like me, this’ll make total sense. If you’re a hater like my BF, it won’t, but I don’t care!
A three-drawer jewelry box that’s so trendy, it doubles as decor. I’m v, v into acrylic furniture and if you’re looking to dip your toe into the trend, this is an affordable foray.
A matching decanter and glass set so you can give your bar cart a little glow up. Not saying those Guinness glasses you “borrowed” from your favorite bar aren’t cute, but maybe keep them in a closed cabinet?
A mirrored console table that’ll reflect a ton of light and make any room look larger. Thank youuuu optical illusions.
A wireless library light you can position over your impressive book collection or favorite family portrait. This thing costs less than 30 bucks but it’ll transform your den into a museum-worthy exhibit.
An inexpensive area rug capable of tying an entire room together and hiding that one scratched floorboard that was already there when you moved in.
And a ceramic vase with abstract etched faces that catch the eye and hold it. Use it as a centerpiece on your dining room table or on an entryway console where it can compliment your trinket tray and other accessories.
You convincing your partner that buying ~20 or so new things is totally reasonable.
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