A convertible sofa with curved armrests and slanted legs that’ll give your home some mid-century modern appeal AND your guests somewhere stylish to sit and sleep – all without sacrificing valuable space.
A leafy indoor/outdoor rug to bring a touch of tropical flair to literally any space in your home.
An industrial-style kitchen cart that’ll up both your storage and prep space. The three tiers offer spots to stash your most-used items and work on your knife skills, while the four casters – two of which have breaking functions – let you wheel the cart around wherever you want.
A multi-tiered plant stand to give your green babies somewhere comfortable to grow. The three shelves can also be used for knickknacks or storage, and the twisting legs give the whole piece tons of visual interest.
A set of two nesting coffee tables, because sometimes you just need the option to expand. Each table has hairpin legs for that distinctive mid-century look, and they can be used either separately or together, depending on your needs.
A pair of gold table lamps equipped with USB ports, so you can charge your phone or tablet without having to plug it in all the way across the room. The switch for the lamp is on the base, too, meaning no more scrambling under the lampshade looking for a switch you can’t see.
A round, faux leather storage ottoman, because out of sight doesn’t have to mean out of mind. Sit on it, use it as a foot rest, give yourself some extra surface space – and then, when you need an extra blanket or pillow, lift off the top and grab what you need. No muss, no fuss.
A geometric bookshelf that’s anything but square, because your office (or bedroom, or living room, or wherever) deserves to have some attention lavished on it, too. The five shelves give you ample space to stash anything from trinkets to your favorite books – and they do it with style.
A ladder-style desk with clean lines, because minimalism is in. This small space-friendly workstation mounts to the wall for extra sturdiness, while its two additional shelves make sure that everything you need stays close by – perfect for Getting Stuff Done.
A storage bench with three drawers and a shelf with three slide-out baskets, so you’ve got a place to sit down while you take your shoes off, AND a place to store them afterwards. I actually own this bench, and I can attest that it is both dead useful and looks terrific. I keep it in my dining area, which, as a bonus, means it can even be used for additional seating when my dining table’s leaf is extended.
A compact, yet eye-catching console table that’s perfect for small spaces. The multiple tiers can be used to display photos and as storage for important things like your keys (never get locked out again!), while the inverted triangle shape looks just different enough to give your entryway “I’m Not Like Other Entryways, I’m A Cool Entryway” vibes.
A bright blue end table with built-in storage space, because you’ve got to stash your favorite magazines and books somewhere, right?
A cushy accent chair to add that coveted pop of color to your home without compromising on comfort. It’s extra sturdy, thanks to the solid wood frame; it also swivels 360 degrees, making it perfect as a desk chair OR a living room accent.
A baker’s rack complete with wine bottle storage, because your vino is just as important as your spice collection. With three tiers and some useful hanging hooks, this iron-framed rack is up for any challenge; heck, you could even use it as a coffee bar, if you feel so inclined.
A TV stand/media console with farmhouse appeal, so your tech-savvy accessories will still match your cottagecore aesthetic. Shelves aplenty hold everything from gaming consoles to DVDs, while two sliding, barn-style doors let you hide or show off your stuff as you see fit.
An abstract wood side table so you can set your coffee down somewhere unique. Due to natural wood grain color variation, each one of these side tables has its own grain color, finish, and knots. How’s that for individualistic?
A rectangular coffee table with a faux marble top, because your living room absolutely deserves to live its best, most glam life. The two-tiered table gives you a little extra storage or display space on the bottom, too.
An industrial-chic hall tree that’s so well equipped, it will transform the space beside your front door into a full-on battle station. Handily outfitted with five hooks, six shelves, shoe storage, and a bench to sit on while you get ready to go, this all-in-one piece will make sure you’re ready to tackle the day – no item left behind.
Or, a wall-mounted coat rack – because you still need to keep yourself organized as you’re running out the door, even if you don’t have space for a full hall tree. Five hooks hold your favorite coats, while three cubby-style shelves provide spots for your keys, your gloves, and whatever else you like to keep on hand.
A velvet-upholstered chaise lounge that’ll bring some ~drama~ to your living space. Who needs a couch when you can have an old-timey fainting couch instead? Bonus: This cushy, classic seat is terrific for mid-afternoon naps.
A floor lamp with two étagère shelves, so you can display a few objets d’art while you light up your life. And if you’re into ~mood lighting~, the three-way switch lets you adjust the brightness level while you’re at it.
A rustic blanket ladder to keep your prettiest, coziest blankets close by and on display. The witch’s cottage vibes are strong with this natural wood piece.
A mid-century modern-style filing cabinet so you can keep all your files in order. The three-drawer tower sits on angled legs, giving it an infinitely more interesting look than your standard metal filing cube.
A reversible sectional you can re-orient whenever you like. This three-seater includes an ottoman you can switch around from side to side – or even position in the middle, if you feel like it. Indecisiveness, begone!
A convertible chair that’s perfect for reading or napping. By day, it’s a unique-looking place to perch with strong lines and a comfortable pillow – but by night, it unfolds into a twin-sized bed.
A three-panel room divider you can use to divvy up your space. The rice paper panels allow light to pass through with ease, keeping the room from feeling closed off while still providing some extra privacy. Roommates? Studio apartment living? No problem.
A lightweight, nine-drawer dresser that’s so easy to move around, you could put it just about anywhere – bedrooms, closets, laundry rooms, entryways, wherever. The frame is steel and the drawers are fabric, making for a sleek piece with an almost endless array of functions.
A versatile full-length mirror to give your space the illusion of being huge. Lean it up against a wall; stand it up with the included bracket; or even hang it vertically or horizontally on the wall – it’s up to you. Talk about flexibility.
A cute lil’ bar serving cart that’ll keep the party going, no matter where you are. If you’re lucky enough to have a patio, deck, or balcony, the wheels on this handy, acacia wood cart will enable you to wheel your drinks from the kitchen outside with ease.
And a colorful lounge chair and ottoman set, because putting your feet up should be fun and relaxing. It’s not super duper plush, but this sleek, mid-century modern duo will add some Mad Men-style flair to your living room, book nook, or wherever. Go on. Embrace your inner Peggy Olson.
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