A framed canvas art if you’re new to décor and seeking the easiest way to beautify your home. It’ll not only dress up empty walls but also make your space look lived-in and personalized.
An artificial pothos because plants are sooo in right now, but if you’re not yet ready to tend to a living organism, try this realistic-looking faux plant that even *I’m* impressed with (and that’s coming from someone who owns a real pothos).
And an indoor ceramic planter for when you do decide to buy a real plant. This style is so in vogue right now, and you’ll find that it’ll brighten your space.
A wireless phone charger and organizer that *actually* makes your desk look more beautiful. Plus, it’s super functional, which is a combo that we love.
A decorative pillow with embroidered geometric patters that’ll be so eye-catching, it’ll actually start conversations. You can be like everyone else and buy a pillow with a solid print, or you can be ~different~ and get something that *pops*!
A set of two Novogratz dining chairs because if you admired the aesthetic from Mad Men, then this is the style for you: mid-century modern!
A throw blanket for adding a cozy flair to your couch. Plus, it’ll keep you warm when you’re lounging in the living room.
A floor mirror with a simple design and neutral finish, if you’re not yet sure what your aesthetic is — this is a timeless piece, so it’ll stick with whatever style you decide to go for.
A woven raffia basket to hang on your wall or place on your shelf, beautifying glaringly empty spaces.
A gold lamp with an artsy, perforated shade that’ll make your bedside table, desk, or end table look absolutely stunning.
An area rug for when you find yourself thinking, “Is it me or is there too much floor in this room?!” This’ll make your space look more stylish and your floors less bare.
A wood-base hanging planter because letting plants dangle from the ceiling is so in fashion right now, and I am *all* for it!
A stunning metal fruit bowl that’ll store your fresh produce while looking like a decorative centerpiece on your dining table. That’s right — even storage items can look ~pretty~.
An artsy bookend that’s a stylish alternative to the flimsy metal ones you can get from your local office store.
A very adorable egg-shaped candle with bunny designs on the outside. This piece’s vibrant color and floral scent will add spring vibes to your space.
A quilt with red peacock designs for when you find yourself wishing your room had a little bit more oomph! If you’re craving a bold piece to make your space look exciting, don’t shy away from this.
A Novogratz futon that’s not only aesthetically pleasing but also doubles as a sleeping area — simply pull down the back and — voilà! — an extra bed. Also, it’s not too large, perfect for small living rooms.
A pack of two hand towels because let’s not forget that the bathroom deserves a little beautifying, too! And an easy way to do that is as simple as buying stylish towels.
An ottoman that’ll brighten your room, thanks to the white sherpa seat and warm wooden legs. Place it in your bedroom, living room, or even the entryway.
A stoneware vase for adding a little sumthin’ sumthin’ to tables and desks that would otherwise look *too* empty. Leave it as-is or add flowers — whatever floats your boat!
A pineapple welcome mat so inviting, it’ll put you in a good mood every time you walk up to your front door.
A rattan basket for adding a boho or farmhouse accent to your living room. Aaand it’s also a great piece for storing items like blankets, pillows, or even a plant!
A bookshelf that I like for its dark color, sturdy construction, and manageable size (it fits in my small bedroom, and it was easy to transport when I moved). I’ve had it for three years, and it still holds up!
A trash can — just because it’s meant for garbage doesn’t mean it has to look like one. When it comes to making your space look stylish, every 👏 piece 👏 counts 👏.
A nonslip décor tray for adding antique vibes to your coffee table. It’s a great piece to hold other decorative items, like candles, vases, or figurines.
An end table that would make the perfect complementary piece to your couch. Add books, a plant, or other decorative items!
An accent chair for filling empty corners that have you saying, “Hm, this area feels like it *needs* something.”
A very aesthetically pleasing marble tray that’s so versatile, you can place it in any part of your home: the bathroom as a soap tray, the kitchen as a sponge holder, the entryway to hold keys, the bedroom to store jewelry — I could go on and on.
A wood-and-wire shelf desk if you enjoy unconventional pieces with an industrial flair. Plus, why buy two separate furniture when you can have it two-in-one?!
A wood chopping board that’s sooo pretty, it won’t ruin your aesthetic. In fact, it will *add* to your kitchen décor.