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1.A sleek nightstand to hold your bedroom essentials and a few books. The two-tier design means you can hide some stuff away in the fabric drawer, avoiding visible clutter and mess!
2.A mid-century modern tripod lamp that'll warm any minimalist's heart. The shade is an off-white color so it'll add an amber light to any room.
3.A tasseled rug to put at the foot of your bed or in your living room to combat icy floors this winter. It's medium pile, meaning it won't be a pain in the butt to vacuum and it'll be super durable against foot traffic.
4.An adorable lumbar pillow, because IMHO no bed or sofa can have enough pillows. The cover is a thick cotton weave, so yes, it will survive a wine spill or two.
5.A bar cart with leather handles so you have a chic place to serve drinks from come your holiday party. With wheels, it can be transferred into any room, but the wheel lock means you won't have to worry about it rolling away if an ~enthusiastic~ guest bumps into it.
6.Constellations peel-and-stick wallpaper so you can spice up any room, even if you are a renter. It's self-adhesive with no glue so you can reposition it if you feel like you've made a mistake. When you remove it, no residue will be left behind!
7.A set of floating wall shelves to increase your minimal storage space. You can use them in the bathroom for products and towels or in the kitchen for spices and ingredients.
8.White ceramic succulent pots, because every home is more lively and color with plants! Plus, succulents are literally so easy to take care of, the effort to keep them alive will be minimal. Each little pot has a drain hole and bamboo tray.
9.A flannel blanket with pom pom edges to drape over your bed or the back of your sofa for a bit of added warmth. It's just lightweight enough to sleep with and can be thrown in the washing machine when it starts to smell...smelly.
10.A Moroccan pouf that'll function as a footstool and standalone decor piece in a bedroom or living room. The leather material is durable, so it's ideal for homes with children.
11.A gold and glass coffee table to add a bit of glam to your living room. It's the perfect home for a vase, serving tray, and the television remote you can never seem to find.
12.Shell dining chairs that won't be bulky in your dining room, but will still be comfortable for guests. They can even be used in a home office, so consider them an ideal option for your home!
13.A velvet accent chair so you can create a little vignette moment in your bedroom. With memory foam padding, it'll provide a comfortable place to sit, but can also play home to all those clothes you never seem to put away in your closet once taken out.
14.Succulent art to hang on your walls if actually owning greenery makes you a wee nervous. It's an easy way to add color to otherwise bare white walls.
15.A home desk, because working from your bed hunched over your laptop is killing your productivity. Now you can finally have the little workspace you have always dreamed of.
16.A full-length leaning mirror made from shatter-proof glass so you won't have to deal with the fear of it falling in the middle of the night. There's also a built-in stand if you don't want to lean it against your bedroom wall.
17.A seersucker duvet set to upgrade your bedroom from dorm to adulthood. Your bed is essentially like your temple, so why not make sure it's as comfortable and plush as possible?
18.A mid-century modern planter so the fiddle leaf fig you've adopted and now consider a child has a proper home. The color and pattern mix make a fun decor addition to any room.
19.A wall ladder that'll hold extra throws, clothes, or towels. It can also expand width-wise to fit the exact size you want! It's a great way to utilize vertical space if you live in a smaller apartment.
20.A desk lamp so you can work late at night without keeping the overhead light on. Sometimes you need a softer light when you're pulling an all-nighter trying to get some things done before a deadline.
21.A faux fur stool to keep at the foot of your bed or in an entryway. Plus, the hairpin-styled legs keep the overall look delicate and are rather space-saving, instead of a bulkier option.
22.A rustic oversized clock that'll make Chip and Joanna Gaines proud, especially if hung over a farmhouse modern dining table.
23.A seagrass basket, because you should be able to upgrade from plastic storage bins to something much cuter. They're an excellent option of shoes or throws and are durable enough for everyday wear and tear. They can also be used to house larger plants!
24.Embroidered throw pillows to add to an entry bench or sofa that are a step up from your basic printed pillows. The embroidery will add texture and are a bit more elegant.
25.A Jonathan Adler decorative tray so you have a place to keep fine jewelry on top of your dresser. The colors are bright and attention-drawing, so even if it's used as mostly a decorative piece, it'll be a fun addition to your vanity.
26.And! A Jonathan Adler hourglass vase, because every home seems a bit brighter with flowers. It can act as a mantelpiece object or table centerpiece come the holiday season.
27.A colorful, geometric rug to brighten a room in a rather low commitment way. If you're hesitant to paint, adding pops of color via a rug or decor piece is great alternative. The pile is high, so it'll feel very plush underneath your feet.
28.A four-tier bookshelf for every knick knack and book you may be hoarding. Its clean-lined, industrial feel can easily fit into any decor style.