40 Pieces Of Furniture And Decor So Dang Good, People Will Wonder If Bobby Berk Designed Your Home
And just so we're clear from the jump – that includes *affordable* items, too.
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1. A Samsung Frame TV you can switch from 90 Day Fiance to a piece of renaissance art before visitors arrive.
2. A modernist dining table with two circular holes I want to army crawl through like I'm a 5-year-old in a McDonald's play place. Of course, this beaut deserves to serve magazine-worthy five-course meals, not just number one combos.
3. A wooden cutting board where you can craft a killer charcuterie board for any guests who come through to see your new decor. Leave a cheese cloth out on your counter and they may even think you made the mozzarella by hand...
5. A tasseled throw you can cuddle up underneath when the world is just too much to bear. Then, when you're done, you can artfully arrange it on the arm of your sofa.
Promising review: "I ordered the black background with white nubbys. Arrived timely and packaged well. It is beautiful and exactly as described. It is light weight and really not suitable for snuggling up and keeping warm, but I will be using it on my bed as accent decor only, so it is perfect!" —Baby It's Cold Outside
Get it from Amazon for $22.49+ (available in four colors).
6. A ready-made collage set with your choice of three or five frames and a modern hanging beam because if you're anything like me, you LOVE the look but get super anxious thinking about curating one on your own.
7. A magazine/book rack where you can display the titles you *want* people to think you read. The New Yorker, Architectural Digest, and National Geographic? Why yes, ::adjusts bowtie:: I am that well-read.
Promising review: "I didn’t want anything too bulky on my nightstand but I like to have several books I like to read in bed. I previously had them stacked on top of each other and found this and was afraid it might be cheaply made but it is sturdy and beautiful! I’m such a bookworm and I am in love with this added piece to my room." —Stephy Lynn
Get it from Amazon for $16.99+ (available in five finishes).
8. A stark white duvet cover sure to make your space feel uber bright and clean even if there's a week's worth of laundry hiding on the side of your bed.
9. A Gatsby-esque velvet headboard with two built-in side tables so you have a place to put your drink that isn't the floor!
10. A bar cart/serving trolley perfect for showing off your collection of fine crystal (read: extremely cute $2 glasses you found at a thrift store).
11. A Grecian bust table lamp you can use to illuminate your space as you dive into the new period drama you just picked up. See you in nine hours, outside world!
12. A vintage-inspired doormat with hexagonal tiles you can arrange into any saying your please – PG or X-rated.
13. A plug-in wall sconce so you don't have to use your cellphone flashlight to find the remote that's lost in your duvet for the fifth time tonight. Plus, it doesn't require any electrical work! Just plug it in and you're good to go.
14. Or a set of shaded, antique-looking wall sconces under which you can thumb through the latest copies of Elle, Marie Claire, and Vogue like the Parisienne you wish you were.
15. An acrylic dry erase board if you've got a long list of to-dos but hanging up a run-of-the-mill, aesthetic-ruining calendar or notepad isn't one of them.
16. A decorative Victorian-esque mirror that's sure to be the absolute highlight of any gallery wall they've already got going or have plans to start.
17. A live edge teak floating shelf so stunning, you really don't even need to put anything on it. Ofc, that is not the point of a shelf, so go ahead — gather up your most precious knickknacks for all to see!
18. A minimalist knot pillow you can delicately place in front of the 12 others already on your bed. If you're a Pillow Person™ like me, this'll make total sense. If not, just keep quiet and keep scrolling.
19. A contemporary wire sculpture that takes up little space but makes a major impact no matter where it's placed.
20. 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!
21. A set of airy linen curtains that'll provide ample privacy but also let in ALL the light so you don't feel like you live in a cave. If you've been dying for linen ones but just don't have the budget, these are the next best thing.
I have these in white and I just adore them. They let in SO much light (but still offer privacy) and I love that they have visible texture. I was originally searching for real linen curtains but didn't want to shell out the $$$. When I found these, I wasn't really expecting much but thought I'd give them a shot and wow — the quality is pretty incredible given the price. They're also rather lightweight. I have them strung up on a $2 rod I got at Ikea and so far so good!
Get a set from Amazon for $15.99+ (available in six lengths and seven colors).
22. 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.
23. 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.
24. A set of upholstered dining room chairs I could honestly stare at for a good hour. The rattan! The velvet! The cantilevered design! ::swoon::
25. A floating desk that takes up ~zero~ floor space because it mounts to the wall instead! Now that's what I'm talking about.
26. An upholstered headboard in basically every print imaginable. I know you think I'm hyperbolizing, but it literally comes in 129 different styles.
27. A backless counter-height bar stool with a comfy saddle seat where you can park your butt when it's time for breakfast. If only your oven popped out fresh blueberry muffins all on its own.
28. A leaning desk that might just convince you to stop working from bed. Sure, it doesn't have the benefit of six pillows and a duvet, but your spine won't be bent like a cheese curl and you can actually show your background on Zoom.
29. And in a similar style — a minimalist-meets-industrial bookshelf where you can display your succulents, tchotchkes, and all of the books you've bought but never cracked open. One day you'll get to them!!
30. A set of three modern pillow covers that are different but complimentary, and look like you bought each of them individually and thoughtfully to make sure they all suited each other. Ofc looks are deceiving and the reality is much simpler — they come in a pre-curated pack.
31. An Article Timber sofa with buttery soft cushions that visitors will instantly sink into. I'm serious, I mean instantly.
32. A bouquet of dried pampas grass that totally nails the au natural, bohemian look you've been longing to achieve. Plus, you don't have to water them! Win win.
33. An ornate Anthropologie mirror so pretty, you'll not only take copious selfies with it, but also a slew of photos of it.
Promising review: "I had this mirror in the back of my mind for years until I decided to finally get it. It is even more beautiful in person for sure. The look of my house changed completely, it is a show stopper, I cant even tell you all the amazing things other that IT IS WORTH EVERY SINGLE PENNY." —Anthropologie Reviewer
Get it from Anthropologie for $498+ (available in four sizes and finishes).
34. A trio of tapered brass candle holders that will look smart as ever on your mantel. Light 'em up and they'll be even more impressive.
35. A eucalyptus shower bunch to make your bathroom feel like a straight-up spa. If you have guests coming over, leave the shower curtain open just a ~smidge~ so they can admire your incredible taste (and the fragrance, obvi).
Charlotte, North Carolina-based Etsy shop Eucalyptus Blooms sells all sorts of fragrant products from scented potpourri and sachets to lavender-infused loofahs and soaps.
Promising review: "So impressed! It made such a difference in my shower. It was a major upgrade to the space and the experience. Arrived in great condition and looks just like pictures. Plus the included hook made for quick, easy and sturdy hanging. Highly recommend!" —Tara Finkelstein
36. A three-tier Open Spaces shoe rack with more personality than some people I've met. (If we've met, just assume this isn't about you, okay?) But in seriousness, it offers ample space for all of the kicks that have been littering your bedroom floor.
37. A reclined lounge chair you can sink into as you load up Netflix to watch the latest season of Queer Eye.
38. A peel-and-stick vintage-inspired floral wallpaper that can completely transform your drab kitchen in a matter of hours. Bonus: It's beginner-friendly if you're a total wallpaper newb.
Koko Art is a Miami-based small biz specializing in murals, decals, and wallpaper.
Promising review: "Amazing quality! It was a two-person job for me, but well worth it! Completely changed the vibe of my apartment!" —Holly Mayo
39. A woven basket that not only looks cute, but is deep enough to hide every item you've been too lazy to actually put away. Shoes, cords to your electronics, random unmatched socks, and that stack of mail you *swear* you'll eventually go through can all be hidden at the bottom of this bad boy!
Promising review: "Baskets are beautiful, sturdy, and very multi-purpose. After I got the first one, I liked it so much I went back and ordered several different styles and sizes. Lovely in my home; these would also make really nice gifts." —Dawn J.
Get it from Amazon for $25.99+ (available in two sizes and three colors).