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1. A mid-century-style tufted convertible sofa that folds down into a lounger or a sleeper bed, so you don't have to choose between great interior design and making Aunt Louise sleep on the floor.
2. A column floor lamp with built-in shelving, so you can store books, display collectibles, and spice up your room without installing bulky shelving.
3. A geometric trestle coffee table, because you need style and storage, and this has a sleek glass top, retro design touches, four open cubby areas, and two hidden side drawers.
5. A minimalist desk that combines farmhouse and industrial chic, with simple distressed wood shelving, exposed metal desk legs, and open storage areas.
6. A Kelly Clarkson Home square tufted ottoman with nailhead trim tufting, and wheels so you can fulfill all your Marie Antoinette design fantasies while also enjoying modern innovations.
7. A rustic wood lift-top coffee table, because the lid doesn't just reveal the table's interior storage space; it can also be used as a desk/ tray, to lessen back strain while you eat or work.
8. An oval end table, for any bedroom, living room, bathroom, or other spot crying out for some shabby chic.
9. A barrel chair that works equally well for cozy reading time, home theater marathons, and a relaxing evening playing Zoom Scrabble.
11. A minimalist five-drawer dresser, because there is literally no end to the kinds of items you can store inside these smooth-front, handle-less drawers: clothes, linens, craft supplies, dog toys, that toilet paper you've been stockpiling...
12. A fluffy bean bag chair with memory foam, so it'll support you instead of sagging. Plus, the cover has a handle, so moving it around the house is easier, less awkward, and less likely to end in an "owww, my back" moment.
13. A farmhouse-style entertainment console with six shelves worth of storage space and sliding barn doors, because the only thing better than having all your gaming and video equipment in one place is not having to look at it.
14. A wood and rice paper shoji-style room divider that can be used to split up work-from-home areas, provide structure in a studio apartment, or hide whatever you'd rather not stare at all day (litter boxes, furnaces, crafts projects you started six months ago but are seriously never going to finish).
15. A low bed frame with attached tufted headboard, so you can give any bedroom a chic, pulled together, boutique-hotel-style vibe.
16. A set of four scoop-back, upholstered side chairs, for when you want to bring a pop of vintage style to your dining room, living room, or wherever you just need a few more seats.
17. A mid-century-styled bookcase, because your collectibles will all look just a little bit cooler displayed on these geometric, honeycomb-style shelves.
18. A loveseat with flared arms and microsuede upholstery that adds an elegant touch to almost any design scheme.
19. A writing desk with angular shelves and built-in storage drawers (including a file drawer) that's basically an all-in-one home office.
20. An armoire with shelving and hanging space for homes without much closet space (or homes with plenty of closet space, that happen to all already be extremely full).
21. An upholstered bench with a flip-top for storage, so you can stow toys, blankets, or whatever needs to be stored, in an extremely stylish way.
22. A pair of vintage-style nightstands with farmhouse design touches, drawers, and open storage, because you need to store all your essentials in your nightstand, and you have a lot of essentials.
23. A stainless-steel daybed frame with scrollwork details that can be used as a guest bed, a couch, a nap zone, or just a place to get comfy and watch Selling Sunset for five hours.
24. A pair of floating wooden shelves in neutral colors, for spaces that could use a little decor, but not a full bookshelf or curio cabinet.
25. A retro, mid-century-style sideboard with two levels of shelving that can hold dishes, toys, board games, or anything else you desperately need to clean up off the floor.
26. A floor lamp for anyone looking to give their home a hint of industrial, steampunk chic. Plus, that pulley system isn't decorative — it can raise and lower the height of the bulb, making it a perfect match for any desk or reading chair.
27. A brightly colored end table, so you can have a pop of color in your bedroom, living room, or any room that's a little meh.
28. A waterproof credenza pet crate that blends seamlessly with your decor, creating extra storage space on top, and a safe place for your pet to sleep at night or chill while you're running errands below.
29. An entryway storage bench with nine hooks, two shelves, and a wooden bench — so you'll never have to look for a place to hang your coat, stow your umbrellas, or sit while you put on those awkward lace-up boots ever again.
30. A cable knit pouf that can be used as an ottoman, as a child's seat, or just as a design element in your groovy boho living room.
31. A sleek, geometric, glass-topped bar cart with wine bottle and wine glass holders, multiple storage levels, and locking wheels, so you can move it to the porch when you have guests, wheel it into the living room for a Friday night in, and stow it away when party time is over.
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