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    52 Pieces Of Furniture And Decor That Basically Say "Why Yes, I Am A Sophisticated Adult"

    It's time for an upgrade.

    1. A Dali clock to show off your love for Dali and surrealist art. Plop this cool clock on any flat surface and wow your guests and yourself alike.

    Reviewer's Dali clock is displayed on a bookcase

    2. Toile peel-and-stick wallpaper with a country life theme. Look, we know that wallpaper is for, well, walls, but who says you can't do more with it? Scrapbooking, upcycling old furniture...you have so many options.

    3. A Novogratz sofa upholstered in a creamy faux leather that folds down into a bed. Hosting houseguests is wonderful but sleeping on a couch is not, so get yourself a futon that does both so you can be the host with the most.

    The Novogratz futon is shown in a creamy brown faux leather

    4. A 1,000-piece butterflies puzzle that's so pretty you'll want to frame it after you're done.

    5. A minimalist-meets-industrial bookshelf to show off your collection of books or artfully display your favorite plants, tiny sculptures, and other important knickknacks.

    6. An extremely classy Diana The Huntress bust for bumping up the elegance in your home. It's 12" tall and can be used as an art piece or, you know, somewhere to place your headphones when you're not using them.

    7. A galvanized-metal pitcher with major vintage vibes. Use it to arrange a recently picked bouquet, or just pick one up from Trader Joe's and call it a day.

    the blue rustic pitcher holding a bouquet of flowers

    8. A pair of Louis XVI-style dining chairs for ultimate Parisian vibes. Several reviewers remarked that they "look way more expensive than they are," which is awesome because this style of chair usually goes for thousands of dollars.

    9. A colorful sofa with a tufted seat that effortlessly blends a boho style with modern lines. It's 84" long — aka 7 feet — so you can actually stretch your legs all the way out and take a much-deserved nap.

    A blush pink, velvet sofa displayed in a living room with accent pillows and a throw blanket on top

    10. An étagère for displaying all your objets d'art. If you're a collector of beautiful things — from frames to vases to knickknacks to books — make sure your collection has a proper home where it can be shown off.

    Reviewer's display case shows off a collection of items

    11. A velvet statement chair to make your work station look super posh. Is it an office chair? Sure! Is it a chair for your morning beauty routine? Absolutely! It's that versatile.

    Reviewer's pink velvet chair for their desk

    12. A decorative box with major Art Deco vibes. Reviewers say it "looks way more expensive" than it is, and use it to store everything from jewelry to miscellaneous items like remote controls.

    Reviewer photo shows the box resting on a table next to a sofa.

    13. A tufted headboard to add a soft touch to your bedroom without investing in a completely upholstered (and therefore more expensive) bed frame. Because relaxing in bed isn't quite as comfy when your back is literally against the wall.

    Reviewer's headboard in white is shown

    14. A super thin electric fireplace that's designed to mount directly on the wall, no construction required. It comes with a remote control that lets you adjust the flame colors and speed, and set a timer.

    Reviewer's faux fireplace is placed on a living room wall

    15. Some gold and velvet barstools to add instant glam to any kitchen. The foot rail is a nice touch — how many times have you sat at a barstool and awkwardly had your feet dangle off a foot from the floor?

    Reviewer's navy blue and gold bar stools are shown in the kitchen

    16. A trio of ceramic vases for beautifully and artfully displaying small bouquets or bigger stems. Use these to add a touch of soft elegance to your space.

    Reviewer's trio of vases are displayed on a book

    17. A velvet ottoman that proves even an ottoman can be fabulous. The gold piping, the gold tassels...oh my!

    18. A 100% jute rug for giving any room a farmhouse look. Natural rugs like this are super soft underfoot and are easy to spot clean, so they last a really long time.

    Reviewer's circular rug is shown in the dining room

    19. A roman bust that's one part glam and one part punk rock. It'll add a level of sophistication to any space without being too stuffy.

    20. A faux olive tree, which plant stylists agree is the trendy tree right right now (sorry, fiddle leaf fanatics!). It looks so real that you might accidentally pick the olives and try to eat them.

    Reviewer's faux olive tree is in a living room

    21. A velvet ottoman to add a pop of color to your interior, especially if you play it safe with warm neutrals or lots of grays. Interior designers agree: adding a touch of color through small furniture and decor is one of the easiest ways to jazz up a room without going overboard.

    A square-shaped ottoman that fits into sleek gold leg frames

    22. A wireless library light you can position over your impressive book collection or favorite piece of art. It's battery-powered and has both cool and warm light options.

    23. Embrace your inner mermaid with a gorgeous velvet seashell chair. The tufted back means it'll stay firm and styled forever, and its big cushy seat will be perfect for lounging for hours at a time.

    A cream colored chair sits in front of a fireplace

    24. A faux-marble desk with sleek lines and hairpin legs that will seriously upgrade your home office setup. Sad fact: Real marble is actually incredibly porous (aka it stains super easy), so a faux marble finish is actually way more practical since you can easily wipe off messes and spills.

    Reviewer's desk is in the corner of a living room

    25. A sleek ceramic planter if your home's aesthetic is sophisticated minimalism. Seriously, this thing gives off major Japandi vibes, which is one of the biggest interior design trends of 2021.

    Reviewer's simple white planter has a snake plant in it

    26. A golden metal end table with a charcoal-gray top that's big enough for storing all your bedside essentials. The tabletop has a lip that curves upward around the edge, so if you ever spill snacks or liquids it won't make a mess on the floor.

    The circular table in a gold metallic tone holding a small flower pot, glasses, and a photo frame

    27. A splurge-worthy Frida Kahlo-inspired hand-painted chair upholstered in velvet and finished with gold. A set of these eye-catching chairs would look perfect around a dining table or sitting solo in front of your desk.

    28. A brass floor lamp designed to provide illumination for reading. It has an LED lightbulb, so you'll likely never have to replace it (LED bulbs have a lifespan of 20,000 hours).

    Reviewer's lamp hangs over a reading chair

    29. A three-tiered plant shelf for displaying your favorite houseplants. Interior plant stylists say that it's best to style houseplants in groups of three, so this does the work for you.

    The black marble and metal plant stand displays three plants

    30. A faux-marble coffee table that pairs two of the most popular materials in interior design right now: marble and brass. It's trendy AND timeless.

    Reviewer's picture of the marble-top round table with gold legs

    31. A pendant light with major mid-century modern vibes. It's a great option for above dining tables or kitchen islands.

    Reviewer's chandelier is shown close up

    32. A minimal wall hanging to add some flavor to an otherwise blank wall. The neutral tones won't be overbearing, but the shapes make it a focal point.

    a neutral-colored wall hanging

    33. A velvet-upholstered accent chair with an ottoman that slides right underneath it when not in use. Its compact size means it's great for homes that are short on space.

    Reviewer's chair is in a corner of a room and a tiny dog is standing on it

    34. An aromatherapy eucalyptus shower/bath pouch to hang in your bathroom. The steam from your bath or shower will activate the eucalyptus oil and give you a wonderful, spa-like experience that can help with sinus and congestion relief.

    a eucalyptus shower pouch hanging from a bathtub's handle valve

    35. A three-drawer accent dresser with mirrored fronts for a touch of drama. Sooooo many nightstands are just a table with a small drawer, but what if you have actual stuff you need to store? Here's your solution, people!

    The wooden three-drawer table with mirrored drawers geometric accents

    36. A wooden beaded garland to have some fun with around the house. Wrap it around a vase, casually style it on a coffee table, do whatever! It's just cool.

    37. An antique-inspired mirror that's super romantic. Because it's plastic, it's super lightweight, so no need for heavy-duty hardware when it comes to hanging it — some folks just use tape.

    38. A brass and aged leather storage rack and hooks for keeping things organized and pretty.

    The brass hanger and hook is displayed on a wall

    39. A mid-century modern cement planter with leaves carved into it. Soooo many planters are earth tones (which is fine!), but it's nice to see something that will add a pop of color.

    Reviewer's pink planter with etched leaves has a leafy plant in it

    40. A very pretty duvet-and-sham set covered in botanicals like yellow flowers and green leaves. Each piece is 100% cotton, which is a highly breathable fabric and won’t hold in heat like polyester and other synthetics.

    Reviewer's photo shows the duvet on a bed in a bedroom

    41. A compact round glass and gold bar cart designed for those with limited space. This small but mighty cart has racks for bottles or stemware underneath the top shelf, built-in storage for three bottles on the bottom shelf, and casters that can lock when you're done moving it around.

    Reviewer's bar cart sits in the corner of a dining room and is holding various liquor bottles and barware

    42. A panel of velvet blackout curtains that prove you don't have to sacrifice aesthetic for practicality. These window treatments will block out 75% of sunlight and help reduce your electricity bill because you won't need to blast the air conditioning as much. Plus, they're machine-washable (you never know!).

    43. And an adjustable gold curtain rod to elevate your window game even further. Reviewers comment on how sturdy they are — perfect for heavier-than-usual window treatments.

    44. A set of three modern pillow covers that come as a set but are different enough that people will think you bought them individually. The neutral tones mean they look good year round, too!

    45. A 24-piece cocktail set to set the bar high when it comes to your barkeeping style. There's a lot of pieces to this set, and each one has a special place in the holder, so you won't have to sift through a drawer looking for the corkscrew next time you want to crack open a bottle of vino.

    Reviewer's bar set is shown

    46. A pair of colorful lamps for adding a pop of color without going overboard. The easiest way to incorporate color into your home is through accessories like lighting, pillows, and throws.

    Reviewer's lamps sit on a mirrored console table

    47. A tiny abstract sculpture to dress up small areas like bookshelves and desks, without breaking the bank.