Psst, there are under-$50 options on this list — I pinky promise.
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A mirrored bar cart where you can artfully arrange all of your spirits, mixers, and muddlers. If you want to get really Khloe Kardashian with it, you can even organize lemon and lime slices in little glass jars just like she does her Oreos.
A minimalist knot pillow you can delicately place in front of the twelve others already on your bed. If you’re a Pillow Person™ like me, this’ll make total sense. If you’re a hater like my BF, it won’t, but I don’t care!
A linen bedding set that delivers the lived-in look you’ve long been drooling over. If you’re anything like me, having a matching set will also serve as motivation to actually make your bed each morning.
An acrylic coffee table so crystal clear, future guests will assume you’re *really* on top of your cleaning. To the same point — reviewers suggest placing at least a coffee table book or two on top or you could walk straight into it!
Or a farmhouse-style coffee table that conceals two super-spacious drawers. Use them for throw blankets, pillows, or just the random ish that seems accumulate day to day (me looking @ the Taco Bell hot sauce packets on my coffee table rn).
A minimalist vase you can fill with a few sprigs of dried eucalyptus or just use like a lil’ sculpture. That H&M one the entire internet loves has basically been sold out forever but this is a great alternative.
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.
A eucalyptus sheet set that could easily pass as silk. You know that feeling of when you shave your legs, lotion up, and then crawl into bed? That’s what these sheets feel like 24/7 even if you haven’t bought a razor since pre-quarantine times.
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.
An inexpensive area rug capable of tying an entire room together and hiding that one scratched floorboard that was already there when you moved in.
A mid-century modern fabric decal you can peel and stick to any wall that needs a lil’ something. They come in a bunch of sizes that work well behind benches, beds, TVs, you name it, so if you’ve been seeing the trend on TikTok but can’t paint your space, this affordable option gives you the same look.
A plug-in wall sconce you can post up over the side of your bed — no electrical work necessary. If sitting upright in bed to read a book under the light of your new fixture doesn’t make you feel fancy, idk I can help you.
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.
A brass linen tower you can pile high with bath sheets, washcloths, and face towels or use to display your 30-strong succulent collection.
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).
A set of assorted air plants that don’t require much care, but look so good, people will assume they’re waited on hand and foot.
An Our Place Always Pan that can do just about everything and eliminate a few extra dishes in the process. If it could wash itself, there’d truly be no stopping it.
A Chinese fan palm that — like you —thrives in low light and with little water. Better yet, the ~dramatic~ plant is non-toxic so if your pet is tempted to take a lil’ nibble, you won’t have to deal with a $2,000 vet bill.
A ready-made gallery wall with eight frames and matching prints because if you’re anything like me, you LOVE the look but get super anxious thinking about curating one on your own.
A glass-top dinner table that looks super luxe but costs less than $130, saving you plenty of extra $$$ for takeout (support your local restaurants, guys!).
A modern desk chair that won’t put too much strain on your wallet or your back. I mean, just look at that cactus green faux velvet…
You willing your savings account to go up a zero or two so you can refurnish your whole home:
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