It pretty much goes without saying that if you care about what you put on your body, you probably care about what you choose to surround yourself with in your home. Tired of stalking Pinterest and home decor blogs for inspo and ready to make some purchases, but scared of that final bill reaching epic heights? That’s ok, we’ve done a bit of legwork for you, finding a whole heap of worthwhile, upgrade-worthy home goods that are decidedly less than crazily priced. Not bargain basement but not maxed-out-credit-card, these buys are stylish and smart. Click through for 10 great picks.
Talk about a serious upgrade—your lighting sitch is super important but likely an aspect of your space you've been neglecting.
$149 at CB2.
Let's Let It Go
Affirmations in the form of a statement wall-hanging? Yep.
$110 at Schoolhouse Electric.
Bedding Makes the Bed
If you don't know the joys of a well-curated bed situation, it's time to get familiar. This fabric we'd wear as a dress, so of course we'd elect to sleep on it.
$120 at Huset Shop.
Evoke that backstage-at-fashion-week vibe while also creating more usable space for your closet needs.
$69 at The Container Store.
This is sold as a vanity, but we could see it as a bedside table that works double duty.
$249.99 at PB Teen.
Pouf! More Seating
Forget a stodgy upholstered heirloom chair—this is what all your guests are going to want to lounge on when they come to visit. So weird, yet so comfy.
$149 at West Elm.
Bringing the outdoors in is an important aspect of decorating, and we love how this handmade hanging planter shows off the goods.
$95 at ABJ Glassworks.
Love how this grouping of bud vases totally changes the look of a floral centerpiece.
$22 at Jayson Home.
This rug is so fall-ready and we love how the big plaid brings comfort and intrigue to a room.
$149 at CB2.
Surprise, It's a Light!
We couldn't resist putting this kooky-yet-so-awesome light on the list. Astound guests (and you) everytime you turn it on.
$129 at Gretel Home.