A reusable roller dog hair removerthat’ll have you toss your old sticky roller after you see how much fur this reusable one (it has a sturdy brush system) picks up off your beloved couch that both you and your dog basically live on.
Floating bookshelves can help you get the library of your dreams without having to cull your beloved tomes for the sake of space or find the perfectly sized wall-size bookshelf.
A Diana the Huntress bust because no one else will be as lucky as that person who found a freaking priceless Roman bust at a Texas Goodwill for $34.99. But you can snag this *new* treasure for less than that. (I swear I’m not bitter that it didn’t happen to me.)
And while we’re on the subject of pretty stuff, a Selenite skyscraperto dress up any ol’ bookshelf or tabletop. (It’s going to look like you spent close to $50 on it!!! And I say that because I recently saw one in a boutique priced that.)
A faux-sheepskin rug you can throw on your ugliest arm chair and turn into your throne where you’ll wield the most important of decisions, like which series to binge-watch this weekend.
A plant-watering birdthat’ll keep your plant babes hydrated and looking like their best selves, even if you currently can’t be described in that way.
A hanging frame helper so you can finally get all your wall art up and make it feel like home without eyeballing it. (You can only lean so many frames prints against the wall as a “look.”)
A guided gallery wall kit to help fill up that blank wall that’s been bothering you a bit. It comes with seven frames, a hanging template, hardware, and some pretty black-and-white prints you can use as placeholders ’til you figure out which pics will go in this place of honor.
A rainbow prism suncatcher to easily hang indoors or out to refract sunlight and make your living room look even cooler.
A carpet cleaner will transform all sorts of soft surfaces in your home BESIDES your carpet (though it’ll do amazing work there too). Turns out, you don’t need to buy a new couch after all.
Plus an Angry Orange pet odor eliminator for erasing all the visual (and smelly) evidence of pet accidents on flooring and furniture. You don’t need a new chair. You just need this.
A password book you should fill out IN PENCIL because who can keep up with all those passwords you constantly have to change and apparently are not strong enough for the robots unless it has something like 29478495734592713 on the end. No more temper tantrums (at least over this) on the living room couch.
NoNo Brackets, aka curtain rod brackets that fit onto your existing blinds so that you don’t have to fool with drilling any holes and having to spackle them later or (!!!) get charged when you move out of your rental.
A leather conditionerthat’ll revive your leather goods *even* as large as a leather couch! Welcome to your next project while you catch up on the latest ep of your fave true-crime podcast!
A velvet slipcover can give your ragged old couch a completely new look. Plus, the slipcover comes with straps to keep it in place so you don’t have to fuss with it all the time.
Abookish disguise will tidy up a modem-y mess as a decorative touch that’s more useful than anyone could expect.
Lighted curtains you can layer with some sheer curtainsfor an ethereal look on the reg. Staying inside and getting your money’s worth on your rent or mortgage is going to feel way more glamorous. Still not like getting out of town. But v cool!
A six-outlet wall charger that’ll comfortably fit all the chargers you require. Plus! it has two USB fast-charging ports *and* a night-light.
And an electrical outlet cover with a power strip so you can take full advantage of your square footage in your living room and scoot your couch flush with the wall. Just a few inches can make a big difference!
Acombo floor lamp/side table small enough to fit into the tightest of corners where you need some extra reading light and a place to set your coffee mug.
A stick-on, USB-powered LED light strip can help improve your TV-watching experience by bringing in a bit of ambient light to your personal theater.
Plus some light-blocking curtains that’ll enhance your entertainment experience even more. Plus they’ll help maintain your ideal indoor temp!
And some pleated fabric shades for making your place look extra polished while adding some privacy and shade to your rooms that get ALLLL the natural light.
Or a dozenremote-control candlesthat are *also* waterproof so you can put them for your window for some major ambience without worrying about a fire hazard or dripping wax.
OR a candle warmer attractive enough to leave out in the open when not in use. Plus! It works with a jarred candle *or* wax melts.
Faux-wood beams to add some extra character to your ceilings at a lighter weight and budget.
Stain-lifting pads can tackle the icky pet stains on your wall-to-wall beige carpeting that Past You thought was a great idea.
Plus a bottle of non-toxic Folex Carpet Spot Remover will make all sorts of horrific stains disappear quickly. *And* there’s no rinsing or vacuuming involved.
A seashell light with a removable LED light so you can use it as a storage vessel if you so desire. What a way to convince yourself to get your money’s worth on your rent or mortgage leading up to your tropical getaway where you’ll be an IRL mermaid.
A decorative tray for *artfully* corralling items on your coffee table to make it look perfectly styled — even if the other thing on the coffee table is an open pizza box serving as your dinner plate. (We’ve all been there, I vacation there often.)
An upholstered chair (with a matching ottoman that stores underneath) for cushy seating in place of a huge couch in case you’re scared one would swamp your space.
A fireplace whitewashing kit for a transformation on the cheap. Don’t even LOOK up how much it’ll cost you for a new fireplace surround. Trust me.
A couch clip-on table made to fit on that side where there’s zero space to squeeze in a side table for your beverages and the remote. Shoutout to weird room layouts!
A fillable touch-up paint pen can help you make quick fixes on chipped paint in odd spots without going to absolute clown town with a roller and making a whole production of it.
A rotating shelfthat’ll let you easily display or cover up what it holds inside.
A drywall repair putty you can apply directly to unsightly holes in a small circular motion before painting over it. Your security deposit just texted: “Hey, you up?”
An electrical cord cover that’ll look like it’s just part of the decor while distracting from an unsightly lighting chain or cord.
A set of flame-retardant socket sealers that’ll help seal out the cold air that tends to leak inside through your outlets.
A Frankenottoman with built-in trays you can also use as a coffee table!
A red wine stain remover to keep on hand because, well, accidents happen! Now you can finally move your rug back how you like once that stain’s annihilated.