7 Decor Items That Make Your Home Look More Expensive In Seconds

7 Decor Items That Make Your Home Look More Expensive In Seconds

Between the seasonal cleaning and our busy, almost-back-to-normal schedules, nobody has time to redecorate—let alone shop for furniture, paint the walls, or look for a new rug to tie your living room together. But you can make a huge difference in your space with just a few small decor swaps. Ahead, find seven items that’ll make your home look more expensive in five seconds flat—plus a bonus pick for your car.

Large Ceramic Tray

This slender ceramic tray holds your precious oils and serums in style. It’s designed to protect your surfaces from oily drips and makes cleanup a breeze, and the skinny profile means it fits neatly inside the tiniest medicine cabinet, narrowest shelf, or smallest vanity.

Amber Glass Bottles

Here’s every organiser's best styling trick: Decant your favourite products into glass amber bottles to reduce both plastic waste and visual clutter. Use our DIY Labels to decant your shampoo and conditioners, body wash, bath salts, dish soap, hand soap and our new refill concentrates to give your shelves a more uniform look. We also recommend the use of a small funnel to make decanting easier.

Brass Funnel

Our chic, solid brass funnel is an essential kitchen tool for your zero-waste life. It’s the perfect size for decanting wine, liquids, soaps, bulk spices, grains or oils—keep it handy for refilling our bottles, too. It's utility with a luxurious twist!

Turkish Throw Blanket

This super-soft, reversible Turkish towel is chic enough to use as a sarong or lightweight shawl and sturdy enough to use as an everyday bath towel, gym towel or beach blanket. It gets softer and more absorbent with every wash, and you'll get compliments every time you use it!

Soapstone Smudge Bowl

This is a small stone bowl with BIG style. It looks good just sitting there, empty, but we also use it for burning sage bundles or Palo Santo sticks to clear bad energy (and smells) from the air. They look gorgeous grouped in sets of 3 or more. When you're not burning scent, use them as a gorgeous soap dish in the bathroom, or to hold rings, earrings, necklaces and even loose change on your bedside table or dresser.

Alabaster Jar

Our minimalist soapstone jar is the chicest storage solution we've found. We love to store cotton swabs, bobby pins, and other tiny bathroom necessities inside.

Car Diffuser

As a fun bonus outside the house, hang this elegant art deco car diffuser on your dash for a touch of quiet sophistication.