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Pendant lamps really illuminate a space. Try something like this Thomas O’Brien brass globe from Circa Lighting for a sophisticated look.
These navy velvet ones from West Elm look more expensive than they are and really help pull the room together.
Foot traffic means inevitable wear and tear, so you don’t want to spend big bucks and have to worry about stains and spills. World Market is a secret spot for fabulous, affordable rugs (like this cowhide version) of all shapes, textures and colors.
A big ottoman like this tufted leather version? It's both functional and conversation-worthy. Or try something a bit cheekier, like this custom chrome-and-hide set by SF-based Vaughan Martin Design.
When putting together gallery walls, affordable art from Minted is great and will allow you to evolve your collection over time.
It’s worth spending on timeless items that will look sophisticated no matter how your tastes may change. Look for pieces like this mid-century Hollywood Regency dresser from Etsy.
We?re not going to lie: Home decorating doesn?t come cheap. And unless you have a design background, chances are you could use a little guidance.
That?s where the virtual design service Decorist comes in. It has a roster of designers on hand--including celeb designers like Tamara Honey, Will Wick and 30 Collins--who will create mood boards with product suggestions and written recommendations for how to reimagine your space.
Before you take the plunge, we asked four Decorist designers to share some general ground rules on where to splurge and scrimp. Check out our slideshow here. And, because we love you, we convinced Decorist to give you $20 off your first makeover (code: purewowsf).
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