7 Chic Things to Buy from Home Depot (No Tile, Paint or Roofing Included)
We had no idea that Home Depot is a huge clearinghouse for not just lumber and mulch but also, like, cute stuff—large and small—that we’d like to have in our homes. Since the selection is so wide, there’s not room in brick-and-mortar locations to display it all, but you can browse it all online. And there’s a value bonus: Home Depot will often ship its wares to your local store and you’ll skip the shipping costs.
In design circles, mango wood is the new black—every room needs a bit of it. A set of two trays ($88) with shimmering gold-tone interior and iron handles freshens up your coffee or entry table and keeps it tidy.
At more than two feet tall, this silver-leafed beveled mirror ($98) is a striking focal point to any room and looks great when arranged in multiples.
Glass Table Lamp
Transparent moments are key to making your home feel more airy and relaxing. We imagine a couple of these 30-inch table lamps ($120 each) flanking a couch or sitting atop bedside tables, ready to go with any concept you’ve got going on, from icy blue minimalism to pinky-orange antiquey.
Peel-and-Stick Shiplap Wallpaper
Be still our Joanna Gaines-loving heart. This already-sticky wallpaper looks like aged shiplap and is a snap to both put up and remove. No expensive installation and no lost security deposit once we leave our rental. It’s $39 for an 18-foot roll (pretty reasonable), so we’re loving it in an entranceway or as an accent wall in our bedroom.
Aluminum Side Chair
The Mighty Mouse of seating, this aluminum chair ($95) is endlessly versatile, fitting in everywhere from the patio (it’s weatherproofed) to the living room (it plays well with decor from modern to antique). And at only 13 pounds, it’s no sweat to try it out all over the manse.
Camo-Print Dip-Dye Rug
Who knew you were so edgy, Home Depot? This expressionistic, on-trend patterned rug comes in various sizes, including a cute runner ($82), and it mimics something you’d pay 400 times more for at The Rug Company.
All covered in taupe linen, including a wraparound baseboard and a nailhead-accented headboard, this queen bed is a beaut. Ringing in at $360, it’s the steal of the year.