From DIY upgrades to easily-assembled pieces of furniture, these products require almost no time at all.
A stained glass corner piece that could beautify even the blandest, most boringly designed living room entryway. Every time you come home, you’ll feel like you’re entering a mythical palace built in your iconic image.
A pack of 24 mandala stencils you can use to personalize pretty much anything you can think of (wall decor, consoles, tabletops, etc.) and turn it into a giant art project.
A floating shelf that’ll look like minimalistic magic on your walls. It’ll be like you hired David Blaine as your interior decorator.
Or a floating circle shelf if you’re looking for something with a bit more versatility. You can use this to display small plants, knick-knacks, and pretty much anything else you’d ordinarily clutter a windowsill with.
A geometric bookend you can decorate with things like old photos or ticket stubs. You can even throw a dried flower on there to brighten up the display.
A surprisingly affordable abstract print rug — a lifesaver for people who are new to this whole adulting thing. Why did no one tell us growing up how expensive rugs were going to be???
A Muslin Comfort blanket so you can snuggle up under some temperature controlled fabric for a wonderfully cozy afternoon on the couch.
A sunburst wall mirror to hang over your couch or near an armchair so you can catch a quick glimpse of a superstar every time you plop yourself down for a bit of relaxation.
A sleek lift-top coffee table that’ll keep all of your board games, books and other fun distractions within arm’s reach. Even on nights you aren’t expecting guests, you can fill this thing with as many goodies as you need to entertain yourself.
And some hilarious Curb Your Enthusiasm coasters if you’ve become as anal about your coffee table as Larry David is about…well…everything.
A mini bottle of touch-up paint that’ll cover up small, cosmetic imperfections that may be visible on your walls or furniture (such as chips, scratches, stains, etc.).
A brick dyeing kit in case you’re lucky enough to have exposed brick in your home (such a cool look!) but aren’t keen on the color. This stuff chemically bonds with brick, stone, block, and mortar without ruining the texture of the surface.
A tabletop fireplace for anyone who’d like to convert their tiny apartment into the sort of lovely suburban house that’d actually come with a traditional fireplace.
A stylish yet subtle set of matte black candle holders that are discreet enough to suit a contemporary aesthetic despite featuring beautifully crafted mid-century pillars.
Or a sweet tea candle cleverly poured in a mason jar, inspired by the city of Charlestown, South Carolina. If you’re familiar with southern traditions, this fruity and floral scent will remind you of long summer days and afternoons spent on the front porch.
Some “leaded-glass” film that’ll add privacy and a touch of sophistication to your windows and glass doors. It’ll impress your snobby neighbors and foil your nosy ones.
A leather conditioner to bring your old, worn-out couch back to life and have it looking like it’s fresh off the showroom floor.
And a wood conditioner that’ll do pretty much the same thing for coffee table. It’ll also create a protective layer that helps prevent the wood from drying out or fading.
Or a fake wood contact paper if you’d rather transform non-wood surfaces instead of taking care of furniture made out of the real thing.
A calming four tier fountain if you’d like to curate a serene sort of space in your living room. Friends will visit for the decor and stay for the vibes.
A set of vintage-style botanical prints that’ll look great anywhere on your walls, but especially nice above a bar cabinet or entryway console.
An erase-a-hole putty if you and your roommates have turned your living room walls into Swiss cheese, but would still like a chance at getting all of your security deposit back.
And a pack of magnetic GoodHangups so you can display artwork and photos without having to drill unnecessary holes to begin with.