It’s looking more and more like we’re going to be spending the summer in isolation, or at least not out with our friends into the early hours. If you’re going to be spending more time at home, you may as well make your home into your dream space. It’s now or never, right? Here are some home products to make your isolation a little happier, or at least some ideas for how to make your living space a little prettier.
If your living space doesn’t get a lot of light, opt for fake plants and vines to fill in space where you can’t keep a live house plant. These faux eucalyptus vines are a great option because they’re a little more exotic than traditional ivy and provide a natural touch of color to any space.
If your living space is small, add a floor mirror to open it up and give the perception that the room is bigger than it is. This one comes with a rustic frame that easily goes with any existing design you may have.
Peel & Stick wallpaper to liven up rental spaces without permanently changing them – $39.99 on Amazon
It can be hard to fully make a space your own when you’re renting, but that’s also why these products exist. We love this peel and stick wallpaper design that leaves no residue behind when you’re ready to take it off.
Normally we would advocate for purchasing original art from artists you love, but these prints are simple, affordable, and look good almost anywhere.
These can be arranged as pictured or just used as floor seating to make a space more comfortable without buying more furniture. Plus, they can be neatly stacked to clean your space as needed.
These storage baskets also double as plant holders and are a cute way to store clutter without stacking it in the corner or shoving it into a closet.
They’re cute and they’re washable—plus they provide more space to put your plant babies without cluttering the floor or shelves.
To keep your necklaces from getting tangled in a bunch.
Flowers not included, unfortunately.
This floor pouf has likely been gracing your Instagram feed for months now. Instead of going all the way to Morocco once the coronavirus passes, you can just buy one on Amazon for less.
We hope you enjoy these products! But keep in mind, Grit Daily might take small cut of the profit on the items recommended here—but that doesn’t mean we don’t believe in them. We only recommend products that we would buy or use ourselves, so don’t be wary of our suggestions.