I was so surprised to see a new line of furnishings in the new Pottery Barn catalog that are designed for both smaller spaces and a smaller budget. So cool, right? My favorite part is that the pieces are all neutral and fairly basic which I think is so important when shopping at a lower price point. Always look for value priced furniture that has clean, simple lines and basic upholstery. The more bells and whistles, the more room for error. Nothing cheapens the look of furnishings (and therefore your home) more than a shabby finish or poor upholstery that’s “trying” to look upscale.
Here’s a few pieces that really caught my eye.
Love, love this powder coated console! Small scale consoles are really hard to find and I love the unique, textured finish on this one. $169 isn’t bad at all.
A small scale coffee table is something else that hard to find. I love this Mateo coffee table because it has storage on the bottom! Even though it has a farmhouse style sort of shape, the finish isn’t too rustic which I think is a good thing.
Rayne upholstered storage cube. You can find these anywhere, but the shape of this one is really unique and sets it apart from all the square ones I’ve seen.
This swivel chair probably isn’t wide enough to be really cozy for an adult but it swivels!!! If you have a small room and need another seat in view of the television, a swivel chair is perfect. Parents on the sofa, kid in the swivel chair. I love the track arm style and the slip cover is removable which is always a plus when you have kids and pets.
Speaking of slipcovers, this chair is my favorite bargain of all. $99! The slipcover has flange seams which I adore. This parson style chair can fit in with so many styles and linen is always a good choice. My only issue is that the seat is a little deep, so make sure it will slide under your table and not look bulky.
Have a great weekend!