As home décor editors, we spend a lot of time shopping. (Please see exhibits , , and , for reference.) While this might not be the best thing for our bank accounts, it is great for you, dear readers, because we do all the heavy lifting of culling through the latest of our favorite home retailers' offerings in order to share with you the best of our findings.
Of all the products we've seen this month, these are the ones that caught our managing editor's eye. From an edgy coffee table (that just so happens to be on sale) to a shiny brass basket ideal for corralling cozy winter throws to a round mirror tray with serious vintage vibes, these are the items that earned a spot in her virtual shopping cart. Without further ado, keep scrolling to shop our managing editor's 40 piece West Elm, Anthropologie, and CB2 home décor edit.
This edgy piece of furniture is perfect for balancing out like knit throws and velvet pillows.
Now that the chill of winter has set in, add this knit throw to your cart while it's on sale. (We suggest opting for the on-trend .)
Embrace the with this affordable swivel chair. It can be customized in dozens of fabric options, but we're partial to this chunky melange.
'Tis the season for curling up with . Shelve your books in style with a little help from these chic petrified wood bookends.
Add a bit of panache to your with this beautiful stone sphere object, which looks way more expensive than it actually is.
According to interior designers, jewel tones are . Get the look with this plush velvet pillow in shade of regal blue.
No one will guess that this luxe-looking object was an under $30 West Elm find. This home accessory looks particularly eye-catching atop a .
Revamp your lighting with this modern pendant. Renters, this small update can completely transform your space. Take it from interior designer .
Another beautiful decorative object, this rounded marble object is a steal at $10. A pair can double as a set of insanely affordable bookends.
Add a dash of glam to your space with an art deco–inspired mirror that exudes old Hollywood vibes.
Art is, hands down, the easiest way to refresh any space. Complete with jewel tones and metallics, this modern print checks all the boxes.
Just in time for the holidays, up your entertaining game with a sleek decanter. It'll make a striking statement on your bar cart.
If you're pouring wine, it's safe to assume you're serving cheese too. This copper-footed marble cheese board is ideal for a sophisticated soirée.
Now that we've entered the season of 4:30 p.m. sunsets, let this textured terra-cotta lamp shed some much-needed light on your space.
, organic shapes are at the forefront of design this season. Embrace the trend with this handcrafted side table crafted from the wood of naturally fallen trees.
A decorative bowl that ruins all other decorative bowls, this Anthropologie find is impossibly priced at under $50.
Nothing is quite as cozy as a faux-fur pillow. No doubt this light grey number will persuade you to .
Ideal for storing all those extra winter blankets and throw pillows, this metallic basket would also look great beside your sofa.
started making a major comeback in 2017, and this ceramic candle is proof that the trend isn't going anywhere anytime soon.
Although we're fond of the art deco mirror from West Elm above, this ornate Anthropologie mirror () is also on our wish list.
In a shade of kelly green, this glazed ceramic platter festive yet neutral enough to use year-round. File it under .
This showstopping candelabra was practically made to be your holiday table's centerpiece.
We dare you to find a prettier glass for toasting to the new year. With a tinge of pink, these flutes beg to be filled with .
Ensure leftover wine doesn't go to waste with this crowned crustal bottle stopper. (Psst: It makes for a great too.)
Although these are touted as dinner plates on Anthropologie's website, we'd use these gilded dishes to serve up a instead.
Complete an elegant place setting with this set of gold flatware. After the holidays, continue to use this flatware to elevate your everyday dining.
After-dinner coffee is best served from this gilded French press. Complete with agate detailing, this stunning carafe will convince your guests to linger a little bit longer.
It's no secret that we love a pretty , but the black marble accent sets this CB2 find apart from the rest.
Effortlessly elegant, this $40 vase is a must-buy for bringing the outside in this season. We recommend filling it with eucalyptus branches.
If CB2's current offering is any indication, quartz is the material of the moment—see exhibits , , and —but we're partial to this sculptural object, ideal for sprucing up a bookshelf.
According to interior designers, green is . This vase is proof that the hue has longevity beyond the holiday season. Fill it with gilded branches now and with paper peonies come spring.
Yes, this brass antique mirror tray is from CB2 (not a vintage flea market). Pro tip: It makes for an elegant tabletop bar if you're entertaining this holiday season.
Not to belabor the point, but clearly, quartz and crystals are hot commodities this season. At $50, this crystal is an affordable way to get the look.
Sure, you could light a candle for —but why not step up your game with a polished marble pyramid incense holder instead?
Thanks to its soft sheen and sophisticated shape, this tufted navy blue velvet pouf will instantly make any space .
For those looking to splurge, we love the sleek lines and generous proportions of this new leather sofa from CB2.
While we wouldn't categorize most games as aesthetically pleasing per se, this marble chess set is an exception. Made with white and gray marble, this is a set you'll want to leave on display.
We love the organic shape of this modern side table. Created in collaboration with the editors at Goop, it's no wonder this on-trend table is in high demand.
These barely-there acrylic wall shelves make it easy to showcase holiday cards. After the holiday season has come and gone, put your favorite framed photographs on display instead.
Fill this sculptural brass bowl with pomegranates for a low-lift, low-cost seasonal centerpiece.