Curating our spaces to feel special can often be a daunting task especially when it comes down to the price. However, all it takes are a few items to transform your space to feel luxe (without breaking the bank). Whether it's spritzing a new room spray to refresh your senses or swapping out your old, boring vase for a statement piece, the possibilities are endless for creating a luxurious experience that feels right for you.
Below, our editors chime in on the items that make their spaces feel lavish—all under $50. Read on the see what products you should instantly add to your carts.
«For me, nothing makes a space feel luxurious quite like a scented candle does. This gorgeous one from Enlighten Candles is on my bedside table and makes unwinding with a good book even more relaxing before bed. The scent is stunning, and I love the simple packaging.» -Kate Mckenna, senior editor
«I finally started feeling like I was living luxuriously when I started buying satin pillowcases and sheets! These pillowcases are my most-loved purchase: I love the print, the quality, and the feel! There's nothing better than unwinding after a long day, taking a nice hot shower, and then resting my head on this silky and always cool-to-the-touch pillowcase. It's been great for my hair and skin too.» -Aliyah Rodriguez, associate editor
«Scents really define a space to me, and as soon as I put out this Brooklinen Diffuser in Good Intentions, I knew it was a scent I would continue to repurchase. It's soft, soothing, herbaceous, and the perfect little luxury in my home.» -Mia Ingui, editor
«I take my shoes off at the door and put on slippers—no shoes in the house. I've tried a lot of different slippers
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Welcome to the world of Brown Roses—a mesmerizing realm where tradition meets rarity, capturing the imagination of rose aficionados and novices alike. If the idea of adorning your space with roses that boast velvety shades of cocoa, russet, or even espresso excites you, then you’re in for a treat!
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