There's nothing I love more than scrolling through my favorite décor sites and adding to my virtual cart. As the editorial director of MyDomaine, I've found it kind of goes with the territory. Lately, my credit card has been getting a major workout thanks to all of the new-season drops (I love Target's fall line, and Anthropologie's entertaining essentials are so dreamy), but I'm seriously dying over all the new pieces at CB2 right now.
This brand just knows how to make a home essential look elevated and aspirational. I mean, it has turned kitchen tools like this scrubber brush into a decorative item, and everything is always so reasonably priced. I used CB2's black conference chairs in our dining room for our apartment makeover. I'm clearly a big fan, so as you can imagine, my cart is bulging with goodies, and they're all under $100. Shop all of my must-have items below, and tag me on Instagram with your purchases. I want to know which ones you had to have too.
Living in L.A. is basically code for a crystal-inspired life. I have them all over my house from pyrite to selenite so when I laid my eyes on this rose quartz beauty it was love at first sight, like the evil queen and her magic mirror. This is perfect for the bathroom or a nightstand.
Those who know me know that my wardrobe is exclusively black, so of course, that love for inky hues rolls over into my décor tastes too. This smoky glass decanter is speaking my language.
Have you ever seen chicer mixing bowls? These can be used for baking but are just as pretty filled with dips for a dinner party.
As soon as I laid eyes on this, I immediately started thinking about where I was going to hang it. The antique mirror is so cool, and I suddenly want my house to be filled with burning candles now that fall is officially here. Hello, cozy. I can see two of these sitting on either side of my bed or for adding the ultimate welcome in an entryway.
Another crystal, but this time in the form of a striking tray. Can you even handle the level of chicness? I am so in love with this and can't wait to use it while serving food at my upcoming Friendsgiving.
Who said tissues had to be stuck in an uninspiring cardboard box? Dial up the style with this black marble square that brings blowing your nose to a whole other level.
Make your next dinner party a hit with chips layered up in this dramatic bowl. it's also just a beautiful decorative piece for your coffee table or bookshelf too.
There's always room for one more decorative object. This one adds a hint of color for someone like me who is generally color averse.
Why have boring kitchen essentials when you can elevate them? This gold can opener is so pretty it could be on display. Make every piece you own feel special.
My husband and son love to play chess, but most of the sets aren't attractive enough to leave out. So, I can't wait to add this marble version to our living room coffee table. It's so chic. Game time can be glamorous too.
My color choices err on the side of neutral or black, but this navy crushed-velvet pillow is my gateway color. The texture is perfect for the season because you just want to curl up with it and watch movies.
You can never have too many candleholders, especially when they come in a set of three like these gold beauties. The shape is simple and classic, transcending seasons. It's minimal enough to blend with all your other antiques or vintage pieces too.
I've been needing to update my kitchenware for a while now, and after seeing these gray plates, I'm compelled to finally make the purchase. I love how they almost look like concrete. All the food colors will really pop on this hue.
With shorter days coming up, I'll be opting to stay in and entertain friends instead of going out. This pitcher is a nice piece to add to my dinner party arsenal. I love the copper band.
Salad should never be boring. Make it exciting with these beautiful servers.
I believe all storage should be stylish, so up the fun factor with this catchall in the shape of a fortune cookie. It's gold, so that's also feng shui for attracting money, right? Well, it's all in the intention.
Plantfluencers are here, so expect to see more homes spilling over with greenery in a bid to create a biome to combat climate change. This pot will also lend a stylish edge to the whole process too.
Home essentials should never be boring. When they look unattractive, it just makes the whole process of cleaning up ugly too. I'm investing in this wooden table brush set because it makes me want to use it.
Pastel has been one of my favorite living room color trends of 2018, so I'm thrilled to see it spread into the dining room too. I love these dainty appetizer plates.
It seems I have a real thing for chic home essentials. I'm also in the process of updating my bathroom, so I've had my eye on this black marble set for a while. It's time to bit the bullet and invest.
You can never own too many vases, in my opinion, and I love the handmade, organic appeal of this one. It has so much texture it will really help to lift any space from sigh to whoa.
When we photographed Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent's house recently (story coming soon), I noticed they had a stunning black sculpture on their living room coffee table—here's a sneak peek. I saw this CB2 version and was immediately reminded of it, yet this one is in my price range.
The buzz around Millennial Pink may have died, but my love for the babydoll hue hasn't. These are the perfect neutral with just a hint of the color.
Sheer black is one of my favorites to wear, so of course that love extends into my glassware. This ghost smoke gray wineglass is a nice option when you want to move beyond the clear.
I love sculptural pieces to bring visual interest into a space. This burnt driftwood is beautiful and really adds a natural, organic element to a living room or home office.
This reminds me of a sea creature or plant, sourced from beneath the ocean or off a coral reef. I love the unique shape so much and can imagine a soft pink peony looking very pretty sticking out the top of it.
I really love the patina of this brass bowl. There's a texture to it even though it's smooth. I can imagine it being the perfect keyholder by the door in an entryway.