It's been almost a year since I enlisted the help of Jeremiah Brent for Decorist to style my first one-bedroom apartment. It was a blur of excitement and nerves: I'd never worked with an interior designer before and had no idea if the design and furniture choices we made would stand the test of time.
Having spent a year using these products day in, day out, I can vouch that they're absolutely worth it—which is why I had to spread the word when I saw that West Elm has discounted some of the standouts. There are considerable savings: my durable, minimalist sofa has been reduced from $999 to $600, the marble coffee table I get so many comments on is now $400, and my favorite versatile side table is just $159.
Make the most of the brand's massive spring sale and add these items to your cart. Trust me: You won't regret it.
This side table is so versatile—style it as a nightstand, use it as a laptop rest when you're on the sofa, or put it next to an armchair to create a reading nook.
This leaning mirror transformed my living room. We styled two on either side of the French doors, and they instantly made the space feel bigger and brighter.
I was tossing up between this sofa and an eggshell-colored one, and I am so glad we opted for the former. This sofa softens with age, the velvet adds texture to my living room, and the dark color hides every spill.
We styled this statement floor lamp in front of our mirrors to reflect the light and instantly illuminate the whole room.
I get so many compliments on this durable, stylish coffee table. The two-tone marble is so luxe, and the unique shape anchors the whole room.
Next up: Here's how I styled these West Elm buys for my small space.