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Because the pandemic has changed the rules of everything, fall decor doesn’t have to mean wreaths and pumpkins this year. It doesn’t even have to be remotely autumnal. Rather, it’s about expressing yourself in a place where you’re spending a whole lot more time. It’s about following your own intuition more so than the trends and creating the best possible environment to feel good in. From affordable accents to luxury pieces and decor with a sense of humor, here are the must-have items to give your home a refresh this season.

Rifle Paper Company Strawberry Fields Catchall Tray

Rifle Paper Company, best known for its fabulous floral designs, just launched a line of catchall trays ideal for holding eyeglasses on a nightstand, putting on top of an entryway table as

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This Year’s Best Halloween Decor, From Classic to Frightfully Over-the-Top

Including lawn decor so good, it’s scary.

With the CDC advising against trick-or-treating, Halloween looks a little different this year. At-home celebrations have become even more important, and that means that Halloween decorations (along with all the Halloween-themed movies Netflix has to offer) are essential to helping us get into the spirit of the season. If you’re crafty, consider conjuring up your own DIY Halloween decorations, but for those who prefer not to tackle homemade projects, we’ve curated a list of the best Halloween decor you can order online. No matter if your style is subtle and sophisticated or full-on haunted house, we’ve found the indoor decor and yard decorations to set the scene.

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Antique Glass Pumpkins

For a sophisticated spin on traditional pumpkins, order Terrain’s

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25 top-selling pieces of home decor you can get at Walmart under $50 (Photo: Reviewed.com)

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You could easily drain your bank account buying home decor items from high-end retailers, but why spend all that money when there are more affordable places to shop? Walmart has an incredibly large selection of home decor essentials—including everything from furniture to throw pillows—and most of it is not only top quality, but budget-friendly, too.

Whether you’re decorating your first apartment or redesigning your existing space, these 25 home decor pieces from Walmart should definitely be on your radar—especially because they’re all under $50. Plus, with the recently unveiled Walmart+, you may be able to get free shipping on your delivery, if you live within a participating zipcode.

From boho to modern and everything in between,

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As most students spend their college years living in Morningside Heights, it’s important to know all the supermarkets, office supply stores, and home decor shops nearby. Spectrum has put together a comprehensive list for convenient spots that will help make your dorm feel like home.

GROCERY STORES

Appletree Market—Corner of Amsterdam Avenue and West 120th Street

Appletree is the smallest of Columbia’s nearby supermarkets, but it still has many options and a deli for quick meals. While you’re there, you might as well treat yourself to Dunkin’ right next door.

H Mart—Corner of Broadway and West 110th Street

Check out this Korean grocery store for the essentials like ramen or Pocky, or try something new from the plentiful variety of Asian foods available.

Morton Williams Supermarket—Corner of Broadway and West 115th Street

Morton Williams is the classic Columbia grocery store. Fill your dorm’s mini-fridge with all the

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Forget the build-it-yourself bookshelves and cookie-cutter wall art—when you’re cousins with Next Wave designer Caroline Rafferty, your first solo New York City apartment is bound to be anything but basic.



a living room filled with furniture and a large window: See how the Palm Beach designer and owner of The Grand Tour designed an eclectic New York City apartment.


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See how the Palm Beach designer and owner of The Grand Tour designed an eclectic New York City apartment.

“It was her first place in the city without a roommate and she really wanted to decorate it her way,” says Rafferty of the two-bedroom Tribeca apartment that her younger cousin, an art history graduate who had recently moved to the city, had enlisted her to turn into a proper home. “She was ready to do something glam but it still had to be fresh and not too formal—and she wanted to take some risks.”



a bedroom with a desk and chair in a room: caroline rafferty new york apartment


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caroline rafferty new york apartment

With its floor-to-ceiling windows, river views, and high-end finishes, the apartment provided a strong starting

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Perricone MD: Shop the Semi-Annual Sale to take 25% off sitewide with code ANNUAL25 (until 9/6)!

Philosophy: Shop the Labor Day sale and take $10 off $50 or $20 off $65 with code LABORDAY (until 9/8)!

PhysiciansFormula: Take 30% off sitewide plus get a free Rosé Take the Germs Away Hand Sanitizer with any $35 purchase (until 9/13), plus orders placed over Labor Day long weekend will get Free Standard U.S. shipping, all with code PFSAVE30.

Ren Skincare: Shop the Labor Day Sale and save up to 25% off your purchase! Take 15% Off $50 with code WEEKEND15, 20% off $100 with code WEEKEND20, or 25% off $150 with code WEEKEND25 (util 9/7)!

Sand & Sky: Take 10% off all items and get a free cozy white headband with every order (until 9/11)!

Sephora: Shop hundreds of products from brands like Fenty Beauty, Huda Beauty, Marc Jacobs Beauty and more

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Labor Day weekend can be bittersweet, but Wayfair is here with a holiday sale to end summer on a high note. The site, which is known for trendy-yet-affordable furniture and home goods, has select furniture, décor and outdoor living items marked up to 70% off right now.

Shop outdoor furniture, bedroom pieces and even small appliances, all up to 60% off. Area rugs start at $49, wall art is marked up to 70% off and grills are up to 40% off. Oh, and don’t miss this rolled armed settee that’s a jaw-dropping 78% off — maybe the best deal of the whole sale.

MORE FROM FORBESThe Best Labor Day Sales You Can Shop Now, In Every Category

There’s a lot to wade through with this sale, so we plucked out our favorite items in every category, including outdoor, bedroom, living room, kitchen and bath. Check it

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The past few months have brought with them a wave of realizations. We are finally focusing on things that have always needed our attention and with the increased time that we spend indoors, it only makes sense to focus on ways to add a dash of inspiration to our home. We work through the day and tirelessly try to manage all the housework, cleaning and office meetings. The only leisure that most of us enjoy has to be our late night movies, weekend binging and other forms of entertainment.And this is the reason that more and more people are paying close attention to the televisions in their homes. But what if we tell you that your TV can actually be more than just an entertainment box? What if it can actually add to your home aesthetics and help you relax, even when you’re not watching anything? Samsung’s latest Smart TV
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Refinery29 not only covers the news and home design trends, but it’s now setting the trend with the launch of a branded home decor collection. Created in collaboration with VCNY, it’s currently sold on Amazon, with potential for more retailers to come in the future.

The line features a variety of pieces for every room in the home including bedding, window panels, throws, decorative pillows, towels, and shower curtains. Some of the collection was softly launched in July with new items that recently became available on August 17th. 

From Content To Tangible Good

While there was been increased interest in decor and home furnishings since the begging of COVID, this well-timed line has been in development for almost two years. “We started thinking about creating a home collection in the fall of 2018, after noticing an

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Every household needs their staple products – a cozy couch, a chic coffee table, and a floor lamp that ties up the whole place together! Stylish lighting solutions are part decor, part utility and an absolute necessity to bring your home to life. The lighting solutions here today range from practical solutions to innovative designs and although they are a render, I truly hope some of these designs can be brought to life coz I call dibs on the Giant Ring Light!

Richard Malachowski of Play Industrial Design has created this Giant Ring Light and it is a love-at-first-sight for a bookworm like me! Resembling a halo, the adjustable light can be moved to create the perfect light setting, helping you create the cozy corner you’ve always wanted with a plush chair to keep you in place.

Award-winning industrial designer Andrew Ferrier has created a unique lighting solution, carved from

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