What our editors have added to their virtual carts this month to spruce up the home—all under $100.
If like us, you're over this weather and are attempting to nest at home until spring, you're going to want to take a look at this list of under $100 home buys.
Out Of Sight
Kvell Rollo Hamper, $60, kvellhome.com.
When my last hamper bit the dust I was shocked to find how expensive—and ugly—most replacements were. When the Kvell Rollo Hamper caught my eye, it was a simple and stylish solution to the problem of dirty clothes. In different shades, this will fit with any aesthetic. - Alexandra Donaldson, fashion and beauty editor
Arborist Action Mountie Tea Towel, $15, drakegeneralstore.ca.
For the proud Canuck, this Mountie tea towel will make kitchen duties way more patriotic and fun. - Linda Cotrina, web producer
Green Thumb (ish)
Potted Faux Cactus, $10 each, urbanoutfitters.com.
Not everybody has a green thumb and even though many think that succulents can’t be killed, the dead cacti in my past would beg to differ. Though I’ve gotten better at keeping my plants alive, I love the idea of these faux cacti—in colourful colours no less—as an option for the not-so-plant-savvy. - AD
Marble table with crossed legs, $99.90, zarahome.com.
With its marble top and gold legs, this trendy end table is a total steal. - Jessica Alcock, digital assistant
Two-Tier Mirror, $38, anthropologie.com.
Spruce up your entryway with this ultra-chic two-tier mirror. - LC
Let There Be Light
Leeds LED wall lamp, $40, ikea.com.
These lights are the perfect way to get some better lighting into my cramped and dark vanity area. No one wants to apply makeup in the dark, right?
Painted Daubs Pillow Cover, $39.50, indigo.ca.
We love a good pastel colour combo, especially when it looks like an abstract piece of art. - LC
On The Chopping Block
Wooden chopping board, $20, hm.com.
Whether you use it to serve meats and cheese charcuterie-style or to chop up vegetables, this wooden chopping board is perfect. - JA
Eres Measuring Cups, $28USD, anthropologie.com.
My aesthetic is notoriously neutral, but I think these fun measuring cups are going to be the item to add a dose of colour—at least to my kitchen and tableware. Though these small bowls are labelled as measuring cups, I’ll also use them as fun serving dishes for dips, olives and fruit. - AD
Plant Style by Alana Langan & Jacqui Vidal, $34, urbanoutfitters.ca.