With the popularity of sites like the Coveteur and the Selby, it's hard not to get a severe case of space envy. While owning a massive apartment filled with gorgeous antiques sourced from obscure flea markets may not be in the budget for everyone, it's easy to add personal touches to your crib. In this week's Shop-A-Matic, we hunted down 115 ways to revamp your home with inexpensive decorative knickknacks as well as investment pieces. We also asked Paloma Contreras of La Dolce Vita and High Gloss Magazine to chime in with her favorites. Keeping with her glamorous aesthetic, the picks are filled with bright colors, fashion-inspired prints, and touches of glitzy gold.
Decal Charger by DvF Home
Why We Like It: A vibrantly printed charger will add a splash of color to a place setting, but the plate will also double as a pretty dish to display jewelry.
George Side Table
Why La Dolce Vita Likes It: I am having a bit of a "Midas Moment" and currently love all things gold. I love the edgy yet glamorous quality the shape of the legs give the overall piece.
Symmetric Twist Sconce
Why La Dolce Vita Likes It: Beautiful lighting is the jewelry of the home, and a space is not complete without the right lighting. This sconce works with any type of décor: It's classic with a twist.
Linden Pillow by Hammocks and High Tea
Why We Like It: Designer Karen Young draws inspiration from her South American upbringing to create colorful ecofriendly pillows that are made to order. Mix with coral and teal pillows or group a few of them together to dress up a space.
Chevron Place Mat
Why La Dolce Vita Likes It: A beautifully set table can transform a room. It makes your guests feel special, and if you're dining solo, it can even make take-out feel luxurious.