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5 Surprising New Ways The Home Depot Is Coming For The Design Market

The success of Netflix’s “Tidying Up With Marie Kondo” has inspired millions of people to rethink their living spaces, reducing clutter in favor of items that fill an opening, serve a purpose, and most importantly, impart joy. Kondo’s goal: to encourage people to look for select, well-made items, instead of just stocking their homes with stuff.

This season, you can flaunt your new design mindset at the new design marketplace at The Home Depot. Once known as a superstore for home renovations and repairs, The Home Depot now boasts an incredible selection of bedding, towels, textiles, small appliances, furniture and decor items too.

The best part: they wouldn’t look out of place in a fancy showroom or design studio, but they’re all available to browse and shop online. Get it delivered to your door (with free shipping over $45) or have it shipped to your nearest store (Keep in mind that will also have a much larger assortment of inventory than what’s in store).

The experts that have made The Home Depot an authority on home maintenance have now been joined by a team of experienced buyers and curators, who work daily to pick out the best items for each room of your house. Like Marie Kondo, they’re focused on using their expertise to highlight items that are as practical as they are inspiring, turning any room into a welcoming sanctuary.

Whether you’re outfitting your man cave or working on a summer room refresh, we’ve found five luxe decor pieces to order from

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1. Reclaimed Wood Wall Mural

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Sure you can go to The Home Depot to get custom wood siding made for your walls, but you can also hack it with this incredibly true to life mural. This set includes eight panels of vinyl-coated paper that’s been printed to look like wood. The surprisingly realistic pieces — just check out their “wood grain” detail and distressed finish — will have guests doing a double take when they walk into your room.

Great for industrial spaces, lofts, or to add depth and texture to a flat space, the nature-themed mural is an easy way to bring the outdoors inside. With all eight pieces assembled, the mural measures approximately 12 feet by 8 feet.


2. Grady Stripe Linen Bedding Collection

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Now that summer is here, it’s time to swap out your cotton or flannel sheets for linen ones, to stay cool during the hotter months. Linen sheets are naturally breathable, won’t absorb moisture, and will soften over time the more they’re washed. Linen also looks great on the bed naturally crumpled, so you won’t need to spend precious time ironing.

What you’ll like: this “Grady Stripe” set comes in a cool neutral palette of taupe, gray, cream and navy, to fit into almost any bedroom decor scheme. The look is light and airy, as suitable for your summer beach house as it is for your master. The 100% linen fabric has also been pre-washed for a super soft, broken-in hand, making for a comfortable bedding set you’ll want to relax in night after night.


3. Bazaar Crystal Blue Indoor Area Rug

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Reminiscent of European-style hand-loomed rugs seen in some of the world’s most luxurious hotels, this 7-feet by 10-feet medallion-print rug is a great value at under $200. The vintage-inspired pattern, plush pile, and delicate shades of blue make for an elegant and inviting piece, that easily updates a living room, bedroom or dining room. The design works for a multitude of decor styles, from bohemian to contemporary.

What you’ll like: the rug is made with modern textiles that are both stain-resistant and resistant to fading. A jute backing keeps the rug secure and prevents it from shifting under your furniture — and your feet.


4. Distressed Farmhouse Slim Floor Mirror

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Before you step out the door to work or your next event, make sure you get a good look at yourself in this wooden full-length mirror. The simple, farm house design is carved out of distressed barnwood, and works in a multitude of spaces, from entryway to bathroom to closet. It can be an instant focal point to your living room too, helping to reflect light from the windows to brighten and open up your space.

What you’ll like: the finely-carved wood grain details, and the premium, non-beveled, custom cut mirror. The floor mirror measures 70.5 inches tall, but its slim design keeps it from being too obtrusive. Four hooks are pre-installed, letting you hang it easily, if you want to keep it off the floor.


5. Grove Place Distressed Cocoa Bar Cart

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You’ve spent all that money on beautiful bottles of wine and expensive liquor – shouldn’t you have an equally beautiful place to display it all in? This “Grove Place” Bar Cart adds a chic, rustic touch to your space, with plenty of storage and display options for your favorite glasses and bottles.

Made from distressed poplar wood with metal framing and accents, the bar cart can be rolled out from the wall as a focal point for your next party, or tucked into the corner as a subtle piece of decor.

The wooden tray at the top can be removed for serving drinks and snacks, while the four casters at the bottom can be locked down for a stable and secure foundation.

What you’ll like: the handsome, industrial look and feel of the cart, and the two rows of rails for hanging your glasses, so that everything you need for a night of entertaining is all in one place.

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