Bed Bath & Beyond is every college freshman’s favorite one-stop shop (for good reason, the retailer has everything), but celebrity interior designer Jeremiah Brent wants you to continue turning to the big-box store even after graduation. He recently partnered with the company to style its new in-house brand in a New York City penthouse, proving Bed Bath & Beyond’s pieces can be beautiful (and functional) essentials for adult life. 

For the 200 products in Studio 3B, launching October 4, versatility is key. The bathroom shelving units are pretty enough to be used as bookcases in a living room. And when styling the show apartment, Brent made one of the counter stools pull double duty by using it as a nightstand. 

The on-trend assortment is designed to elevate any room without a whopping price tag. Prices range from $8 for shelf upgrades like a faux succulent to $200 for larger statements such as an arched floor mirror or minimalist bedroom vanity. IKEA who?


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