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Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent may not have agreed over Berkus’s beloved footstool on Rachael Ray, but when it comes to designing luxe-looking furniture together, the design power couple is on the same page.

For the second year in a row, Berkus and Brent have teamed up with furniture purveyor Living Spaces to launch a stylish new range of staples that only look expensive. The celebrity interior designers’ polished and sophisticated aesthetic shines through in the collection—encompassing everything from an oak canopy bed that barely breaks the $1,000 mark to textured pillows for under $40. What’s more: The incredibly functional pieces are perfect for tight quarters.

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Whether you’re holed up in a teeny studio or are looking to maximize a less-than-spacious master bedroom, these five versatile pieces promise to make the most of every inch.


If You Thrive as an Entertainer

Mohave Natural Accent Ottoman, Living Spaces ($350)

We’re calling it: 2019 will be the year of the pouf. Whether used as an extension of the sofa, bonus seating, or a substitute coffee table, this streamlined ottoman offers endless options for seasoned party throwers. Once the last guest has left, it can be easily tucked away underneath a console table.

If You Aren’t a Natural Organizer

Gramercy Lift-Top Storage Coffee Table, Living Spaces ($495)

Keeping a tidy home might come second nature to the Marie Kondos of the world, but for those among us who are less seasoned in the art of decluttering, it’s important to invest in pieces that do the work for you. Thanks to its liftable top and hidden storage, this clever coffee table can disguise unwanted clutter at a moment’s notice. 

If You Spend Every Saturday Night In

Gramercy TV Stand, Living Spaces ($795)

Inspired by French designs from the 1940s, this chic cabinet system is one smart way to take advantage of the empty space beneath the television. Psst: You don’t have to use it just for tech and dusty DVDs. If you’re especially pressed for space, use it to stow away books, board games, glassware, or even out-of-season gear.

If You’re Short on Seating

Gwen Daybed, Living Spaces ($895)

Daybeds are wildly underrated, particularly when it comes to tight quarters and open floorplan living areas. Drawing on the work of famed architect Zaha Hadid, Berkus and Brent’s take on the versatile staple errs on the side of sophistication. Make the most of the bedroom by parking this lounge-worthy bench at the foot of the bed or expand sightlines in the living room by swapping it in for two high-back accent chairs.


If WFH Is Your Everyday Status

Pavilion Writing Desk, Living Spaces ($1,095)

A good desk is the heart of any well-loved home office. Don’t be fooled by its groovy, ’70s-inspired silhouette: This ultra-modern desk is also super practical. It comes with a built-in USB port, three storage drawers, and a removable pencil tray for getting down to business.

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