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Some brands usher in autumn with an annual parade of pumpkin spice everything, while others take advantage of the transitional season by dropping a new collection. Or in Urban Outfitters’s case, three new collections. More than 50 new products just touched down online and in stores right in time for a fall home refresh, ranging from a $59 sconce to a $,1999 sofa. The Retro Roomies line features playful throwback-inspired pieces designed to fit into small or shared spaces, while Deco Dreams offers a modern take on vintage elegance embodied by soft curves and pastel colors. As for Modern Natural? It’s all about remixing mid-century elements with a boho-chic flair by pairing warm woods with organic shapes. There are dozens of pieces worth ogling, and we’ve rounded up some add-to-cart highlights here. 

Psst: Enter the Domino x Urban Outfitters Home Retro Remix Giveaway for the chance to win a $1,000 gift card to shop the launch.

Know Your Angles

Crafted with a blend of engineered and solid wood, this bookshelf is made of a series of rounded edges and wants you to embrace its curves. You can acquiesce by showcasing your favorite novels, trinkets, or trailing plants on any of the five shelves.

Stay in Season 

Who says tomato girl summer has to end? With this cheeky glass lamp and its warm red glow, you can play out your Italian farmhouse fantasies year-round with the flick of a switch. 

Play Hide-and-Seek

This cylindrical nightstand will sweeten your wind-down routine with its rose-colored hue. Meanwhile the metal glide drawer keeps the surface clutter-free, and you can subtly display your bedtime reads in the cubby below.

Add a Sidekick 

Minimalists won’t mind that this little table may only fit a cup of coffee and a candle. And anyone will feel extra-special knowing that each of these solid mango-wood pieces is custom-made just for you. 

Make It Modular

The extra-wide channel stitching in these sofa sections makes it hard to tell where one module ends and another begins—and that’s a good thing. Whether you decide to use just one as an armless chair or connect pieces around your entire living room, no one will ever be the wiser.