An empty room should be thought of as a welcome challenge that prompts you to answer a question: how can this space be filled with items that speak to your personality and give a nod to current trends? It's a careful balance between pinpointing what inspires you and what catches your eye, and it's much easier to do with a few key items in mind. We partnered with Domino to make a list of what those blank-space fillers could be, in the hopes that the array of modern, trendy, and timeless pieces would help create the type of place you want to call home. Peruse our list of 20 finds, and it'll be easier to start to imagining your future surroundings as a warm reflection of you.
Trendy planters like these work well in almost any setting — especially in a small space like a powder room.
Wire bar chairs can do wonders to a kitchen's sight lines, since it adds seating without disrupting a design's flow. See how a similar style works in this California beach home.
You can never have too many storage options to help streamline your home's many things, and this woven bowl can be a simple way to tidy up — especially on an entryway table.
Never underestimate the versatility of gold: it's a confident shade that pretty much goes with everything. It pairs especially well with black-and-white accents and natural wood, as seen in this serene restaurant.
Plants are a no-fail way to bring color into a space, especially if minimalism is what you're after. A pot like this one would complement a similar palette seen in this Aussie home.
A sheepskin throw is an ideal textural detail in a neutral design: it'll add warmth without adding too much extra attention to itself.
Camel leather couches are a solid investment piece, since they provide a neutral base for any other colors or textures you'd like to try in your living room. And this one is especially swoon-worthy.
As you know, your kitchen sees a lot of traffic — and that's why we think its walls should be treated with the same attention to detail as those in the rest of your home. Try this one next to your dining table.
Woven items have been quite popular lately, and this pink-and-yellow basket is a cute and easy way to integrate the trend into your home in a versatile way. Use it to store toys or magazines in your living area or bedroom.
A sky blue throw works perfectly in a bedroom with a lot of texture, especially alongside a shiplap or brick accent wall. Be sure to match a decorative pillow to its shade for the ideal finish.
As you've probably noticed, paper products for parties have gotten a lot chicer as of late. But still, it's not always easy to throw so much away. Clear your conscience with this sleek, refillable water bottle, and you'll feel even better about the easy cleanup.
Committing to a mint refrigerator is one thing, but committing to a mint wastebasket? Totally effortless. Be sure to place this one in a corner of your workspace where it can be seen — it's a shade that's made to stand out.
In a minimalist room where white is a primary color, it's a good idea to use a textural material to complement those smooth features. While a tumbler like this works on a small scale, it also would fit right in with this Australian design.
Sometimes a room's greatest design achievement is in its details, which this credenza can help do. Its geometric pattern would add interest to a minimalist design, without competing with the other items in the layout.
Black kitchens are very popular at the moment, and a trio of this design would be a timeless take on the trend. Just be sure to balance its raven hue with lighter shades.
When a modern design is your goal, then keep mud cloth pillows within your view. They have a subtle but eye-catching pattern that will add a dynamic touch to your space.
Buying art online can be a challenge — especially if you're a beginner. One easy solution? Pick up this item to go above a headboard, and you're all set.
Preparing a guest room means anticipating just what your loved ones will need as they call your place home for a short time. Once you get the necessities out of the way, place this tray on a dresser or nightstand as a catch-all for their odds and ends.