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If you're done with IKEA's bland, relationship-ruining furniture and are ready to really live like a hip millennial, explore Urban Outfitters's home and apartment offerings. Similar to its one-stop-shop appeal on the clothing and accessories front, the trendy retailer has curated a collection of Instagram-worthy essentials for your home in just about every category. To give fans an IRL taste of its inventory, UO has just opened its very first Home showroom in LA.
Located at Space15Twenty now through September, the showroom features 50+ pieces designed by the retailer's own internal talent and through collabs with guest designers and studios. Items range from a $19 print by artist Tessa Neustadt to a $35 unicorn fringe banner by Studio Mucci to a $119 marble duvet cover by Assembly Home to a $719 wood dresser. And everything is styled exactly how it should look in your home, so no need to spend hours on Pinterest trying to make sense of it all.
Lest you forget that the space is only a showroom and a not an actual shop, wall signage reminds you that you can "see in store and buy online" via on-site kiosks. (Your impulse purchase will be rewarded with a 15% off code, plus free shipping.)
UO Home Showroom is open daily from 10am to 9pm.