Domino editors swear by small upgrades. Not only are small changes the easiest way to freshen up your home, but by definition, they are also the cheapest. From $5 knobs to tinted lightbulbs, here are eight products that have proven their transformative powers.
Swapped the knobs on my closet for these
– Jessica Dailey, digital editorial director
I purchased a floor lamp because my overhead lighting is super strong and harsh, but I rarely used it. Instead, I opted to turn on my newly hung neon sign (from
– Alyssa Clough, social media editor
My apartment is essentially (pretty exclusively) whitewashed and the small pop of color that I have usually comes in the form of fresh florals or the vessels I house them in. I recently bought a bundle of eucalyptus that I keep on display on this
– Anna Kocharian, digital editor
I take decluttering guides and tips on
– Amanda Johnson, digital content strategy manager
I’ve been growing my plant collection over the past few months and since most of them have been succulents and air plants, I’d been looking for a cheap watering can when I found this gem. It’s a brass, minimalist, beautiful plant mister that’s definitely affordable and worth it.
Swapped my exposed shoe rack with this white
– Tracy Cho, executive director of marketing, growth, and analytics
It’s pretty expensive for a diffuser, but have you ever seen a prettier diffuser in your life? It’s handcrafted out of porcelain and is meant to be seen, but also kind of disappears in my all-white bedroom. Beyond just pretty, it’s a powerhouse at aerating your essential oils using ultrasonic technology.
I bought a super dark-toned vase for my dining table because I started having more dinner parties this year (blame knee surgery, but also maybe blame me getting old). Some pretty white flowers, and it’s literally the most welcoming thing when I get home from work.
– Nikhita Mahtani, digital editor