14 of Our Favorite Products We Saw in House Tours This Month That You Can Buy Right Now

published Mar 3, 2020
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It feels silly to state something so obvious, but let’s be clear: The House Tours, Before & Afters, and House Calls we feature on Apartment Therapy are an endless source of inspiration, for tons of different reasons. Whether you’re looking for paint ideas, smart storage solutions, or vintage inspo, the House Tours are the place to go.

Recently, though, we’ve been noticing more and more products featured on tours that have made us stop in our tracks and immediately want to know where they’re from. So much so, in fact, that we’ve been keeping a running list of all the products featured in tours that are still available to shop online. So, without further ado, here are the top products we spotted in tours during the month of February that you can shop right now.

Eleanor Leather Sofa

Finding a good leather sofa is very much a “you’ll know it when you see it” type of thing—and when we spotted these twin sofas in Victor Hoffman’s house call, we immediately fell in love. Found at Kardiel, the Eleanor sofa is a MCM lover’s dream. We love how Victor kept the rest of the space dark and cozy, making the leather sofas really stand out (and look at those throw pillows!). Plus, right now you can get it for 30 percent off.

Buy: Eleanor Leather Sofa, $2395 $1697 from Kardiel

Mid-Century Art Display Coffee Table

We’ve seen this two-tiered coffee table on West Elm’s site before, but seeing it in someone’s actual home just hits different. Raisa Aziz and Henry Harding’s D.C. tour proves just want a statement piece this coffee table is—and to be honest, we were expecting it to be priced much higher. Keep it simple up top and use the bottom shelf to store (and display) books and trays.

Buy: Mid-Century Art Display Coffee Table, $399 from West Elm

Credit: Andrew Bui

Poly & Bark Dining Chair

Why settle for regular, boring dining chairs when you could have orange ones? Esi Agbemenu took the plunge, and her tiny space is better for it. We love how the pop of color from the Poly & Bark chairs contrasts with the industrial all-gray kitchen, and how she paired them with a more traditional dining table. (Both the wood base and the glass top can be found at Pier1.)

Buy: Poly & Bark Dining Chair, $48.02 from Amazon

Tic Tac Tiles Peel & Stick Backsplash

You know about peel & stick wallpaper, but have you ever considered a peel & stick backsplash? The renter-friendly decor solution sounds almost too good to be true, but after looking at this Before & After we’ve been converted to believers. Available on Amazon, this subway tile-styled backsplash is an easy, budget-friendly way to upgrade your bathroom—no tools required.

Buy: Tic Tac Tiles Peel & Stick Backsplash (5 sheets), $25.99 from Amazon

Cold Picnic Boob Bath Mat

You can actually buy both of the bath mats featured in Miki Carter’s bathroom, but we really need to talk about the Boob Mat. Made by popular textile brand Cold Picnic, the mat hit peak popularity a few years ago, but in our option it’ll never go out of style. (And if you’re interested, the other mat can be found at Urban Outfitters for $39, although it’s on backorder until May.)

Buy: Cold Picnic Boob Bath Mat, $60 from ban.do

Credit: Andrew Bui

Slope Bar/Counter Stool

Would you ever consider renting furniture? Feather is a newer brand that allows members to rent furniture for a fee every month, until you either decide to keep it or swap for something new. We spotted these leather bar stools in Folasade Adeoso and Noah Levine’s tour, and were happily surprised to find out they’re rentals—as are the coffee table and leather sofa.

Rent: Slope Bar/Counter Stool, $18/month from Feather

Ferris Carnival Shag Area Rug

There’s nothing like a fun, multi-colored rug to change up a space. We spotted this shag rug from Rugs USA in Miki Carter’s tour, and love how it serves as a focal point for the entire studio. It can be risky to go with such a bold choice in a tiny space, but the bright colors and geometric patterns totally work here.

Buy: Ferris Carnival Shag Area Rug-4’x6′, $223.59 $93.40 from Rugs USA

Light Society Beaker Plug-In Wall Sconce

Our House Tour editor’s own tour is full of vintage and budget-friendly finds, like these twin plug-in sconces found on Amazon. Adrienne bought two to frame her bed, and they’re a great solution if you don’t have room for two nightstands and lamps. If you don’t have any nearby plugs, you can also buy a hardwired version, and both options are also available in black.

Buy: Light Society Beaker Plug-In Wall Sconce, $37.11 from Amazon

Credit: Mike Leavitt

iNSPIRE Q Myra Storage Desk

Catherine Leavitt’s home office Before & After is full of incredible finds, like this storage desk that we were surprised to find out is from Overstock. In fact, pretty much everything in this office was purchased on a budget: The chair is from Pier 1, the task light is from IKEA, and the chandelier is from Wayfair.

Buy: iNSPIRE Q Myra Storage Desk, $476.49 $428.84 from Overstock

Credit: Chinasa Cooper

Linen Duvet Cover

It’s no surprise that we’re suckers for Parachute’s bedding, but Trinity Mouzon Wofford and Issey Kobori’s bedroom really seals the deal. The linen duvet cover looks perfectly wrinkled and inviting, and we love how they paired the white duvet with blush pink sheets (from Buffy) and brightly patterned vintage rugs for extra warmth.

Buy: Linen Duvet Cover, $250 for Full/Queen from Parachute

Bacharach Swivel Chair

This corner of Erich Bergen’s bedroom is a perfect moody reading nook, and it’s all thanks to this gorgeous Jonathan Adler chair. Upholstered in a champagne-colored velvet, it has some major Studio 54 vibes (peep the 54 pillow, also from Jonathan Adler but no longer available). It’s expensive, but makes for an unforgettable statement piece. (And if you’re wondering, the floor lamp is from West Elm.)

Buy: Bacharach Swivel Chair, $2750 from Jonathan Adler

Baxton Studio Harlow Dresser

The West Elm coffee table isn’t the only thing we want to buy after looking at Raisa Aziz and Henry Harding’s D.C. tour. This dresser from Target fits perfectly in the couple’s space, and we love how it combines both MCM design with Scandi-inspired style.

Buy: Baxton Studio Harlow Dresser, $357.99 $322.19 from Target

Bungalow Rose Amee Accent Mirror

Kara Thomas first saw this type of mirror in a showroom a few years ago, and was thrilled when she found a similar one for less than $150 on Wayfair. She placed it in her colorful bedroom as an accent piece, and we’re officially obsessed with it. The boho fringe! The semi-circle shape! The only thing that makes it better is that it’s currently on sale.

Buy: Bungalow Rose Amee Accent Mirror, $149.99 $134.99 from Wayfair

RoomMates Tropical Palm Leaf Peel and Stick Wallpaper

A little bit of pattern can go a long way, especially in small spaces, and Lee Pera’s tiny home is proof. With not a lot of wall space to work with, Pera chose to cover some of it with this palm leaf print wallpaper, which adds both a dose of personality and brings the outdoors in.

Buy: RoomMates Tropical Palm Leaf Peel and Stick Wallpaper, $34.99 $30.33 from Amazon