4 interior designers and experts reveal their most treasured home décor pieces

These classic home décor pieces stand the test of time.

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Streamlining my wardrobe has always been a walk in the park; it's second nature.
Classics such as a white tee and well-fitting pair of jeans will always surpass any item trending at the moment, and it's my common sense that continuously steers me away from making any impulsive purchases.

However, when it comes to furnishing my space and choosing the best home décor piecesWell, I can't exactly say my instincts are so spot-on. 

Admittedly, I'm repeatedly gravitating towards the latest-and-greatest trends, despite knowing the optics are rarely ruling in my favor. My problem is: I love everything. 

Purple pieces I haven't seen since middle school: check! 80's-inspired fringe: you got it! Mushroom lamps that will most definitely be out-of-style by the time the retailer ships it: guilty!

As a result, my apartment is chaos – organized chaos — but chaos, no less. And, as I inch closer and closer to my 30's, I've realized it's time to invest in home décor the same way I invest in my wardrobe, meaning I need prospects that last longer than a season (at best).  

I require not only a professional's help but some professional insight; a blueprint of sorts of what to drift towards and what to flee from — and that's exactly what I got. 

To help guide me to the good and away from the bad, I've turned to a handful of home experts and top interior designers to share their best home purchases ever and why they love those home décor pieces so much, hoping it will inspire some smart shopping of my own. 

Wondering who loved what — continue scrolling to see!  

1. Natalie Papier

Natalie Papier best buys

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Natalie Papier is an artist, designer, and influencer, most notably recognized for running her vintage and eclectic interior design company, Home Ec. 

Follow her on Instagram @home_ec_op

Natalie's best buy 

2. Bobby Berk

Bobby Berk's best buy

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Bobby Berk is a design expert & Emmy-nominated TV host known for his work on Queer Eye. He also leads his eponymous brand, which includes lifestyle destination BobbyBerk.com

Follow him on Instagram @Bobby

Bobby's best buy

3. Tiffany Brooks

Tiffany Brooks' best buy

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Tiffany Brooks is a wife, mom, and lead interior designer and principal of Tiffany Brooks Interiors. Located in the northern suburbs of Chicago, her mission is to create stunning living environments that encompass a client's individual needs and unique style. 

Powered by her passion and her client's taste, Brooks seeks to uncover the flavor, personification, and soul of each client's home. Additionally, she is the host of HGTV's Smart Home Giveaway series and soon to star in her own show, $50k Three Ways, coming in 2021. 

Follow her on Instagram @tiffanybrooksinteriors

Tiffany's best buy

4. Sarah Sherman Samuel

Sarah Sherman Samuels best home buy

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Sarah Sherman Samuel is a multidisciplinary designer who currently splits her time between Los Angeles, California, and Grand Rapids, Michigan. Her holistic design approach spans interiors, textiles, products, and decorative arts.  A color and pattern expert, Sarah is known for effortlessly combining styles to create distinctive spaces, coveted products, and artful images that have been shared and repinned by millions of Pinterest users.

Follow Sarah on Instagram @sarahshermansamuel

Sarah's best buy

Brittany Romano
Brittany Romano

Brittany Romano joins the Real Homes team as their U.S. E-commerce Editor, based in New York City. From her start as a fashion market assistant at Marie Claire to building highly profitable commerce vertical at Us Weekly and AMI brands, Brittany has produced award-winning content covering everything from celebrity beauty hacks to must-have items from online sales. She is a graduate of New England College. When she isn’t writing, you can find Brittany indulging in yet another DIY-project or cheering on her beloved Boston Bruins. Find her on Instagram at @Rammmyyy.