"If at first you don’t succeed try, try and try again."

For the better part of the year, I've had the privilege of working from home, so I started reimagining the interiors of my loft. I am always on the hunt for furniture I will treasure for years; sheltering in place has only renewed my motivation.

With the arrival of the new year, perhaps redecorating is high on your list of resolutions. For investment pieces that are not only durable but will also convey a sense of modern elegance, make West Elm your first stop. The retailer is currently having a major warehouse sale, and it's worth taking a look at.

Expect eye-catching wall prints, sculptural objects, sleek cabinets, and expensive-looking chairs for only a fraction of the price.

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