Condo Makeover: Source List

Did something in Tuesday’s reveal catch your eye? Here’s a detailed source list of where we got everything in Maggie’s condo makeover. Some of the products are linked (not affiliate links, just links to the exact item to make life easier). If the item is not linked, that means we couldn’t find an exact link, it isn’t sold anymore, or we got it at a place that doesn’t offer online shopping… ie. Goodwill, thrift stores, HomeGoods, etc.This city condo makeover is full of great tips.

If you take nothing else from this source list, we hope you can walk away with the sense that we encouraged Mag to spend some money on a few key items (couch, chair, table, shelf) but beyond the staples, it doesn’t take a ton of money to make the space look full & glamorous. For example, the lamp was $16 (!!), several of the accessories were from Goodwill, and the statement mirror was less than $100. <— And this is why we love this room that.much.more.

City Condo Source List
This living room is decorated beautifully with table accents.

Couch: Wayfair
Side Table: Wayfair
Stool: Target (similar here)
Chair: HomeGoods

Lamp: Ross for less <– $16 score!
Mug: The Everygirl
Vase: HomeGoods
Geometric Pillow: HomeGoods
Blanket: HomeGoods

This unique coffee table and area rug compliment each other. Coffee Table: Wayfair
Rug: Wayfair


This wall mounted mirror makes the space feel spacious. Mirror: IKEA (Similar here)

This wooden shelving unit fits perfectly against the wall. Shelving Unit: World Market Cost Plus (couldn’t find the exact link… anyone else have any luck?)

This wooden shelving unit is perfect for a mini bar or for books. Accessories on the shelf (from top shelf down):

Gold Moose Head: HomeGoods (similar here)
White Marble Weight: Target
Books: Garage Sales/Estate Sales
Pencils + Holder: HomeGoods (Clearance)
Gold Tool Box: Crate & Barrel Outlet (Filled with wine corks)
Succulent: Target
Candle Holder: Goodwill <– originally from Target
Wood Accent: HomeGoods
Bar Accessories: Thrift stores + Goodwill

We usually get all of our decanters + bar merchandise from Goodwill, estate sales, or thrift stores. We scored this adorable penguin martini shaker from a local thrift store for $3! <– because who doesn’t want a fancy penguin helping them mix their drinks?!

This living room is the perfect mixture of vintage, used goods and new items.

The large windows in this living room add a lot of light to the space.
Chair: HomeGoods (similar here)
Pillows (both): HomeGoods
Basket: HomeGoods (similar here)
Striped Blanket: IKEA
This plant stand is a unique accent to the room.

Paint Color: Benjamin Moore’s San Antonio Gray (more details here)
Plant + Plant Basket: IKEA
Plant Stand: Super Easy DIY tutorial here

Decorative books and flowers look great on coffee tables.
Book: Elements of Style
Coasters: HomeGoods
Gold Sphere: HomeGoods
Jewelry dish: thrifted
Aloe Plant: Target (fake)This living room is the perfect mixture of traditional and modern.

We think that covers just about everything! And for those that are just tuning in now, make sure you check out the  rest of the makeover in these posts:



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