15 Nostalgic Early 2000s Home Decor Gems That You Deserve to Have Again
Has home decor ever been better than it was in the early 2000s? We truly don't think so. From lava lamps to inflatable furniture to glow-in-the-dark stars on your ceiling, so much of what made the early 2000s epic was what we decorated our rooms with. And while we love some of the modern home decor trends that are popular now, our nostalgic hearts will always prefer things that we couldn't get enough of back then. It also helps that so many of those trends are coming back in style! If you want to decorate your space with things that remind of you that simpler, funkier time, we've got you covered. These early 2000s home decor gems are sure to fill your soul with nostalgic joy, so go ahead and treat yourself.
Trisonic Party Time Multi Color 360 Degree Rotating Mirror Disco Light
A disco ball will never not liven up a room. Bring back the funk with this Trisonic Party Time Multi Color 360 Degree Rotating Mirror Disco Light ($19).
Stengel Standard Faux Fur Classic Bean Bag
Faux fur and a beanbag chair? This Stengel Standard Faux Fur Classic Bean Bag ($129) is twice the throwback.
Set of 7 Gallery Frame Set Black - Room Essentials
From family photos in hallways to posters in bedrooms, wall hangings were happening in the early 2000s. Re-create the iconic look with this Set of 7 Gallery Frame Set Black - Room Essentials ($35).
Sony SLV-D380P DVD/VCR Combo Player with Progressive Scan
As DVDs became mainstream, many of us turned in our CRT TVs with built-in VCR for this bad boy. With the Sony SLV-D380P DVD/VCR Combo Player with Progressive Scan ($200, originally $499), you'll be able to watch every video from your past on your current TV.
Vintage Unisonic Clear Telephone 1980s Model 6900
Home phones with a see-through skeleton were all the rage. If you still have a landline (or want memorabilia from when you did), consider this Vintage Unisonic Clear Telephone 1980s Model 6900 ($105).
LYMO Novelty Emulational Hamburger Telephone
If the see-through home phones were a little before your time, you may relate better to this LYUMO Novelty Emulational Hamburger Telephone ($18, originally $50) à la Juno. It's currently out of stock, but sign up for an alert for when it's back!
Universal Affect - 7" Metal Glitter Locker Safe
Whether you used the coin slot and little box inside as a bank or just hid your random treasures inside, the Universal Affect - 7" Metal Glitter Locker Safe ($23) is a reminder that there is such a thing as being practical and cute.