Fab 5 From ‘Queer Eye’ Are Launching An Affordable Furniture Line At Walmart
These pieces would look fabulous in your home, honey!
Nothing can lift my spirits quite like Netflix’s “Queer Eye.” This gem of a show makes me laugh and cry — and it always leaves me smiling, no matter what else is going on in my life.
If you’ve seen the show, you know that the best thing about the Fab Five (aside from their hilarious and warm personalities) is their impeccable sense of fashion and design. It would be a dream come true if Jonathan cut my hair, Tan gave me a new wardrobe, Antoni taught me how to cook, Karamo gave me one of his heartfelt talks and Bobby decorated my house.
While most of us will never get a “Queer Eye” life makeover, at least your house can be one step closer to getting the Fab Five stamp of approval, thanks to a new Queer Eye Collection at Walmart!
Take a look at just some of the pieces you’ll find in the new collection:
Brayden Modern Accent Chair
This Brayden modern accent chair comes in four colors — beige, black, charcoal and green — and is $319. The charcoal, green and beige colors are chenille fabric, while the black is faux leather.
Copley Transitional End Table
One of the lowest-priced items in the collection, the Copley transitional end table is $75. The tabletop can hold up to 50 pounds, while the drawer can hold 10 pounds.
Farnsworth Mid-Century Fireplace TV Stand
Made to accommodate TVs up to 65 inches long, this Farnsworth mid-century fireplace TV stand is $335. The electric fireplace insert features a realistic flame effect that can be used with or without heat, so you can have the cozy feel of a fire even when it’s warm outside.
Copley Mid-Century Beverage Storage Cabinet
This beverage storage cabinet is a must-have for anyone who loves mid-century design. At $150, it has four shelves with two bottle dividers, so there is plenty of storage for wine and liquor, plus stemware and party supplies.
Brighton Sectional Sofa
Will you be adding any of these gorgeous pieces from the new Queer Eye Collection to your home?