Graduate from Ikea Hacks with Priley Lane

Tailor-made furniture to brighten your cave

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Forget matching the carpet to the drapes — you want that grass-cloth console to jibe with a leather chest and bamboo dining chairs.

Harmonize your home at Priley Lane, an online bespoke furniture store from local designers Delia Langley and Amelia Irvine.

The interiors-obsessed pair wearied of inventory that was too flimsy, too boring, or too expensive. Joining creative forces with a Waltham furniture maker, they fashioned a collection of midprice modern home staples (tables, dressers, bookcases) waiting for customization.

Choose a piece, then stay neutral with earthen stains or go full-on Palm Springs with berry-bright lacquers. Keep amplifying with a textured finish (linen, snakeskin); embellish with hardware (rock crystal, brass, chrome nailheads). Both image and price update immediately. The finished product arrives in two to four weeks. 

Langley and Irvine also stock accents like crocodile trays, rope mirrors, and feather pendant lamps sourced on antiquing jaunts (and from their own homes). The pair’s diverse rug collection includes flat-weave dhurries and hide throws in myriad colors, prints, and sizes.

You’ll be floored.

Available at prileylane.com, $79-$2,515.

Photos: Courtesy of Priley Lane