American culture developed a love for makeover and renovation shows a long time ago. No matter the situation, there seems to be an infatuation with seeing something or someone completely transform into something better – consider it a bad to bougie situation—no Migos.

Walmart is tapping into the transformation game and wants everyone to know that their every day low prices do not indicate that its products aren’t top-tier.

For those into home décor, reimagining spaces to be more versatile and have better vibes, everyone’s favorite neighborhood store has something to turn that room from a nah to a must-have space.

Home & Texture teamed up with Walmart and tapped influencer Tiffany Clark to show the world how she elevated her office from bad to bougie, offering summer time vibes to her work space.

With green, gold, orange, and marble vibes, Clark is being intentional with her reinvented space. These mood colors offer the ultimate chill vibe, perfect for inspiration, focus, and creativity.

Clark’s work is all done in a perfectly positioned plush velvet swivel computer chair by Mainstays. The goal here is to provide comfort and style all while appropriately complemented by matching velvet chairs with gold accents that welcome guests for thought partnership or relaxation as they spill the tea about what’s hot in culture.

The large area rug brings the space together, serving as an anchor and adding a cozy and comfy feel to the work area.The design of the SAFAVIEH Amelia Morven Abstract Area Rug plays off the linear curtains that give the room greater dimensions. And if you focus on her desk, you’ll find Clark organized with Walmart’s organizing and productivity tools like the tape dispenser, file organizer, and assorted stationery.

But once the focus is off the productivity items, the eye has to catch the coordinating pieces that make the room pop. From the globe to the Better Homes and Gardens Mahogany scented candles, even down to the gold picture frames holding pics from the most recent flown-out adventure, every detail is uniquely curated to make a statement.

Tiffany Clark transformed her office, but Walmart has an array of home and décor options from additional brands like Duhome, DecMode, and CosmoLiving that can help reimagine any room in your home.

Tap in with Walmart and Clark below to learn how to take your space from bad to bougie: