Look: you can let assholes in the comment sections of design websites tell you what's hott and what's not to put in your home, or you can buy all the formerly trendy shit you like and not worry about what anyone thinks.
Better yet, you can gift all the stuff you wish you were brave enough to keep for yourself to other people!
vinyl decal headboard: those lame-ass wall decals that said "believe" or some shit on them gave vinyl decals a bad rep. This is a good gift for poor people who can't afford a real bed frame. $40.
wood salt & pepper shakers: It doesn't matter if you don't give a shit about reclaimed wood and low VOC milk paint; these shakers are modern and simple. $48.
fu dogs: Fu dogs may have gone through a trendy period recently but considering that they've been around for two thousand years, it's safe to say they'll be in again at some point. $22.50
mustache on a stick: Mustaches have long been the workhorse inspiration of the Etsy crowd but this little stocking stuffer would look good stuck anywhere around the house. $6.
zoo year calendar: Woodland creatures and faux bois etc. are still plugging along...barely. $32.99.
rope knot door stop: This rope knot door stop/book end might be a little too shabby chic but it'll still hold your door open. $42.
chalkboard wall decal: Wall decal and fake chalkboard are a double dose of faded trends, but remembering shit you have to do never gets old. $24.
Rhino Head: Unfortunately, rhinos are on their way to being as extinct as the taxidermy trend. Better get one fast. $64.99
Key Box: Typography used to be pretty hott, but finding your keys will ALWAYS be hott. $24.99.
glass water bottle and carafe: the making glass or ceramic versions of ordinary junk has been done to death, but this water bottle would look great in a guest room. $30.
birch tree dormat: A take on that ubiquitous forest wallpaper that smug people love. $32.99.