12 Home Brands You Didn’t Know Were On Amazon — Shop The Best Home Decor on Amazon
Confession: I’ve found some of my favorite home decor pieces on Amazon. While patience and persistence (er, highly-filtered searches and tenacious digging through a multitude of options) account for many of those wins, others were handed over on a silver platter. That’s because some of the very best home decor brands out there—the likes of Le Creuset, Muji, Pendelton, Jonathan Adler, and Brooklinen—are actually available right on Amazon.
Searching by brand is one of the best ways to make the unwieldy world of home shopping on Amazon a bit more manageable. Whether you’re in the market for large-scale furniture pieces or stylish decorative objects, you can take advantage of fast, free Prime shipping (and often times, shave a few dollars off in-store prices) without sacrificing the reliable quality that comes with brands you already know and love. That’s not to mention the convenience of buying multiple items from different brands in one fell swoop.
Aside from the aforementioned classics, I’ve even found some new favorite home brands on Amazon that I wish I knew about sooner. Check out Novogratz for affordable furniture like their best-selling sleeper sofa, Areaware for the perfect object or game to complete your bookshelf display, orYamazaki Home for some serious organizational assistance.
Read on for 12 of the best home decor brands we found on Amazon, and what to add to your cart from each.
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Muji, the Japanese brand known for design-forward, practical, and budget-friendly household essentials (not to mention their popular brick-and-mortar stores), is one of Amazon’s best-kept secrets. Case in point: it’s line of acacia wood dinnerware that starts at under $10.
Novogratz is hands-down one of the best brands on Amazon for affordable furniture. Take the brand’s futon sofa, for example. It’s actually nice-looking (a rare find in the world of futons), has almost 4,000 5-star reviews, and will only set you back $400.
If you’re serious about sheets you already know Brooklinen (and probably already own a set). For the uninitiated, the brand behind the “Internet’s favorite sheets” makes luxury hotel-quality bedding without the luxury hotel price tag. Try upgrading to the luxe core sheet set for a better night’s sleep.
Elevate your kitchen with arguably the most iconic cookware brand of all time, Le Creuset. Generations of chefs and home cooks alike swear by the cast iron dutch oven, which also happens to be 40% off right now.
Umbra makes minimal furniture, decor, and storage with a contemporary twist. It’s mirrors and curtain rods are among the most popular on Amazon, and we’re huge fans of these ergonomic indoor/outdoor chairs that look just as great at your desk as on your patio (the design was featured in San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art).
Pendleton, storied maker of the most luxurious wool blankets money can buy, is also now available with free two-day shipping. The brand’s signature Southwestern aesthetic and natural materials will bring a cozy, rustic vibe into your home.
On the opposite end of the aesthetic spectrum, there’s Jonathan Adler. The potter turned design titan is known for his maximal, whimsical, and glamorous style. The brand’s furniture isn’t available on Amazon, but you can snag it’s famous ceramics, tabletop decor, and candles (all of which make great gifts!) on the site.
An addition to your long list of reliable Scandinavian design houses: Marimekko, a studio known for bold patterns and bright colors, specializing in textiles. The brand’s bedding is sold on Amazon and the Pienet Kivet reversible quilt, pictured here, has a near-perfect 5-star rating.
Society6, the game-changing online marketplace for shopping designs by independent artists, recently launched an Amazon storefront featuring some of Society6’s most popular home decor. If you’re looking for wall art, throw pillows, tapestries, or furniture that you can’t find anywhere else, this is a great place to start.
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