6 Stylish Amazon Finds That Influencers Love
It’s no secret that Amazon is a great source for budget-friendly home decor. They carry a seemingly neverending array of furniture, accessories, and tchotchkes, many of which are available with two-day shipping for Prime members. And no matter what your personal style—Scandi, mid-mod, boho, minimalist—there’s bound to be something that catches your eye.
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But with thousands of items to slog through it can be tough to know where to start. So we looked through some of our favorite design-minded blogs to find the Amazon home products that influencers love. We can’t promise they’ll turn you into Instagram star overnight, but they might just be the extra dose of style your home needs.
1. LNC Swing Arm Wall Lamp, $50
Emily Henderson used 10 (yep, ten!) of these sleek sconces in her makeover of a 120-year-old barn. The combo of matte black and brass is timeless, and the shape is decidedly vintage chic.
2. Copper Light Switch Cover, $3
Light switches tend to be one of the least interesting parts of any room, so we love how Jenni Radosevich of I Spy DIY used these inexpensive covers to add some aesthetic appeal to an otherwise utilitarian home feature. (Check out her full home tour here.)
When Coco Kelley styled an entryway and closet in partnership with Amazon, obviously every item came from the online store, but this black-and-white, geometric umbrella stand immediately caught our eye.
Wit & Delight featured this mid-century modern-inspired stunner in a roundup of their favorite dressers. Its two-tone drawers and wooden legs add extra visual appeal.
When Bri Emery of Design Love Fest shared her top picks for Amazon Prime Day, this blush blanket was a standout. She called out its softness and breathability, making it an ideal choice for summer bedding.
6. Smeg Pink 1.7-Liter Kettle, $130
Alyssa Garrison, the blogger behind Random Acts of Pastel, included this pink Smeg kettle in her home decor holiday gift guide last year, but its pastel hue means you can leave it out all year long.