All the Best New Home Products That Dropped in April

updated May 2, 2024
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Cozy living room in plant filled Brooklyn apartment.
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Here at AT, our inboxes get flooded each month with what feels like dozens of new product launch alerts. We do our best to sort through them and pick out the most exciting ones to put on your radar, whether it’s a sheet set that’s perfect for year-round use or a leather sofa from one of our favorite home brands. Still, we thought it would be helpful to compile a list of new drops every month, as you might find some of the items in the roundup to be just as important and exciting as those we cover in individual posts. April wasn’t exactly noteworthy for its sales, but it was still rife with plenty of news-worthy product releases. You’ll see that all of the products below come from editor-loved brands, so whether you’re in the market for chic, breathable bedding or a pet-friendly sofa, you can rest assured that these picks have our stamp of approval.

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Graduation season is upon us, so if you're after the perfect gift, look no further than Homesick's latest release. The New Grad candle marries notes of jasmine, rosemary, and lemon flower to create a fragrance that's at once fresh and inviting. And, like all other Homesick candles, this one is completely non-toxic and free of lead, plastics, and other harmful ingredients.

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Quince's linen sheet set is made of 100% European flax and is more affordable than many other sets made from the same material. And now, it comes in gingham! Mark, AT's director of commerce, quickly came to love his set. "The linen has only gotten softer with each wash and shows no signs of wear," he wrote. "And I love that the sheets can be used all year round: They’ve kept me warm during the final days of winter, and because they’re so breathable, they’re ideal for the warmer days ahead." Snag your own set ahead of summer.

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April also saw the exciting launch of a new Ruggable collab, namely the Justina Blakeney collection. The founder of the boho-inspired Jungalow home line came out with a range of whimsical rugs, including this '70s-inspired piece. Its large-scale florals invoke Egyptian papyrus flowers that’ll play well with potted plant decor. Despite the busy print, this rug sports a neutral enough color scheme of yellows, browns, and pinks, making it easier to style than you might initially think.

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Instantly revamp any wall with WallPops' peel-and-stick wallpaper. The brand just launched a new collaboration with designer Rachel Antonoff, and the line features a diverse range of fun prints. We were particularly drawn to this vintage-inspired wallpaper, which adds depth to any office, bathroom, or dining nook. And it goes without saying that it's totally renter-friendly.

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I was thrilled to try Parachute's new Heirloom Tencel Linen bedding right before the warmer temps hit. The sheet set feels cool and smooth to the touch, yet sports that relaxed, slightly wrinkled finish that linen is known for. Plus, it’s made from a blend of European flax linen and Tencel lyocell fibers, the former of which is sustainably sourced, biodegradable, and made in a closed-loop production process to minimize waste.

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Now might not seem like the time to invest in down-filled bedding, but Avocado Green's new down-filled duvet insert comes in two versions — all-season and lightweight — so you never have to take it off your bed. Besides, once you experience its softness and breathable cotton shell, we have a feeling it'll become your favorite bed covering for every season.

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Have any summer travel plans coming up? You'll need lightweight but durable luggage that also looks great. Enter Samsonite's Essens line, which includes this zipperless carry-on made from 100% recycled PET bottles. It also boasts a 3-point lock closing system and integrated TSA lock, as well as removable interior compartments and hand-washable packing cubes.

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Sure, sofas are expensive, but you shouldn't have to baby your furniture in order to avoid everyday wear and tear. If you have pets or small children, you can just opt for one of Ashley's new pet-friendly seating options. We especially love the Belvoir sofa, which is at once sleek and small-space-friendly. Best of all, stains lift right out of its performance fabric upholstery, and it's only $800.

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Weezie recently collaborated with interior designer Katie Ridder on a line of chic printed linens, including the brand's first-ever picnic blanket. This outdoor must-have is available in two prints and features a luxurious terry material on the non-printed side. This makes the blanket perfect for the park and the beach.

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Article's new outdoor collections are live, and they feature both big dining sets created with large gatherings in mind and sophisticated side pieces that won't take up too much space on smaller patios. We love this bistro-style table in particular, which is great for enjoying meals on the terrace. Best of all, it folds up when not in use, and at $149, it won't break the bank.

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Chasing Paper

Another peel-and-stick wallpaper collection you have to check out is Chasing Paper's Heritage Collection, which celebrates the brand's 10th anniversary. The Legacy Leaves wallpaper is our favorite from the line; it'll work wonders to brighten up your living space, dining room, or home office with its sunny leaf motif. Plus, it's completely fade- and stain-resistant.