8 of Our Favorite Brands that Have Collaborations with West Elm

published Aug 19, 2019
We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. All prices were accurate at the time of publishing.
Post Image

West Elm is consistently one of our favorite retailers for modern furniture and accessories for all rooms of the home, but we just fell in love with the site even more after discovering a section devoted to their many collabs. The long list includes several of our favorite brands, including Fishs Eddy, Floyd, Minted, SMEG, and many more, including a couple of partnerships with valuable non-profits. Some of them created products exclusively for West Elm, while others partnered with the retailer to sell some of their most popular pieces on the site. We rounded up some of our favorites below, but be sure to check out the full list here—you might just discover something new.

Follow Topics for more like this

Follow for more stories like this

If you’ve ever been inside a Fishs Eddy store, you know the beloved retailer sells a huge range of quirky plates, glassware, and other entertaining essentials—plus a whole lot more. Their collection with West Elm is small but memorable, with a cheese plate shaped like a painter’s palette, a mirrored gold tray that’s perfect for storing jewelry and other trinkets, and a gilded dinnerware set, all pictured above.

Detroit-based furniture company Floyd is most well-known for their modular bed, but the retailer has a ton of super functional and stylish pieces. Not only can you purchase their bed on West Elm, but you can also find their popular sofa and sectional, as well as a couple different tables. These are all excellent investment pieces and are built so that they’re easy to move from one apartment to the next—always a win.

You probably recognize Chilewich—the textile company is well-known for their modern placemats and floor mats. Their collaboration with West Elm includes a mix of both, with both muted and colorful options that will add some personality to any space. In particular, we’re loving the Pop and Beam placemats, as well as the simple striped shag mat.

Minted is a favorite source of ours when it comes to purchasing inexpensive art, as well as lovely paper goods. Their collection with West Elm includes several dozen framed prints from independent artists, featuring everything from soft landscapes to bold graphics. The beach scene is perfect for a coastal home, the abstract art will bring major life to any space, and the thumbprint piece is simple and modern.

SMEG products are just the coolest—just check out several of our House Tours if you’re not convinced. We love their retro look and functionality, not to mention how much fun their bright colors look in then kitchen. Several of our favorites are sold on West Elm, including this toaster, refrigerator, and funky electric kettle.

Yes, you can stock up on your tech at West Elm, too. Nest offers tons of useful products to ensure you and your family feel safe at all times, and several of their most popular items are available on West Elm. A video doorbell makes it easy to see who’s standing on the front stoop, while the thermostat can be adjusted from any location via an iPhone. The indoor camera helps you feel safe even when you’re away (or you can use it to spy on your pet!).

Shop Samuji’s gorgeous textiles (made of fabrics sourced from Europe and Japan) and add a pop of print to your home. The designer is most well-known for high-end women’s apparel, but the brand’s small home collection with West Elm is not to be missed. Whether you’re in the market for a throw pillow or two or new curtains, there are plenty of colorful options—and much of it is on sale right now.

The Bouqs Co. is one of our favorite places to order flowers online, and we were pretty excited to discover that you can order a small selection of their famous bouquets at West Elm. While you can’t purchase a subscription through West Elm, you can order a mix of colorful and thoughtful bouquets, including The Flamingo, Hermosa, and Sincere.