Amazon: It's your go-to for water filters, phone cases, and all those books you have yet to actually read. But if you take a minute to poke around, it turns out there are some seriously stylish finds. So with this in mind, we've done the hard work and digging for you to find nine Amazon home pieces that look like boutique finds below.
This set of planters is handmade for succulents and air plants. If "handmade" doesn't scream boutique to you, then we don't know what will.
This unisex apron features little details that are extra special, such as a button on the left pocket and red stitching along all of its straps.
A cat-shaped bed with a cat-shaped cutout for your cat: Does it get any better? Are you keeping up? But jokes aside, this practical bed doubles as a scratching post, so you can save on investing in both.
Any confection will be sittin' pretty on this genuine marble cake plate. Plus, it comes in at a very reasonable price point considering its construction.
Do you never know where to put the wet sponge you've used but are not ready to throw out yet? Us, either. But this has to be the most hilarious solution possible. It'd make a great gag gift, too.
There may not be a prettier saucepan out there. It's a beautiful example of Japanese minimalist design with its clean, white color and maple accents.
You know what your dinner party is missing? A water pitcher, so your guests don't have to run to the kitchen every time they run out out of H2O. This visually-pleasing one is even embossed with the word "water" ... you know, in case you forget.
If you don't think a trashcan could be cool, think again. This one looks like the crumpled paper it's intended to hold. Mind blown.
Undeniably the most annoying sound ever: A clock tick-tocking the night away. But this elegant, rose gold option doesn't do that — promise!
Carolin Lehmann is an Associate Editor at Hunker. She's a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism and has previously written for HuffPost, Seventeen magazine, and a variety of local news outlets. As a studio apartment dweller, she's always on the lookout for new ways to decorate a rental on a budget.