Just 10 Unique Home Finds From Etsy

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If you're sick of having the same home decor as everyone and their mom, try Etsy. You can find unique pieces to spice up your space, and supporting small entrepreneurs just feels good. From pillows to vases, check out some of our favorite Etsy finds below.

1. BlancLaine Handwoven Pillow, starting at $79.97

Speaking of unique, these pillows are one-of-a-kind, as they're handwoven on a frame loom. They're available in two sizes.

2. Yahalomis Ceramic Salt and Pepper Shakers, $52

Who would have thought salt and pepper shakers could be this chic? These minimalist ones are handmade from white ceramics and lava stone.

3. Depeapa Terrazzo Vases Illustration, $23

Etsy lists terrazzo as one of this spring's top decor trends. And we'd agree based on this beautiful print.

4. LaPetiteMelina Cat Bed With a Matching Pad, starting at $89

Precious is an understatement. This mountain cat-bed for you little climber can even be personalized with her name.

5. ShadeonShape Wooden Vases ( Set of 3 ), $39

How lovely. These vases are made from sycamore wood and are painted with perfectly curated colors.

6. WoolenTenderness Needle Felted Baby Mobile, $158

Have you ever seen anything sweeter? This baby mobile features woodland creatures worthy of a Brothers Grimm folktale.

7. Tramake Wood Coasters, $30

Coasters are a must-have, so you may as well make a statement with yours. These are birch wood and have a minimal geometric pattern.

8. Foxandcloverboutique Hope You Like Dogs Doormat, $36

Greeting your guests with a sense of humor is never a bad idea.

9. CircleCityDesignCo Personalized Cutting Board, starting at $28

Personalized items are just extra special — heirlooms, you could say. And you can seriously customize this cutting board, from what type of wood you want to what you'd like written on it.

10. My3BoysDesigns Weighted Blanket, starting at $125

Weighted blankets are having a moment, as they're said to relieve anxiety. With this one, you can even pick its color and weight.


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.

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