11 Awesome Home Brands You Can Shop on Amazon

le creuset pot
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Amazon is probably your go-to for books and the odd household item. But if you dig deep enough, you'll find that there are actually some really awesome brands you can shop on the site. Here are our faves in the home and kitchen categories:

pendleton blanket
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Pendleton, the esteemed maker of distinctly American textiles, has plenty of their classic blankets on the 'zon.

2. Rivet

rivet yello chair
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Rivet is a midcentury-inspired brand with a heavy focus on midrange furniture.

areaware coasters
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Areaware, one of our favorite Brooklyn-based design studios, has many of their most popular trinkets on the site.

yamazaki caddy
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This utilitarian home brand focused on storage solutions is perfect for minimalist homes.

le creuset blue pot
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No kitchen is complete without this French cookware line.

pink safavieh bench
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Looking for a dupe for something ultraluxe you saw in a fancy decor mag? Chances are, Safavieh has something within an affordable range. Also, they have an ample selection of rugs.

gold strainers
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Bloomingville is a bit all over the place, and that's why we like it: You'll find ceramic planters, classy brass accents, and then an assortment of sugary-sweet decor that's best in a nursery.

blue spindle chair
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Here's a line of furniture from design duo Robert and Cortney Novogratz that offers a little bit of everything.

diptyque baies candle
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You could make the trek out to Barneys to get one of these fancy French candles ... or you could just order one in your jammies.

10. Muji

muji shredder
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Need a basic homeware shipped to you ASAP? Good news: There's plenty of Muji on Amazon.

11. Umbra

wood shower caddy
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This affordable line offers storage items and decor that are a step above basic.


Leonora Epstein

Leonora Epstein

Leonora Epstein is Hunker's Senior Director of Content. She has previously served as Executive Editor at HelloGiggles and as BuzzFeed's Deputy Editorial Director. She is the co-author of "X vs. Y: A Culture War, a Love Story" (Abrams, 2014).