One Kings Lane Just Became More Affordable, Thanks to Bed Bath & Beyond

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One Kings Lane, one of our favorite sources for luxury furniture and design inspo, just got a lot more accessible. One Kings Lane Open House, the second private-label brand from Bed Bath & Beyond, promises to bring the popular e-retailer's style to its customers at a fraction of the price.

Bed Bath & Beyond acquired One Kings Lane in 2015, but this is its first line under the brand's name. The result is a modern, chic collection of furniture and home décor pieces. One Kings Lane Open House follows Bed Bath & Beyond's first private label, Bee & Willow, which launched earlier this year. The company plans to launch more labels this year and into 2020.

Available on both retailers' sites, One Kings Lane Open House starts at $24.99 for small rugs and goes up to $1,199.99 for furniture pieces. In addition, many of the pieces will be eligible for those great Bed Bath & Beyond promotions that we love. Here are some of our favorite items from this collection:

This reproduction of a vintage sketch of the English countryside, with a walnut-colored frame, is a welcome addition to any home's decor.

This bar cart features two glass shelves for storing your home bar essentials, as well as rolling casters for easy movement.

This luxe chair will add instant class to any room in your home. It features a quality wooden frame with a white finish, as well as plush cushions in an onyx toile pattern.

This statement-making sofa will transform any living room. Upholstered in ivory polyester fabric, it features both a camelback design and flared arms.

This modern console table can do double duty as both a side table and a media console for a stereo and small speakers. The tortoiseshell finish and aged gold hardware give the sleek wood frame that added glam, making it a perfect focal point for a room.


Laura Ratliff

Laura Ratliff

Laura is a New York City-based freelance writer who writes about travel, food, and design. Her work has appeared in Architectural Digest, Bon Appétit, GQ, Condé Nast Traveler, and more. She's a sucker for a good curbside furniture find.