Curated Amazon Home Decor Finds (That Are Actually Good)

As much as I love hunting down vintage and one-of-a-kind items, there’s something so satisfying about a good Amazon find. In a post-pandemic world, shipping and delivery costs on home goods have become astronomical, so I appreciate quick and free shipping more than ever. And since posting my first list of home Amazon home decor faves a few years ago, I’ve come across so many new pieces! To be honest I’m truly amazed at the quality of the ceramics, travertine pieces and glassware especially.

Let’s get in to it shall we?


  1. Leather Tissue Box Cover
  2. Textured Bowl
  3. Travertine Ring Dish
  4. Travertine Incense Burner (obsessed with this!)
  5. Marble Ruffled Bowl
  6. Japanese Ceramic Vase
  7. Travertine Candlesticks
  8. Sage and Match Holder
  9. Stoneware speckled Crock
  10. Stoneware Speckled Handless Pitcher
  11. Mini Footed Organic Planter
  12. Patina Bowl
  13. Travertine Tray
  14. Paper Mache Sculpture (I have definitely seen this at much more expensive stores)

In my small kitchen, if there’s an item on my counter, it must be both beautiful and functional. There’s no reason why the everyday use items can’t be equally as design-forward and thoughtful the rest of the home, so I use my precious counter space as an opportunity to evoke a sense of elevated luxury.


  1. White Marble Salt Bowl with Salt Spoon
  2. Rippled Wave Glasses
  3. Marble Salt Cellar
  4. Checkered Stoneware Pitcher
  5. Glass Mugs
  6. Salt and Pepper Shakers
  7. KitchenAid Rubber Oven Mitts
  8. Natural Dish Brush
  9. Wood and Glass Jars
  10. Ribbed Glasses With Straws
  11. Ribbed Coffee Mug Set
  12. 15 Piece Knife and Wood Block Set


  1. Resident Dog: Incredible Homes and the Dogs Who Live There
  2. Arranging Things
  3. Pacific Natural at Home
  4. Vincent Van Duysen Works 2009-2018
  5. McAlpine Romantic Modernism
  6. Michael del Piero: Traveled and Textural
  7. Rural Retreats
  8. Studio Ko
  9. Axel Vervoordt: Wabi Inspirations
  10. Soft Minimal: Norm Architects: A Sensory Approach to Architecture and Design
  11. Paul Klee: 1939
  12. Mid-Century Modern: High-End Furniture in Collectors’ Interiors

I’ve posted about my fave coffee table books last year, but there are so many new additions to my list! I use these everywhere in my home: on coffee tables, bar cart, and stacked on a shelf.

And there you have it!

If you want to see even more Amazon finds, head over to my Amazon storefront for furniture, lighting, and more.


*While this post is not sponsored, it does use affiliate links, which means I do earn a small commission if you click through and make a purchase. As always, this does not sway my opinions at all.


May 12, 2023

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