Given that we're a fashion site, we spend lots of time talking (and typing) about new fashion arrivals, which are a daily occurrence in the world of online shopping. But equally important is finding fresh items to decorate our living spaces with, which we've certainly realized after the past year of being stuck at home more than ever. Fashion people (in addition to everyone else) have become very interested in making their homes look as stylish as their wardrobes, and we've all discovered the joy of shopping for home décor online since the pandemic began.
All this said, I thought it would be fun and helpful to share with you the best new arrivals for your home that I've seen this month. Many are affordable, with a few worth-it splurges thrown in. Scroll to shop the 28 pieces I was instantly drawn to that I think would make a chic addition to a living space.
MOMA Raawii Large Vase ($118)
Why not match your vase to your blooms?
Our Place Always Pan ($145)
Everyone's cult-favorite pan now comes in trendy terra cotta.
Lulu & Georgia Tulca Mirror ($388)
This mirror adds a Parisian feel to any room.
Zara Home Throw Pillow with Ties ($26)
Well this looks expensive.
H&M Wooden Pedestal Bowl ($35)
The perfect dining table centerpiece is hiding at H&M.
Bearaby Hugger Queen Size Weighted Blanket ($399)
The only weighted blanket you'll want to share.
H&M Glass Candle Lantern ($6)
I'm tempted to buy these in bulk.
Lulu & Georgia 3' x 5' Roana Indoor/Outdoor Rug ($138)
I'm convinced this rug would go with any décor style.
Hawkins New York 3-Pack Lurex Scrubbing Sponges ($6)
These add a little joy to the dreaded task of washing dishes.
DWR Knot Pillow ($125)
It also comes in neutral colors, if that's more your speed.
Material Kitchen Recycled Plastic Cutting Board Set of 2 ($70)
These would be a major cutting-board upgrade for me.
Urban Outfitters Modern Hilo Bath Mat ($39)
You could probably use a new bath mat. (I know I could.)
CB2 Dina Fluted Glass Vase ($13)
Fun fact: I ordered this and have been filling it with matchbooks when I'm sans flowers.
Serax Surface Cast Iron Dutch Oven ($275)
Parachute Soft Rib Towels in Clay ($150)
I'm very much obsessed with this color. (Also, Parachute makes the best towels.)
Behome Gold Cheese Knife Set of 3 ($38)
Such a good housewarming gift.
Brooklinen Heathered Cashmere Hardcore Sheet Bundle ($428)
I can say from experience that Brooklinen sheets are amazing.
Bloomscape Lavender Tree ($65)
I would very much like to smell this IRL.
Urban Outfitters Nadia Tile Serving Tray ($34)
I'm having a lot of trouble resisting checkerboard these days.
The Citizenry Chand Lumber Pillow ($155)
You only need one bed pillow, and this is it.
Farmhouse Pottery Essex Candlestick Set ($185)
Elegant, but the color makes them a little quirky.
KAF Home Monaco Set of 6 Stripe & Check Terry Kitchen Towels ($20)
You can never have too many.
CB2 Adi Shearling Vanity Bench ($399)
This is the perfect accent bench for any room.
Museum of Peace & Quiet Green Logo Yoga Mat ($120)
Just in case you like doing yoga in the "peace and quiet" of your home.
Urban Outfitters Nadia Tea Towel ($12)
Cool kitchen towels for cool people.
Sophie Bille Brahe Tasselled Velvet Jewelry Box ($250)
Your dresser is about to get 100 times chicer.
Anthropologie Zoey Caned Armless Dining Chair ($348)
I love a pop of color in a kitchen.
Anthropologie Cordelia Pitcher ($32)
Just the thing to celebrate spring with.
This article originally appeared on Who What Wear
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