I Peruse Home Décor Sites Daily—These Amazon Prime Finds Are It

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I may be venturing out into the world more, but my apartment is still where I spend 75% of my time. True, I'm a homebody and an introvert to boot, but you don't have to necessarily relish a cozy night in to be able to appreciate a well-designed space. When my place is on point, I find that it brightens my mood dramatically, so I'm deeply invested in the objects and pieces I use to decorate. While buying vintage remains my preferred method of attaining furniture, I'm no stranger to the wonders of Amazon's décor section. And this is a great time to shop given that Amazon Prime Day is going on right now through June 22.

If you're too overwhelmed to take the time to scour the depths of the site, we get it. It's a seemingly endless pit of SKUs and images, which makes it a time-consuming process to find objects that may fit your specific style preferences. As an expert shopper and interior design junkie, I flexed my skills to do all of that for you. Below, see the décor finds that truly excel aesthetically in every way. Each piece is so deceptively good that you'll be left wondering if it really came from the place of two-day shipping.

La Jolíe Muse Store Large Cotton Rope Blanket Basket ($23)

Chic to enhance any space.

HWH Investment Bedside Light ($39)

The dome shape and matte finish add to its Scandi-style appeal.

Greehomede Rectangle Wood Tray ($26)

Use it to serve up some drinks or to display your favorite trinkets.

VidaXL Room Divider ($91)

This whimsical wall divider already has somewhat of a cult following—most use it as a decorative structure to add extra dimension.

Pacifica Island Art Travail et Joie Poster by Henri Matisse ($13)

A print that sparks joy.

American Plant Exchange Dwarf Ming Aralia Live Tree ($28)

Didn't you hear? Indoor trees are the new tropical plants.

Boy Smells Ash Candle ($36)

One of my favorite candle brands ever.

Iittala Aalto 4-3/4-Inch Clear Glass Vase ($130)

Truly a design classic.

Virtune Infinity White Vase ($20)

If an Aalto vase is out of your price range, here's a cute and affordable alternative.

Brightech 2 Globe Floor Lamp ($85)

The price is unbeatable.

Bloomingville Round Accent Bamboo Shelf Table ($131)

This looks so expensive.

Creative Co-Op Tall Terra-Cotta Handles Vase ($83)

Just my take: You can never have too many cute vases.

Handicrafts Home Bone Inlay Checked Pattern Picture Frames ($16)

The checkered home décor trend rages on.

Christopher Knight Home Isaac Arm Chair ($231)

Pro-tip: Add a comfy armchair to a small corner to create a space of solace.

47th and Main Small Footed Decorative Black Cast Iron Bowl ($33)

Novogratz by Momeni Rugs Bungalow Area Rug ($149)

Simply put, I'm obsessed.

Modway Lippa 36-Inch Mid-Century Dining Table ($478)

Technically, this is faux marble, but it's so good you really can't tell.

OSP Home Furnishings Bryce 26-Inch Dining Chair ($220)

The minimalist design really helps this chair stand out.

Ikea Fado Table Lamp ($53)

I've owned this lamp for years, and it remains one of the best purchases I've ever made for my place.

Bloomingville Nude Stoneware Flower Pot ($24)

This would look perfect holding a bouquet of dried flowers.

Rug Source Geometric Balouch Wool Area Rug ($362)

She's a beauty.

CalCastle Craft Natural Dried Preserved Eucalyptus Branches ($31)

Hang a bundle of dried eucalyptus in your bathroom to create a spa-like atmosphere.

Creative Co-Op Hand-Painted Polka Dots Vase ($85)

One of the pleasures of scouring Amazon is finding cool objects that look like expensive-looking vintage pieces. If you told me that this was from an exotic location and was dated from the 1960s, I'd believe you.

Serene Spaces Living Clear Ribbed Glass Votive Holder ($13)

Simple and chic.

KiaoTime Set of 3 Taper Candle Holders ($43)

As a tapered-candle fanatic, appropriate candle holders are a necessity.

Rimdoc Triangle Glass Coffee Table ($460)

A statement coffee table really makes the difference in a living room. This one is a true conversation starter.

Michael Darling, Rem Koolhaas, Taiye Selasi, Lou Stoppard, Michael Rock Virgil Abloh: Figures of Speech ($83)

What good is a coffee table without books?

Edgewood Asymmetrical Accent Mirror ($100)

After reading the hundreds of rave reviews, I'm on the verge of clicking "purchase."

Juliska Store Blue Tumbler ($12)

Loving this blue.

Modway Luana Cane Woven Headboard ($182)

A cane headboard like this would set you back way more at other furniture stores.

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