Stanley x Pendleton


Stanley is teaming up with Pendleton to launch a fresh collection adorned in the heritage wool company’s classic prints. Stanley x Pendleton offers a variety of travel products, including a coffee pour over set, stacking beer pints and classic bottles available in four patterns that are inspired by the Pacific Northwest. The new collection will benefit National Park Service and Wildland Firefighter Foundation to help preserve and protect natural landscapes.

Buy It! Stanley x Pendleton; From $39.50;

Away’s Neon Collection


Away has officially unveiled its new Neon Collection featuring a durable range of luggage now available in two radiant colors — Paradise Pink and Kiwi. The new line offers Away’s classic hard-shell “Large” and “Bigger Carry-On” styles dipped in glossy neon, along with packing cubes, a sling bag and a cosmetic bag made out of water-resistant materials.

Buy It! Away’s Neon Collection; From $55;



As a nod to her Ethiopian heritage, Yemsrach Tekletsadik is unveiling a new line of luxury candles inspired by cultural storytelling and mindful living. The published engineer and certified yoga teacher reimagined her former brand, Moods by Yemmie, and transformed it into La’lah — an Ahmaric word meaning “to release tension” or “unwind.”

“I’m honored to be able to share part of my Ethiopian culture and soft living through scents. Working on fragrances is part science and part art, and it’s been a wonderful experience to bring this vision to life,” Tekletsadik tells PEOPLE. “My hope is that with each sniff of our scents, people find themselves unwinding and enjoying the present moment.”

Along with a selection of five fragrances to choose from, the new collection also offers silk eye masks, matches and a gold-plated “La-lah” necklace now available for purchase.

Buy It! La’lah; From $36;

Ruggable x Morris & Co.


Ruggable‘s latest collaboration is one for the design nerds — and it’s gorgeous! The machine washable rug makers teamed up with the British brand Morris & Co., founded in 1861 by legendary designer William Morris. The collection features 35 styles in a variety of storied floral and nature-inspired prints pulled from Morris’s archive, with prices starting at $129.

“We’re honored to partner with Morris & Co. to merge their iconic, beautiful prints and aesthetic with the practical functionality of Ruggable,” says Ruggable’s founder and president, Jeneva Bell. “I’ve always felt inspired by the brand’s storied approach and can’t wait to see how these rug designs instantly transform spaces.”

Buy It! Ruggable x Morris & Co.; from $129;

IKEA’s 80th Anniversary Line

The Swedish furniture giant is celebrating its 80th anniversary with a funky new line featuring heritage prints and styles with a modern twist. The limited collection, Nytillverkad, boasts some of IKEA‘s most timeless pieces.

“All the products have a story behind them, like one of our most iconic products LÖVET, first introduced in 1956. In the Nytillverkad version, we call it LÖVBACKEN, and it comes in orange, blue, and light green with an ash veneer top, adding a bold pop of color to any room,” says the company’s creative leader Karin Gustavsson.

IKEA lovers can shop the Nytillverkad collection starting this July, with new products being continuously added.

Buy It! The Nytillverkad Collection; Coming July 2023;

Article’s The ’70s Edit


The ’70s are back! Article has unveiled a brand new furniture collection, The ’70s Edit, inspired by the groovy decade. Blending together funky prints and geometric shapes, the new line reflects the aesthetic of the era through tiled coffee tables, statement rugs, bold pillow sets and more, all in a muted palette with pops of color.

Buy It! The 70s Edit; from $69;

Lulu and Georgia x Eny Lee Parker

Lulu and Georgia

New York-based designer Eny Lee Parker is unveiling a brand new collection of furniture pieces and tableware in collaboration with online retailer Lulu and Georgia. The line includes drinking glasses, plates, dining chairs, ottomans and more in unique shapes and textures with a color palette of rich cream and blue hues.

Buy It! Lulu and Georgia x Eny Lee Parker; From $48;

Beautiful by Drew

Beautiful by Drew

Drew Barrymore is expanding her Beautiful by Drew empire with its first-ever home furniture product: The Drew Chair. While it started out as a kitchenware brand, Beautiful by Drew will soon offer a variety of home and decor styles over the next few months, starting out with the versatile new chair. In soft cream fabric suitable for any interior design style, The Drew Chair also features three accent pillows and a 360-degree swivel base.

Buy It! The Drew Chair; $298;

Hilton Carter x Target


Interior designer Hilton Carter is teaming up with Target to unveil a fresh set of plant-inspired designs for the company’s 2023 Home Spring Collection. The new line features an array of plant stands, faux greenery and planters with almost 30 elevated designs to choose from.

“As a plant stylist, my desire is for everyone to see plants as living art, so it’s important that the vessels that they are plotted in are designed not only for style but are thoughtful in how the plant lives on and thrives,” Carter says.

Buy It! Hilton Carter for Target; from $10;

Brooklinen Laundry Care

The cult-favorite bedding brand — whose sheets made PEOPLE’s Worth the Hype list in 2021 — is making laundry day less tedious with its first-ever Laundry and Fabric Care Collection. The luxury line offers six eco-friendly products: detergent, an oxygen bleach alternative, fabric softener, fabric refresher spray, stain remover and wool dryer balls. Each product has a clean, herbal scent profile and is packaged in recyclable or compostable material.

Buy It! Brooklinen Laundry Care; from $9;


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Jeremiah Brent is sharing his love for Cassarokids’ children’s play furniture by announcing the brand’s new minimalist Blanc Collection. The brand offers a series of high-quality and sustainable pieces, from rockers to slides to climbing triangles and more. With a sleek exterior and elegant neutral color palette, the play furniture blends perfectly into any high-design space.

“Cassarokids has found the sweet spot of celebrating design without sacrificing versatility when it comes to children’s play,” Brent tells PEOPLE. “With pieces of longevity that encourage our kids to be active and enjoy quiet time, their Blanc Collection will work seamlessly within any aesthetic.”

The star of HGTV’s Nate & Jeremiah Home Project shares daughter Poppy, 8, and son Oskar, 5, with husband Nate Berkus.

Buy it! Cassarokids’ Blanc Collection; from $79;

Erin Napier x York Wallcoverings

York Wallcoverings

Erin Napier is bringing her interior design expertise to a new area of home decor — wallpaper! Available for purchase on Monday, March 6, the Erin and Ben Napier Co. Collection for York Wallcoverings offers a variety of peel-and-stick wallpapers adorned with stunning floral and folk art-inspired designs.

Wallpaper is a staple in the homes Ben and Erin restore on HGTV’s Home Town and in their own home in Laurel, Mississippi.

On partnering with the Pennsylvania-based company, Erin tells PEOPLE exclusively, “I designed a collection of wallpapers with York for two reasons: I like to work exclusively with companies making things in America because it makes the most significant difference in the vitality of the small towns that depend on them.”

“I also wanted wall coverings for my projects that felt like a modern take on historical designs from a century ago,” she continues, and it was a style gap I kept finding in the wallpaper market. I’m excited to see how people use it in their own homes.”

Buy it! Erin and Ben Napier Co. Collection; From $2.50;

Iris Apfel x Ruggable

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The 101-year-old fashion icon has collaborated with Ruggable once again to reveal a fresh set of washable rugs and doormats inspired by her love of nature. With the motto “more is more,” Apfel’s maximalist rugs feature colorful flamingos, parrots, butterflies and more.

Already an established force in the textile world (she ran the prestigious fabric company, Old World Weavers, with her late husband Carl), Apfel became known to a wider audience in 2005, when the Metropolitan Museum of Art put her jaw-dropping fashion archive on display. The designer has been working nonstop, calling herself the “Energizer bunny” during an exclusive interview with PEOPLE in 2021.

Her newest collection with Ruggable features designs in a variety of sizes, priced from $100 to $979.

Buy it! Iris Apfel x Ruggable; From $100;



Clare has unveiled an all-new color palette featuring soft green and gray hues for their collection of exterior and interior paints. Just in time for Spring, the fresh palette includes three new colors: “All the Sage,” “Rain Check,” and “Greenish.”

Founded by interior designer Nicole Gibbons, the convenient, direct-to-consumer brand uses expert knowledge and trending colors to curate their high-quality paints.

Buy it! Clare’s Spring Color Drop; From $2;

Jake Arnold x Crate & Barrel

Crate & Barrel

British-born interior designer Jake Arnold — who counts Chrissy Teigen and John Legend, and Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom among his clients — has released a new home line In collaboration with Crate & Barrel, featuring elevated pieces of furniture, lighting, decor and more. The 50-piece collection reflects the A-list designer’s contemporary style with an earthy color palette and vintage-inspired finishes.

“The aesthetics were really based on pulling from 1940s French modernism, like contemporary work, and mixing all of the different silhouettes — and the cozy, comfortable kind of philosophy that I give to all my projects.” The Expert founder told PEOPLE at the collection’s launch party in Los Angeles on Feb. 23.

Legend, who also attended the event, revealed his take on Arnold’s design style: “chic” yet “warm and inviting.” He told PEOPLE, “That’s what we like. We don’t like to live in a museum. We want to live in a place and really live there and host people and have our house be full of love and heart and warmth. And Jake understands how to help us make that happen.”

Arnold previously introduced his first ever product line, a collection of bedding with Parachute, in May 2022.

Buy it! Jake Arnold x Crate & Barrel; $20 – $3,199;

Plant Kween x

Plant influencer and educator, Christopher Griffin known on social media as Plant Kween has teamed up with to release a collection of curated plant picks for both aspiring plant parents and master gardeners. The limited-edition selection features a variety of 15 green plants and colorful orchids. Griffin is also offering a succulent garden workshop that provides customers a step-by-step guide to design their own succulent garden at home.

“I am thrilled to team up with the brand to share the lessons and joys of being a plant parent and encourage followers to begin their own green adventures,” Griffin says. “This collaboration is also so meaningful because of the role my grandmother played in inspiring me to start my own plant parenting journey.”

Buy it! Plant Kween x; From $44.99;

Away’s Aura Collection


Inspired by new opportunities for travel in 2023, the Aura Collection is Away’s latest extra-durable, polycarbonate luggage drop. Available in the “Bigger Carry-On” and “Large” sizes, each piece of luggage in the limited-edition collection is offered in two vibrant, gradient colors, dubbed “Sunrise” and “Sunset,” with a high-shine finish. The line also features a brand new “Everywhere Sling Bag” and packing cubes available in the same colors, as well as luggage tags and a gradient toiletry bag to complete the collection.

Buy it! Away’s Aura Collection; From $30;

Jonathan Adler x Levity


Potter and designer Jonathan Adler has teamed up with Levity — the washable furniture brand from the makers of Ruggable — to launch a brand new collection of pieces featuring his signature maximalist style. Lounge chairs, ottomans, dining chairs and more are offered in a variety of neutral colors and bold patterns, starting from $239.

“Being a potter is messy, so I want everything in my life to be washable. I’m thrilled to bring my favorite colors and patterns to the collection,” Adler says. “Spilled a cup of tea? Your pooch added a splash of…patina…to your chair? No worries–Levity’s washable covers have you, well, covered and I hope people love them as much as I do.”

Buy it! Jonathan Adler x Levity; from $239;

Elevation by Tina Wells


Author and entrepreneur Tina Wells is teaming up with Target to unveil her new home office and stationery line, Elevation. The vibrant collection officially drops on March 26 and is available for preorder now. Complementing her upcoming book, The Elevation Approach — which details Wells’ own journey towards finding a work-life balance — the new line, “focuses on equipping and inspiring people to bring that harmony to their home and life,” according to a press release for the collection.

Buy it! Elevation by Tina Wells; from $7.99;

k-apostrophe x Revival

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Revival rugs is teaming up with artist K’era Morgan of k-apostrophe to release a collection of four limited-edition pillows inspired by Morgan’s travels to Mexico. From long textured cushions to square-shaped pillows, each handwoven piece reflects an earthy color palette with pops of blue and orange.

Buy it! k-apostrophe x Revival; from $89;

Zio and Sons x Mitzi

Courtesy of Mitzi

Mitzi has unveiled its latest Tastemaker collection with New York-based Zio and Sons, offering a variety of vintage fixtures to choose from. Zio and Sons x Mitzi uses “nostalgic silhouettes with clean lines and fine finishes” to create a timeless collection, a release for the collab details. From wall sconces to table lamps, each piece in the collection is meant to completely transform a space using light and design.

Buy it! Zio and Sons x Mitzi, from $198;

Amanda Jane Jones x Revival

Kate Osborne Photography

Launching on Thursday, Jan. 26, the Amanda Jane Jones x Revival rug collection offers a colorful selection of Jones’ signature fruit graphics and bold striped designs to choose from. The rugs are available in four sizes and start at $259.

Buy it! Amanda Jane Jones x Revival, from $249;

IKEA x Sabine Marcelis


IKEA is teaming up with Rotterdam-based designer Sabine Marcelis to launch the VARMBLIXT collection, offering sculptural lighting pieces, serveware, rugs and more. The collection, which will be available in stores on Feb. 1, focuses on using light to completely transform the atmosphere of a space, according to the designer.

“I wanted to take an unexpected approach to exploring the idea of how lighting functions within the home and to inspire people to consider new shapes and elements which blend into and highlight different types of interior spaces in a new, bold, and artistic ways,” Marcelis says.

The designer’s signature motif, “the perfectly infinite doughnut,” is also reflected in the serve ware and a signature lamp.

Buy it! IKEA x Sabine Marcelis, coming in February;

Goldie Home

Goldie Home

Goldie Home founder Sara Roberts strives to bring “art, color, and a spontaneous, celebratory spirit” to every table. Bright colors and fun patterns (like the speckled magenta seen here!) add a playful touch to cocktail napkins, placemats, tablecloths and more.

Buy it! from $16;

Sienna Miller x abc carpet & home

abc carpet & home

The Anatomy of a Scandal actress teamed up with abc carpet & home to curate her very own holiday edit featuring her favorite rugs, furniture, lighting, decor and gifts from the famous New York-based home store.

“As a New Yorker at heart, I’ve been a longtime lover of abc carpet & home and am so excited to be partnering with them on this special Holiday curation,” Miller tells PEOPLE. Her picks range from a luxurious mohair throw to the prettiest porcelain tea service. “Abc carpet & home is like NYC in a nutshell, just an iconic heritage New York brand with a massive legacy and authentic following, and it’s an honor to introduce my favorites to abc customers for this upcoming season.”

Prue Leith

Prue Leith/Twitter

The Great British Baking Show judge announced her homeware line, Pure Prue, in collaboration with online lifestyle store Unique & Unity on Monday. The range features a variety of high-end bone china decked out in vibrant colors reminiscent of the Dame’s personal style.

“I am on a mission to colour up the world with my Pure Prue homeware range,” she wrote on Instagram. “It is a small collection of plates, bowls and mugs all available in a multi-coloured vibrant top-quality porcelain. I am absolutely thrilled with them.”

Rugs USA x Lauren Liess

Rugs USA

Rugs USA has teamed up with interior designer Lauren Liess to release a nature-inspired collection of machine washable rugs. The line reflects a relaxed, vintage aesthetic across 27 different styles.

Starting at just $40, the affordable floor coverings are offered in a variety of organic textures and natural fibers, making them the perfect addition to any indoor or outdoor space.

Buy it! Starting at $40,

HGTV Home x National Tree Company


The festive season has come early with the launch of HGTV Home’s new holiday decor collection, created in collaboration with National Tree Company. Shoppers can choose from over 300 pieces ranging from artificial trees and wreaths to stockings, ornaments, candles and more. The range reflects a variety of aesthetics such as “Cozy Winter,” “Christmas by the Sea,” “Boho Flair” and “Nostalgic Tradition,” to name a few.

The drop marks the first major venture beyond DIY items for HGTV Home, the product arm of the popular TV network.

The collection will be available to shop online from Wayfair, Amazon, Target, Macy’s, Lowes and more.

Jake Arnold x Lulu and Georgia

Lulu and Georgia

Interior designer Jake Arnold has teamed up with Lulu and Georgia to release a unique collection of organic rugs. Varied in color, texture and materials, the line offers cozy pieces that can be layered nicely in any space.

“I want this collection to make people feel like they can have a piece of Jake Arnold so that they can feel inspired and comfortable in their own homes,” Arnold said of the new line.

Buy it! Starting at $128;

Leanne Ford for Recess Pickleball

Leanne Ford/Recess Pickleball

Pickleball is having a major moment, with celebs from George and Amal Clooney to Kim Kardashian picking up the racket sport — a sort of hybrid of badminton, tennis and ping pong.

Interior designer and TV host Leanne Ford has put her own artsy twist on the game’s essentials thanks to a new collaboration with Recess Pickleball. The Pittsburgh-based decorator, who fans know from HGTV’s Restored by the Fords, has created six paddle designs, all in her signature black and white palette and featuring abstract illustrations, from paint splatters to a skater-inspired check. And of course there are coordinating balls in “Malibu” cream or “New York” black.

Buy it! Paddles, $86, Balls, $14;

Crate & Barrel x Athena Calderone

Crate & Barrel

EyeSwoon founder and designer Athena Calderone has teamed up with Crate & Barrel to curate a modern home collection of 137 pieces. Ranging from furniture to dinnerware, the line reflects a neutral color palette and minimalist aesthetic with every detail.

“The shared vision of making beautiful design accessible to all was truly captured through this collaboration with Crate & Barrel and I can’t wait to see how people style the pieces,” Calderone said of the partnership.

Buy it! From $7.95 to $2,699,

Soho House x Lick

Soho Home

The members-only, celeb-favorite hotel group launched Soho Home, a furniture line inspired by its chic global properties in the U.S. in 2019. Now they’ve teamed up with paint company Lick to offer a selection of hand-picked colors that will bring the style of various Soho House locations into any home. Think: Soho House Nashville’s warm blush (seen here) or the moody blue-grey of their property on London’s Dean Street.

Buy it! $70 per gallon,

The Inside Beds

The Inside

The custom, direct-to-consumer furniture company, which PEOPLE named Worth the Hype in 2020, just launched four stylish new headboards and beds available in a variety of textiles — both new and existing favorites. The designs are based on the most requested styles from clients of the online decorating service Havenly, which acquired The Inside earlier this year. Headboards start at $549, while beds start at $999.

Buy it! From $549,

Material x Beverly Nguyen Knives


The cult-favorite kitchen company known for releasing one thoughtful product at a time has just debuted its latest collaboration: its beloved trio of knives in a chic new limited-edition “sage” colorway by trendsetting stylist Beverly Nguyen. The set includes an 8 in., “almost 4 in.” and serrated knife, all in cryogenically-tempered Japanese high carbon and stainless steel.

Buy it! $155;

Brooklinen’s Home Fragrance Collection

The perfect fall day would be incomplete without a cozy candle — and Brooklinen is here to help! Known for their incredibly comfortable sheets, the bedding company has been expanding into more home and self-care products. Its new fragrance collection features eight candles, two diffusers and two room sprays. The scents, with names like “good intentions” and “happy hour,” incorporates the “wellness benefits of aromatherapy” to elevate the everyday, according to a press release.

Buy it! From $35,

Casper Element Pro Mattress


The popular bedding company just launched it’s most affordable direct-to-consumer mattress ever, with prices starting at $595 for a twin or $995 for queen size. The Element Pro doesn’t skimp on the sleep-friendly features, however. It still has three layers with dual-foam for “responsive comfort” and Casper’s signature AirScape breathability ideal for hot sleepers.

Buy It! From $595,

Staub x Jennie Kayne

Staub x Jenni Kayne

L.A.-based fashion designer Jenni Kayne teamed up with the cult-favorite, keep-for-life French cookware company to create a chic and timeless limited line imbued with her modern California style. The collab includes three pieces: The Oval Gratin ($395) and Round Cocotte ($545), both out now; and the French Round, which will be available in October. All the cast-iron pieces are finished in a creamy griege color dubbed “white truffle” with a unique brass knob.

Buy It! Jenni Kayne x Staub, from $395;

Chasing Paper x Keeley Shaw

Courtesy Chasing Paper

Chasing Paper recently debuted a playful enneagram-themed wallpaper and print collection. Designed in partnership with Chicago-based artist Keeley Shaw, the launch includes nine wallpaper prints — available in peel-and-stick or traditional application styles— and seven art prints all tailored to ennegram numbers — from number 8’s wistful seaside styles to number 7’s abstract disco ball designs.

Buy it! Keeley Shaw x Chasing Paper, from $12;

Portia de Rossi x CB2

CB2, Steve Granitz/WireImage

Portia de Rossi’s art company General Public teamed up with modern furniture brand CB2 to curate an art collection for customers to decorate their homes. Art Patron, which includes 57 modern pieces, features everything from contemporary wall art to neutral, moody paintings, all inspired by original works from museums and flea markets worldwide.

Buy it! Art Patron Collection, from $499 to $2799;

Sabai’s Coffee Table

Courtesy Sabai

The sustainable furniture company, known for making mostly soft products like couches and upholstered chairs, recently released an entirely new piece — a coffee table! The City Table is a collaboration with Cambium Carbon, a company that sources fallen urban trees. In this case, the eco-friendly partnership features a tabletop made from trees that would otherwise have gone to a landfill.

The legs of the stylish new piece are made from recycled steel and come in different colors, including slate, sage and bone.

Buy It! The City Table, $595;

Pepper Home Pastels and Custom Trims


The home design brand known for their playful printed curtains, wallpapers, fabric and soft goods has debuted a new launch of products, featuring fresh pastel colorways and, for the first time, custom curtain trims. (The Emma Lavender curtain with a pom-pom trim is pictured here.)

The Pastels Collection showcases eight new fabrics and four new wallpapers. They’ve also introduced two new curtain hanging styles: grommet and tailored pleat to compliment any aesthetic.

Buy It! Emma Lavender Curtain, from $118;

Drew and Jonathan Scott x Living Spaces

courtesy Living Spaces

The Property Brothers are bringing their home design expertise to the popular furniture retailer, Living Spaces. The Drew and Jonathan collection features elegant, casual pieces.

In April, the retailer announced the collection with the design duo, saying the 90 pieces are inspired both by their own family and the homes they have designed over the years.

Some furniture highlights include the Alta chalk accent chair, which features sleek, gold legs, and the Old Hollywood-inspired Palladium dining table.

“We are very proud of this collection, which is inspired by the rich and diverse landscape of Southern California, where we call home,” Drew said in the release announcing the collection. While Jonathan added, the new line is “an invitation for the whole family to join in.”

Buy It! Drew & Jonathan Collection x Living Spaces, from $195;

Mitzi x Dabito Lighting


Mitzi, the uber-stylish lighting brand known for its playful designs — think bubble-shaped bulbs and gleaming gold finishes — is launching a new series of four mini collections by up-and-coming decorators, dubbed Mitzi Tastemakers. The first was created in collaboration with Dabito.

“I wanted to create statement pieces that bring sculptural forms that double as art into your home. I want you to have some fun accessorizing your rooms,” the artist, designer and photographer wrote of his inspiration for the collaboration on Instagram.

The 12-piece collection includes asymmetrical, mobile-style chandeliers; chunky ceramic table lamps and delicate gold pieces ornamented with beadlike baubles.

Buy it! Mitzi x Dabito lighting, from $138;

Character Tools + Kits


This stylish home improvement brand aims to eliminate the confusing — and often intimidating — experience of tool shopping. They offer two tool sets: a mini intended for college students and apartment dwellers (5 tools and a tote, $95), and a full set for homeowners (12 tools and a box, $285).

They also make kits for specific projects that may be just a little above entry level (or YouTube university), that include the exact tools and extra supplies you need for things like replacing a faucet, swapping out a light fixture or caulking a bathroom (starting at $35). A unique feature for budding DIYers: each kit comes with a QR code that can be scanned for immediate help should you need it along the way.

Buy It!

The Daily Show x Lolly Lolly Ceramics

Courtesy Comedy Central

The coffee mug is a staple on every late night show desk, but The Daily Show with Trevor Noah’s is about to become a whole lot more iconic.

The Comedy Central staple has teamed up with Lolly Lolly Ceramics, a Black-owned, woman-owned company out of Milwaukee, to upgrade their on-screen sippers in honor of Women’s History Month.

Lolly Lolly founder, ceramicist Lalese Stamps, has created an extremely limited run of 100 handmade mugs in three designs. They feature her signature matte black coloring and out-of-the-box handles — and of course, the Daily Show logo.

Each design will make its debut on the show on Thursday March 3, 10 and 17 at 11:30pm ET, respectively, and be available to purchase online for $100 each on those dates.

“Never in my life did I imagine that I could pave my own way as creative in business through MUGS,” said Stamps of the collaboration in a press release. “My ability to reimagine and push the limits of such a simple household object has catapulted me to this unimaginable realm. I am excited to keep growing and sharing my story. My only hope is to inspire other Black youth to believe in themselves, surround themselves with excellent people and stay true to who they are.”

Buy it! $100 each; (see above for on-sale dates)

Ruggable x Marvel


Ruggable’s latest collaboration has super powers beyond infinite washability.

The makers of the game-changing two-part washable rug system have teamed up with Marvel to create a collection of 28 designs featuring Avengers like Spider-Man, Black Panther, Iron Man and Captain America, available in sizes from 2×3′ to 9×12′.

Similarly to their past collabs with Disney and Star Wars, the designs range from very in your face fandom — think action-filled, comic book-style panels — to so subtle you might have to look twice to realize that traditional damask print is made of vintage superhero masks.

Buy it! Starting at $99;

Black Artists + Designers Guild x Pottery Barn

Pottery Barn

Pottery Barn has teamed up with the Black Artists + Designers Guild (BADG) to create a collection of bright and beautiful home products designed through the lens of Black joy.

Three main designers — each of whom belong to the BADG, a global organization dedicated to spotlighting Black makers and creatives — worked on the line: Penny Francis and Casi St. Julian from New Orleans, and Lisa Turner from Beverly Hills.

Available online starting Friday, the exclusive line includes bedding, dinnerware, drinkware, decor and even games, all designed to be enjoyed with family and friends.

“The pieces within the collection, designed in partnership with BADG, illustrate a shared love of creating meaningful spaces, vibrant in color and joy, that I am excited for our customers to enjoy in their own homes,” said Pottery Barn President Marta Benson in a press release.

The collection ranges in price from $29.50 to $249.

Buy It! Starting at $29.50,

Ruggable x Keith Haring


Craving some art underfoot? The innovative washable rug company Ruggable has teamed up with Keith Haring Studio to create a collection of 15 chenille rugs and 9 doormats decorated with the late American artist’s iconic line drawings. As with all Ruggable’s products, each rug consists of a pad base and an easily removable (and machine washable) top layer.

Much like their previous collaborations with Disney and Star Wars, the application of Haring’s works range from instantly recognizable graphics to more subtle, small-scale designs that require a second glance to identify the famous figures.

“We’re overjoyed to launch our Ruggable X Keith Haring collection at a time when we could all use more bright, bold, and lively colors and patterns in our living spaces,” said Jeneva Bell, Ruggable Founder and President, in a press release. “Haring’s ability to capture the resilience and love of the communities around him in his art is admirable, and we are honored to be able to continue to spread awareness of his passions with Ruggable.”

Buy it! Starting from $80;

Casper Snoozewear Collection


Why stay in bed all day when you can take the comfort of your bed with you? That’s the question Casper asked while designing its first-ever line of wearables, dubbed the Snoozewear Collection.

Consisting of blanket robes, plush slippers and breathable eye masks, the line, which drops on Tuesday, is for those who put comfort first— a concept many work-from-home veterans know all too well.

“Each piece offers functionality, versatility, and cozy aesthetics,” says Liz Boscacci, Casper’s Director of Product Development.

Products range in price from $49 for the sleep mask to $169 for the blanket robe.

Buy It! Starting at $49,

Jill Zarin and Ally Shapiro Home Goods

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Real Housewives of New York star Jill Zarin and her daughter, Ally Shapiro, are bringing their quirky-cute homeware line to one of their favorite stores: Saks Off 5th.

On Tuesday, the mother-daughter duo’s brand, Jill & Ally, dropped an exclusive collection with the discount designer retailer. The collection, which the pair revealed on Instagram was “almost a year in the making,” includes their signature manifestation candles, LED string lights, iridescent champagne flutes, charcuterie trays and accessories, face masks and more.

And while the products are all certified Real Housewife-worthy, they also come at an affordable price: the entire collection ranges from $5 for a hand sanitizer set to $50 for a four-piece cocktail kit.

Buy It! Starting at $5,

The Home Edit x Walmart

The Home Edit Collection

Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, founders of the celeb-favorite organization company the Home Edit, are ready to help with that New Year’s resolution to get organized with their new, exclusive collection with Walmart!

The stars of Netflix’s Get Organized with The Home Edit have designed a new line of products, all in their signature see-through style, available starting Tuesday at Walmart and The inaugural collection includes four starter packs, also known as “Edits,” each designed for a different area of the home: the pantry, bathroom, laundry room and multi-purpose areas.

A variety of products are included in the packs, as well as a la carte, including stackable bins, risers, turntables, and even an ornament organizer for a smooth post-holiday cleanup.

Buy It! Starting at $10,

Bath and Body Works’ ‘Give’ Collection

Bath and Body Works

Give it up for this new candle collection!

On Tuesday, Bath and Body Works dropped six limited-edition new candles, each with a name honoring the spirit of giving this holiday season: Give Cheer, Give Peace, Give Comfort, Give Warmth, Give Hope and Give Thanks.

Three of the candles feature brand-new fragrances — Mahogany Vanilla (Give Peace), Marble Chocolate Cupcake (Give Warmth) and Strawberry Sparkler (Give Cheer) — while the other three are returning favorites: Fresh Winter Air (Give Thanks), Peach on Earth (Give Comfort) and Peppermint Marshmallow (Give Hope).

The brand is famous for its highly-scented three-wick candles — which are all made with natural essential oils and a soy-wax blend designed to melt evenly — and these festive new jars are just the icing on the cake!

Buy It! $25.50 per candle,

The Spice House x Neat Method

courtesy Neat Method

The organizing pros at Neat Method have teamed up with the foodie experts at The Spice House to create the perfect luxe holiday gift for the home chef in your life — or yourself!

Their just-launched Spice Bundle includes two sets of brass lidded spice jars (for a total of 20!), a set of their tidy spice labels, a chic perforated brass storage basket — and of course the chef-loved spices themselves. There are 24 flat packets containing 1/2 cup each of essential spices, from cayenne to coriander.

Buy it! The Spice Bundle, $200;

Casper Holiday Products


The holidays season is almost here, and to celebrate, Casper is unveiling a new lineup of cozy products — available online and in stores now.

The festive and highly giftable new offerings — which the brand is calling their Season’s Sleepings Holiday Collection — include new flannel sheets, wool throws, matelasse coverlets and shams, backrest and body pillows, a silk pillowcase and sleep mask set and more.

While some of the new items come in holiday prints, most are designed to look comfy and chic year-round.

Buy It! $19 and up,

Life in Lilac Candles

Life in Lilac

The Sister Studio’s Jen Reed brings everything she’s learned about making life feel luxe without spending a fortune to her just-launched line of candles and accessories, Life in Lilac. The inaugural scents are “Wonderful and Worthy” and “Always Welcome.”

Buy It! Life in Lilac candles, starting at $29;

Gap x Walmart


For the second installment of the superstore’s all-American fashion collab, the two brands are launching furniture for the first time. Affordable and classically stylish, the big pieces (and even more new accessories) will be right at home in any house. And naturally prices are extremely approachable: Shop rugs for $100, headboards for $129 and sofas from just $449.

“There’s a nice blend, you’ve got Scandinavian, mid-century, even some modern nods in there,” Jessica Schaff, Vice President of Merchandising at Walmart, tells PEOPLE. “Gap from a brand perspective is so accessible and so you’ve got this timeless quality. It feels on trend, but it’s not a fad.”

Buy it! From $50,

Marlow Pillow


Pillow shopping can be a nightmare. How do you know what’s too firm or too soft without actually catching a few Zs? Marlow, a new brand from PEOPLE editor favorite bedding company Brooklinen, has solved the guesswork with the slide of a zipper. Its adjustable Marlow pillow doesn’t require you to be adding or removing (and storing) separate interior layers. It’s as simple as zipped firms things up, while unzipped makes it fluffy and soft.

Buy it! $65 each,

Uncommon James

Just in time for holiday entertaining, Kristin Cavallari’s Uncommon James brand is introducing their winter collection, complete with sleek black barware and chic accessories, like a stag head bottle stopper, gunmetal Moscow mule mugs and tea towels.

Buy it! From $24,

Havenly x Reese’s Book Club

By now, you trust Reese Witherspoon to pick out your next can’t-put-it-down novel, so it makes sense that you’d let her pick out the cozy must-haves for the nook you’ll read it in as well. Reese’s Book Club teamed up with home-decor inspo central Havenly for a collection of perfect items for your favorite space in the house. They’ve launched with five pieces for now with more to come.

Buy It! Reese’s Book Club x Havenly throw, $55;

Safely Dish Collection

Courtesy Safely

The cleaning and self-care company co-founded by Kris Jenner and Emma Grede has just released its essentials for doing the dishes: a scented dish soap ($6), dish towel ($10), reusable dish cloths ($15), and two dish brushes ($7). The plant-powered line launched in March with products including laundry detergent, glass cleaner, and hand soap and sanitizers.

Jenner said of the line’s new offerings: “We’re expanding our product range to make it even easier for Americans to clean their entire home with luxurious, high quality and safe products. Just wait till you smell it!”

Buy it! Starting at $6;

The Novogratz x JCPenney

Novogratz; JCPenny

New York-based interior designers Robert and Cortney Novogratz have taken their design talents to JCPenney, launching the Back to Everything Collection, which is available in stores and online now.

The new launch — which includes bedding, lighting, furniture, wallpaper and rugs — was inspired by some of the original features inside the historic Greenwich Village townhouse the pair are currently renovating.

For example, the pattern used for the Zebras In Love sheet set ($50 for Twin) pays homage to the House of Scalamandré zebra wallpaper they found within the home.

Other key (and cozy!) pieces include the Novogratz Body Pillow, and the Waverly Tile Midweight Comforter Set.

Buy It! Starting at $50,

Parachute Beds


The luxury bedding and homewares brand is launching it’s first-ever furniture pieces: 3 super-chic upholstered bed frames!

The designs — dubbed Canyon, Dune, and Horizon —are all inspired by California living, and are meant to evoke Los Angeles’s natural scenery, including “the winding curves of Laurel Canyon” and “a sunrise over Venice Beach” according to a press release from the brand.

Each is available in seven neutral fabrics and is made in the U.S. Prices start at $1.800 and reach $3,050.

Buy It! Starting at $1,800,

Shimmy Hand Sanitizer Dispenser


Keeping your hands sanitized just got way easier — and way cuter!

Aug. 24 marks the launch of Shimmy, a hand sanitization device designed to blend seamlessly into your home. Designed by family-oriented founder and CEO Ashley Wayman, Shimmy can either be wall mounted or placed on a flat surface, ready to dispense a plant- and alcohol-based sanitizing formula that moisturizes while killing 99.9 percent of germs.

The touchless dispensers are offered in three different colorways — navy, white and soft gray — and can be refilled with ease, eliminating single-use plastics. They also have a smooth surface with can be wallpapered over if you wish to truly blend it into your wall.

The sanitizing formula is offered in three scents — Meyer Lemon, Rose and Hibiscus and Original (unscented) — to make the sanitizing experience even sweeter.

Buy It! $74,

The Bouqs Co’s Dried Collection

The Bouqs Co

Why shouldn’t your flowers look great and last forever? That was the mindset behind The Bouqs Co’s new line: The Dried Collection.

The all-new offerings, available online now, include six different bouquets of rainforest-certified flowers that can be sent straight to your door, each featuring 24-32 mixed dried stems, including pampas, spear palms, loofahs, orchard grass, eucalyptus, baby’s breath and more, precut and ready to be displayed.

And unlike normal, fresh flowers, these bouquets require no maintenance — and last so much longer.

The bouquets range in price from $79 to $99, and a signature vase can be added for $10.

Buy It! Starting at $79,

The Novogratz x Tempaper


Cortney and Robert Novogratz, known for their design-loving family of 9, have teamed up with temporary wallpaper company Tempaper to create a collection of peel-and-stick prints inspired by the recent renovation of their 200-year-old New York City townhouse.

The Waverly Collection (named after the famed Greenwich Village street) features 6 motifs — including Feathered Palm, pictured — that each come in a variety of colors. The line is available starting Thursday.

Buy It! Starting at $40,

Jonathan Adler x Ruggable

Courtesy Ruggable

If you’re a lover of bold and beautiful design, you’re going to want to pay attention!

On Aug. 12, popular rug company Ruggable announced their newest partnership with iconic designer Jonathan Adler, whom they teamed up with to create the all-new Jonathan Adler x Ruggable collection, available online now.

Marking the first time the brand has ever worked with an internationally renowned home-goods designer, the vibrant new line features 16 indoor chenille rug designs, each available in 10 different sizes — from runners to 9’x12′ area rugs and everything in between.

“Working with Ruggable has been a delight. Jonathan Adler rugs have always been wantable (if I do say so myself), but now? They’re washable!” joked Adler in a press release, calling attention to one of Ruggable rugs’ most covetable features: the fact that you can simply throw them in the washing machine.

Prices for the collection range from $90 to $719.

Buy It! Starting at $90,

Homesick x Budweiser

Courtesy Homesick-x-Budweiser

Ah, the sweet smell of a summer spent outside with friends — that’s the scent Homesick and Budweiser are trying to convey with the launch of their new candle, called Backyard BBQ, which dropped online on Aug. 12.

The popular candle company (famous for their location-inspired candles) and the all-American beer brand teamed up to create a candle that typifies a classic summer night in the U.S.A., but perfect for burning year-round for a cozy, nostalgic feel.

A soy-wax blend with approximately 60 to 80 hours of burn time, the candle features top notes of lemonade, amber and clove; mid notes of BBQ smoke and allspice; and base notes of barley, vanilla and musk.

Buy It! $34,

Flower Home Paint

Flower Home

Drew Barrymore’s lifestyle line, Flower, just released a collection of 27 indoor paint colors (which come in a recycled plastic can and with a lifetime warranty) that are as cheery and delightful as the actress herself.

Buy It! Flower Home paint (pictured in “Mocha”), $39/gallon;

NAKED at HOME with Ashley Stark


Luxury knitwear brand NAKEDCASHMERE is unveiling their first-ever home line, PEOPLE can exclusively reveal, and they’re doing it in collaboration with influencer Ashley Stark — Creative Director of the popular carpet and fabric company STARK.

NAKED at HOME with Ashley Stark, which launches Tuesday, is an eighteen-piece collection of ultra-soft blankets, throws and pillows all made from 100 percent pure cashmere, and all in cozy neutral shades.

“Ashley’s aesthetic is synonymous with our brand, I couldn’t think of a better person to collaborate with on our first NAKEDCASHMERE HOME collection,” said Leslie Gifford, President and Creative Director of NAKEDCASHMERE, of the collaboration.

Stark agreed: “I pulled inspiration from my love of fashion and interior design and, together, Leslie and I designed this beautiful collection to complement and elevate any home.”

Buy It! Starting at $125,

Homesick’s Wedding Collection


The perfect engagement, wedding or anniversary gift — in candle form!

Popular candle brand Homesick (known for its scents designed to evoke your favorite place) has launched its first-ever occasion-based collection, with three brand new fragrances designed to capture the magic of one’s special day.

The Wedding Collection introduces Bride’s Bouquet (with notes of rose, jasmine and green eucalyptus, Black Tux (with notes of brushed suede, bourbon and cigar smoke) and Just Married (with notes of neroli blossom, amber and creamy musk), each available now for $34.

For a truly unique gift, you can also personalize the jar for an extra $15.

Buy It! $34,

PATET Curated Gift Boxes


If you know someone whose love language is receiving gifts, this brand new site was designed just for you.

PATET, the brainchild of entrepreneur Angela Yeranosian, is a company focused on creating the most luxurious curated gift boxes for celebrating all the special people in your life.

Available both ready-made or fully customizable, PATET’s boxes each adhere to a different theme. While options change throughout the year, categories currently include: Bridal & Wedding, Kids & Baby, Pets, Books & Games (pictured), Home & Kitchen, Self-Care, Accessories and more.

When your loved one receives their box, it’ll come meticulously wrapped with chic wrapping paper, ribbons and a wax seal. We love a low-effort, high-impact present!

Buy It! Varies by box,

Wild Sage at Bed Bath & Beyond

Bed Bath & Beyond

The superstore’s latest offering is an in-house home decor line with a youthful, bohemian vibe.

Wild Sage, available to shop June 23 in stores and online, is intended for “young adults” (and its release is ideal for back-to-college shoppers) according to a press release, but there are plenty of pieces to suit a grown-up home, too. The styles include everything from bathmats and bed linens to floor poufs and wall art.

“Wild Sage speaks to our young, fashionable and on-trend customers looking to express themselves and create a personal space that tells their unique story,” Joe Hartsig, EVP and CMO at Bed Bath & Beyond, said in a press release.

The best part? Prices start at just $4 for bath accessories and top out at $200!

Buy It! Starting at $4;

The Inside x CW Stockwell

The Inside x CW Stockwell

The iconic banana leaf pattern (called Martinique) — which can be seen gracing the walls of spaces like the Beverly Hills Hotel and Blanche Devereaux’s bedroom on Golden Girls — is getting a new life thanks to this stylish collab!

The pattern’s creator, 115-year-old fabric and wall coverings company CW Stockwell, is partnering with direct-to-consumer furniture brand The Inside, to launch a limited-time collection of both new and classic CW Stockwell prints on some of The Inside’s most popular pieces, including chairs, ottomans and headboards.

“Creating access to CW Stockwell has been on our wishlist for a long time,” says Britt Bunn, CEO and co-founder of The Inside. “The patterns are so happy! The collaboration gets to the heart of what we’re aiming to do at The Inside: unlock access to iconic design at approachable prices — and give people a good time decorating.”

Prices range from $49 for pillows to $3,349 for a sectional sofa.

Buy It! Starting at $49,

Brooklinen x UrbanStems


Brooklinen is welcoming in the lazy days of summer with their first ever floral print, called Wildflower — and they’re celebrating by partnering up with UrbanStems to create an exclusive bouquet inspired by the pattern.

Created in collaboration with Hudson Valley-based artist Emily Isabella, the limited-edition Wildflower design (pictured here with the new Rainbow Gingham colorway) will be available on the popular bedding brand’s website starting June 3, in their Classic and Luxe sheet styles. Classic sheet sets start at $109, and Luxe starts at $135.

The exclusive UrbanStems bouquet, called Wildest Dreams (seen on the bedside table), will also launch June 3, and will be available on the UrbanStems website for $65 until June 27.

The two brands have also created some exclusive deals: When shoppers buy the Wildest Dreams bouquet, they will receive a code in their delivery for $25 off a minimum $75 at Brooklinen. Customers can also use the code WILDESTDREAMS to get 15 percent off any UrbanStems order from June 3 to 30!

Buy It! Wildflower sheet set, starting at $109; and Wildest Dreams bouquet, $65;

Casper Rise Adjustable Bases


Casper is launching a new product designed to help you get the perfect sleep every single night.

The popular bedding company’s new Rise Adjustable Bases allow users to completely customize their sleep experience by offering “full-body adjustability” — meaning they can raise or lower the position of their head, feet or both. The bases are compatible with Casper and several non-Casper mattresses.

The adjustable bases come in three different styles, each with different features: The standard version, the Casper Rise, starts at $795, and offers the previously mentioned adjustability. The Casper Rise Pro starts at $995 and includes adjustability, two-zone massage, and USB ports for easy device charging. The Casper Rise Max starts at $1,695 and includes adjustability, four-zone massage, under-the-bed lighting, head tilt support capabilities and USB ports.

Buy It! Starting at $795,

Airstream x Pottery Barn Collection

For the second year in a row, Pottery Barn has teamed up with the iconic travel trailer brand Airstream to create a collection of home goods inspired by life on the road.

“We are excited to unveil a second collection which reflects the idea that home is wherever our customers are, while drawing on the wanderlust and sense of adventure that Airstream ensues,” said Marta Benson, President of Pottery Barn, in a press release.

The new collection includes more than 40 different pieces, including bedding, pillows, dinnerware, linens, barware, rugs, travel-friendly games, accessories and more. Prices range from $12 to $899.

Buy It! Starting at $12,

The Laundress Refill Pouches

The Laundress

Luxury laundry brand The Laundress is keeping the planet in mind with their latest launch: refill pouches of some of their most popular products.

Available in their Signature Detergent, Sport Detergent, Surface Cleaner and Dish Detergent, the refill pouches are designed to fill reusable glass bottles, which are also now available from the brand. In an effort to be more eco-friendly, the pouches use significantly less packaging, energy and water than their standard bottles (including 92 percent less plastic!), and have a no-drip, resealable spout for weeks of refills. Plus, you get more of your favorite product for less money!

And as always when it comes to The Laundress, the pouches are non-toxic, biodegradable, allergen-free, and cruelty-free.

Buy It! Starting at $37 for 64 fl oz,

Perpetual Bliss Blissful Blooms Collection

Perpetual Bliss

Atlanta-based creative Erin Carter decided to pursue a passion project when COVID hit — and that’s how her candle company, Perpetual Bliss, was born.

Her newest line of candles, Blissful Blooms, comes in four different scents: Early Mornings (with notes of apple, peach and grapefruit), Lucid Dreams (citrus, lavender and eucalyptus), Summer Nights (black currant, saffron and apple) and Rainy Days (citrus, sea salt and jasmine).

Each is hand-poured using her signature soy wax and fragrance oils, and designed to give you the perfect, even burn every time.

Buy It! $27 each,

The Home Edit x Day Designer

Day Designer

If you’ve watched Get Organized with The Home Edit, you know that Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin are pretty darn tidy in every aspect of their lives. That’s why it seemed like a perfect fit when the Nashville-based duo teamed up with planner company Day Designer to create a line of cute and functional planners and accessories.

The 35-piece collection, available now at Target, includes academic planners, pad folios, pens, document holders, stickers, wall calendars and more.

And in a nod to The Home Edit’s signature rainbow style, the products are available in a multitude of different bright colors, patterns and designs.

Buy It! Starting at $5,

Barbie x Wallshoppe Wallpaper Collection


Sustainable wallpaper company Wallshoppe recently teamed up with Mattel to design a line of wallpaper inspired by the iconic Barbie doll.

Available in both peel-and-stick and traditional wallpaper rolls, the designs are a nostalgic nod to the mid-century Barbie doll and her fun-loving fashion. With each print available in a variety of colors, these sheets are perfect for instantly brightening up a room, creating an accent wall or even refinishing a piece of furniture.

Buy It! $68 per panel,

LAFCO Hand Sanitizers


Iconic candle brand LAFCO is now making hand sanitizers in their luxurious fragrances!

Created with aloe vera to hydrate hands and ginkgo biloba plant extract to provide antioxidants, these elevated hand sanitizers — available in the scents Champagne and Chamomile Lavender — make killing germs feel a little more luxurious. Both scents come in a chic and minimalist bottle and two sizes: full (12.8 oz) or travel-sized (3.3 oz).

Buy It! $8 and up,

MO MI Diffuser Blends

Mo Mi

A home that smells good is a home you want to be in — and that’s never been more important than during these endless work-from-home days.

AAPI-owned beauty brand MO MI officially joined the home fragrance space on April 1, launching a brand new collection of essential oils in six original fragrance blends. The scents are designed to be used in a home diffuser, and are vegan and cruelty free.

The six scents include Clarity (notes of eucalyptus, lavender, juniper and sweet orange), Elevate (notes of lemongrass, sage and bergamot), Empower (notes of pink grapefruit, blood orange and pink peppercorn), Forest Bath (notes of pine, Japanese cypress and juniper berries), Radiance (notes of red mandarin, lemon and bergamot) and Restore (notes of citrus, neroli blossom and warm vanilla).

Buy It! $40 for 15mL,

Rebecca Atwood x Pottery Barn

Pottery Barn

Brooklyn-based textile designer Rebecca Atwood poured over her sketchbooks to pick out the summery prints for her latest collaboration with pottery barn: a mix of dishware, bedding, shower curtains, doormats and more, meant to feel “calm” and “happy” — two words that pop up throughout the collection.

“The warmer months of the year are my favorite, and we wanted to bring that soft vacation-like vibe into the home but in a way that feels relevant year-round,” she says of the lemon, daffodil and terrazzo-like (they’re actually potatoes!) motifs, which launched on Friday.

Buy it! From $24,


Courtesy Bed Bath & Beyond

Bed Bath & Beyond has just launched a new in-house line of bedding and bath essentials called Nestwell. The line, which includes sheet sets, duvets, blankets, towels and more is designed “to make it easy to bring that comfy, cozy feeling to your everyday routine,” according to a press release.

The superstore also created the “Nestwell Guide to Restwell” questionnaire, an online quiz to help shoppers find out which “archetype” they fit into — the functionalist, the trendsetter, the naturalist or the coziest — and pick the best product for them based on “their sleep habits and rituals.”

Buy it!

Leeway Home


This direct-to-consumer tabletop brand just launched with simple — and simply gorgeous! — dishware, glassware and flatware. The Brooklyn-based company’s pieces are “for both home chefs and professional take-out orderers alike, according to a press release, and dishes are available in four solid colors and four edge-striped options. Glassware includes a wine glass, champagne flute, coupe, and short and tall everyday glasses.

Pieces are sold in typical sets (i.e. 4 all-purpose bowl-plates for $60) or as “kits” like “The Entry Way” (two full place settings for $65).

Buy It!

Draper James x For Pete’s Sake Pottery

For Pete’s Sake x Draper James

Kentucky-based artist Susan Brown and her team at For Pete’s Sake Pottery have teamed up with Reese Witherspoon’s fashion and lifestyle brand Draper James for an exclusive collection of Southern-inspired Christmas ornaments.

Available in-store and online, each item in the collection gives a nod to Draper James’s signature style (yes, you’ll see blue gingham!), with ribbon-adorned ceramic ornaments featuring Fairisle sweaters, festooned front doors, classic Christmas balls and more.

Each ornament is handmade and hand-painted by the team at For Pete’s Sake Pottery, so every piece is unique!

Buy It! Starting at $28,

RUME by The Home Edit


Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin are two busy gals — just weeks after the premiere of their new Netflix show, Get Organized with The Home Edit, they’ve officially released their own line of home and personal care products, called RUME.

Launching online October 21, RUME’s first drop includes a hand soap, hand lotion, hand sanitizer (available in two sizes) and hand wipes.

Designed for repeated use, each product is alcohol-free, fragrance-free and paraben-free to keep hands hydrated and protected. (They’re also 100 percent plant-based and cruelty-free!)

Buy It! Starting at $5,

Poo-Pourri Bidet


The cult-favorite toilet spray company is expanding its empire to bring a European staple into bathrooms everywhere.

On October 1, the female-founded company launched the Poo-Pourri Bidet — a device they cheekily describe as “a lean, mean, booty-cleaning machine” that uses fresh water from your water line.

A simple attachment for your toilet (they promise an easy, 15-minute install with no need for a plumber), the device reduces the need for toilet paper by approximately 50 to 100 percent. The company says they’re proud to promote a product that is just as good for the environment (and your wallet) and it is for your behind.

Buy It! $70,

Pioneer Woman Wallpaper

This new wallpaper collection from the Food Network’s Ree Drummond doesn’t just belong in the kitchen — it’ll look great anywhere in the house!

On September 23, is expanding their exclusive Pioneer Woman Collection with peel and stick wallpaper ($35-$49), featuring eight of Drummond’s signature patterns.

Each vintage-inspired print is available in either a one or two-panel design, “perfect for decorating full walls, accent walls, stair risers” and more, Drummond said in a press release. “Plus, it’s peel and stick, so it’s easy to change things up and try different looks in different spaces!”

Buy It! Starting at $35,

Jonathan Adler ♥ Keurig®

Keurig is brewing up something sweet for your countertop in collaboration with renowned potter and interior designer Jonathan Adler. The brand’s new Brew the Love® Collaboration launches Sept. 17, with each limited-edition drop curated by a new famous fan — the first round being the Jonathan Adler ♥ Keurig® Collection, featuring a bright and bold design. Great tasting beverages and a tasteful display? Sign us up!

Buy It! Starting at $99.99,

Badass Balloon Co.

Badass Balloon Co

These are not your grandma’s party accessories!

Founded by former fashion publicist and stylist Desiree Ontiveros, Badass Balloon Co. is a company turning childhood party staples into social media gold with cheeky messages on colorful balloons.

For these socially-distanced times, we’re obsessed with the brand’s new Downer Party Balloon Variety Pack, which features balloons printed with sayings like “Even a Pity Party is Still a Party,” “Anti-Social Social Club,” and “Please Leave by 9 PM.”

In addition to balloons, this female of color-founded company also offers adorable accessories like pinatas and confetti, and party packs for bachelorette parties, graduations, birthdays, Friendsgivings, going away parties, divorces (Yes, you read that right!) and so much more.

Buy It! Starting at $6 for a 3-pack,

Eileen Fisher + West Elm

West Elm x Eileen Fisher

West Elm has teamed up with fashion designer Eileen Fisher to create a stylish line of home decor and furniture made from upcycled garments.

Launching August 25, the limited-edition collection features eight unique, handmade pieces, including pillow covers and a lounge chair (ranging from $159 to $1,999). Each item began as a piece of pre-owned denim donated by a customer as part of Eileen Fisher’s Renew program; and was subsequently washed, repaired and handcrafted into a one-of-a-kind creation.

“With these beautiful designs, we are extending each garment’s life cycle and drastically reducing the waste that we put out into the world,” Fisher said in a press release.

Buy It! Starting at $159,

Bearaby’s Napsicle Collection

Bearaby x The Hyppo

As the lazy days of summer come to an end, two brands are teaming up to encourage people to stay home, stay cozy and treat their senses.

Female-founded weighted blanket company Bearaby has collaborated with gourmet ice pop brand The Hyppo on the limited-edition Napsicle Collection — Bearaby’s signature “Nappers” with three new, fruit-inspired colors.

Each of the cooling weighted blankets in the line are designed to mimic one of The Hyppo’s new, vegan flavors: mango (shades of orange), watermelon (shades of pink) and blueberry lavender (shades of purple). Chunky knit with an ombre pattern, the result is the perfect blanket to cuddle up under and enjoy a sweet snack as the summer days fade away.

Each blanket is available in three weights — 15 pounds, 20 pounds or 25 pounds. Plus, every purchase comes bundled with all three flavors of the ice pops!

Buy It! Starting at $259,

DW Home Fall 2020 Scents

DW Home

We don’t want to alarm you, but pumpkin spice season is coming up quicker than you think.

Luckily, whether you’re a pumpkin spice fan or prefer something a little more woodsy, DW Home has dozens of new, fall-inspired candles to get you excited for the changing of the seasons — and maybe even ready to say goodbye to summer.

Love a sweet scent? Test out Apple Honey Butter, Maple Hazelnut or Pumpkin Pancakes. Prefer something a little more clean and masculine? Opt for Autumn Morning, Warm Flannel or Woodsmoke Bourbon.

Each new scent — officially available on the DW Home website on Aug. 24 — comes in a variety of different sizes (from single- to triple-wick). There are also a number of unique jar designs — including some adorable wooden lids with metal handles that are perfect for fall.

One of the best parts of the collection is the affordable price: The candles range from $12 to $20, depending on their size and design.

Buy It! Starting at $12,

NEAT Method’s Kitchen and Pantry Collection

Is there anything better than a clean and tidy kitchen?NEAT Method doesn’t think so. That’s why the team of professional organizers created a collection of home organizing products designed to bring their services to life in homes across the country.

The Kitchen and Pantry collection, which dropped online in August, features bins and baskets, canisters and jars, drawer dividers and inserts, turntables, risers, labels and more. Each is available in a variety of different colors, finishes and materials — from acacia wood to powder coated metals.

While designed to look luxurious and withstand the test of time, the collection is also incredibly affordable, with prices ranging from $8 to $45.

While the Kitchen and Pantry collection is the company’s first product line, fans will be happy to hear that they already have another collection slated to drop in September. Moving outside the kitchen, they plan to tackle solutions for the closet, bathroom, and beyond in the future.

Buy It! Starting at $8,

Ruggable Star Wars Collection


The Force is definitely with these rugs!

On August 11, popular rug company Ruggable released their first-ever Star Wars Collection — a brand new line of floor coverings inspired by the cult-favorite movie series. Created in collaboration with Lucas Films, the collection features 10 different prints, each in a variety of colorways (20 in total), designed to pay homage to A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, specifically.

With unique names like “Rogue Squadron,” “Darkside Damask” and “Corellian Ikat,” each print is subtle enough to look like a chic and modern rug to the average onlooker, but will certainly catch the eye of any true Star Wars fan. Look closely and you’ll surely catch a glimpse of Princess Leia, Wookiee and all your other favorite characters incorporated in the prints!

Available in eight different sizes ranging from 2.5×7′ to 8×10′, all of these rugs are both washable and water-resistant (as are all Ruggable products), making them perfect for kids bedrooms and playrooms.

Buy It! Starting at $109,

The Queer Eye Collection at Walmart

Walmart just got more fabulous!

On July 15, the retail giant announced the launch of the Queer Eye Collection, a line of 80 new home furnishing products inspired by the hit Netflix reality show, which stars Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk, Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown and Tan France.

Exclusive to, the pieces in the collection include bed frames, coffee tables, bookshelves, futons, barstools and more, all in an industrial-modern style resident interiors guru Berk often employs on the show. They’re also affordable — ranging in price from $99 to $599.

“When you love your home, it spills out into every other area of your life,” said the team behind Queer Eye in a press release. “These pieces will definitely bring you joy.”

Buy It! Starting at $99,

Cadence Capsules

Breanna Reda

Saving the planet and space on the bathroom shelf? Yes, please! On July 16, cadence launched new limited-edition summer colors of their refillable, magnetic cadence capsules, as well as use-specific bundles that make it easier than ever to stay organized. Whether you’re storing your skincare routine, supplements or dainty jewelry, these life-proof capsules are the perfect way to keep track of your tiniest treasures. Made from recycled ocean-bound plastic, the capsules — which magnetize into your very own honeycomb — now come in summery shades like lavender and sand, and are available individually or in bundles such as the weekender, which features custom labels for all the products you’ll need for a quick getaway.

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The Landing

The Landing

On June 30, a new digital home furnishing platform hit the internet, designed to help make interior design easier for all.

The site, named The Landing, gives homeowners the tools they need to turn their house into a fully-furnished, super-chic home without having to hire an interior designer. Using an interactive online design tool, the site guides users from inspiration to delivery and execution, and offers a variety of curated products from their favorite brands to choose from.

Better yet, the company recently committed to having 15 percent of the brands available on the platform be Black-owned businesses, and promises to have this implemented by the end of the year.

Try It! Prices vary,

The Minnidip Passport Collection


Just because many borders are closed doesn’t mean you can’t go country-hopping this summer — in your own backyard, that is.

On June 26, adult inflatable pool company Minnidip released three new styles inspired by some of their favorite global destinations, for a collection they’re calling the Passport Collection.

The Amalfi was inspired by the blue and yellow tile typically found along the Amalfi Coast and on the island of Capri, Italy; The Marrakesh (pictured) was inspired by the arched windows and jade-blue tiling found in Morocco, and The Condesa was inspired by Mexico City and the famous Cuadra San Cristobal pool in the city’s Condesa neighborhood.

Because they tend to sell out, purchases are currently limited to one pool per order.

Buy It! $70,

Chasing Paper x Ariel Okin Wallpaper Collection

Chasing Paper x Ariel Okin

Thinking about livening up your living space? Wallpaper company Chasing Paper has teamed up with New York-based interior designer Ariel Okin for a new collection of wallcoverings that will add instant style to any blank canvas.

Launching June 22, the line features seven new prints — Chinoiserie, Hydrangea, Ikat Stripe, Jungle Toile, Palladio, Palm Beach and Scrolling Ferns — available as either peel-and-stick removable fabric wallpaper, or traditional, permanent wallpaper.

“I am so excited to bring this collection into the world, and to share these happy, spunky prints with fellow wallpaper lovers,” says Okin, who says she’s been a fan of the brand for years.

Each style is available in panels of three different sizes: 2 x 4 ft. ($40), 2 x 8 ft. ($80) and 2 x 12 ft. ($120).

Buy It! Starting at $40,

1-800-Flowers x Jason Wu Collection

Jason Wu for Wild Beauty

On June 9, flower delivery company 1-800-Flowers announced that they have teamed up with fashion powerhouse Jason Wu for a collection of bouquets inspired by his design aesthetic. The collaboration, called Jason Wu for Wild Beauty, is available now on the 1-800-Flowers website, with five different fashion-forward floral arrangements to choose from.

“Playing a role in the intimate decision of what one chooses to wear each day is such an important part of what I do,” Wu said in a press release. “To extend this concept to the graceful details people bring into their homes is an honor… Floral elements continuously inspire me and have been a consistent theme throughout my entire career. I’m thrilled to celebrate the beauty of flowers in this new and special way.”

Each bouquet features a variety of blooms, including roses, sunflowers, gerbera daisies, thistle and aster. Flowers are chosen based on the season, and come from eco-friendly, sustainable farms. Customers can choose to deliver the bouquet as-is, or in a decorative pail.

The perfect pick-me-up for the fashion-obsessed!

Buy It! Starting at $45,

The Citizenry Oaxaca Rug Collection

The Citizenry

Inspired by the architectural details found throughout Oaxaca, Mexico, this new collection of rugs, runners and wall hangings from home decor brand The Citizenry has us feeling like we’re on a desert vacation (we’re allowed to dream!). The new products, each handwoven in Oaxaca, dropped online on April 23.

Beyond the gorgeous colorways and unique textures, we love this chic brand — also known for their pillows, bedding and other accent pieces — for their social values. Each product from The Citizenry is handmade by an artisan who gets paid a fair wage for their craft, and is made using locally sourced materials. They also give back a portion of the proceeds to all the artisans they work with. We love a rug we can feel good about!

Buy It! Starting at $175,

Plum Pretty Sugar for Blue Sky

Plum Pretty Sugar for Blue Sky

Staying organized is a lot more fun when your planner and accessories are stylish. The new 2020-2021 line of goodies from Plum Pretty Sugar for Blue Sky — available now at Staples — look luxe despite being very affordable.

Daily, weekly and monthly planners in chic patterns and colors are available along with calendars and planning accessories like matching pens and bookmarks. Everything in the32-item range costs between $8 and $35, and is designed for the 2020 academic year, starting in July.

Buy It! Starting at $8,

Airstream x Pottery Barn Collection

Airstream x Pottery Barn

The new Airstream x Pottery Barn Collection, which debuted on May 15 on, is best described as “adventure-chic.” The 30-piece line was inspired by the iconic travel brand and includes everything from bedding to dinnerware to wall art.

There are chic rugs and doormats, as well as the cute pillows and dish rags embroidered with quirky sayings like “home is where you park it,” “happy camper” and “be here now.”

They’re perfect for bringing on your next adventure or decorating your stationary abode!

Buy It! Starting at $12,

The Home Edit x The Container Store

The Home Edit x The Container Store

The celebrity organizers behind The Home Editrecently teamed back up with The Container Store for an extension of their eponymous product line, adding new organization tools that focus specifically on keeping different areas of the kitchen neat and tiny. The new products — including clear canisters, stacking bins, fridge dividers and lazy susans — launched online on May 18.

There are now a total of 50 products in the Home Edit collection, sold exclusively at The Container Store.

Buy It! New products starting at $7,

Society6 x The Sill Wall Art Collection

Society6 x The Sill

Ready to add some plants to your home, but don’t have a green thumb? Good news: Home decor brand Society6 has teamed up with houseplant delivery service The Sill for a collection of wall art inspired by some of their gorgeous greenery.

Four of Society6’s most popular independent artists — Lara Lee Meintjes, Stephanie DeAngelis, Madeline Martinez and Alja Horvat — brought the collaboration to life. Each of their prints is available either framed or unframed in a variety of sizes and start at just $23.

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August & Leo by Giuliana Rancic

Courtesy Giuliana Rancic; HSN

TV host Giuliana Rancic is a longtime lover of all things home (check out her Idaho lake house), and has just debuted her first decor line, August & Leo. The 25-piece collection, which was designed in collaboration with Rancic’s friend and interior designer Lonni Paul for HSN, includes pieces like the throw ($29.95) she’s wrapped in at left and the hurricane ($99.95 for 3) at right. Prices start at $19.95.

“Every single August & Leo piece is currently in my home as of two weeks ago and they have really added a layer of beauty and comfort to my space,” Rancic told PEOPLE.

Buy It! Starting at $13,

Wayfair’s Kelly Clarkson Home

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The Kelly Clarkson Show host teamed up with Wayfair to curate a line of 550 “French country” inspired furnishings and decor pieces — from feminine, tufted sofas in petal pink to pom-pom–bedecked bedding and antiqued vases that look straight out of a Paris flea market.

“Home has always been an incredibly special place for me. It’s my sanctuary where I unwind and spend quality time with family and now, more than ever, we are all looking to find peace and comfort in our homes with our loved ones,” Clarkson said of her inspiration.

Buy It! Starting at $21,


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