Though we love our affordable go-to sources for home décor and furniture, there’s something so thrilling about discovering a new décor brand or with fresh merchandise you haven’t seen before. Bringing home an object or piece of furniture that you know you'll never find in anyone else's home is oddly satisfying. Not to mention, it adds a unique personal touch to a space.
Recently, we've come across a few such gems featuring stylish items at reasonable price points. From handcrafted pottery to unique textiles to the basics your home needs, these new décor brands are our latest obsessions. Don't only default to next time you're shopping for . We're convinced you'll find something unique that you love by browsing these new décor brands.
Founded by Lovisa Shergill and Mitali Seth, seeks to bridge the gap between modern and globally influenced design. Bold colors, striking patterns, and thoughtful accents cover this line of textiles and accents. We’re particularly fond of its embellished line of “glam pillows.”
features home basics perfect for the young decorator just starting out. Classic dishware, glassware, bedding, and towels sold in smart sets mean Snowe is the ultimate new destination for stocking your pad.
Created by design lover Ellen DeGeneres, of classic linens, bar accessories, and entertaining essentials features rustic items with a handmade feel. to discuss her new venture, which was inspired by her love for animals, interiors, and nature.
Headquartered in Berlin, is perfect for design-forward basics and accents. Its designs are simple, unique to Hem, and built to last. We especially appreciate its custom options.
Founded by an interior designer, of wooden serving tools and entertaining accessories features bright accents and unique designs. We love the fun, design-forward approach the line’s creator Araya Jensen brings to her unique, modern but organic creations.
If you’re a fan of Scandinavian and Danish design, you’ll love Huset’s curated collection of furniture, textiles, and accessories. , which means “the house” in Swedish, Danish and Norwegian, features items from over 60 designers, and bi-yearly trips from Venice Beach back to Scandinavia mean the brand is always offering pieces on the cutting edge.
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This story was originally published on August 4, 2015, and has since been updated.