Sometimes, good design comes with excellent lead times. High-end furniture can take several weeks to arrive once you have purchased it. However, if you are in a hurry, we have compiled the best Prime Day home deals on Amazon. A retailer is renowned for its fast deliveries.
There are many things to shop for. Are you looking for linens? Sferra cocktail napkins are embroidered with cute little fish. Everything in Brooklinen’s Amazon store is 20% off. What about lighting? You can go lo-fi with luxury candles on the website. Fornasetti’s surrealist options are a good choice.
Amazon has Seletti earthenware. A particular Amazon shop by irreverent Italian design company Alessi includes all the accessories needed to make coffee. We love their red, squiggly fruit bowl.
There are whimsical keepsake boxes by Jonathan Adler and Tom Dixon that can be used to store items, not in the home. These and many other Prime Day home deals are available on Amazon.
Lenox Blue Bay 12-piece dinnerware set
Lenox is one the most well-known American ceramics and porcelain manufacturers. Lennox, based in Bristol, Pennsylvania, is the go-to source for tableware. The company’s Amazon store has a wide selection of classic dinner patterns and kitchenware. The 12-piece porcelain comes with blue trim and a beautiful wobbly texture at the rim. This will give your table a refined elegance.
Georg Jensen Bloom salt room with a spoon
Georg Jensen’s eponymous homewares line was founded in 1904. It is a symbol of modernist, design-conscious Scandi living. The label has been producing silver, silver-plated and stainless steel products for the home with beautiful curves. These pieces are instant heirlooms, with this stainless steel salt cellar included.
Alessi Mediterraneo fruit holder
Giovanni Alessi, an Italian entrepreneur, founded his company in Crusinallo (Omegna), Italy, in 1921. His pieces are still made in the same town today and have a cult following. They are also often displayed in museums as modern design masterpieces. Alessi’s bowl, inspired by the sea, is most well-known for its cheerful espresso machines.
Fellow Stagg EKG electric gooseneck pot
People love everything, Fellow, according to Instagram. Many of our editors have their versions of this goosenecked kettle. The electric stovetop is included with this kettle, which can be used to boil water in any location. The Fellow is based in California and has spent years trying to make the perfect cup of coffee. This included the proper water temperature and the best spout for pour-over brews.
Salt and pepper shakers from the Sagaform Nature Collection
Founded over 25 years ago on Saga Street in Boras, Sweden, Sagaform prides itself on its philosophy of accessible and natural-material-based wares for the home. Pieces for the kitchen and many other items are designed so well that you will want to display them daily. These salt and pepper shakers are a great example.