While a trip to Home Goods gives us a serotonin boost, nothing quite measures up to how productive, speedy and satisfying it is to pick up home furnishings from Amazon.
As the sworn-in top-tier retailer for pretty much everything — and we mean everything — Amazon is equal parts efficient and convenient, making it easier than ever to craft your safe haven much like the cover of Better Homes & Gardens.
That said, we made an exclusive edit of the 20 best Amazon home products that have high acclaim and we deem add-to-cart worthy. From glorious cold-brew coffee makers to throw pillows with the finest touches, we have a product fit for everyone (with budget taken into account, too).
Below, find the 20 best Amazon home items we can’t stop screenshotting, sending in group chats and adding to our wishlists. Along with the best Amazon beauty products, we love this niche for a spur-of-the-moment refresh that’ll make your space feel even homier.
For low-maintenance blooms that add a bohemian, minimal and rustic flair all at once, opt for dried pampas grass. This 80-piece bouquet has the most stunning neutral brown and white tones we’ve seen and looks beautiful on an oak dresser or in a sleek white vase.
If there’s one thing we love incessantly, it’s coffee. This $20 pour-over coffee maker is great to pair with your favorite coffee grinder (ahem, Smeg) and enjoy a delicious morning cup.
Not only can you make your much-needed caffeinated bev with this product, but it doubles as your pitcher — so it’s an automatic win-win.
As spring rolls around the corner, so does the set-in-place seasonal cleaning month. Eradicate all dust, debris and pet hair with Bissell’s top-rated ProHeat Carpet Cleaner, a less-than-$300 option that’s built to last.
One of the best ways to give your home a refresh is with new bedsheets. Available in a slew of colors and size options to fit your mattress, Mellanni’s Extra Deep Pocket Sheet Set is of great quality and boasts a soft microfiber feel for unmatched comfort when catching those ZZZs.
As one of our favorite brands for purifiers, Levoit is a premier option, given the Amazon’s Choice seal of approval and designed with smart WiFi capabilities to purify your space with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. Plus, it has true HEPA filtration that’s great for the allergy-prone among us.
Truth be told, this long loft pillow by Coop Home Goods makes us want to snuggle all day long. And since you spend seven to eight hours asleep each day, investing in a top-tier pillow is all-around worth it.
This bamboo-derived and polyester hybrid has an adjustable foam fill, so you can add or remove material to match your preferences. Plus, it’s vegan and cruelty-free.
You won’t be cold anymore with this portable electric space heater. For basements, attic-like bonus rooms and colder spaces, the $29 price tag is a steal that’s extra worth it for its carry-around design.
As one of our favorite air fryers we rounded up, the Ninja Max XL features a slim and sleek design (which is key for this kitchen appliance) and the ability to fry foods with 75% less fat than conventional methods.
What’s more, its generous temperature range of 105 to 450 degrees Fahrenheit makes it stellar for crisping chicken or roasting rooted veggies.
Let’s be real — if your counter doesn’t have much real estate, you have to be selective with the appliances that line it. Panasonic’s FlashXPress Toaster Oven is one of those staples that’s worth the showcase factor.
This relatively compact model has six preset cooking functions and two infrared oven heating elements — positioned at the front and back — for maximum efficiency.
We can’t skip on the storage options. Lifewit’s Large Capacity Clothes Storage Bag Organizer isn’t just apt for dorm rooms — it’s perfect for storing seasonal clothing to free up some closet space. For $20, your life just got easier.
You don’t necessarily have to spend many coins on a new mattress. Sometimes a soft, plush mattress topper can make a world of difference.
This top-rated topper (pun absolutely intended) is gel-infused and memory foam-created to provide incredible comfort and support for any mattress size. For $40, we wish we’d found it sooner, though the price depends on your mattress size.
We love a rolly-cart kitchen island because (1) it’s convenient and (2) it adds a whole lot of character to your space. Now just shy of $110, this white cabinet-style has a built-in spice rack and towel holder that makes it a wonderful kitchen addition (or perhaps a coffee cart).
We can’t stress enough how much we adore this candle. If the $20 price doesn’t sell you, the fact that this slim jar instantly makes your space smell just like a coffeehouse will.
Not to mention: the wick burns well and a subtle waft of espresso beans continues to permeate your room even when it’s unlit.
Add some color and texture to your space with these chic and warm-month-ready throw pillow covers. Available in a tangerine, blood orange, ivory and seafoam color palette, it’s just the right family of four to enter your neutral space.
We owe a lot to the humble floating shelves, mostly for giving us floor space and still looking chic. This $50 wooden pair is the perfect thickness and hint of rustic farmhouse glam to style with plenty of Amazon’s home decor items.
If you don’t have a green thumb but love the look of greenery, we got you. This three-pack of artificial plants is one of Amazon’s most cherished offerings that look realistic and will — unlike fresh blooms — last a lifetime.
What’s more, Amazon has an entire catalog of faux plants to choose from should you want other varieties.
For $22, wouldn’t you want to change your room’s color? Lighting sets the mood, undoubtedly, so amp up your space with GE’s top-rated LED Light Bulbs. They’re voice-activated, too.
While $950 is surely steep for a vacuum, hear us out — our lives have genuinely changed after using the Roborock. We’ve taken showers, worked from home and read books all while this mighty spinster did its magic. Plus, it returns right to the charging dock after memorizing your house map.
Doesn’t this eight-pack make you want to clean practically everything and anything? You can’t put a price on a deeply cleaned home, but $26 isn’t a bad one. From storing skincare products to housing laundry detergent, Utopia Home’s bundle has you covered (and extremely organized)
Minimal and chic, this gold-rimmed glass flower vase is also light and airy to give that pompous grass some room to breathe. For $23, it does the job of rendering your home more expensive and lush than you paid for.
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