Everything We’re Buying From Amazon’s Mid-Century Modern Line

Small-space dwellers, pay attention.

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With the news of Amazon’s newly-launched in-house furniture brands comes a whole new way to shop. And we’re particularly excited by Rivet, the retailer’s mid-century modern, millennial-driven line. From industrial-style lighting to multifunctional pieces perfect for small spaces, there’s a lot we’re loving; here, some of our top picks.


Midtown Removable Cushion Modern Loveseat, $599

Sleek and simple, this loveseat takes up less space than a regular couch but offers all the same comfort. It comes in both cream and charcoal to complement any decor scheme.


Pike Factory Industrial Table Lamp, $59.99

Whether you use it to light up a dim corner on a side table or to brighten up your desk, this industrial lamp will bring a contemporary yet classic feel to your space.


District Mid-Century Expandable TV Media Console, $349

This media console is the ultimate multifunctional piece. Not only is it super versatile—you can expand and contract it to suit your storage needs—but it works as both a media stand and a console table.


Geometric Boho Wool Rug, $399

Add some warmth to your space with a patterned rug. This bohemian-inspired option is a subtle way to bring in print to your home.


Molly Round Marble and Stainless Steel Side Table, $199

This retro table incorporates marble and stainless steel for a look that blends modern functionality with timeless elegance.


Patterned Pink and Grey Triangles, $199

If you don’t want to paint your walls, go the temporary route with a pretty wall hanging. This contemporary print will add just a hint of color to any room.


Huxley Leather Mid-Century Accent Chair, $649

For a look that’s unquestionably mid-century, try this accent chair. Described as “reminiscent of the Mad Men era,” it’s sure to bring some old-school glamor to your home.


Fold Modern Ottoman Sofa Bed, $399

You can use this convertible piece as either a bed, an ottoman, or a makeshift sofa if pressed against the wall. Attention all tiny-apartment dwellers: This may be the ultimate small space solution.

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Elly Leavitt

Writer and Editor

Elly enjoys covering anything from travel to funky design (tubular furniture, anyone?) to the latest cultural trend. Her dream apartment would exist on the Upper West Side and include a plethora of mismatched antique chairs, ceramic vessels, and floor-to-ceiling bookcases—essential to her goal of becoming a poor man’s Nora Ephron. You can probably find her in line at Trader Joe’s. You will never find her at SoulCycle.