The Amazon Decor Items Worth Keeping Your Prime Membership For
Don’t cancel your account just yet.
Updated Oct 22, 2018 6:57 PM
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It’s a sad day to be an Amazon Prime member: The retailer recently announced that, as of May 11, it was increasing its annual fee for the service by $20. Which might not seem like a lot at first, but if you don’t regularly use prime, jumping to $119 from $99 is a lot. It’s why, according to a Yahoo Finance survey, 45 percent of users have decided to discontinue their membership. But before you join their ranks, consider this your reminder that Amazon has some pretty great furniture finds worth sticking around for.
In the market for a home refresh? Whether you’re in need of a fresh decorative touch or something functional for your small space, Amazon’s Rivet line is chock full of choices. And luckily, a large portion of them happen to be available on Prime. Here, the furniture and decor finds convincing us to keep using the delivery service.
Every part the on-trend item, from the pale blush pink color to the mid-century modern style, this accent chair makes a great addition to an empty living room corner. Sleek brass detailing keeps it from being too feminine.
Round Wood Nesting Table, $129
The perfect simple end table, this piece is particularly great because you can either buy it as one or as a pair; the latter works well for adding extra surface space to tiny apartments. A dark finish brings an element of sophistication into the mix.
Glass Ball Metal Table Lamp, $59.99
Get on board the sculptural light fixture trend! With a glass ball balancing delicately on a thin angled brass frame, this lamp is more like an art piece.
Watercolor Green Leaf Print, $49.99
If you can’t keep a plant alive to save your own life but still love the look of greenery, this print is for you. A sure-fire way to liven up a bare wall and keep plant casualties to zero, the contemporary watercolor is a great pop of color.
No dining room, no problem. Make your own eating area by turning your countertops into a tabletop or even mounting a built-in wall shelf to create a dining space in a small apartment. Then, pick up a couple of these chic stools for seating that can easily be tucked underneath when not in use.
A plush rug is a great way to warm up cold hardwood or concrete floors in the winter, and add character to your home year round. Try this Moroccan-inspired area rug to add some detailing to a minimalist space without disrupting your neutral color scheme.
It may be starting to warm up outside, but even summer nights get chilly. Be sure you’re prepared for evenings dining on the balcony or gatherings on the patio with a cozy throw blanket like this one.
Give your home a cool industrial vibe… even if the closest you are IRL to urban living is binge-watching Broad City. The on-trend concrete material is just enough to add an edge to your space without being over the top.
A work from home necessity, this two-tone desk has more than enough storage, but its sleek design doesn’t take up too much square footage—meaning it works just as well for smaller apartments as it does for homes with a designated office room. Win-win.
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