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To gear up for Amazon Prime Day’s 48-hour deals, which start today, July 11, we took a look back to see what exactly you’ve turned to the e-tailer giant for over the past six months. 

And here’s what we found: While some of you jumped on the design-forward hidden gems and furniture brands we dug up (Who else is still shocked Kartell’s Componibili storage units can ship in two days with a Prime membership?), many tapped the massive marketplace for what most people rely on Amazon for: the basics. You know, the crazy budget (as in, “Is this really the price?” affordable) home goods; DIY essentials; influencer-approved cleaning supplies; and last-minute unique gifts. Dip into the viral hits and deals that made our list of bestsellers, then hit “add to cart.”  

Up to 28% Off Solo Stove Smokeless Firepits

As seen in: Amanda Seyfried’s $285 Smokeless Firepit Is on Sale Right Now and The Best Tabletop Firepits Include a Mini Wood-Burning Solo Stove for Under $100

Take your pick of firepits from Solo Stove—a whole assortment of them are on sale for Amazon Prime Day. Your longtime favorite, however, would have to be the Bonfire. We expect that’s because it weighs only 20 pounds, so it can be transported from the campground to backyard with ease. Its double-wall design and ventilation system mean smoke-free burning, and the removable base plate and ash pan make maintenance hassle-free. The miniature Mesa (a monthly top seller back in November, when it touted the same sale price) has also always been a hit with readers, particularly those with balconies or terraces, as it’s safe to plop on a table and enjoy.

17% Off Amazon Brass Pharmacy Floor Lamp

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O’Bright Dimmable LED Pharmacy Floor Lamp, Amazon ($75)

As seen in: This $75 Amazon Lamp Is Almost Identical to the $700 Version

This brass pharmacy lamp has been a top seller ever since we first spotted it in YouTuber Kiva Brent’s home. Not only does it look far more expensive than it actually is, but as Brent explains in an Instagram Reel, it’s also a practical piece: It swings 360 degrees, has a built-in smart dimmer (simply hold down the switch to up the brightness), and can adjust from 47 to 55 inches in height. During Amazon Prime Day, it’s listed at the same affordable $75 price tag that first caught readers’ attention earlier this year.

$11 Off Armless Office Desk Chair by Emiah  

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Armless Office Desk Chair by Emiah, Amazon ($209 was $220)

As seen in: This Amazon Desk Chair Is TikTok Famous for One Simple Reason

The TikTok-famous chair that keeps on giving. From the moment this cushy office seat first went viral in 2022, you’ve continued to buy it en masse, even though it teeters in and out of stock. It may very well be your top buy in all of 2023, too. It’s a true Amazon win: high quality for the price, often on sale, sporting a trendy armless silhouette (that’s puffy pillowy), and available in a creamy white. The real kicker? The 25.5-inch roomy seat means you can comfortably sit “crisscross applesauce” while responding to emails from home. You can currently attach an $11 coupon to get in on the trend for less. Or save more by going for a lookalike—the Pukami version is 15% off and the channel-tufted look is 20% off.

40% Off Solar Outdoor Hanging Lights  

15 of Your 18 Favorite Amazon Buys Are on Sale for Prime Day
Outdoor Wireless Solar Hanging Lanterns 2-Pack, Amazon ($30 was $50)

As seen in: You Can Leave These Waterproof Solar Lanterns Hanging by the Pool All Summer Long 

We knew we had to highlight these hanging solar lights as a top Amazon find after one reviewer wrote that they instantly transformed their backyard shed into an English pub. Okay, and the fact that shoppers have reported they’ve endured multiple winter storms and still lit up by day’s end. Clearly, you love these little luminaries as much as we do (the fact that they’ve been on sale all of June certainly helps, too). 

54% Off The Dinner Party Project

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The Dinner Party Project by Natasha Feldman, Amazon ($18 was $40)

As seen in: I Throw Dinner Parties for a Living—Here’s the Formula That Works Every Time

Private chef Natasha Feldman essentially throws dinner parties for a living, and that was enough for you to go snatch up her fresh copy of hosting secrets. This particular cookbook strays from tradition by offering readers more than easy recipes to follow (though it’s filled with those, too); it shares the author’s expertly curated formulas to set the right vibe at any type of gathering. It’s helped one “chronic Postmates user” drop her habit of ordering out whenever friends are in town and instead turn to this tome filled with “mouthwatering photography” for inspiration. Plus it’s a whopping 54% off. To that we say: Cheers!

54% Off Two-Tier Acrylic Home Bar Cart      

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Meberam Two Tier Acrylic Home Bar Cart, Amazon ($23 was $65)

As seen in: Call It a Bar Cart or a Console—This $57 Amazon Find Is ’70s Chic

Did you know that Amazon sells some of the best rolling carts? Of all our utility-chic picks, this two-tier number was your hands down favorite. It first caught our eye for nailing a ’70s-inspired aesthetic with its brown acrylic shelves—which look just as good holding a collection of spirits and glassware as they do corralling crafting supplies or greenery. And it’s one of the biggest Prime Day deals—you can now snag it for 54% off.

19% Off Convenience Concepts Palm Beach Spindle Table 

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Convenience Concepts Palm Beach Spindle Table in Black, Amazon ($65 was $94)

As seen in: The $66 Spindle Side Table Amazon Reviewers Call Surprisingly Substantial and Elegant

If you love the Victorian-era flair of a spindle leg but not so much the hefty price tag that might come with it at an antiques store, this Amazon look-alike was a boon for you just as it was for our design director, Brit Ashcraft. She owned two before it became one of your bestsellers and tapped them as nightstands, but other shoppers shared that they’ve used it as a side table, baby bottle landing pad in a nursery, and plant stand. Since earning its title as an April bestseller, the table gained 1,000-plus positive reviews that concur that it comes together in 30 seconds and “looks even higher quality in real life.” And you all clearly agree it’s the “cutest little table.” You can spend even less if you grab it in a different colorway—the gray and yellow iterations are both less than $55.

23% Off Joie: A Parisian’s Guide to Celebrating the Good Life

Joie: A Parisian’s Guide to Celebrating the Good Life, Amazon ($29 was $38)

As seen in: What an American Transplant Has Learned About Hosting Dinners the Parisian Way 

American expat Ajiri Aki’s guide to understanding the je ne sais quoi of Parisian life was another hit in April. European vacations must have been a few months back, and who wouldn’t eat up the words of a former New Yorker—now steadfast Francophile—describing how to live like the French. Plus we picture that once you’ve flipped through these pages, it makes for a rather pretty coffee-table book. And for Prime Day, it’s 23% off.

20% Off Meema Kitchen Towels

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Meema Kitchen Towels (Set of 4), Amazon ($18 was $25)

As seen in: The Best Kitchen Towels Pair Pretty Patterns With Ultra-Absorbent Materials 

What can we say? You love our budget-friendly pick for the best kitchen towels. These striped cloths are pretty enough to leave out hanging from a drawer pull but hardy enough to soak up any spill caused by whipping up a weeknight meal. And now for less than $20 (the set is 20% off for Amazon Prime Day), you get two patterns in four rags made from upcycled cotton and denim, and they have a weightier feel versus your typical tea towel. 

$15 Tejatan Metal Curtain Rings

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Tejatan Metal Curtain Rings, Amazon ($15)

As seen in: This $15 Amazon Find Helped Me Finally Organize My Closet 

Who doesn’t love a DIY organization trick? After our associate editor, Raven McMillan, vouched for this $15 set of metal curtain rings that actually keep her scarf collection looking neat and tidy, Domino readers were sold. The nearly 10,000 rave reviews also probably influenced you to hit “add to cart.” True to their intended use, they happen to be an affordable way to hang window treatments as well, even if they are full price.  

$15 Off Voweek Electric Scrubber

White plastic Electric Spin Scrubber by Voweek on Amazon
Voweek Electric Spin Scrubber, Amazon ($50 was $65)

As seen in: This DIYer-Backed Electric Scrubber Spins, Extends, and Gets Into Every Nook and Cranny

After we watched DIYer Elena Lohse of This House 5000 tackle cleaning her entire bathroom with this extendable gadget, we had to share our findings with the rest of the Domino universe who had yet to see her Instagram reel that garnered 17,000-plus likes alone. Lohse’s and our choice of the white, however, is $15 off thanks to a handy coupon, but all the other styles are now priced at $40.

$47 Amazon Basics Rubber-Coated Plastic Hangers

15 of Your 18 Favorite Amazon Buys Are on Sale for Prime Day
Rubber Coated Plastic Hangers (Pack of 50), Amazon ($47)

As seen in: I’m a Professional Organizer—Here’s Why I Stopped Using Velvet Hangers in My Closet

After you got word that a pro organizer ditched the velvet fad for rubber, this 50-pack quickly sold out. And then you bought up the next best thing: Songmics’s version. Both are covered in a recyclable material that you can use to air-dry wet laundry and no longer deal with the mysterious appearance of fuzzies on your clothes. “I love these hangers! They hold clothes and yet are easy to remove without a struggle. Their slim design is also very space saving. I use them in every closet in my house,” one reviewer writes. 

10% Off Grout Pen White Tile Painter Marker  

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Waterproof Grout Pen, Amazon ($9 was $10)

As seen in: This $9 Amazon Find Made My Grimy Rental Shower Look Good as New

For just $9, you can fix a permanently stained, grimy tile situation without having to worry about intense scrubbing or handling strangely named chemicals. This paint pen has sold and sold ever since our style editor, Julia Stevens, shared how she used it to fix up her rental bathroom without having to call up her super. It took Stevens no more than 15 minutes to complete the job, and it comes in more than just the classic white (there are 11 other hues to choose from). 

22% Off ChomChom Pet Hair Remover

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ChomChom Pet Hair Remover, Amazon ($20 was $32)

As seen in: One of Drew Barrymore’s Favorite Cleaning Tools Is 20% Off for Amazon Pet Day

Anything recommended by Drew Barrymore is practically a shoo-in Domino bestseller. Example A: this ingenious gadget that attracts pet hair like a moth to a flame. When it recently went on sale for Amazon Pet Day, it once again accumulated in your carts just as it did back in 2022 when the actor–slash–talk-show host first gave it her official stamp of approval. And the hype continues. It now has 142,000-plus reviews explaining in detail its “life-changing” features. Our favorite quick quip: “It picks up hair the vacuum never could.” 

25% Off Patchology Best Foot Forward Mask 

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Best Foot Forward Softening and Heel Mask, Patchology ($7 was $10)

As seen in: The Best Last-Minute Mother’s Day Gifts That Will Arrive by Sunday 

We first recommended this budget-friendly mask as a gift for moms, and Domino readers were very into the idea of a bit of TLC. It’s nice that this soothing formula of shea butter, coconut oil, and Japanese evergreen comes prepackaged, so all you have to do is tear it open and apply. It’s now priced at an even more affordable $7.

$6 Off Kurala 5-by-8 Reversible Plastic Patio Area Rug

Green Checkerboard Plastic Outdoor Rug from Amazon
Kurala 5-by-8 Reversible Plastic Patio Area Rug, Amazon ($29 was $35)

As seen in: This $34 Amazon Checkerboard Rug Makes Picnic and Patio Season Feel Like It’s Already Here

You’re just as much Team Checks as we are, as this top-selling reversible rug proves. While we personally think it makes for a great focal point on the porch or patio, it’s also lightweight enough to unfurl at the park or camping site (just one pound!). As we noted in our original review, we think its biggest selling point came by way of a Floridian buyer who wrote it held up just fine in the Southern state’s high temps and storms. Already affordably priced, you can take an additional $6 off this Prime Day with an available coupon.

$32 Harrisville Designs Friendly Loom Potholder Kit

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Harrisville Designs Friendly Loom Potholder Kit, Amazon ($32)

As seen in: This Week in Cool Things for Kids: A Jeremiah Brent–Approved Jungle Gym and a $99 Crate & Kids Pendant Lamp

From our Cool Things for Kids series, this potholder came recommended to us by way of writer Vy Yang, who reached out to moms on how to minimize screen time. And this knitting kit is the go-to of designer Erin Jang of creative studio Indigo Bunting. It comes with everything needed to create six 6-by-6-inch cotton squares that are machine washable and long-lasting. Other shoppers can vouch for this craft’s effectiveness. It’s made of metal instead of plastic, which reviews confirm makes learning a lot less frustrating. “Our 8-year-old granddaughter wanted a potholder loom set like the one her auntie had used to make the potholders I still use. The colors are bright, and the potholders are just as good as my 35-year-old ones,” one comment reads. 

64% Off Chris Loves Julia x Loloi Jules Terracotta Rug

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Chris Loves Julia Jules Terracotta 2-by-3 Rug, Loloi ($21 was $59)

As seen in: Our List of the Best Kitchen Rugs Includes a Vintage-Looking Runner That’s on Sale for $23

The vintage-looking headliner in our buyer’s guide to the best kitchen rugs was the brainchild of a Chris Loves Julia and Loloi collaboration. The power-loomed polypropylene floor covering is engineered to be stain- and fade resistant, which is why you can keep it in front of the sink and underneath your counters. “I don’t think I’ve ever written an Amazon review, but I’m too obsessed with this rug not to,” writes one shopper. “I was nervous as to the quality and what it would look like in person (Would the terracotta be too pink? Would the ‘faded’ spots be too white?), but it’s stunning.” It’s also less than $100, to boot, and 64% off for Prime Day.