Homie to hip-hop star Snoop Dogg and Emmy award-winning TV host, Martha Stewart has all the connections, spanning much further than her cooking experience. And now, she's gone and secured a deal with Amazon so you can buy her beautifully-designed books and interior wares.
Whether you're a "California Gurl" or reside elsewhere, with Prime you can get a piece of the pie wherever you live. While you might think Stewart's Amazon home decor options are suited for your mom and the homeowner crowd, prepare to be pleasantly surprised. We've picked out 12 options that are perfect for any rental or decor style.
As well as a super shoppable storefront, Stewart's page also includes a media library full of seasonal recipes and a (now recorded) Amazon Live (opens in new tab) demonstration featuring some of her cookware collection. This immersive experience also showcases bedding and other textiles — most of which can fit seamlessly into even the smallest of homes, IMO.
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Two's a party
I'm a firm believer that you can always create a celebratory mood with food. Whether it's pretty serving boards for sharing charcuterie or these mint-colored cocottes, you shouldn't be limited to a lame presentation because you're putting on a smaller spread.
Food for thought
I wish I had this five-piece set of useful kitchen gadgets when I moved into my first apartment. This bundle includes a can opener, a 12-inch stainless steel balloon whisk, a set of tongs, an ice cream/mashed potato scoop, and a long metal grater — what more could you want?
$37.99 for 4
These handmade textured tumblers are a staggering $136.40 cheaper than the similarly-looking Mrs. Alice version on Net-a-Porter (opens in new tab). They'll help you jump on the bubblecore trend train and can be popped in the dishwasher after you're done drinking iced teas and cocktails. Beats that random collection of glasses you accumulated during college any day!
Shh... keep this one on the DL, but out of all the great bath towels in her collection, these are $22 cheaper but just as nice. A good six-piece set is my favorite way to get a spa hotel experience without spending much. Oh, and for $54.99, I'm also adding this textured white set (opens in new tab) to my cart.
Doggy Dogg World
Your pooch will be living its best life in this cozy memory foam pet bed. It's got a super chic silhouette and has a little Martha Stewart label on the front so your doggo can be house proud in their designer-looking dugout.
This painterly watercolor-effect blue bed sheet bundle is the ultimate college essential. For the price, you get a flat sheet, a fitted sheet, and a pillowcase all made from machine-washable, 250-thread-count Egyptian cotton.
Light pollution can be rife in city apartments, but blackout living room window treatments can be "fugly." Luckily, these glam curtains have a shimmery metallic finish that will create twinkly tones in your lounge or bedroom and still block out lights.
Chop chop! Because going by the rate that her other stuff is flying off the (online) shelves, you won't have much time to grab this 14-piece, stainless steel kitchen knife set. With the neutral handle hue and acacia wood housing, it's very Scandi/Japandi, me thinks.
Stewart's shoppable range doesn't just include goodies for your kitchen and bathroom — there are heaps of stylish rugs, too. This sisal and jute floor mat will cater to all tastes, whether you're fangirling over farmhouse decor, are a true Vanilla girl, or want to introduce some earthy texture into your city apartment.
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Unsurprisingly, this enameled Le Creuset dupe is selling like hotcakes. It comes in 15 different colors and holds 7 quarts of food. We haven't managed to get our hands on it yet, but we've got high hopes that this is going to be one of the best Dutch ovens if you're on a budget.
We have to say, this reclaimed oak and iron coffee table is one of our favorite pieces. It's slim enough to fit in a small living room but can support up to 85 pounds of weight. Modern industrial fans, eat your heart out.