Launches We Love: The Best New Home Decor to Shop Now
From cool collaborations to lust-worthy line extensions, these are the most-wanted items from your favorite home brands
On June 30, a new digital home furnishing platform hit the internet, designed to help make interior design easier for all.
The site, named The Landing, gives homeowners the tools they need to turn their house into a fully-furnished, super-chic home without having to hire an interior designer. Using an interactive online design tool, the site guides users from inspiration to delivery and execution, and offers a variety of curated products from their favorite brands to choose from.
Better yet, the company recently committed to having 15 percent of the brands available on the platform be Black-owned businesses, and promises to have this implemented by the end of the year.
Try It! Prices vary, thelandinghome.com
The Minnidip Passport Collection
Just because many borders are closed doesn't mean you can't go country-hopping this summer — in your own backyard, that is.
On June 26, adult inflatable pool company Minnidip released three new styles inspired by some of their favorite global destinations, for a collection they're calling the Passport Collection.
The Amalfi was inspired by the blue and yellow tile typically found along the Amalfi Coast and on the island of Capri, Italy; The Marrakesh (pictured) was inspired by the arched windows and jade-blue tiling found in Morocco, and The Condesa was inspired by Mexico City and the famous Cuadra San Cristobal pool in the city's Condesa neighborhood.
Because they tend to sell out, purchases are currently limited to one pool per order.
Buy It! $70, minnidip.com
Chasing Paper x Ariel Okin Wallpaper Collection
Thinking about livening up your living space? Wallpaper company Chasing Paper has teamed up with New York-based interior designer Ariel Okin for a new collection of wallcoverings that will add instant style to any blank canvas.
Launching June 22, the line features seven new prints — Chinoiserie, Hydrangea, Ikat Stripe, Jungle Toile, Palladio, Palm Beach and Scrolling Ferns — available as either peel-and-stick removable fabric wallpaper, or traditional, permanent wallpaper.
“I am so excited to bring this collection into the world, and to share these happy, spunky prints with fellow wallpaper lovers,” says Okin, who says she's been a fan of the brand for years.
Each style is available in panels of three different sizes: 2 x 4 ft. ($40), 2 x 8 ft. ($80) and 2 x 12 ft. ($120).
Buy It! Starting at $40, chasingpaper.com
1-800-Flowers x Jason Wu Collection
On June 9, flower delivery company 1-800-Flowers announced that they have teamed up with fashion powerhouse Jason Wu for a collection of bouquets inspired by his design aesthetic. The collaboration, called Jason Wu for Wild Beauty, is available now on the 1-800-Flowers website, with five different fashion-forward floral arrangements to choose from.
“Playing a role in the intimate decision of what one chooses to wear each day is such an important part of what I do,” Wu said in a press release. “To extend this concept to the graceful details people bring into their homes is an honor... Floral elements continuously inspire me and have been a consistent theme throughout my entire career. I’m thrilled to celebrate the beauty of flowers in this new and special way.”
Each bouquet features a variety of blooms, including roses, sunflowers, gerbera daisies, thistle and aster. Flowers are chosen based on the season, and come from eco-friendly, sustainable farms. Customers can choose to deliver the bouquet as-is, or in a decorative pail.
The perfect pick-me-up for the fashion-obsessed!
Buy It! Starting at $45, 1800flowers.com
The Citizenry Oaxaca Rug Collection
Inspired by the architectural details found throughout Oaxaca, Mexico, this new collection of rugs, runners and wall hangings from home decor brand The Citizenry has us feeling like we’re on a desert vacation (we’re allowed to dream!). The new products, each handwoven in Oaxaca, dropped online on April 23.
Beyond the gorgeous colorways and unique textures, we love this chic brand — also known for their pillows, bedding and other accent pieces — for their social values. Each product from The Citizenry is handmade by an artisan who gets paid a fair wage for their craft, and is made using locally sourced materials. They also give back a portion of the proceeds to all the artisans they work with. We love a rug we can feel good about!
Buy It! Starting at $175, the-citizenry.com
Plum Pretty Sugar for Blue Sky
Staying organized is a lot more fun when your planner and accessories are stylish. The new 2020-2021 line of goodies from Plum Pretty Sugar for Blue Sky — available now at Staples — look luxe despite being very affordable.
Daily, weekly and monthly planners in chic patterns and colors are available along with calendars and planning accessories like matching pens and bookmarks. Everything in the32-item range costs between $8 and $35, and is designed for the 2020 academic year, starting in July.
Buy It! Starting at $8, staples.com
Airstream x Pottery Barn Collection
The new Airstream x Pottery Barn Collection, which debuted on May 15 on potterybarn.com, is best described as “adventure-chic.” The 30-piece line was inspired by the iconic travel brand and includes everything from bedding to dinnerware to wall art.
There are chic rugs and doormats, as well as the cute pillows and dish rags embroidered with quirky sayings like “home is where you park it,” “happy camper” and “be here now.”
They're perfect for bringing on your next adventure or decorating your stationary abode!
Buy It! Starting at $12, potterybarn.com
The Home Edit x The Container Store
The celebrity organizers behind The Home Editrecently teamed back up with The Container Store for an extension of their eponymous product line, adding new organization tools that focus specifically on keeping different areas of the kitchen neat and tiny. The new products — including clear canisters, stacking bins, fridge dividers and lazy susans — launched online on May 18.
There are now a total of 50 products in the Home Edit collection, sold exclusively at The Container Store.
Buy It! New products starting at $7, containerstore.com
Society6 x The Sill Wall Art Collection
Ready to add some plants to your home, but don't have a green thumb? Good news: Home decor brand Society6 has teamed up with houseplant delivery service The Sill for a collection of wall art inspired by some of their gorgeous greenery.
Four of Society6’s most popular independent artists — Lara Lee Meintjes, Stephanie DeAngelis, Madeline Martinez and Alja Horvat — brought the collaboration to life. Each of their prints is available either framed or unframed in a variety of sizes and start at just $23.
Buy It! Starting at $23, society6.com
August & Leo by Giuliana Rancic
TV host Giuliana Rancic is a longtime lover of all things home (check out her Idaho lake house), and has just debuted her first decor line, August & Leo. The 25-piece collection, which was designed in collaboration with Rancic's friend and interior designer Lonni Paul for HSN, includes pieces like the throw ($29.95) she's wrapped in at left and the hurricane ($99.95 for 3) at right. Prices start at $19.95.
"Every single August & Leo piece is currently in my home as of two weeks ago and they have really added a layer of beauty and comfort to my space," Rancic told PEOPLE.
Buy It! Starting at $13, hsn.com
Wayfair's Kelly Clarkson Home
The Kelly Clarkson Show host teamed up with Wayfair to curate a line of 550 "French country" inspired furnishings and decor pieces — from feminine, tufted sofas in petal pink to pom-pom–bedecked bedding and antiqued vases that look straight out of a Paris flea market.
"Home has always been an incredibly special place for me. It’s my sanctuary where I unwind and spend quality time with family and now, more than ever, we are all looking to find peace and comfort in our homes with our loved ones," Clarkson said of her inspiration.
Buy It! Starting at $21, wayfair.com