9 Home Decor Brands You Need to Know

The coolest, newest, and best of the best in home decor

Updated 09/21/18

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When looking for home decor, there are those foolproof, better with every season home brands that continue as our old faithfuls whenever we feel like switching things up. A few of our perennial favorites: We love CB2 (great price points), Food52 (they're curated selection is everything and anything we could possible want in our home) and ABC Home (modern but with a bit of an organic twist). For the boho couple: Cost Plus World Market (actually amazing price-points and vintage-inspired finds), and Anthropologie (because, of course). For classics: Williams-Sonoma Home or Pottery Barn are no brainers.

But as much as we love our go-tos, it's always fun to discover smaller, innovative companies that are shaking things up with fresh designs and ideas to cleanse our aesthetic palette.

So to help keep you abreast of the coolest new home decor brands, here are some of our favorites to get you seriously inspired.

01 of 09

Slash Objects

Photo courtesy of Slash Objects

Slash Objects is minimalist and thoughtful, with a focus on creating goods that last and are made of recycled materials. From their bio: "The Slash Objects line integrates the use of an industrial material made of post consumer recycled rubber." Sure this mirror is $250, but it may be one of the chicest mirrors we've ever seen. And the rest of their designs follow suit!

SHOP NOW: Slash Objects, $250

02 of 09

Dassie Artisan

Photo Courtesy of Dassie Artisans

Not only does Dassie Artisan have the prettiest selections of homegoods, they also help fight poverty. Their products are ethically produced with a touch of rustic minimalism, and are all handmade by talented artisans using traditional skills passed down through generations.

SHOP NOW: Dassie Artisan, $37.26

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Fredericks and Mae

Photo Courtesy of Frederick's and Mae

This design duo creates things that are just straight up FUN. Playing cards that span the rainbow, watercolor and chalk packs in beautiful and creative designs—and all of their packaging is fresh and modern.

SHOP NOW: Fredericks and Mae, $18

04 of 09

Article

Article's furniture is direct to consumer, taking out the middlemen for a straightforward business model with excellent customer service. Besides all that, their furniture is just straight up beautiful, clean and streamlined silhouettes—we want pretty much all of it in our apartments, STAT.

SHOP NOW: Article, $549

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Spartan Shop

Photo Courtesy of Spartan Shop

Spartan Shop is carefully curated, and it shows. Every piece is standalone beautiful and brings to mind the William Morris quote: “Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.”

SHOP NOW: Spartan Shop, Starting at $52

06 of 09

Pretti Cool

As the name suggests, everything in said shop is pretty cool. We're really into all the concrete pieces in different colors, and of course this pink trivet is life.

SHOP NOW: Pretti Cool, $21

07 of 09

Good Thing

Manufacturers of everyday objects, Good Thing manages to deliver products that will make you say things like—for the first time in your life—"I'm obsessed with that dustpan" and mean it.

SHOP NOW: Good Thing, $29

08 of 09

Norden Goods

The husband-wife team at Norden Goods creates beautiful ceramics, textiles, and home fragrances (with the cutest packaging, may we add). We especially love their white speckled dinnerware (pictured).

SHOP NOW: Norden Goods, $40+

09 of 09

Otherland

Finding that there was a disconnect between candles that were pretty enough to display but weren't too expensive to light every night (because a glass of wine by candlelight is the best way to unwind after a long day, duh), founder Abigail Cook Stone created this beautiful (and yummy) line of candles that burn for 55 hours.

SHOP NOW: Otherland, $36

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