Whether you’re looking to spruce up your dinner set or planning on renovating your living room, Amazon Prime Day is perfect for getting hold of all the products that’ll help make your house a little more inviting.
It’s no secret that Amazon has been stepping up its game in the home department. Not only does the online retailer have a number of brands that sell everything from kitchen supplies to furniture, but it has also been acquiring companies left and right to add to its arsenal of products.
As the company continues to grow, this year’s Prime Day is going to be even bigger and better. But what’s on sale? Here’s a look at some of the brands making an appearance at this year’s Prime Day event:
This home brand has become a favorite of Amazon customers for its not-so-basic items. Not only does this brand specialize in affordable home products that are made to last (like Alexa enabled smart outlets for around $15), but the company also makes sure to keep its prices low. This means that if you’re looking for a storage ottoman or a stoneware dinner set, AmazonBasics is a great place to start your search.
Novogratz is known for its modern products that can be used in almost any home, whether the style is utilitarian or contemporary. This brand offers an enormous selection of different types of furniture too, so you can almost certainly find something perfectly fitting your needs, like this memory foam sofa bed for $364 (save 40%).
As an eco-friendly brand that offers organic bedding made from 100% certified-organic cotton, Brooklinen’s products are perfect for people who want to sleep soundly without worrying about their impact on the environment. They have an impressive selection of starter sheet sets (20% off) and hotel-like pillow covers (20% off), and they also offer blankets and throws for keeping you warm during colder nights.
William Sonoma has been making cookware, bakeware, and other kitchen essentials since 1956, so if you’re looking for some new tools or cookware for your home’s kitchen this might be the place to start! You can find their classic kitchen towels or amazon.com/Williams-Sonoma-Kitchen-Oven-Mitt-Navy/dp/B07F3C899S?keywords=Williams-Sonoma&qid=1657552843&sr=8-11&linkCode=ll1&tag=avmondeals-20&linkId=49771c4fbc2af09cf93885645748a8d1&language=en_US&ref_=as_li_ss_tl”>quilted oven mitt for just over $20 each.
Combining practicality with Japanese design aesthetics, Yamazaki provides a fresh take on storage solutions by offering different shoe racks for $30, coat racks, cable management boxes for $40, and laundry hampers.
Looking for rugs or furniture with a more contemporary flair? Safavieh is a home brand that’s worth splurging on during Amazon’s summer sale. They offer a huge selection of rugs as much as 70% off, centerpieces, and coffee tables so you can find the perfect item to adorn your home.
Tips for Scoring the Biggest Home Deals on Prime Day
Follow these tips and tricks to find some of the best home deals on Prime Day:
- Make a list of what you want to buy and stick to it.
- If you aren’t an Amazon Prime member, you’ll need to purchase an Amazon Prime membership so that you can take advantage of all of the special offers and deep discounts.
- Shop around for the best deals on products before making a purchase, and don’t forget to use some price estimation tools like Camelcamelcamel and Unicorn Smasher.
- Try to grab lightning deals, early prime day deals, and deals of the day to get your favorite products at mind-blowing discounts.
With Prime Day finally here, there will be plenty of home brands and appliances to consider, letting you get almost everything you need to spruce up your home and save some money in the process. And don’t forget to check out some other major retailers that might try to cash in on the festivities!
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