6 Pinterest-approved homewares brands to recreate your mood board

Posted: 9 May 2021 10:32 am
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If you take one thing away from this article it is to burn the "Live, Laugh, Love" sign. Burn it.

If you're like me and have become obsessed with creating your dream home aesthetic on Pinterest then listen up, lads and ladies because I have a treat for you.

No longer shall I scroll hole dreaming and wishing to own such beauty. I've gone into the deep depths of the Internet to find you six sites to shop Pinterest-approved homewares and decor. Grab your wallets, it's time to level up our aesthetic.

1. Etsy

If you haven't used Etsy for all your home decor needs then get on it. The price point is super affordable across a range of trendy home items. Think crystals, uniquely shaped candles and those irregular mirrors that you're seeing everywhere. Also, a lot of the sellers aren't major brands but side-hustle sellers and we're all about supporting small businesses.

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Image sources: Etsy Instagram

2. Amazon

Not a brand that might pop immediately into your head when thinking "cute interiors" but hear me out. When you actually look for specific items that you're after, Amazon has an impressive range of home interiors for really good prices. That sunset lamp that gives the opening scene of The Lion King a run for its money? Sorted for $25.

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Image sources: Pinterest

3. The Sheet Society

It's not a Pinterest home without some linens. It's simply not.

I've personally tested out the sheets from The Sheet Society and let me tell you, they're worth every penny. I was once a Target sheets kind of gal but once you go boujee bedding, you never go back.

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Image sources: The Sheet Society Instagram

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While some typo items may err on the side of cheesy, the brand does stock some pretty cool items. If you take the time to dig through the site you can pick up some pretty nifty picks like record players, adorable kitchenware and wall art.

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Image sources: Typo Instagram

5. Facebook Marketplace

If you haven't been using Facebook Marketplace then jump on my magic carpet cause you're about to see a whole new world.

The vintage, quirky and simply cool homewares you find on Marketplace are 10/10. From rattan dining chairs to corduroy couches, there is stuff you didn't even know you needed or wanted for incredible prices. A lot of sellers are pretty open to negotiating too, so be sure to flex those negotiating skills.

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6. Bed Threads

Now don't let the name fool you. Even though Bed Threads stocks some pretty nifty linens (and as you know, big ol' fan of linens here), the brand also has an array of homewares and decor. The intricate vases and inspiring kitchenware really are the stuff straight from your Pinterest feed.

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Image sources: Bed Threads Instagram

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