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5 furniture and decor brands to check out this fall


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Does a new season make you crave a home refresh? If so, you’re in luck. There have been several exciting furniture and decor launches recently—with a few more dropping this fall—and we’ve rounded up below so you don’t miss a thing. From affordable midcentury style to design-forward goods you can shop right on Amazon, there’s a lot to check out in these coming months. Let’s get to it.

Target’s Project 62


What is it: Target’s new home brand offering midcentury-inspired furniture and decor, with a special emphasis on flexible items for small spaces. The 1,200-piece line, which will be refreshed seasonally, includes everything from accent chairs and side tables to throw pillows, rugs, and bedding.

Price range: $2.99 to $99.99 for decor, tabletop, and throw pillows; $16.99 to $699.99 for bedding and furniture.

How to shop: Project 62 arrives online at on September 16 and in stores on September 19.

Hay Kitchen Market

MoMA Design Store

What is it: A 250-piece collection of irresistible modern kitchen essentials from Danish design brand Hay and Copenhagen-based chef Frederik Bille Brahe. Expect enamel dishes, ceramic mugs, pots, silverware, cutting boards, and more in punchy reds, yellows, and greens, not to mention silver and gold.

Price range: $4 to $149.

How to shop: Now available at MoMA Design Store Soho in New York City—select items can be found at the online store. The collection will also make its debuts in Oslo, Paris, London, and Copenhagen soon, before dropping in all Hay stores in Europe on November 1.


What is it: A premium lifestyle brand from the H&M group (which also owns H&M, COS, & Other Stories, to name a few), focusing on durable, functional staples. The home section comprises kitchen essentials, serveware, cleaning tools, and decor.

Price range: Around $2 to $290.

How to shop: The online store is now open but only ships to 18 European countries so far. Arket’s first physical store, a flagship on London’s Regent Street, is now open, and will be followed by stores in Brussels, Copenhagen, and Munich.


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What is it: A HomeGoods sister store now launching in the U.S. (The parent company, TJX Companies, had already been operating a very similarly named chain, HomeSense, in Canada and the U.K. for years.) Compared to HomeGoods, Homesense will offer a larger selection of furniture, lighting, and art, plus a new focus on home improvement essentials. Stores will also adopt more of a showroom feel.

Price range: Varies.

How to shop: The first U.S. store is now open in Framingham, Massachusetts. According to the Store Locator, the next two locations will be in East Hanover, New Jersey (opening September 7) and Ocean, New Jersey (opening in October). Stay tuned.

The Novogratz on Amazon

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What is it: An Amazon “boutique” curated by design power couple Cortney and Robert Novogratz, featuring their own products as well as picks from across the e-commerce site. The 150-item shop goes after a budget-friendly modern style, and includes sofas, beds, rugs, lighting, wall decor, and more.

Price range: Around $20 to $130 for decor and lighting; $60 to $600 for furniture.

How to shop: The online boutique is up and running here.

Want even more shopping inspiration? Check out Curbed’s interactive Home Shopping Guide.