You've scrolled every site known to man, both in the U.S. and abroad. You've wandered every store — twice — and you still can't find the bed frame that makes you go, "Holy shiplap! That's just like the one Joanna Gaines posted!" We get it. That's why we were psyched to hear that Amazon's launching not one but two new furniture lines.
There's , with a cozy, modern farmhouse look that will speak to the souls of any Fixer Upper fanatic. And if rustic-ish isn't your thing, Amazon's other launch, , skews more Nate Berkus, mid-century modern.
After scouring both sets, these are the items we want to Prime ASAP.
This sturdy oak table looks like it should cost three times as much as it does. Plus, since it expands from 78" to 96" when you add the leaf, you can fit everyone at your table, including the aunt who loves to ask why you don't have kids yet (lucky you!).
Everybody goes for sisal or faux-vintage Persian rugs. Freshen up your living room with a geometric print that's intriguing, not distracting.
Get the shape of a cathedral window with the function of an actual mirror (and without having to awkwardly sweep between the panes and the wall every other week).
Brass pendants have been played out. This concrete number's a striking twist on the minimalist look. Plus, when you order, you can also tack on professional installation for an added fee. Talk about one-stop shopping.
When you've pinned Gray Malin prints for years but can't quite splurge on Gray Malin prices, we've found your perfect alternative. This aerial shot of the Mediterranean will have you dreaming of vacation, all day, errrryday.
Most modern chairs are sexy ... until you sit in them. This one looks like art, but the h velvet cushions ensure you'll actually want to sit and stay a while.
Your room will glow even when the switch is off, thanks to this shimmering rose gold shade. It's a fresh take on a classic shape.
Farmhouse fans, we've found your dream bed. Its oak veneer warms up a neutral space, and the high headboard is the kind of statement-maker that lets you get away with going low-key on the rest of the room's decor.
Break up with bulky, square end tables — enough living room furniture falls into that boxy category already — with this sleek, round table.
You'd swear this is a $3,000+ number from Pottery Barn or Restoration Hardware. It's your call whether you reveal your TRUE source. It comes assembled; you just have to screw on the legs.