As editors, we spend a ton of time looking at the newest décor collections, running from one season launch to another. It also takes an impressive level of restraint not to purchase every new thing we love or redecorate every two months. And while there are some things we absolutely must pull the trigger on, others are better left in our virtual carts or suggested to friends who have the space and the budget to realize all our wildest decorating fantasies.
So this month, we thought we'd share with you all the best new décor items that crossed our desks, caught our eyes, or better yet, ended up in our homes. From black marble nesting tables to double-decker mod planters, you won't be disappointed—there is a little something in here for everyone whether you're looking for a new sofa, new glassware, or you're on the hunt for a good vintage piece. Without further delay, here are the best décor items for July 2018.
"I've been determined to get more use out of my backyard this summer, so outdoor décor has been top of mind for me recently. I love this two-tiered plant stand from Anthropologie that would look chic inside or outside."
"These luxe velvet pillow covers are just the thing for a quick and affordable design refresh. Swap out your current pillows for these to instantly update your couch or bedding décor."
CB2's newest collection is really good—and one of my favorite new products of theirs is this white leather sling counter stools with Ashwood legs. The design feels very Scandinavian and lends itself well to small spaces."
"Otherland candles recently released its summer collection, which includes a Matchpoint candle with fresh notes of cut grass and cucumber. Anyone who knows me is aware I'm a sucker for anything tennis related, so naturally, I'm adding this one to my candle collection."
"I recently discovered Greenery NYC, which sells a wide array of plants and matches them with over 15 really pretty planter options, which makes buying plants so much easier. The plant I'm eyeing right now is their Pilea Peperomioides in a white speckled planter."
"CB2 is always the first place I look for affordable bathroom accessories that look expensive. Shopping the whole collection will bring a sense of cohesion and style to an outdated or bare bathroom while also keeping things organized and neat. This new black marble set is particularly sleek."
"It's really hard to find to well-curated, one-of-a-kind vintage furniture that's in great condition, but Coming Soon NYC makes it looks easy. It always finds these gorgeous, bold, eccentric statement pieces, but I usually check out its selection for fun and inspiration. I was excited to stumble across this accent chair since it also happens to be affordable, which is rare."
"I'm so obsessed with this new sofa from CB2. The texture, the color, the shape—it would look so cool in any space and is just the right size to fit in a small-ish apartment too. It has a really vintage look with a contemporary feel. It's so chic, but it looks comfortable too. Bonus points!"
"I'm always looking for new planters to house my growing cactus and succulent collection. This black-and-white piece is clean and minimal, blending right in with my current décor, which I love."
"I've been looking for a stylish way to add extra storage to my bedroom, and I love the Culla bench from Article. Unlike most storage benches, it features actual drawers underneath the seating area instead of a large, clunky cushion that opens on top. It's stylish and functional."
"I was a big fan of West Elm's sleek, modern aesthetic in 2017, and I'm so glad to see the brand has revisited that style with its latest products. This set of marble nesting tables is a standout. Designed like pieces of a puzzle, they overlap to create a single nested side table or can be styled side by side to form a coffee table."
"I discovered these at the Food52 holiday preview and made a mental note to add them to my registry one day. The set is certainly an investment at $530, but the quality and design mean it'll last for decades."
"I need a new glass and carafe to keep on my desk at work, and this sepia-tone set is the perfect update for fall. It looks so much more expensive than it actually is."