Why bother with IKEA when you get free shipping AND free returns from Amazon’s new furniture brands?
IKEA? What’s that?? No, I love IKEA just as much as the next person, but it was only a matter of time until something better came along. And make no mistake, Amazon’s two new furniture brands are going to shake up the industry, big time. The Stone & Beam and Rivet brands were launched earlier this month and they make an unbeatable proposition, offering high-quality furniture at great prices with free shipping no matter what you order, whether it’s a tiny little lamp or a giant sectional sofa. But wait, it gets better. You can keep the furniture or home goods for 30 days and if for any reason you don’t like the product or products you bought, you can return it for free. That’s right — you can return a giant 120-inch sofa for free.
Stone & Beam is the higher-end brand, with high-quality products that feature classic designs at a fraction of what you'd pay elsewhere. Check out the Stone & Beam landing page right here, and you'll find a few of our favorite pieces below.
Then there's Rivet, which features a wide range of products with mid-century modern inspired designs. Rivet pieces generally have trendy designs as opposed to the more sophisticated look of Stone & Beam pieces, but both brands offer great quality and unbeatable value. Would you expect anything less from Amazon? The Rivet landing page is right here, and a few examples from the Rivet catalog can be seen below.
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