10 Things On Amazon You Will Want To Buy For Your Home

Dated: March 12 2018

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Everything you never knew you needed. Shown in no particular order!



  1. These Adorable Cactus/Succulent Plant Pots


Small Ceramic Plant Pots - Perfect for holding succulents, herbs and cactus plants!


Get it on Amazon for $9.93


2. This Nifty Coffee Maker!



Makes espresso coffee in about 4 minutes!


Get on Amazon from $18.95.


3. This Organized Hair Station.



Perfect for storing your hair dryer, styling tools and hair products in one place!


Get it on Amazon from $11.05.


4. This Coffee, Books and Rain Cushion!




For anyone who enjoys curling up with a hot drink and a good novel on a rainy day!


Get it on Amazon for $8.99


5. This Neat Little Foot Hammock!



Ever get uncomfortable at your desk? Say no more!


Get it on Amazon for $11.99.


6. This LED Electric Kettle



All of its materials are BPA-Free, and its heat-tempered and stain-resistant borosilicate glass won’t crack under heat!


Get it on Amazon for $19.99.



7. This Handmade Whiskey Globe Decanter



For the Ron Swanson in all of us!


Get it on Amazon for $48.97.



8. This Makeup Organizer



Keep all your brushes, makeup and accessories all in one place!


Get it on Amazon for $10.89.


9. This Gorgeous Pet Teepee



Because your fur baby deserves the best!


Get it on Amazon for $39.99.


10. This Desktop Storage


Need more deskspace? This is perfect for storing books, organizing office supplies, and showing off cherished keepsakes!


Get it on Amazon for $29.99.

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Michelle Cantrell

Michelle is a native of Southwest Missouri and has twenty-eight years of experience in selling real estate in the greater Springfield area! Michelle specializes in all price points, including new cons....

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