I’m still loving the quiet luxury trend – here’s what I am shopping at Wayfair to get the look

The quiet luxury trend couldn't be easier to replicate at home with Wayfair – here are my 12 favorite pieces

wayfair way day quiet luxury
(Image credit: Wayfair)

Taking over fashion trends for the best part of the past year, the 'quiet luxury' trend is one with real legs. It has a timeless appeal and is defined by real, quality materials that will stand the test of time. 

That mentality makes shopping for the quiet luxury trend so rewarding: essentially you're investing in pieces that will go the long haul, avoiding re-buying or shopping fads that will no doubt date your home. So a budget-friendly, quiet luxury edit should tick even more boxes, right? I certainly think so.

Wayfair has a whole host of serene and sophisticated pieces that I'm coveting to help deck out my home for less. Here, I run through my favorite pieces and how to shop at Wayfair like a style editor.

How To Shop The Quiet Luxury Trend At Wayfair

Shopping on Wayfair can be quite overwhelming, there are so many products to choose from, so the safest strategy (for your wallet and your mind) is to look at shopping with tunnel vision. You can filter every category on Wayfair by interior design style, making it much easier to weed out the more maximalist pieces and land in a more curated edit.

Speaking of which, here are my 12 favorite items on Wayfair right now that will help you achieve a quiet luxury aesthetic with pieces that exude opulence through subtlety, focusing on quality materials, craftsmanship, and thoughtful detailing.

Whether you're looking for super soft, swivel boucle chairs or decorative pieces like faux plants, large area rugs or lighting, these Wayfair picks might look expensive, but they're certainly easier on the purse strings. 

Charlotte Olby
Content Editor

Charlotte is content editor at Homes and Gardens, having joined the team the week before Christmas 2023. Following a 5 year career in Fashion, she found herself working at many women's glossy magazines including: Grazia, Stylist and Hello and most recently working as Interiors Editor for British heritage department store Liberty. Her role at H&G fuses her love of style with Charlotte's passion for interior design, and she is currently undergoing her second home renovation in Surrey - you can follow her journey over on @olbyhome