Amazon’s New Decor Collabs Want to Give Your Dinner Party a Chic, Affordable Makeover

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Remember the days when Amazon just sold books? Barely. As of late, the giant retailer has been expanding its business into, well, basically everything; and now, not only does the Whole Foods–owning e-tailer have its digital arm in your grocery haul, but it's also joining home decor titans like Target and Ikea at the dinner(ware) party with its own buzzy designer collections.

First up are two exclusive collabs that will seriously upgrade your next women's circle gathering: a ceramic dinnerware collection with artist Carolina Silva's brand Dorotea (Refinery29 reported that Dorotea products have previously been available at Anthropologie) and a disposable party wares one with lifestyle blog Sugar & Cloth.

The Dorotea collab features seven products, including mugs and plates, but if you plan on nabbing one of the pieces of art that doubles as dinnerware, you may want to act fast—two of the products are already unavailable. And, though paper plates might currently conjure more images of casual backyard BBQs than elegant brunches, these Sugar & Cloth party necessities are here to change that, with items like marble paper plates and millennial pink fork sets that are perfect for serving guests vegan loaded fries.

See 6 pieces from Amazon's new home collections below.

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