Shinola X Crate & Barrel Have Teamed Up To Release A Homeware Collection That’s Equal Parts Stylish and Classic

Shinola X Crate & Barrel Collection
Courtesy of Crate & Barrel

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One of our favorite brands is pairing up with another one of our favorite retailers — and we are so here for it. You guys, something really great is happening here. Shinola and Crate & Barrel have joined forces to create a new homeware line. And with just a scroll through the pics, you can instantly see that every piece was designed for the chic and sophisticated customer who loves classic and minimalistic styling.

The Shinola for Crate & Barrel collection, released on Wednesday, August 18, is chock-full of furniture, lighting, and decor for the bedroom, office, and beyond. All in all, there are 115 items in the collection, showcasing the clean and modern design aspects we always expect to see from Shinola.

If you’re not familiar, Shinola is an uber-trendy Detroit-based, made-in-the-USA company best known for its watches and leather goods. As longtime fans of Shinola, it’s been quite exciting to witness their recent growth. The brand has been steadily upping its game. In July 2021, Shinola released the first Shinola eyewear collection, which was most certainly a hit with fans of the brand who have become accustomed to the high-quality craftsmanship of their products.

This new foray into the homeware space offers that same high quality with a more relaxed vibe. With a price range of $24-$4,299, items on the lower end of the spectrum could help make Shinola a bit more accessible than it has been in the past. While we love Shinola watches, they aren’t super affordable.

The Shinola for Crate & Barrel Collection will be available exclusively at Crate & Barrel starting August 18. Find the pieces online at or in-store at select stores across the U.S. The full Shinola for Crate & Barrel collection can be found here.

Check out some of our favorite items from the Shinola for Crate & Barrel below.


Shinola Runwell Jumbo Steak Knives, Set of 4

How attractive is this set of exclusive Shinola Runwell steak knives? Crafted in four shades of rich wood, accented with copper rivets, each features razor-sharp blades of German stainless steel. They’re both rustic and classic at the same time, offering effortlessly chic vibes for your kitchen or tabletop.

Shinola Runwell Jumbo Steak Knives, Set of 4 Courtesy of Crate & Barrel


Shinola Utility Black Wood Wall Sconce

Give your wall texture and ambiance with this wood wall sconce. Offered in two shades, black and natural, off offers warm indirect lighting to any wall or space. This exclusive product offers a great way to add ambient lighting to your hallways, bedrooms, or living room.

Shinola Utility Black Wood Wall Sconce Courtesy of Crate & Barrel



Shinola Michigan 18″ Navy Embroidered Pillow

Warm up any sofa, chaise, or bed with this embroidered throw pillow. Designed with rich hues of navy, cream, and chocolate, this geometrically designed piece will instantly add texture and minimalistic color to any space. This exclusive pillow allows you to choose between a feather-down or down alternative insert.


Shinola Michigan 18" Navy Embroidered Pillow Courtesy of Crate & Barrel


Shinola Hotel Bed with Panel Nightstands

If you enjoy the cozy feel and design of modern hotel rooms, you’re going to love this. This design, notably inspired by furnishings found in Detroit’s Shinola Hotel, offers functionality while providing ultimate luxury. Designed with solid white oak, this bend and nightstand panel set features ivory fabric upholstery on the headboard with corners trimmed in brown leather. The dual nightstands come with sconces that provide warm lighting with drawers on each panel. No detail was left out of this construction — there’s even a power outlet with USB ports to charge devices as needed.

Shinola Hotel Bed with Panel Nightstands Courtesy of Crate & Barrel


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