There’s nothing more thrilling than landing on the perfect dresser, sofa, planter, or silverware and finding out that—score!—it won’t break the bank. But that chase takes work. Thankfully we’ve scoured the Internet for you to unearth the best deals of the week.
There’s something endearing about a mini lamp, and &Tradition’s is dimmable, chargeable, and twenty-four bucks off.
I knew this outdoor coffee table was a winner, but seeing it in person recently sealed the deal. The iron legs feel very vintage, and the rattan is conveniently reinforced in resin for easy upkeep.
Do your scissors spark joy? If not, Hay’s geometric shears are a favorite among Domino editors, and are now nearly the same price as any old pair.
Affordable art (that looks expensive) is hard to come by, and the rough texture of remnant textiles is sure to add dimension to your gallery wall.
These groovy taper holders are basically functional sculptures for your tabletop, and they’d look even cooler with colored wax candles.
Edie Parker x Anthropologie’s buzzy collab serves colorful games and sporting goods so cute they would actually get me on a soccer field. Bonus: For the weekend of 7/23, they’re offering an additional 40% off sale.
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It’s never too early to prepare for soup season. But, chilly weather aside, this is the kind of pot you keep on the stove year-round—because it looks that chic.
Nothing says “summer” quite like woven furniture. From a Marni Market-esque statement seat to a Mexican-meets-retro perch (which also comes in an on-sale loveseat version), West Elm isn’t messing around.
The Theragun is like a magic wand for tight muscles. While even on sale it may feel like an investment, think about all the money you’ll save skipping massages.
With a deal like this—they’re $5 per napkin in a set—now is the time to load up on your linens. The delicate, double hemstitch takes these from basic to luxe.
Whether you’re going for a full set or a one-off, saving $150 on the chair of the moment is a deal you won’t want to pass.
The Outlet section of Shop Horne is filled with timeless scores, including Louis Poulsen’s iconic pendant lamp featured in all our favorite home tours.