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Our holiday plans have been derailed by what is quite possibly Anthropologie’s best sale yet. For this weekend only, the fashion-forward retailer is offering an extra 50 percent off all sale items. To save you the time of scouring the sale yourself, we took an intense deep dive into the discounts and came out with a cart rich with treasures.

Anthropologie may be known for its playful serving dishes and fringed throw pillows, but in the middle of our deal-hunting endeavors, we discovered a whole new world of oddities just waiting to be snatched up. In some cases, it was the attention to detail and unexpected embellishments that won us over. In others, it was a series of shocking revelations: Has Anthropologie always sold vases that are the same height as a small child? Will horseshoe tassels replace the pom-pom? What’s my security code again?

These are the six best-kept secrets hiding out in Anthropologies’ sale rack. Psst: The final price will be reflected in your cart.


A Mid-Century-Inspired Perch

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Jack Leather Chair, Anthropologie, $600 (was $798)

Armchairs are the unsung heroes of living rooms. Meet the protagonist to your happy ending.

A Shag Rug to Sink Your Toes Into

Hand-Knotted Pathway Rug, Anthropologie, $180–$1,200 (was $298 – $2,000)

Shag rugs are at the top of our tactile agenda this year. This furry fellow will make cool nights a lot cozier. 

Woven Statement Lighting

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Agnes Pendant, Anthropologie, $400 (was $598)

Leanne Ford isn’t the only one around here who’s a big fan of basket lights. Check two tasks off at once with a fixture that exudes light and texture.

Bedding with Intricate Borders

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Tasseled Pierre Sheet Set, Anthropologie, $120 (was $198)

Horseshoe tassels offer a subtle reminder that you’re nearing the edge of the pillow.


Gallery-Worthy Sculptures

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Abra Decorative Object, Anthropologie, $340–$50 (was $58 –$68)

These hand-carved art objects will make for a Picasso-approved vignette on a mantel or console table.

A Perfectly Imperfect Farmhouse Pitcher

Keegan Pitcher, Anthropologie, $20 (was $28)

We’re suddenly parched for an ice-cold glass of lemonade. If only we had a vessel with which to quench our thirst…

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