An Amber Lewis–Designed Kitchen Island Is $500 Off for Anthro’s Memorial Day Sale
Plus four more of the designer’s items we’re eyeing.
Updated May 24, 2022 5:30 PM
There’s nothing better than when our favorite interior designers collaborate with a store and debut a fresh assortment of furniture and decor. One of the all-time greatest hits? Amber Lewis for Anthropologie. Just this past February, the SoCal-based designer launched her third collection for the retailer, and it was all themed around life’s simple pleasures (truly, that was the name of the line). Now as a part of the company’s Memorial Day sale, which runs today through Monday, May 30, you can snag some of her latest creations (plus a few past gems) at discounted prices.
Currently, the event features up to 30 percent off select in-stock furniture, custom pieces, and outdoor items, plus bedding, entertaining essentials, and candles. But the big drop happens on Friday, when you’ll be able to tack on an extra 40 percent off sale items. (Warning: They’re final sale.) Whether you decide to get in on the markdown fun today or this weekend, here are the five Lewis-designed finds we’ll be adding to our cart.
The Character-Rich Island
Amber Lewis for Anthropologie Garvey Kitchen Island, Anthropologie, $1,998 (was $2,498)
Why spend the typical $3,000 to $5,000 on a built-in kitchen island when you can rely on this time-tested solution: a farmhouse table. Lewis’s rustic pine version comes with two drawers for stowing spatulas and silverware and plenty of open-shelf space underneath for copper pots and porcelain bakeware.
The Solid Lighting Pick
Amber Lewis for Anthropologie Roslyn Table Lamp, Anthropologie, $198 (was $248)
A heavy ceramic table lamp is among Lewis’s go-to styling necessities for a side table or nightstand. This one’s round silhouette and wide linen shade make it substantial enough to sit on its own, but you can pair it with a small vase or wood bowl filled with palo santo if you really want to take after the designer.
The Dynamic Dining Chair
Amber Lewis for Anthropologie Caillen Dining Chair, Anthropologie, $488 (was $698)
Take $200 off this dining room chair, which is proof that oakwood pairs with more materials than just oakwood. All at once, the topstitched leather back that almost looks like it came from a football and linen-blend seat introduce a sense of sportiness and softness to the open-grain frame.
The Crisp and Cooling Sheets
Amber Lewis for Anthropologie Rose Organic Percale Sheet Set, Anthropologie, $46 – $174 (was $58 – $218)
Attention sleepers who run hot: As the temperature warms up this summer, refresh your bedding with some percale sheets (the fabric is known for its exceptional airflow and being crisp to the touch). Rather than resort to boring gray, opt for this sweet rose pattern.
The More-Than-a-Makeup Mirror
Amber Lewis for Anthropologie Garvey Mirror, Anthropologie, $278 (was $348)
The reason we instantly fell in love with the Garvey mirror this past February? It’s tall enough (42 inches to be exact) for you to do a double take on your wardrobe, not just your face, before you head out the door. In other words, the scalloped pick is an entryway essential.