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10 Under-$50 Picks From Anthropologie’s Latest Sale

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If you didn’t manage to swipe up everything you had your eye on over Black Friday weekend, never fear: Thanks to Anthropologie, the deals are continuing, and they’re even better than you could imagine. Right now, the site is offering an extra 40 percent off on sale items, including plenty of furniture and home goods—so basically, you can snag some major buys that cost virtually half of what they originally did.

As the holiday season has quickly begun, now is a popular time to host home guests, whether you’re throwing a soiree or having family over for a few nights. You may have already strategized your decorations, but now is a great opportunity to upgrade some of your year-round decor too. We’re taking advantage of this Anthropologie sale to find under-$50 picks that have a major impact without blowing your budget.

Need some inspiration? Shop our edit below—and fill your cart fast because stock sells out!

This affordable accent mirror makes any room feel magical.

We’ll say cheers to a fancy, under-$10 highball glass.

The one thing you need to give any room in your home an instant dose of hygge.

A simple earth-toned vessel looks lovely with different floral additions all year.

Your cocktail hour never looked so luxe.

A stand worthy of your most famous holiday pie.

Upgrade an old dresser without spending a fortune.

Reusable napkins never looked so sweet.

Behold a serving bowl that has a place for olives and their discarded pits.

The combination of gold and rattan gives these serving tools a subtle boho touch.

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Rebecca Deczynski


Rebecca is most often found digging through troves of vintage treasures, both in-person and online. Ask her to recommend a good book to read or an obscure Instagram account to follow, and you won’t be disappointed.