The Mid-Range Furniture Sale Worth Shopping Right Now
Article’s design-forward furnishings won’t cost you a fortune.
Published Feb 20, 2018 6:00 PM
On the hunt for chic, affordable furniture? While President’s Day has officially come and gone, the stellar savings that follow suit go on. One of our favorite under-the-radar, mid-range furniture brands, Article, is extending their holiday sale through February 25. Meaning, deal-hunters and minimalists alike have an extra week to snag the brand’s elevated home essentials at a serious discount (up to 40-percent off select items!).
Loved for their simply-designed, thoughtfully-crafted pieces—ranging from mod sectional sofas to plush armchairs to industrial pendant lights—the Vancouver-based company’s streamlined selection is as refreshing and fuss-free as their shopping process (larger items ship for a flat fee of $49 and often take just mere minutes to assemble). Here, our favorite newly discounted pieces from the sale.
Pender Blush Pink Chair, $399 (was $599)
We’re not over the millennial pink movement just yet. For added everyday elegance, this ultra-mod, velvet piece gets the job done. Trust us, you can still feel good about embracing this ubiquitous soft pink hue—especially when it comes in the form of a luxe armchair.
Gira Gold Floor Lamp, $99 (was $149)
No inspired reading nook is complete without a chic floor lamp to shed a little light. We’re loving the striking, metallic finish and edgy aura presented by this statement-worthy floor piece. Not to mention, the slim fixture is easily adjustable and can effortlessly slide behind any sleek sofa or lounge chair when needed.
Puffa Throw and Pillow Set, $89 (was $119)
Craving a serene surface to rest your head? A two-toned vision in gray, this quilted throw set—which includes two pillows and one blanket—is calm and cozy at its finest. Your afternoon naps just got a whole lot chicer.
Dot Malibu Aqua Dining Chair, $59 (was $69)
A functional, yet playful pick for a bland outdoor dining area or indoor breakfast nook, Article’s Dot dining chairs (made from recycled polypropylene) offer an affordable way to spice up your seating arrangement. Available in an array of fresh colors, including Aqua, Citrus Green, and Tanga Orange, the stackable accent chairs promise to lend a contemporary appeal to any dining space, without breaking your budget.
Burrard Seasalt Gray Sofa, $899 (was $1,149)
A well-designed home starts with getting the basics right. Though you should never skimp on your sofa, it doesn’t hurt when your dream couch is on super sale. A timeless piece you and your home will grow with even as time passes, this mid-century-inspired sofa is a minimalist’s dream. Plus, once it arrives at your doorstep, this apartment-friendly find only takes five minutes to assemble.
Helix Turquoise Gray Basket, $39 (was $59)
Is your entryway lacking a stylish storage solution? Cue chic baskets to the rescue. Of all the pretty catch-alls, handwoven baskets—like this boho option that features delightful pops of turquoise—offer a chic home for miscellaneous goods.
Whyr Oak Side Table, $149 (was ($199)
Small-space dwellers, consider this side table the answer your tiny living room has been searching for. Whether left to stand beside the bed or hug the arm of the living room sofa, this versatile piece can quickly adapt to any surrounding, given its flexible design.
Embrace Moss Green Chair, $599 (was $699)
A visual, velvet treat for an otherwise boring room, this refined lounge chair is sure to bring an air of sophistication to any space it graces—and thanks to its natural curvature, a sense of softness and shape, too. While we’re here for this muted green, the piece is available at a discounted price in a moody violet and abruptly black iteration as well.
Mira Rectangular Coffee Table, $139 (was $199)
Note to self: A versatile table—er, bench?—will take any hard-to-design space far. While dubbed “coffee table,” this semi-industrial piece knows no bounds. Stash it at the foot of your bed, make it the focal point in your living room, or utilize it as a bonus surface in the entryway.
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