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Goodbye 2017, hello sales! Now that the holidays are (almost) said and done, we’re heading into 2018 with serious discounts on our mind. And there’s no better place to start our post-Christmas binge than at Anthropologie, considering the retailer just launched their Winter Tag Sale. For a limited time, Anthro addicts and candle hoarders alike can take an extra 30 percent off all sale items (discount taken at checkout). From Deco-inspired bedding to gilded kitchen essentials, 2018 is shaping out to be the chicest (and most affordable) year yet. Ahead, everything we’ll be snagging from their seasonal sale.

Zebras, Cheetahs, & Cockatoos Mural, $179.95 (was $298.00)

We’re constantly seeking new and unexpected ways to bring the ease of the outdoors in. Designed by horticulturist-turned-painter Michelle Morin, this vibrant, storybook-inspired piece is the large-scale art any adventure seeker’s living room needs. Rethink a traditional

gallery wall

with this massive mural.

Wonderland Vase, $39.95 – $59.95 (was $38.00 – $98.00)

Come 2018, one-note vases will surely be a thing of the past. Stash wintry blooms in this scenic option that was likely inspired by the French countryside. We definitely approve of this whimsical find.

Captured Agate Knob, $14.95 (was $20.00 – $28.00)

The high-design (low-committal) decor hack you haven’t thought of yet? A simple knob swap. Give your cabinets the gift of a subtle refresh by installing these dynamic knobs for a style-focused revamp.

Maila Flatware, $39.95 (was $58.00)

A stylish place setting will take any New Year fete far. Elevate an unassuming tablescape with Gatsby-worthy flatware, like this five-piece set that boasts an alluring, mother-of-pearl motif at its tail. And given their fairly straightforward design, they’ll fit right in with your existing utensils.

Papunya Euro Sham, $39.95 (was $58.00)

What better way to celebrate Art Deco’s 21st-century return than in the bedroom? This moody sham perfectly captures the glamour of the era with its luxe, geometric pattern and and jewel-toned palette.

Reactive Measuring Cups, $29.95 (was $48.00)

Bake off the beaten path with these glazed measuring cups that encourage an organic cooking sesh, thanks to their free-flowing shape and vibrant interior. Even the most inexperienced of cooks will feel like a pro with this sophisticated set by their side.

Bushwick Mirrored Shelf, $129.95 (was $198.00)

Small-space dwellers will appreciate this multifunctional, mid-century-inspired shelf—especially if their New Year’s resolution is to get the entryway in order. Thanks to this stylish storage hack, you can hang and stash your daily gear to your heart’s content.

Reactive Casserole Dish With Lid, $49.95 (was $78.00)

Much like a just-lit fire, colorful cookware helps warm the home right up when the snow begins to fall outside. Combat chilly temps with a homemade casserole and this vibrant dish, which comes in under $50.

Twilight Sugar Pot, $12.95 (was $18.00)

Never wonder which jar you placed the sugar in again. We’re all for the ease and understanding that this transparent pot brings with it to the kitchen.

Copper Cone Pendant, $99.95 (was $128.00)

In need of a proper focal point? Cue this stellar light fixture to the rescue. Add industrial intrigue to an empty corner or switch up your already-crowded reading nook with this too-cool, copper pendant. For a more modern look, hang two side by side at different heights.

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