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There’s nothing more thrilling than landing on the perfect dresser, sofa, planter, or silverware and finding out that—score!—it won’t break the bank. But that chase takes work. Thankfully we’ve scoured the Internet for you to unearth the best deals of the week.

Shine On

I’ve been eyeing West Elm’s vintage-inspired Foundations collection for quite some time. Reminiscent of Georg Jensen, these polished-nickel vessels are timeless.

Some Like It Hot

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Stagg EKG Electric Kettle by FELLOW, Nordstrom ($120 was $169)

You can control the exact temperature on this Scandi-chic electric kettle. And if that doesn’t make you feel like a barista, the precision-pour spout will. Plus it will look pretty on your counter.


A Soft Touch

Guilford Cobalt Woven Cotton Rug, Annie Selke ($8-$1,124, was $12-$1,606)

We love a good collab, and the one between Annie Selke and West Coast designer Mark D. Sikes is no exception. If this handwoven gingham rug were the only thing in a room, it would be enough. 

Light My Fire

Everyone looks better in candlelight—it’s just a fact of life. Take advantage with a modern candelabra that doesn’t scream “grandma.” Each of these is certifiably chic, and both are on sale. 

On a Roll

B/Y Ulisse 28″ Expandable Spinner Luggage by Bric’s, Neiman Marcus ($134 was $358)

The only thing that makes traveling again even more exciting is rolling a brand-new bag. And at 28 inches tall, this one means you can actually fit that one more pair of sandals.

Wheel of Fortune

Anthropologie is known for its more rustic tableware, but the Durango line takes the handmade look to the next level—hello, free-form splatters! 


Keep It Short

Warmup 10″ Short, Outdoor Voices ($29 was $58)

Biker shorts are here to stay. This pair is so comfy that I ordered it in two additional colors. I wear them while running miles and errands. 

Hot Seat

Lucinda Terracotta Stacking Chair, CB2 ($85 was $100)

This chair is a popular pick among New York City restaurants, and in a new terracotta hue, it will be just as admired around your dining table.  

Holy Wine

Perforated Bin, Hay ($38 was $45)

Hay’s wine-hued waste basket is so chic it would almost feel wrong to throw trash in it. (I said almost!) But for when you do, perforated, powder-coated metal means that it’s easy to clean.