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.
This handmade ash-wood coffee table was a good deal as is, and now you can get it for $200 off. I’d use the dip as a catchall so I could fill the rest with art books.
Plaid is trending for fall and looks nothing like we remember it. A monochrome wheat palette and seed-stitch texture make the pattern feel just as of the moment as gingham.
This armless chair is straight out of a Nancy Meyers film. If Meryl Streep isn’t around, a bowl of citrus will surely bring the look home.
West Elm’s cloud-esque sofa is front and center in Adrian Grenier’s Brooklyn brownstone. A clean frame and slouchy pillows make it modern while still relaxed.
Bar carts are all the rage, but have you considered a bar console? With its lengthier surface (48 inches long) you can designate half for bottles and the other half for display-worthy cocktail glasses.
Reflect On It
Polished stainless steel and angular lines evoke all the Donald Judd vibes your home is missing. Plus reflective furniture is the best trick for faking a larger space.
This graphic pattern sits somewhere between checks and polka dots. Hand-embroidered with yarn-dyed thread, the chic cover has quality on its side.
A high back gives this tuxedo sofa a more formal look; a place where you can hold a conversation as well as a glass of red wine without sinking in too deep.