Stop What You’re Doing: The First-of-its-Kind Etsy Sales Event Is Here
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Updated Oct 22, 2018 7:27 PM
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If you’re looking for handwoven napkins made from organic hemp by elves in the hills of Scotland, chances are you can find them on Etsy. And now, thanks to recent developments, they might even be on sale: Etsy just announced the launch of a massive sales event, spanning everything from decorative planters to accents perfect for small spaces. The World of Etsy Sales Event is the first of its kind for the online marketplace, and will be ongoing until March 29. Comb through curated shops, like “Charming Gardens” and “Maker’s Village” to check out unique finds that are heavily discounted for a limited time only.
Or don’t, because we’ve put together a few of our favorite things—unfortunately, minus the handwoven elfin napkins—to save you some time. Shop now, before they’re sold out.
Concrete Geo Planter, Annabelle Taylor Co., $25.20
Start your own succulent garden indoors with an army of these little geo planters. Made from concrete and dipped in colorful paint for a mod two-tone look, they’ll make a sweet accent for any empty mantel or bookshelf.
Yorkville Cushion Cover, Rianna Phillips, $24.10
One of the easiest ways to give your living room or bedroom a refresh while exhausting minimal effort is by updating the textiles. These bright blue handmade cushion covers will refresh any drab sofa or armchair with a bold pop of color.
Safari Nursery Prints, L’Amour Fou Print Shop, $20.25
Why stop at the common living areas? Upgrade your little one’s space with an adorable set of animal prints. They make a great gift for baby showers, too.
Ceramic Jar Set, One and Many, $106.20
Okay, so this set may be a little pricier than you might be initially willing to spend on a sale product, but hear us out. For a little over $100, you get a set of three different-sized jars that will completely organize your countertops and make your kitchen look more put-together. Made from a pale blue ceramic, they’re built to last and have a timeless look you’ll be able to appreciate for years to come.
Porcelain Hanging Planter, BTW Ceramics, $63
It is (technically) spring, after all. Bring in a new green friend with this ceramic hanging planter. Particularly perfect for smaller homes where surface real estate may be a bit of a pipe dream, make use of empty corners and ceilings by adding in this chic item.
Ring Dish, Peony London, $11.17
A minimalist splatter paint design is all the detail that’s needed to elevate this pretty little trinket dish. Keep your stud earrings or dainty rings easily accessible on a vanity or dresser.
Vintage Rattan Bar Stool, Our Vintage Bungalow, $106.25
Yes, chic well-made furniture does exist on Etsy… and this rattan bar stool is a prime example. If you don’t have a dining room, pick up a couple of these to transform your high counters into an eating area; alternatively, drill in a wall shelf and situate it between these chairs for a makeshift dining table at a fraction of the price (and space).
Shelf with Mirror, Golden Biscotti, $67.99
It’s both a mirror and a storage vessel, making this contemporary piece one that’s definitely worth looking into for a finishing touch in an entryway or hallway.
Porcelain Utensil Holder, Vitrified Studio, $80+
A generally-useful tool that can be used for storing kitchen equipment, art brushes, or even flowers, this simple yet gorgeous porcelain container looks like it was found at some vintage market.
Seagrass Basket, Jasmine Supply, $16.53+
Being that they’re both incredibly versatile and incredibly stylish, baskets are a definite must for a chic storage solution that looks more decorative than functional. The best news with this particular option is that you can buy two and get the third one free as part of Etsy’s sale event; run, don’t walk.
See more shopping guides:
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