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Your chance to snag massively discounted Le Creuset.
Updated Oct 10, 2018 5:18 PM
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When you stop and consider the crummy weather and post-holiday blues, January doesn’t have much going for it—except for sales. It’s when most of our favorite retailers offer massive markdowns on past collections before introducing their spring lines. It’s also home to the first long weekend of the year. Martin Luther King Jr. Day is just around the corner, and with it comes a plethora of discounts.
In the decor space, this means it’s prime time to score that investment piece you’ve been eyeing for ages. Maybe it’s a statement-making sofa to upgrade your Netflix binge sessions. Or maybe it’s a new mattress, because you’ve decided that 2020 will be the year of better sleep. Whatever your New Year’s resolution, we have you covered.
If You’re Committed to Catching Z’s
You might need a new mattress, and Casper’s aptly named Stay In Sale will give you 10 percent off its entire range. If you’re looking for more flexibility, check out Allswell. Its discounts are on a sliding scale, so you get 10 percent off the regular Allswell, 15 percent off the Luxe, and 20 percent off the Supreme.
If You’ve Resolved to Upgrade From IKEA Furniture
For designer-grade pieces, we love Design Within Reach; luckily for our wallets, the brand’s January sale is offering 15 percent off select sofas, chairs, tables, and more. At a lower price point, World Market wants you to have the travel-inspired furniture of your dreams at up to 60 percent off.
If You Want to Finally Put the Finishing Touches on Your Space
Calling all Scandi design lovers: Hay’s New Year Refresh event is a must. You’ll get up to 40 percent off all accessories. (We’ve had our eye on these cool vessels for months.) And don’t sleep on Target’s home sale, where you can get up to 25 percent off everything from plush towels to surprisingly stylish wastebaskets.
If You Want to Stop Relying on Postmates
Make this the year of dining in, starting with cookware that will get you excited to meal-prep. Made In is listing all of its kits for up to 22 percent off. For more niche tools, head to Williams Sonoma to cash in on its semiannual clearance event: You’ll find heritage brands like Staub and Le Creuset at up to 75 percent off. Run, don’t walk!
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