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Target’s End-of-Winter Furniture Sale Is Here—Shop Our 7-Piece Edit

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Spring has nearly sprung, and there’s little we love more than celebrating the arrival of a new season by swapping out tired statement pieces for something shiny and new. That said, we’re firm believers that a seasonal home refresh—large or small—shouldn’t cost you an arm and a leg. Luckily, Target’s major furniture sale was seemingly created for budget-savvy decorators in mind.

Featuring all home goods for up to 25 percent off (though, you can snag an extra 15 percent discount with the promo code MARCH), the beloved retailer’s seasonal sale is a gold mine of statement furniture.

Sick of looking at your stained loveseat? Craving a bonus bench for the foot of the bed? We scoured the sale for the best-discounted items. Your search for the perfect swap ends here.

A velvet indigo accent chair is total eye candy for a master bedroom or living room in need of an extra seat. Did we mention you save $115?

Black has a reputation as a risky color, but when it’s introduced in small doses and on fresh surfaces, the stark hue can feel airy and bright.

Elevate your morning routine by sliding a set of these sleek steel stools under the kitchen breakfast bar.

Want to spend an entire Sunday cuddled up in front of the TV? There’s nothing to feel guilty about with this half-off loveseat at your side.

Cane continues to prove itself as a need-to-know material. Embrace this woven trend and your inner-Marie Kondo with a storage unit that will feel at home in any room.

Want to dine like a true Scandinavian design lover? This streamlined table exudes Nordic simplicity.

Park this velvet stool at the foot of the bed if you want to wake up to a touch of Art Deco luxe.

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Lydia Geisel

Home Editor

Lydia Geisel has been on the editorial team at Domino since 2017. Today, she writes and edits home and renovation stories, including house tours, before and afters, and DIYs, and leads our design news coverage. She lives in New York City.

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