The Furniture Style of the Moment Is on Super Sale at Urban Outfitters
Five picks from 22 pages of products.
Updated Oct 10, 2018 5:09 PM
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We’re seeing new takes on eclectic (hello, modern Mediterranean) slowly eclipse bohemian style, but one component of it isn’t going anywhere: woven details. Rattan and cane were the unsung heroes of 2019, showing up in every summer collection and It-chair roundup. The chief problem with acquiring said pieces is their generally high price point. That is, unless you’re shopping Urban Outfitters’s massive home sale—there, you can find scores of these items mega-discounted.
Upgrade to a new bed frame to kick off 2020 with better (or at least chicer) sleep. Invest in a catchall dresser to finally organize your closet. Whatever your objective, you can find a solution at up to 40 percent off. We went through all 22 pages of the sale to pick our favorites:
The Corner Shelf
Breathe life into an empty nook with this three-tiered piece. We’d start with a trailing plant at the very top, then fill in the rest with sentimental odds and ends.
The Room Divider
Calling all studio-apartment dwellers: Have you tried a folding screen? We’d put this one between the bed and living area. In a pinch, it could even double as a headboard.
Speaking of beds, this ’70s-inspired version is currently topping our wish list. Play up the old-school reference with some earthy, burnt orange bedding.
Perfectly suited for small spaces, this airy, 61-inch-long sofa has just enough room for you to recline.
The Media Console
This simply, sturdy cabinet isn’t just for TV accoutrements. Use it in the entry for off-season footwear or in the dining room to store extra servingware and double as a bar cart—basically, anywhere that could benefit from a hint of nature.
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