Matilda Goad and Amber Lewis Are on Double Sale at Anthropologie This Weekend
Squiggly lamps and hand-knotted rugs are an extra 40% off.
Published Sep 15, 2023 2:00 PM
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Confession: We camp out in Anthropologie’s sale section. Although sitewide discounts aren’t a common occurrence, we can regularly rely on the retailer’s stacked clearance section to score good design deals. After doing our daily check-in, we were delighted to discover that Anthro’s sale is on sale for an additional 40% off.
The final-sale event is billed as running through the weekend, meaning you have a little more than 48 hours remaining to nab the promo. Our eye was drawn to deep price cuts on Amber Lewis’s elegantly lived-in styles and Matilda Goad’s charming Anglophile designs. To snag the extra discount, all you have to do is add your chosen item to your cart—no code necessary. The only caveat is that sale furniture and select brands, like Terrain, aren’t eligible. But select homewares are on limited-edition offer for up to 30% off right now. Below, find our top picks organized by the biggest savings.
Our Anthropologie Home Sale Favorites
- 71% Off Tartan Co. Buchanan Throw Blanket
- 64% Off Amber Lewis for Anthropologie Hand-Knotted Rug
- 60% Off Matilda Goad & Co. Scalloped Squiggle Lamp
- 60% Off Nordic Candelabra
- 58% Off Scalloped Jute Hartley Round Rug
- 58% Off Matilda Goad & Co. Scalloped Pillow
- 57% Off Cozy Bouclé Pillow
- 55% Off Florence Mirror
- 50% Off Amber Lewis for Anthropologie Henderson Coffee Table
- 30% Off Amber Lewis for Anthropologie Multi-Arm Sconce
- 23% Off Matilda Goad & Co. Bar Cart
If you’re already dreaming about curling up on the couch with a blanket, pop this 100% lambswool throw from Scotland into your cart. Hypoallergenic and breathable, shoppers share that the classic tartan plaid pattern appears sharp and saturated. “It keeps my temperature regulated without overheating, and it lasts for so much longer,” one notes. But our favorite part? The fact that you’ll save $162.
A 5-by-8 rug for under $400 designed by the Cali-cool Amber Lewis herself? You bet. If you, like other shoppers, have been eyeing the neutral beauty and holding out for it to dip in price, the wait is officially over. A hardy blend of wool and polyester, this vintage-inspired floor covering features hand-cut and hand-tamped knots—so you can safely place it in a high-traffic area of your home without worry.
Dressed head to toe in British designer Matilda Goad’s signature scallop, we were thrilled to discover this little lamp is sporting some of the highest discounts of the sale. “I was not sure about the curvy details of this but once I got it…I am in love. The lines are super-artistic and well placed,” one reviewer gushes. “It feels like owning a piece of art. It gives off a lovely warm light with the very sturdy patterned shade.”
Situated in a mango-wood base and wrought from aluminum, iron, and steel, this sculptural candelabra supports four tapers with ease. Our favorite detail? The staggered, black-coated arms. Place it on your mantel or a shelf, or tap it as the centerpiece for your next dinner party.
Digging through the sale section revealed plenty of whimsically shaped jute textiles to choose from. But our favorite of the bunch is the green-rimmed Hartley. The scalloplike sweetie, inspired by stars, offers a unique take on the floor covering type, making it the statement of a room rather than the usual layering piece the braided fabric is so often used for.
Another Goad gem on our radar: This playful pillow has been declared by reviewers to be a compliment magnet. “So sweet and stylish,” one writes. And another points out, “My couch was missing something and this pillow was it. Supercute and comfortable. I would purchase again!”
Originally, the price tag on these nubby cushions was a bit steep. But on sale they’re far more digestible—especially since they ship with a cover and fluffy insert. Reviewers were pleasantly surprised by how soft the bouclé is, living up to its cozy namesake. “They hold up so nicely. Even after lying on them for hours, they look perfect and need no fluffing,” one comment reads.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again—eclectic light fixtures is the name of the game at Anthropologie. Lewis’s asymmetrical statement sconce discounted in every colorway (black, white, and brass) was a no-brainer pick for our must-shop roster. As long as you’re game for some hardwiring, reviewers confirm that these beauties are easy to mount. “They are big, sturdy, and functional,” a shopper adds. Warning: This sale is limited and not eligible for the additional 40% off discount. The silver lining: It isn’t final sale—so if you don’t love it, you can return without worry.
Individually crafted—so some variations are expected!—from engineered hardwood, this piece would fare well both in a hallway and powder room. It’s bathroom rated with ready-to-hang D-rings, meaning it can be hung horizontally or vertically.
Furniture by Lewis doesn’t often come cheap. This oakwood coffee table, sealed with a clear lacquer, is shockingly $500 off, so we thought it was worth adding to the list even though it’s not included in the extra 40% off sale. “I was hesitant to spend this much on a coffee table, with two young kids, but I’m so impressed with how well it has held up! It’s heavy and withstands bumps, and the texture of the wood grain hides any imperfections,” one review reads.
The simple silhouette of this discounted bar cart may not feature any of Goad’s signature scallops, but the colorful red finish paired with ball feet give it the charming touch the British designer is known for. “Absolutely stunning,” one commenter writes. “The tray sits atop and comes off for serving use. It does stay on well as the legs sit underneath.” Every other review speaks highly of the iron-and-wood piece’s sturdiness and protective packaging.