CB2’s Cyber Monday Sale Is Stocked With Our Favorite Designer Exclusives and Collabs
Up to 60% off Paul McCobb, Gianfranco Frattini, and more.
Updated Nov 28, 2022 5:52 PM
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CB2 consistently puts out collections from and collaborations with designers that feel like they could be found in a fancy shop rather than a chain e-tailer. Case in point: Our heads have been spinning ever since we first saw the dinnerware and wineglasses from the Gianfranco Frattini collection, the planters from Lawson-Fenning’s collaboration sporting a one-of-a-kind custom look, and the patio furniture reissued from Paul McCobb. They add to a stable that includes the likes of Goop, Kara Mann, and Mermelada Estudio, among others—and several pieces across the catalog are a part of CB2’s Cyber Monday sale this year. With discounts of up to 60% off (plus free shipping on orders $99 or more), take your pick from our favorites, below.
Our Favorites From CB2’s Cyber Monday Sale
- Pane Square Check Tablecloth
- Allure Table Lamp
- Descano Brown and White Planter
- Seacliff 3-Drawer Oak Chest
- Loma Oak Wardrobe
- Hakka Conical Rattan Pendant
- Tuareg Metal Coasters
- Inge White Round Platter
- Pina Clear Barware
- Lucinda Emerald Stacking Chair
- Colorstory Tie-Dyed Silk Napkin
- Idle Cobalt Lounger
- Crinkle Polished Brass Table Lamp
- Kaylee Copper Bath Towels
- Kye Polished Brass Mantel Mirror
- Contempri White Cruet
- Connoisseur End Table Model 7006
- Gwyneth Navy Velvet Chair
- Goop Firewood Tote
- Woven Black Dining Chair
- Essential Black Curtain Rod
- Hirsch Red Round Marble Dining Table
- Sillon en Mimbre Wicker Lounge Chair
We found a $100 linen tablecloth (that’s machine washable) with a simple, petite grid pattern for $30. Better yet? It’s a part of Chicago-based designer Kara Mann’s collaboration, who professed to the brand her love for setting a table. It’s a standout steal among her other, monochromatic offerings, and a previous purchaser confirms it’s “even nicer than expected.”
While the Domino-favorite pleated cream sofa from Mann is no longer available, the same ’80s-inspired style can be found thanks to this discounted lamp. Its nearly 5-star reviews note the table light offers the perfect glow and “surpasses expectations,” offering a lovely visual contrast between the slightly translucent glass base and nude silk shade.
After digging through Glenn Lawson and Grant Fenning’s collaboration with CB2, we found a few hidden gems on sale, including California-inspired, textural clay planters. Made in Portugal, the unique watercolor-like base is all thanks to a mushroom reactive glaze; variations should be expected, but that’s also what makes it feel one of a kind.
Made with FSC-certified white oak treated with a dark finish, this three-drawer chest will stand out in whatever room you add it to. We love that the drawers are made with solid wood and the decorative ribboned fronts double as handles for easy open and close (and that you can save $600 on this already pricey piece, of course).
Speaking of expensive furniture, this solid wardrobe in true Lawson-Fenning style, complete with subtle marquetry, is about $1,320 less during CB2’s Cyber Monday sale. One commenter confirms it’s as good as it looks online and adds, “Delivery was easy and well coordinated. Very happy with the purchase!”
We first spotted this conical rattan pendant lamp in Emily Ward’s California home, then quickly realized it’s a part of Lenny Kravitz’s second collaboration with CB2 from last fall. The walnut-trimmed, statement lighting fixture is now nearly $100 less than its original asking price.
Only woven in appearance, these coasters, inspired by Moroccan rugs, are actually made from metal and wrapped with colorful treads of cotton. Each is handwoven, elevating this set of four to modern-heirloom status.
This year, CB2 revived iconic Italian designer Gianfranco Frattini’s ’80s dinnerware, and the Domino team couldn’t stop talking about how good the handblown glasses and rolled-rim plates looked (the pizza-sized platter happens to be discounted to $15, whereas the smaller salad plate is just $5). Both are also surprisingly dishwasher- and microwave-safe.
If you already scooped up the Aldo wineglasses (all are on sale, starting as low as $10!), you’ll be happy to know that the old-fashioned Pina cups are a perfect pairing and now just $12 a pop. Offered in either a classic clear or bold opaque black, a set easily elevates a tabletop or bar cart.
Azeeza’s outdoor drop with CB2 this past summer was all about saturated cobalt blue and turquoise green. While the hotter months may have come and gone, now’s the time to bring the look home before they’re gone (this stackable patio chair is among a few final sale items that are 30% off). Reviewers remark the color is gorgeous and vibrant, and the material is weatherproof.
Silk is the main material this Chicago-based fashion label uses, and these delicate napkins include the same colors often used in Azeeza’s garment offerings. We love how they can easily match up to any other piece in the collab.
We swear summer will be here before you know it, so get this bright blue modern lounger for less before it’s sold out. Reviewers can’t get over how transformative these seats are for their outdoor space.
These cheerfully blue and green updates to the Domino-favorite Marta cup are only $3 apiece, so we recommend stocking up on a bunch (you can get two for the original price of one in both the old-fashioned style and taller tumbler).
This beautiful brass table lamp from London-based Studio Anansi—with its shell-like, rippled metal shade—is worth every penny, according to reviewers. One attests: “It’s so lovely. Honey gold, stately, timeless. Solid brass, which feels like such a luxury…I was lucky enough to purchase it on sale, but I’d absolutely pay full price for it.”
A cotton-linen bath towel that’s less than $20 is our definition of a steal, especially since this lightweight option with a simple stripe and fringed edge provides a Turkish-like luxe look without the price tag.
Brass-framed mirrors have been having a year, and this one will perfectly patina over time above a fireplace or at the end of an entryway hall. One purchaser describes it as “modern with a touch of timeless,” and says they’re currently hanging it in their bathroom. We love that it comes with all the necessary hardware, so an extra trip to the store isn’t needed.
You might love to score a vintage, mid-century modern Paul McCobb dining chair one day, but until then, the collection of his designs that CB2 put out lets you bring home the look without spending a fortune. Plenty of fun, smaller wares are available for less than $20, too, including the reissue of a 6-ounce oil and vinegar cruet that is dishwasher-safe. One review describes it as “10/10.”
First introduced in 1954, the Connoisseur Group end table is now a CB2 exclusive. Wood and metal meet at the legs, and its overall simple silhouette makes it an easy addition to any room. The steep discount ($300-plus) also means it’s a no-brainer buy.
Revisioned from Paul McCobb’s Pavilion collection, this armless dining chair pairs a weatherproof steel frame and reversible Sunbrella cushion that fare well both indoors and out.
It may not be wrapped up in beloved bouclé, but it’s still a steal for the same shape of chair—comfortable, stylish, and swivel-y. Reviewers of this Goop exclusive have nothing but good things to say. “A blue heaven,” one writes.
This luxe leather sling can detach from its brass frame for hauling logs of wood into the house before looking more presentable next to the fireplace (no splinters on the floor). There’s also a side pocket that can hold fire starters and matches. While we love the caramelly brown version, the black one is even cheaper, on sale for $250.
There’s no CB2 collaboration as long-standing as Mermelada Estudio, so we were ecstatic to see it included in the Cyber Monday sale. Its comfy, minimalist leather dining chairs, in fact, are more than $100 off—so buy a whole set or just one or two as accents at the end of your table.
One of the best curtain rods is about $36 off during the CB2 Cyber Monday sale. It’s a modern, straightforward option that easily disappears: Its standard hang, no-frills design is just about as simple as a rod gets, as we previously wrote. Just a bit of your chosen finish (brushed brass, polished nickel, matte black, or polished black) will peep through any fabric.
Brett Beldock’s designs for CB2 have topped our lists of the best floor lamps and best dining chairs, so all eyes are on the modern marble dining table during the brand’s Cyber Weekend sale. Red levanto stone sits atop an engineered oak base, large enough to comfortably seat six.
An iconic design dreamed up by Cuban-born furniture and interior designer Clara Porset. The Sillon en Mimbre lounge chair, now made in Mexico by Mexa Design, is constructed of natural wicker, which will patina over time, and a matte black solid steel frame. It’s currently 50% off, and the two other designs are available for 57% off.
This porcelain and clay bowl, designed by Jennifer Fisher for her glitzy CB2 collection, will be the perfect addition to your festive tabletop arrangement. It’s 40% off right now, so scoop one up to get it shipped in time to make the rounds at the next holiday gathering.