All Kinds of Leanne Ford Designs Are Discounted for Crate & Barrel’s Cyber Monday Sale
Plus the clearance section is up to 60% off.
Updated Nov 28, 2022 11:39 AM
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Brace yourselves: Crate & Barrel’s Cyber Monday deals are here. Including discounts on more than 2,000 products through November 29, the sale will span 30% off select bedding; 20% off glassware; up to 30% off kitchen brands, gifting, and decor; up to 50% off select in-stock furniture and bath; up to 55% off Crate & Kids; and up to 60% off clearance. They’re throwing in free shipping on orders of $99 and more, too. Phew. We’re willing to bet markdowns from sought-after collaborations with the likes of Leanne Ford, Who What Wear, and Shinola will be the first to sell out. Below, find a highlight reel of what’s included in the Crate & Barrel Cyber Monday sale; we’ll keep it current as stock changes.
Feel cool, not corporate, with the Twist grasscloth rotating desk, currently $700 off. Its two tiers rotate a full 360 degrees; swing the bottom level out for an extra-long worktop or unfurl it halfway so it fits in a tight corner. If you’re looking for something more relaxing than WFH, the sale on Leanne Ford’s highly rated cane settee puts it well under $1,000. We prefer the natural/white version, but the whitewash/natural colorway is included, too. Made from solid red oak and rattan, its breezy curves would add an artful vibe to an entryway, small living room, or sunroom.
The sofas and sectionals at Crate & Barrel offer a bevy of choices, with all kinds of configurations, fabrics, and legs. The low-slung, nearly 5-star-rated Pacific is 25% off right now and made with engineered wood certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). Reviewers tout it as “very comfortable,” “the perfect depth,” and “well made.” Every reviewer has given the Williams chair, designed by Leanne Ford and also 25% off, 5 stars. The frame is made with engineered hardwood and solid pine, and the metal legs are powder coated. Reviewers rave about the chair’s comfort, with one person saying that “it somehow fits everyone like a glove.”
Reviewers of the 25% off mid-century–style Taj chairs say they “ooze quality” and are “comfy, stylish, and very sturdy.” Others have said they purchased them as accent chairs and then decided to upgrade their entire dining room with them. The leather is hand-cut and woven, and the frame is solid mindi wood. If statement cane is more your style, scoot the Leanne Ford–designed West bar cabinet into a corner—the natural colorway is 25% off for Cyber Monday, too.
Prepare to be mesmerized by a floor lamp—that is, if you opt for this gorgeous linen-and-brass–clad Crate & Barrel exclusive. One 5-star reviewer “can’t stop staring at it,” while another is impressed by its “quality” metal and linen design. If a table lamp feels more your speed, our second pick features a stunning wicker option that, according to one purchaser, enhances a room’s “presence, style, texture, and quality.” With an upturned basket for a shade, this whimsical design brings an extra dose of personality to any neutral color palette.
To set a holiday table that feels elegant yet unfussy, consider picking up this oval serving platter and gingham napkins in sage green. We love the understated porcelain, with its bordered edge and thin rim, but we really love the fact that it’s nearly $15 off. Singles of the linen napkins are half off, which is a better deal than if you buy them in a set of four or eight.
We have it on good authority that Crate & Barrel glasses easily hold their own against more expensive counterparts. Both of these beautiful offerings allow you to prioritize presentation when pouring drinks. Fans of the French wineglasses say they “transform with ease, from formal to casual,” while the Nick and Nora lovers tout the Poland-made, handcrafted glassware for its quality construction and size. Serve up a cocktail or a glass of Chardonnay and enjoy.
Pretty scalloped edges drew us to the five pieces in this white bakeware set, each of which is fancy enough to tote from oven to holiday table, not to mention make your favorite casserole appear photo shoot–worthy. It’s almost $20 off.
But here’s a serious deal: If you’ve been clamoring for Le Creuset cookware, look no further than this substantially marked-down Dutch oven. Available in several lively shades, ranging from licorice to flame (a glowing orange), the 5.25-quart cooker comes with a tight-fitting, stainless steel–knob lid and is famously chip-, crack-, and scratch-resistant.
This reversible striped linen bedding from Leanne Ford boasts two designs in one—something for the traditionalist and the other more graphic (it’s $100 off). But because we feel that you can never have enough comfy bedding, toss a $125-off Belgian flax-linen quilt-and-pillow sham set in your cart, too, and look forward to what one reviewer deems a “beautifully sized” covering that washes well.
There are two kinds of fireplace people: those who stoke the fire and those who clean up the ashes. Make the job easier on the latter with a set of Crate & Barrel–exclusive tools. Available in black and brass, the modern iron set is currently down $40 from its original price. And then take a cue from reviewers, who have placed this nearly 50% off handmade basket fireside and next to the pool, or used it to hold extra blankets or even a plant. It’s woven from recycled materials and a product of Mo’s Crib, a woman-owned business in South Africa.
Stock your cart with a few of these nearly half-off striped bath towels—they’re well reviewed as soft, absorbent, and elegant. (There’s a hand towel version, too.) Drape them over the Jackson towel ladder, which is 25% off. Some reviewers comment on it being too lightweight, but most love the height, roomy rungs, and nonslip rubber tips.
The Natural Bridges nightstand from our collaboration with Crate & Kids is storage, display, and sweet style all wrapped up in one piece—and it’s $200 off for the brand’s Cyber Monday sale. One reviewer says: “My son loves his nightstand! The drawer has a soft close, so no need to worry about his fingers getting slammed on. Very neutral style—great for displaying some toys/books on the bottom shelf and storing items in the drawer.” The Sarah Walsh–designed playhouse brings mid-century modern, West Coast vibes to a child’s room, too, with its Palm Springs–esque design; it’s 50% off right now.