i love how every holiday has become just one big excuse to shop. here are the best home goods sales. happy 4th and happy shopping!
anthropologie– 30% off sale- use code ‘evenbetter’
celadon-20% off everything! no code needed
crate & barrel– up to 50% off of outdoor furniture- no code needed
design within reach– save up to 60% on summer items- no code needed
furbish– 20% off everything- use code ‘fireworks’
land of nod– up to 65% off site wide- no code needed
lulu & georgia– save up to 75% off- no code needed
one kings lane– head to the website for a blowout sale! no code needed
open door– take 20% off select items- use code ‘july4’
pottery barn– 10% off $100, 15% off $250, 20% off $500,25% off $1000-use code ‘savemore’
serena and lily– 10% off $100, 15% off $500, 20% off $1,500- use code ‘summerbreak’
studio mcgee– 20% off everything- use code ‘america20’
sur la table– save up to 60% on summer items & free shipping on $59 and up- use code’shipfree’
target– site wide sales!
the company store– save up to 70% site wide- use code ‘g16july4’
west elm– 20% off most items and up to 70% off clearance- no code needed
williams-sonoma– 20-50% off & free shopping- use code ‘july’
world market– 15% off everything & free shipping on $100 and up- use code ‘yay4th’
another new series (!)- what you should be buying at _____. i’ll be spotlighting stores that i love and the amazing stuff they have.
first up- furbish studio. jamie meares, of the oh-so popular blog, i suwanee, is such an inspiration and has an amazing eye. such a great mix of home accessories, gifts, even bags and jewelry. i have yet to visit the raleigh brick and mortar but this is a site i check weekly to see what new goodies they have and trust me, they have so much good stuff.
check out some of my favorites.
this cult classic is back in stock and is so versatile- living room/ playroom storage, a bright pop of color in the bathroom or even a planter.
i’m such a sucker for an otomi textile. another versatile purchase- table runner, a cool wall hanging (how cute would it look in a little girl’s room??), even at the end of the bed.
love this simple pillow.
such a pretty southern staple.
about to scoop this up for the front porch (ps-i finally painted the headboard ceiling haint blue and let me tell ya, it looks GOOD 🙂 also, i wanted to be as historically correct as i could so i referred to the “historic colors of charleston” color chart by sherwin williams and picked piazza blue.)
i’m such a fan of local artists and this one just so happens to be from my ol’ stompin’ grounds. love this one from dorothy shain.
SO good, right?