New Year, new living room: The Anthropologie House and Home Event is officially here, and with it comes 20 percent off all full-price furniture and select decor. And while there are several gorgeous pieces catching our eye, we’d like to focus on the one room that’s typically among the most expensive to decorate. From luxe-looking seating options marked down to (slightly) more justifiable prices to textured accent pieces that will elevate your space, here are our favorite living room finds from the Anthro sale.
Actoria Arc Floor Lamp, $198.40
Add a mid-century feel to your living room with this brass-finished floor lamp. The retro style makes it an instant statement maker, and the marble base brings an extra hint of luxury.
Hoop Mirror, $198.40
Particularly great if your living room is on the smaller side, as mirrors add depth and make any space look bigger than it actually is. Simple yet elegant, a mirror like this is the smart way to spruce up an empty wall.
Kalmar Sofa in Cream, $1,988.40
The best part about this minimalist cream sofa is its multifunctionality: It’s a couch, daybed, and side table all in one, making it ideal for tiny apartments.
Leavenworth Marble Coffee Table, $478.40
The jewelry-inspired brass base offsets the clean white marble top perfectly for a modern yet timeless addition to your living room. Need proof that this coffee table is definitely worth buying? We love it so much, we put it in our own office living room.
Matte Velvet Curtain, $190.40-$254.40
A small update that makes a big difference, curtains are a game-changer—and not only for privacy purposes. They’re an easy way to add color and texture to any space, and these particular ones are great because they come in multiple colors and a soft velvet fabric, making them very on-trend.
Collaged Majida Throw Blanket, $118.40
Made from handwoven cotton, this vibrant throw is another way to effortlessly infuse more color into your home. Crafted by LA studio All Roads Design, the various textures and careful attention to detail makes this a blanket that’s as fashionable as it is functional.
Kalmar Ottoman, $798.40
This gorgeous piece was found in a Ho Chi Minh City design store called District Eight, and is now made in partnership with Anthropologie with a few tweaks that don’t compromise the original aesthetic. Subtle and chic, the Kalmar ottoman is ideal for a minimalist space.
Lusso Knob, $9.60
Renovating on a budget? Look for small updates you can make to pre-existing pieces to give them new life; for example, give your media stand a refresh with new pulls. These modern, iron options are sure to make your tired furniture look new.
Rhys Chair in Lager Premium Leather, $1,838.40 (discount applied in cart)
Okay, so this might not be the most affordable sale item… but for a handcrafted custom piece made with soft leather and durable hardwood, it’s pretty good. This statement-making armchair is one you’ll be able to keep around for a long time.
Tufted Inaya Rug, $126.40-$1,022.40
For minimalists attempting a foray into bolder styles, this jute rug is the perfect blend of simple and statement-making. Thanks to geometric prints in a neutral hue, you won’t have to worry about your new rug clashing with pre-existing decor.
Lacquered Regency Storage Cabinet, $2,398.40
If you want one big furniture item that’ll really make a difference, get a storage cabinet. A catch-all for books, smaller decorative items, and knick-knacks alike, this lacquered cabinet will help you declutter your living room.
See more shopping guides:
The Affordable and Adorable Kids Items We Love From Zara Home
What to Buy at Target if You Live in a Tiny Apartment
11 Budget Sofas That Only Look Expensive
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