The Best Home Items to Get During Anthropologie's Major Online Sale

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There are few things we love more than a sale: tiny homes, IKEA hacks, and green kitchens are all a close second. But when sale items come from one of our favorite retailers? Say no more. Anthropologie's current winter sale has everything you need to add a bit of flair to your space, with the added bonus of an extra 25 percent off certain items. Ready to revamp your home? Shop our favorite picks below.

1. Farrah Mirror (Was $168; Now $82.46)

Mirror, mirror, on the wall — you'll look so good up in our hall.

2. Nelson Storage Coffee Table (Was $698; Now $399.95)

Subtle style that's more than $250 off.

3. Farmhouse Dining Table (Was $2,498.00; Now $1,799.95)

Sure, still a splurge. But, what you're getting is a high-quality staple piece that will last forever.

4. Tilework Side Table (Was $198; Now $129.95)

A table that works both inside and outside as the perfect cocktail/book/lamp accompaniment.

5. Leandra Chandelier (Was $798; Now $487.46)

Channel those Miami vibes no matter the temp outside.

6. Paje Carved Dresser (Was $998; Now $699.95)

We love an unexpected pop of color in the bedroom.

7. Ancer Indoor/Outdoor Chair (Was $348; Now $249.95)

Your patio deserves this.

8. Leavenworth Marble Side Table (Was $348; Now $249.95)

Just what the design doc ordered.

9. Winding Course Floor Lamp (Was $798; Now $397.46)

A chunky marble base makes this otherwise simple lamp a stunner.

10. Perrie Bar Cabinet (Was $1,998; Now $1,399.95)

There's something wonderfully retro about this credenza.

11. Rossum Metallic Plant Stand (Was $48; Now $22.46)

Perfect for adding a touch of greenery to your bathroom.

12. Tapestry Cane Chair (Was $898; Now $499.95)

At nearly $450 off, this ikat and rattan accent chair is the cozy reading seating of our dreams.

Katie is the Commerce Editor at Hunker. She has previously been on staff at Shape Magazine, Well+Good, and PureWow, and has spent her life perfecting the art of online shopping.

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