Hurry—it ends at midnight.
At the beginning of summer, sale season hits, and with Fourth of July weekend just around the corner, the deals are really starting to heat up. The sale on the top of our list today is Williams Sonoma’s Premier One Day Event, a giant sale with markdowns across all of its sites, including West Elm, Pottery Barn, and Rejuvenation. If you’re in the market for some new kitchen appliances or are still looking for the right gift for that summer wedding you’re attending (psst...this copper KitchenAid mixer), head over to Williams Sonoma for some of the best prices you’ll see all season. For those looking to spruce up their home decor, West Elm’s Premier Day prices may just inspire you to finally take the plunge on that new sofa or side table you’ve had your eye on. Here are five investment-worthy pieces that aren’t big splurges anymore.
Souk Wool Rug
A handwoven wool rug is an elegant finishing touch to a living room or entryway, while a modern pattern makes it feel fresh. This rug was created at a fair trade certified facility in India, so you can feel good about bringing this handcrafted piece into your home. Both the runner and the three-by-five-foot rug are currently listed for $160, thanks to Premier Day prices.
To buy: From $160 (originally $199); westelm.com.
Currently listed for half its original price, this sleek and sculptural sofa looks much more expensive than its $500 price tag.
To buy: $500 (originally $999); westelm.com.
Belgian Flax Linen Duvet Cover
Linen bedding is one of those luxuries that’s often coveted, yet difficult to justify purchasing—until you see the Premier Day prices, that is. For $100, you can get a linen duvet cover in a range of dreamy pastel blues and greens. Once you experience the cool, breathable qualities of linen, you’ll understand why it’s the best summer bedding.
To buy: $100 for full/queen (originally $199); westelm.com.
Braided Storage Bin
The perfect basket for storing shoes in the entryway or blankets in the bedroom. The sale price may just convince you to buy one for both rooms.
To buy: $23 (originally $29); westelm.com.
The combination of a hand-blown glass top and a brass base gives this lantern a timeless look. Use the set to light up the patio for outdoor parties this summer, and in the fall, bring them indoors to add a gentle glow to gatherings.
To buy: $24-36 (originally $39-59); westelm.com.