I combed through the entire home section of Nordstrom's fall sale - these are all my saved deals

After looking at more than 300 product listings, I found great discounts on a Dutch oven, a cast-iron pan, a portable espresso maker, and more

A collage of various Nordstrom home products
(Image credit: Illustrated | Nordstrom)

If you haven't known true happiness since Nordstrom's anniversary sale ended back in July, I have some excellent news for you - the retailer's fall sale is now live and will run from October 26 to November 6. Expect epic markdowns of up to 50% on everything from coffee machines to bestselling Dutch ovens - if you can act fast enough, of course.

To make things easier on both you and your wallet, I've already combed through all of the home decor deals and compiled those most worthwhile below. The biggest and best markdowns were definitely concentrated on kitchenware (things like sheet pans and cast-iron skillets), but I managed to find some great prices on pillows, items for your entryway, and potential Christmas gifts, as well. Happy shopping, both here and at Nordstrom.com.

Livingetc's 12 favorite deals from Nordstrom's fall sale

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What can you buy in the Nordstrom fall sale?

In addition to deals on women's clothing, men's clothing, and shoes, Nordstrom's fall sale features markdowns on bedding, home decor, luggage and travel merchandise, kitchenware, and bath products.


The fall sale will run until Nov. 6, so you have some time to stock up on what you need. You should act fast, though; there's always a chance things sell out! If you need some more help picking out deals that are worthwhile, we've done an edit of our favorite bedding, as well.

Brigid Kennedy
Style Editor

Brigid Kennedy is a style editor at Livingetc.com, where she is responsible for obsessively combing the internet for the best and most stylish deals on home decor and more. She was previously a story editor at TheWeek.com, where she covered both U.S. politics and culture. She describes her design style as colorful and clean, and in her free time enjoys reading, watching movies, and curating impossibly niche playlists on Spotify. She lives in New York.