These are the 10 best home decor buys in the Anthropologie sale, as chosen by the Livingetc team

At Livingetc we love a bargain. Here our team have sifted through the Anthropologie sale to list the best buys for your home

A living room with a blue sofa and a small coffee table on a jute rug
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If you're looking to refresh your home in 2023, the Anthropologie sale is a good place to start. Their stunning home decor section boasts some generous discounts this time of year, but finding the best bargains can be a challenge (and let's face it, there are far better ways to spend the remainder of the holidays).

That's why we've compiled our pick of the 10 best Anthropologie deals for you. From modular sofas perfect for small space living to statement rugs to inject some color into your home this January, here're our favorite living room furniture pieces that you won't want to miss. 

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Lilith Hudson

Lilith is an expert at following news and trends across the world of interior design. She's committed to sharing articles that help readers spend their money wisely and make the best design choices in their homes. For this piece, she lists the best buys in the Anthropologie sale, as chosen by the Livingetc team. 

1. Irina Sofa

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Irina Sofa | Was $2,498, now $1,748 (opens in new tab)

In case you hadn't heard, 2022 was the year of the curved sofa, and it's a furniture trend set to endure throughout 2023 too. Combined with its retro silhouette, the ochre shade of Anthropologie's Irina sofa transports us right back to the 70s, the decade designers say we'll see a fresh revival of this year. With a $750 saving, this really is an unmissable deal like no other. 

2. Sonali Oval Coffee Table

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Sonali Coffee Table in Grey | Was $1,498, now $1,198 (opens in new tab)

When it comes to coffee tables, we can't get enough of rounded edges and obscure shapes. For a truly contemporary take, the striking sculptural design of the Sonali table is the perfect addition to your living room. Let its asymmetrical appearance and unusual legs do the talking (trust us, your guests will admire it throughout your entire coffee morning).

3. Elouise Rattan Chair

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Elouise Rattan Chair | Was $1,498, now $800 (opens in new tab)

Rattan was another 70s staple, and our appreciation for its texture design isn't waning in 2023. If your space permits, the Elouise chair is the best choice for luxurious relation. Simply pair with a selection of soft throws and pillows for a boho-chic vibe. (And who could no to that $700 saving?) 

4. Mark D. Sikes Modular Slipper Chair

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Mark D. Sikes Modular Slipper Chair | Was $998, now $500 (opens in new tab)

If space is at a premium modular seating is the way to go, and what better way to do so than with this check-patterned slipper chair, designed by Mark D. Sikes? Construct an inviting, one-of-a-kind respite to fit your living room in this eye-catching yet subtle blue and white design. Cool, cozy comfort done right. 

5. June desk 

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June Desk | Was $1,198, now $900 (opens in new tab)

For a classic mid-century modern look, we can't get enough of the June desk from Anthropologie. With cues from the Art Deco furniture of days gone by, the beautiful detail in the curved legs makes this piece a real showstopper. Whether used for a home work space or a luxe entryway console, the walnut veneer finish offers a dark elegance that shouts sophistication. 

6. Handwoven Saffi Rug

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Handwoven Saffi Rug (9' x 12') | Was $1,798, now $1,296 (opens in new tab)

Dopamine dressing is the colorful  home decorating trend that's all about promoting wellbeing through vibrant shades and vivacious patterns. What better time to inject some happiness into the home than the dreary month of January? This bright and cheerful handwoven rug has us sold. Shop now and you can save $500. 

7. Amber Lewis Petite Henderson Bookshelf

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Amber Lewis Petite Henderson Bookshelf | Was $1,998, now $1,400 (opens in new tab)

Designed by Amber Lewis in collaboration with Anthropologie, this bookshelf features rounded oak shelves and exposed jointwork for a farmhouse-inspired feel. The black shelves offer a simple backdrop for your curated wall decor. Pile a collection of novels and intersperse with decorative objets, trinkets and treasures.

8. Stevie Pendant

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Stevie Pendant | Was $198, now $120 (opens in new tab)

Lighting is easily overlooked when it comes to refreshing your home, but its contributions are far reaching. This simple pendant is a great choice for a more pared back look. with its fabric cord and handcrafted ceramic shade with a speckled glaze finish, this lighting choice lends an artisanal touch to any space.

9. Waterfall Inlay Mirror

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Waterfall Inlay Floor Mirror | Was $1,198, now $838 (opens in new tab)

If a subtle style and subdued shades are your bag then this mirror is a must have. Inlaid bone embodies a natural sheen which, paired with the gold rim, adds instant luxury to this mirror's border. A sleek and modern update on a centuries-old technique. The deal is only available for a limited time though, so act fast. 

10. Hourglass Indoor/Outdoor Side Table

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Hourglass Indoor/Outdoor Side Table | Was $298, now $150 (opens in new tab)

At nearly half price, this beautiful blush side table is one you won't want to miss. Crafted with a delicate, geometric wire base in an hourglass shape with a ceramic tile top, this side table is equally suitable for chic alfresco dining as it for holding your houseplants indoors. With such a discount, it would be rude not to treat yourself to this gem.

Lilith Hudson
Junior writer

Lilith Hudson is the Junior Writer on Livingetc, and an expert at decoding trends and reporting on them as they happen. Writing news articles for our digital platform, she's the go-to person for all the latest micro-trends, interior hacks, and color inspiration that you need in your home. She discovered a love for lifestyle journalism during her BA in English and Philosophy at the University of Nottingham where she spent more time writing for her student magazine than she did studying. Lilith now holds an MA in Magazine Journalism from City, University of London (a degree where she could combine both) and has previously worked at the Saturday Times Magazine, ES Magazine, DJ Mag and The Simple Things Magazine.