The Anthropologie January Sale is a Trove of Mood-Boosting Decor — Our Edit of What's Worth Buying

The Anthropologie January sale is the perfect place to treat yourself to whatever Santa forgot this year, with a long list of smile-inducing pieces at grin-making prices

a collection of home decor and funiture items from Anthropologie on a colorful background
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December 25th and New Years Eve may have come and gone, but we are still excited about the Anthropologie January sale, which has continued in earnest with some style-forward markdowns. Not only is Anthro one of the best places for elegant, elevated homeware, but the sales are typically quite robust, meaning you can stock up on all the items Santa might have missed for hundreds less than usual. This year, a lot of the designs are quirky and fun and full of personality — guranteed to make you and your home more cheerful.

This is your last chance to grab these amazing deals before they disappear — and once you're done, make sure to check out our Anthropologie's editor's choice product round-up for more of our favorites.

Shop the whole of the Anthropologie home collection here.

Best Home Decor on Sale at Anthropologie

Best Lighting on Sale at Anthropologie

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Best Rugs on Sale at Anthropologie

Shop the whole Anthropologie home sale here.

When is the next big sale at Anthropologie?

Many of the discounts seen here are on items that were included in the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, though the markdowns are not quite as good now as they were then.

We're expecting to see the next big reductions throughout the month of January, and we'll be monitoring them all here. So check back for more information — your chance to snag a big-ticket item at a massive markdown isn't totally gone yet. 

Brigid Kennedy
Style Editor

Brigid Kennedy is a style editor at, 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, 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.