Have you ever scored a bed frame at 70% off or a rug over 75% off? If so, you know the exhilarating feeling that comes with finding a great décor deal. You may have wondered if the store had made a mistake and jumped on the item before it returned to its regular price tag. Yes, finding a great deal, especially when furnishing an entire house or apartment, can feel like winning the lottery. It's not always about the price itself, but the total value saved can make you feel like you've hit the jackpot.
As editors looking at furniture and décor all day long, we're no strangers to coming across these types of deals—we've even jumped on a few of them ourselves. So where are you most likely to find stylish, discounted home décor? While you might need to dig deep and exercise patience, we rounded a few retailers we always turn to for décor deals. These aren't necessarily the cheapest décor sites, but they're the ones where you're most likely to find incredibly discounted pieces. Look no further, as these resources will satiate your love for great décor while also sparing your bank account.
Take it from one editor who's purchased both a bed frame and a distressed rug for more than 70% off. There are some seriously good deals to be made at West Elm if you do your research and exert a little patience. Proof: This curved velvet sofa is currently over 50% off.
Just as we love scouring Nordstrom Rack for discounted fashion, the department store's home section can be equally filled with surprises like this Trina Turk pillow over 65% off.
The destination for flash sales and discounted goods has an extensive home décor inventory, ranging from cookware all the way to midcentury chairs. For comparison purposes, a veritable Bertoia diamond chair starts around $1237.
You may have to do a little digging and patiently wait for sale events, but we always find great deals on AllModern. We once saw a Blu Dot sofa discounted at little over $1000 down from $7000.
Naturally, we would love to be able to afford real Hans Wegner furniture from the 1960s, but $949 is more within our price range, and that's where France & Son comes in.
While we can't always afford all the goodies we want at Barneys, the Warehouse is where we go to find hidden gems at discounted prices like Tina Frey's gorgeous organic bowls.
Another destination for midcentury classics at lower prices, Rove Concepts offers a selection of iconic designs for less like this Hans Wegner style CH88 chair, which normally retails around $500.
If you'd rather score the real deal but would rather not pay full price, consignment is a good avenue. For instance, this Grasshopper floor lamp, which is on sale for $425 at The RealReal, would retail new at around $939.
Chairish is another destination to shop for vintage furniture at lesser prices. Score anything from vintage Turkish rugs for a few hundred dollars to rare Castiglioni tables.
If you have time to scour or if you know what you're looking for, it might be worth popping your search query in the estate sale marketplace Everything But the House, which currently has this Wassily chair on auction for $125. For comparison, a new one would retail around $1961.
You may have to dig deep, but Overstock is filled with discounted treasures from rugs, ceramic tiles, and even furniture. For instance, you can score this Eero Saarinen side table for $160 instead of the retail price of $745 for the real deal.