Selling everything from modern lighting design to Mid-century furniture, Habitat has been a cornerstone of the high street for the past 50 years, and shows no sign of slowing down.
As well as original products designed by their in-house team, the Habitat range includes textiles from India, ceramics from Portugal and collabs with some seriously chic names.
We keep a close eye on all things that come from this powerhouse, and when it comes to the Habitat sale we pay extra attention, so we've rounded up the very best buys currently on the site.
Plus, don't miss the top five sale picks by our Editor in Chief, Lucy Searle.
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The best Habitat sale lighting buys now
Harvey Shade - Was £90 Now £40
Change up your pendant lighting without an electrician with Habitat's easyfit shades.
This black and copper number works in nearly any contemporary or minimal scheme and would look great above a breakfast nook, or pick up three to create a statement kitchen island lighting moment.
Harper LED Pendant - Was £225 Now £75
Contemporary lighting doesn't have to cost the world anymore.
Enjoy a beautifully balanced design from Habitat, with a sleek brass body and rounded glass globes. This piece uses long-lasting and low-energy LED bulbs.
Nik Rattan Shade - Was £95 Now £45
The rattan trend is going nowhere, and we're still finding ways to integrate it into our homes.
This quirky cone shaped shade, handwoven in Indonesia, creates a striking pattern when lit thanks to its caged design.
Whit LED ceiling light - Was £195 Now £145
Amp up the sophistication of your space with this elegant light.
This brass light hangs from adjustable metal cables and culminates in the statement 10 frosted glass globes.
Sorel metal ceiling light - Was £80 Now £30
The dark green matt finish on this light covers 3 oversized shades, which help filter light evenly over a room.
The best Habitat seating buys
Freya Armchair - Was £175 Now £135
Provide any corner of your home with a chic lift with this curvaceous armchair.
An exposed powder coated black metal frame holds a quilted and backrest and cushioned seat covered in luxe velvet. Available in green, pink, navy blue and teal.
Joshua 2 Seater Sofa - Was £1,200 Now £960
A super snuggly design, this teal wool tweed 2 seater sofa combines a high back with plump seat and back cushions.
The Joshua is also available in a charcoal colorway.
Hendricks Armchair - Was £895 Now £716
With dramatic lines and proportions, this mid-century design-inspired armchair was developed to match the bestselling Hendricks sofa.
We love this orange velvet, but there are 11 different shades to choose from.
Leif Armchair - Was £495 Now £350
The elegant oak frame of this mid-century rocking chair is finished with a contemporary charcoal cushion.
The clean, curved silhouette adds a gentle touch to a bedroom or living room.
The best Habitat sale furniture buys
Vince mid-century sideboard - Was £850 Now £550
The handle-less design of this 2 door sideboard make it a sleek addition to any room, from dining spaces to hallways.
There's plenty of storage within this med-century piece as well.
Indah rattan oval coffee table - Was £195 Now £135
A cool, fresh take on a coffee table, this monochrome rattan option adds both a touch of nature and some welcome curves into a modern space.
Bumble side table - Was £80 Now £60
This pretty but practical table is just as good as a sofa side table as it would be a bedside option.
The sage green piece was a handle in-built storage space, perfect to tuck magazines and reading glasses in at night.
Orwell shelving unit - Was £450 Now £360
Get shelfie ready with this oak shelving unit. Along with the five open sections, there are two closed compartments where you can hide clutter, or just tuck away blankets and books.
A good option. for a hallway, this could also be a modern alternative to a sideboard to display pretty crockery and ornaments in a dining room.
The best Habitat sale home accessories buys
Zula candle holder - Was £25 Now £15
Terrazzo as a trend is going nowhere.
This candle holder is a great entrypoint into the look, with its warm and natural palette of browns and grays.
Diaz rug - Was £295 Now £195
This large (140 x 200 cm) hand-woven wool room will become a focal point in any room.
Made from a super soft pile, the charcoal base is topped with a blue, white and orange design.View Deal
Doreen cushion - Was £35 Now £25
Add some energy to your sofa by accessorizing with this 70s-inspired mustard colored cushion.
The two different pile heights create a lovely textured element, too.View Deal
Sylvia vase - Was £40 Now £30
Display seasonal flowers and foliage in this mouth blown glass vase.
The subtle design adds interest while the curvy shape make it perfect for holding dramatic single stems.
H&G's Editor in Chief Lucy Searle reveals her top 5 sale picks...
This is what I've got on my wishlist from the Habitat sale... some will go on my Christmas list; the rest are home must-haves.
Jacobs Storage Bench
'Add a luxe touch to your boudoir with this velvet storage bench. Available in both vibrant teal and sunshine yellow, the Jacob is where pretty meets practical.'
Levine Table Lamp
'Caged lighting is an easy way to add that industrial look into your home. An all black design, this table lamp has a definite contemporary style and allows light to flow into the room with ease.'View Deal
'The statement herringbone pattern, crafted from walnut veneer adds a cool contemporary interest to this 6 drawer chest.'View Deal
'This cozy quilted bedspread adds monochromatic textire to a bedroom. Pick up the matching cushion, too, for a cool co-ordinated look.'