Anthropologie's sale section is so good right now – here's everything I've found

Make a statement in the bedroom, kitchen, and beyond with these playful (and purse-friendly) Anthropologie sale finds

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As you probably know, Anthropologie offers some of the most fashion-forward pieces on the high street. From kitsch decor accessories to solid, stylish furniture, they certainly tick a lot of boxes.

But, alas, it isn't one of the cheapest high-street homeware brands out there. So you'll thank us for our hard work and dedication to scrolling, trawling, and editing down the Anthropologie sale for the best deals out there.

There are cushions and cozy bedding, candles and rugs, and even furniture deals selling for a fraction of their listing price. With so much on sale for a much more budget-friendly price, it can be difficult to know where to start.

That's where I come in. As a shopping writer, I've spent hours scouring the site to find the hottest products at the fairest prices. Let's get into it.

Shop The Best Anthropologie Sale Picks

I've narrowed it down to the 12 best deals. Whether you have your eye on a piece of furniture or you want to update your dinnerware collection, you don’t want to miss out these Anthropologie sale finds.

Anthropologie Sale: Soft Furnishings

Whether you’re looking for a last-minute gift or want to freshen up your space for the summer, new bedding and pillows can help you achieve a small but impactful upgrade. Anthropologie is a great place to shop for these pieces, especially if you want something that matches your bohemian or eclectic decor style. Here are three of our favorites.

Anthropologie Sale: Candles

Anthropologie candles are one of the best home gifts to give (for your friends and yourself). But in addition to their candles, Anthropologie also has some of the most stunning candlesticks and holders to complete the look.

Anthropologie Sale: Kitchen & Dining

For elevated, unique, and trendy kitchen and dining pieces, I always look to Anthropologie (especially during a sale). With these deals, you can score a variety of dining pieces at great prices, including dinner plates, textiles, and dishes.

Anthropologie Sale: Decor

Anthropologie is home to some of the most beautiful, designer-worthy decor pieces and textiles, including curtains and rugs. At full price, they can get a little expensive, which is why I tend to wait for sales like this one to stock up on such luxe pieces.

Anthropologie Sale: Furniture

Whether you’re shopping for big-ticket items like sofas and bed frames or want to elevate your space with a new accent piece, the Anthropologie furniture collection features some of our favorite finds.


Why is Anthropologie expensive?

If you're shopping for premium products, you can't be surprised by a premium price point. Many of the pieces in the Anthropologie sales are hand-crafted by expert artisans, who deserve to be compensated for their hard work. While Anthropologie is one of the more expensive home stores, that's all the more reason to take advantage of their end-of-year sales.

When do Anthropologie have sales?

Now that the Memorial Day weekend sales have been and gone, the next big sale at Anthropologie is likely going to be around the Fourth of July. Although we don't have this confirmed by any insiders, this is a typical sales period for most of our favorite retailers.

Of course, the next large shopping event after that will be Black Friday, held in the fall, and we're sure to bring you a large edit of the best Black Friday deals at Anthropologie so keep your eye on this page for updates.

Are sales a good time to buy furniture?

Absolutely! Particularly if its an item you've already had your eye on and is now at a more budget-friendly price. Whether you're looking to kit out your bedroom, searching for the best sofa sales, or perhaps after a new dining set, sales are a great time to shop.

Jessie Quinn
Contributing editor

Jessie Quinn is a Los Angeles-based lifestyle writer with work published in The Spruce, Apartment Therapy, Well + Good, PEOPLE, and more. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in fashion journalism from Academy of Art University and uses her background in fashion to inform her home decor coverage. Her personal home decor style falls somewhere at the intersection of eclectic vintage and modern maximalist, but she's drawn to all types of designs and styles. When she's not writing, you can find Jessie working on a variety of DIY and craft projects, including crocheting, sewing, and jewelry-making.

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