There's thousands off home decor in the Anthropologie New Year sales

When you shop the Anthropologie New Year sales, you can save big on statement pieces and seasonal accents

A few of the items in the Anthropologie New Year sales.
(Image credit: Anthropologie)

New year, new deals – and there's a lot to like at Anthropologie. When you shop the Anthropologie New Year sales, you'll find deep discounts on big-ticket items, such as beds and sofas, as well as smaller accent pieces. 

Big deal, you might think: any home store worth its salt runs a start-of-season sale. True enough, but Anthropologie pulls away from the pack at the checkout, where you can access another 40% off sales items. 

As a shopping writer, I love a bargain, but I'd never compromise quality for cost. I've spent hours scouring the site to bring you the fairest prices on the hottest products. 

Whether you need a new reed diffuser or dinner plate, you'll find it for less in the Anthropologie New Year Sales.

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Anthropologie New Year sales FAQs

Why is Anthropologie so expensive?

When shopping for premium products, you can't be surprised by a premium price tag. Many Anthropologie pieces are hand-crafted by artisans from organic materials. Compared to some of the more budget home stores, Anthropologie might seem expensive, but that's all the more reason to take advantage of their seasonal sales. 

When will New Year sales end?

New Year sales tend to taper off towards the middle of January. If you're looking to save big on home goods, you won't have to wait long: I expect to see major discounts on indoor and outdoor furniture for MLK Day and President's Day in the next month or two.

Final thoughts

Anthropologie isn't the only home store offering deep discounts on furniture and decor. When you take advantage of the best Wayfair New Year sales, you could save hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars on indoor and outdoor furniture.

Alex David
Head of eCommerce

As Head of eCommerce, Alex makes sure our readers find the right information to help them make the best purchase. After graduating from Cambridge University, Alex got his start in reviewing at the iconic Good Housekeeping Institute, testing a wide range of household products and appliances. He then moved to BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine, assessing gardening tools, machinery, and wildlife products. Helping people find true quality and genuine value is a real passion.