When you're refreshing home decor, Pottery Barn is always one of the best places to buy furniture. I always browse their collection of gorgeous and trendy furniture, accent decor, lighting, bedding, and more.
That's not only because they have an excellent collection of home furnishings but because they often have fantastic sales and deals on our favorite pieces for the home.
If you’re in the mood for an autumnal refresh, this weekend is one of the best times to shop Pottery Barn furniture, bedding, dining, and fall decor, as the home decor giant is offering up to 50% off select items online. Up ahead, we share some of our favorite pieces (and deals) from the sale section.
Pottery Barn Furniture Sale
Was $499, now $249 at Pottery Barn
Bar carts are the ultimate home accent piece, and this gorgeous cart is on sale in the silver color. Originally $499, the Skylar Metal Bar Cart is now on sale for $249, which is nearly 50% off. The cart features a tempered glass top with a mirror tray bottom shelf, and wheels so you can easily move it around your space as needed when hosting friends and family gatherings.
Was $349, now $174 at Pottery Barn
It’s no secret that bar stools can get expensive—but you can score some at a fraction of the cost this weekend. The Plymouth Woven Counter Stool is originally $349 a pop but currently on sale for $174 (or a set of two for $349, the original price of just one stool). This handwoven stool is constructed from durable resin fibers designed to look like trendy rattan and, unlike so many barstool styles, boasts a back rest for extra comfort.
Was $699, now $418.99 at Pottery Barn
If you’re looking for a new bookshelf for your space, you can find a luxe option in the Studio Bookshelf Ladder from Pottery Barn. The shelf comes in several finishes but, right now, the black option is on sale for $418.99, which is around $280 off the original price. The Pottery Barn bookshelf posts are constructed from durable and solid pine wood with lightweight MDF shelves to balance things out.
Pottery Barn Lighting Sale
Whether you own or rent, updating the light fixtures in your space can make a major difference in your home’s overall vibe—and it’s super easy. From pendant lights to accent lamps, Pottery Barn features stylish lighting options at a range of prices, including some stellar clearance designs, too.
Was $69-$129, now $40.99-$76.99 at Pottery Barn
Lanterns are a gorgeous way to add accent lighting to your space, whether you’re decorating an entryway, fireplace mantle, or outdoor area. We love the Careyes Handwozen Outdoor Lantern because it features a trendy rattan construction, comes in three different sizes for some added variety, and can be placed on the ground or hung from above for added ambiance.
Was $449, now $314 at Pottery Barn
The Stella Alabaster Dome Table Lamp is more like a work of art than a light fixture. This is one of Pottery Barn’s new pieces for the season and, for a limited time, it’s on sale for $135 off. The accent lamp is designed with a gorgeous steel base featuring a brass finish with an alabaster marble shade for an added touch of elegance.
Was $349, now $173.99 at Pottery Barn
The Vance Stone Table Lamp is another lighting option we have our eyes on this weekend, not only for its amazing sale price but its sleek and sultry style, too. The lamp is constructed from a gorgeous gray soapstone material in a mid-century Parisian-inspired silhouette and features a simple and sleek fabric shade (that you can totally switch out if you want something with a little more pizzazz).
Pottery Barn Dinnerware Sale
Fall is the season for taking things inside and hosting dinner parties with gorgeous spreads and tablescapes. Pottery Barn is one of the best places to find dinnerware pieces, whether you’re looking for plates and silverware, linens, or serving dishes.
Was $48, now $32.99 at Pottery Barn
One way to elevate your tablescape is by incorporating linen napkins—and these ones are so sweet. The set of four comes in a creamy linen color with embroidered phrases such as “I love you more” and “no, you’re my favorite” for an added trendy touch.
Was $59-$79, now $49.50-$69 at Pottery Barn
It’s not hosting season without a charcuterie board. The Chateau Handcrafted Acacia Wood Round Cheese & Charcuterie Boards come in three different colors – brown, white, and black – and are currently on sale for between $49.50 and $69, depending on the color you choose. This board is inspired by European antiques and designed to use for everything from pizza to cheese boards to spreads.
Was $129, now $89.99 at Pottery Barn
Add some stunning texture to your table with the Penny Crewel Embroidered Cotton Table Throw. This tablecloth is inspired by hand-embroidered textiles and constructed from 100% cotton material, and it boasts an elevated craftcore vibe without feeling too DIY.
Pottery Barn Bedding Sale
If your bedding is in need of a refresh, Pottery Barn’s sale has some amazing deals on bedding, including quilts, blankets, and pillows at a variety of prices. While some feel a little too summery (it is, after all, the best time to shop end-of-season sales), there are a few options on Pottery Barn’s website right now that could extend into autumn.
Was $299-$349, now $208.99-$243.99 at Pottery Barn
Quilted pieces are one of the biggest home decor trends of the season, and what better way to bring that into your space than with an actual quilt? The Larkin Handcrafted Quilt features a classic Americana design with a 100% cotton shell and lightweight yet ultra-warm polyester lining for that cozy, plush feel.
Was $149, now $89 at Pottery Barn
Get cozy this fall with the Chunky Handknit Throw Blanket from Pottery Barn. Originally $149 and on sale for $89, I can't get enough of this knit blanket's chunky texture. It's one of my favorite finds for tossing over the couch or styling at the foot of the bed as the nights get colder.
Was $69.50, now $33.99 at Pottery Barn
Throw pillows are a fun way to switch up your space for the season. The Marled Handcrafted Outdoor Throw Pillow works for both indoor and outdoor use and would be an excellent way to bring texture to your bedding as well as accent chairs and couches. The pillow is constructed from 100% recycled polyester sourced from up to 110 plastic water bottles, giving it an eco-friendly edge.
Pottery Barn Fall Decor Sale
Pottery Barn’s Halloween and fall collection is one of the most coveted (and viral) around. And, while there is still plenty of time to decorate for the autumn season, Pottery Barn is already offering discounts on some of their best-selling decor pieces, including pumpkins and wreaths.
Was $49-$79, now $39-$63 at Pottery Barn
Rattan is one of the biggest home decor trends at the moment, and this pumpkin makes it possible for you to bring that style into your fall decor. The pumpkin comes in a medium and large size and is constructed from a stylish woven rattan. Use it on its own as a chic accent piece or blend it with other Pottery Barn pumpkins (like the viral terracotta pumpkins) for indoor and outdoor decor.
Was $29.50-$59, now $23.50-$47 at Pottery Barn
If you want to add a touch of Halloween to your seasonal decor, the Metal Jack-O-Lantern Candleholder is a great way to add a nod to the spooky season without it feeling too gimmicky. This pumpkin candleholder comes in three different sizes and is constructed from a durable powder-coated black metal with a gold finish on the inside for a little inner glow.
Was $129-$149, now $103-$119 at Pottery Barn
This season, welcome guests with this adorable harvest-inspired pumpkin wreath from Pottery Barn. Also available in garland form, the wreath is constructed from twigs and branches and features gorgeous white maple leaf and pumpkin accents throughout. Additionally, it’s wired with fairy lights, so you can light it up for a touch of autumnal magic.
Pottery Barn FAQs
How long is this Pottery Barn sale lasting?
We're not sure. It varies by deal - some are just listed on markdown, where others have limited stock.
Are Pottery Barn and West Elm the same?
No, but they have the same parent company, Williams Sonoma. That's why some of the pieces look similar, though West Elm has a much more contemporary style. Pottery Barn tends to be slightly more expensive, but not by much.
Whether you’re shopping for new bar stools or want to add an accent piece such as a bar cart to your space, Pottery Barn is among the best places to shop furniture pieces. Pottery Barn furniture prices tend to run high compared to other popular home decor stores like Target and IKEA. However, the pieces are ultra-durable and built to last—and they often go on sale.
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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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