Anthropologie’s 20% Off Sale: What We Love Under $50

published Mar 17, 2017
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Anthro fans, you don’t need to be Irish to feel lucky today. The boho retailer is offering 20% off on full-price items. We picked out some of our fave finds under $50 so you can get yourself a little something something to refresh your home for spring.

The Anthro Days sale gives you 20% off full-price items when you use the code SPRINGPERK. You’ll have to log in on their site to use it, though—the sale for Anthro members only. But don’t worry, if you’re not part of their loyalty program, it’s free to sign up (and you also get a birthday treat, exclusive discounts, and invites to special events).

The 20% off sale prices are also valid in stores, in case you want to take some time and do some slow shopping.

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Tidal Pool Trinket Dish, $20-$24 + 20% off (Image credit: Anthropologie)

When it comes to shopping Anthro on a budget, you’ll notice that most of the under $50 items are in the kitchen and tableware categories. A pretty gold speckled dinner plate, a cheery blue juicer jug, some shiny copper flatware, or a geometric salt dish rendered in marble are just some of our finds. We’re also big fans of Vermont-based Farmhouse Pottery, and their charming nut bowl can be had for a little over $25 with the discount.

If your kitchen is already stocked, there are other things you can snag. If you’re looking for some unicorn style, there are some shiny trinket trays or a set of stemless wine glasses with a subtle soap bubble sheen.

Since the official start of spring is next week, we’d be remiss to not include some plant products. We’re loving the mid-century style of this brass planter, or you could go cheeky and get one shaped like a pineapple. Black thumbs, maybe a pretty watering can will prevent you from forgetting to keep those plants hydrated—or you can play it safe and skip the living organisms with a floral vase.