Pottery Barn’s End-of-Season Sale Is On — Here Are the 10 Deals That You Can’t Afford to Miss

published Mar 25, 2024
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Other than the fact that spring weather has arrived, there’s even more to celebrate as the new season begins: Tons of retailers are throwing major sales. Amazon’s first-ever Big Spring Sale started last week, and Walmart’s Super Spring Savings event is still in full swing. If you’ve been wanting to refresh your living room or update your bedding, this is your sign to grab the items on your wish list while they’re marked down. (And check out our handy shopping guides while you’re at it!)

While Amazon’s event comes to an end later today, there’s another sale running for a few days that you can take advantage of: Pottery Barn’s epic End-of-Season Sale. Editor-favorite finds, including noise-reducing blackout curtains, and a small-space-friendly sofa, and more are up to 50% off. We scoured the website for all of the best furniture and decor deals on offer — scroll for our 10 picks!

1 / 10
Pottery Barn
was $24.50

The brand’s 100% cotton towels are designed to keep their color and remain soft over time. Further, they’re contract grade, meaning they’ve met rigorous testing standards and will hold up for a long time.

2 / 10
Pottery Barn
was $109.00

Senior commerce editor Alicia has been using these blackout curtains for over a year. She says that unlike a lot of other options on the market, these have a surprisingly stylish appearance. “But most importantly, it blocks out that too-bright floodlight [outside of her bedroom window] completely,” she added. “The curtains do muffle the sound a bit — like my neighbor letting her dog out at 6 a.m.”

3 / 10
Pottery Barn
was $179.00

Alicia is also a fan of this cozy throw blanket, which she says feels like real fur, despite being faux. “As someone who misses having a furry friend around, combined with the slight weight this blanket has, it feels like there is a small animal keeping me warm on my couch,” she praised.

4 / 10
Pottery Barn
was $2999.00

Out of 17 options she tested in person, shopping writer Nikol deemed the Carmel sofa the best for small spaces. It comes in six widths, including a 74-inch loveseat. “Even if you select the narrowest option, you still get deep seats for reclining and medium-soft cushions for both comfort and support,” she wrote.

5 / 10
Pottery Barn
was $399.00

This top-selling rug also earned a spot in Alicia’s apartment, and it offers the feeling of a shag rug without looking like one. In short, it’s “super-soft but also stylish and easy to vacuum.”

6 / 10
Pottery Barn
was $249.00

This lamp will instantly elevate your space with its industrial look and bronze or gold finish. Its body is adjustable, so the small version can extend from 24.5 to 28 inches. There’s even a built-in USB port for charging your phone!

7 / 10
Pottery Barn
was $699.00

The Tanner coffee table is a bestseller for a reason — its open design and glass top will make your space seem bigger, and the lower shelf creates ample storage.

8 / 10
Pottery Barn
was $499.00

Whether you use it as a dining chair or an armchair, this rattan piece will add a natural, boho vibe to your space. Its cushion is removable and made of performance fabric, so it’ll hold up should anything be spilled on it.

9 / 10
Pottery Barn
was $149.00

Though they’re especially suited for fall and winter, flannel sheets are great for cold sleepers. The material is thick and soft, and the plaid print will pair perfectly with any solid color bedding.

10 / 10
Pottery Barn
was $598.00

With spring’s recent arrival, it’s an ideal time to get your outdoor setup in order. Available as a set or individually, the Indio Collection chair offers a clean, simple look that’ll make your patio more stylish and comfortable.