Wayfair’s Big Furniture Sale Is On and These are the 10 Picks You Can’t Afford to Miss

published Jan 23, 2024
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Living room with sage/olive colored walls, gallery wall, black credenza, 2 peach armchairs with throw pillows, gray patterned rug, gray wardrobe/cabinet, patterned floor to ceiling curtains, sofa with patterned throw pillows, glass and gold oval coffee table
Credit: Erin Derby

We’re only a little under a month into 2024, and the sales are already bigger and better than ever. You would think that after all of the holiday deals, retailers would wait a bit longer to mark down prices, but we’re happy to report that that’s not the case. Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve seen West Elm, Pottery Barn, Walmart, and more of our favorite brands offering steep discounts on everything from sofas to organizers — and Wayfair is among them.

On a normal day, the one-stop shop for all things home is already our go-to for stylish, wallet-friendly pieces — but right now, you can save even more during their enormous “Big Furniture” sale. Trust us, any deal-loving shopper can’t miss it, but to make things easier on you, we’ve gathered some stylish items from every category. Some of them are going for up to 60% off, but only for a limited time. There’s no time to lose!

1 / 10
was $399.00

Speaking of timeless styles, check out this neutral armchair by Etta Avenue. The tufted back and glamorous gold legs make it look way more expensive than it is. In addition to looking luxe, though, it also offers a high-quality feel with foam-filled cushions.

2 / 10
was $879.99

Velvet couches have been having a moment for a while, so we’d wager that the look is here to stay. We’re all here for it, given how the material instantly gives a room an upscale vibe. This vintage-inspired piece doesn’t just look good, though — it also converts into ​​a twin-size bed for overnight guests.

3 / 10
was $659.98

A table and four chairs for under $400? That’s a hard deal to beat. You’d never guess its price based on how it looks — the chairs are velvet, and the table features a glass top with a structural, gold base.

4 / 10
was $387.00

The organic-shaped surface of this coffee table gives it an extra dose of visual interest. The cherry on top, in addition to its under-$150 sale price, is that it’s crafted from solid engineered wood, with flared, supportive legs.

5 / 10
was $320.00

A rug is a simple way to completely change or enhance the tone of a room, and this absolutely stunning option from Loloi’s collaboration with Rifle Paper Co. is guaranteed to give it a vintage-inspired, feminine flair. Plus, it’s made with the brand’s cozy CloudPile microfiber that feels especially soft underfoot.

6 / 10
was $89.99

Scalloped edges are the new “it” shape in interior design, according to the pros, and there’s no easier way to get the look than with a cozy quilt. It’s reversible and offers a classic stitch pattern with a soft microfiber surface, so it can function as a comforter alternative or a layering piece.

7 / 10
was $169.99

A stylish, boho entryway table that doubles as hidden shoe storage? Sign us up. The small drawer at the top can hold your keys and everyday essentials, while the two larger ones can contain up to 12 pairs of shoes combined. Still, its body is deceptively narrow, so it’s small-space-friendly.

8 / 10
was $204.00

If the modern or minimalist aesthetic is up your alley, you should consider adding this simple, yet interesting floor lamp to your space. There’s even a foot switch for added convenience.

9 / 10
was $348.00

The classic wrought iron bed frame will never go out of style, and it blends in seamlessly with any style, whether it be modern- or vintage-inspired. Available in black or white, this offering has nearly 30,000 perfect ratings, with many praising its sturdiness and easy assembly process.

10 / 10
was $37.99

Who says storage solutions have to be boring? Not us. These rattan baskets can organize your towels, bathroom essentials, snacks — you name it — all while elevating your space visually.