Happy Almost Weekend—West Elm Is Having a One-Day Only Sale

published Mar 14, 2019
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Hot take: March is the worst month. It’s almost spring but it’ll feel like winter until April, everything in your wardrobe starts to feel blah, and you really wish that adults could get a built-in spring break. Oh, and Mercury is in retrograde–watch out! In an effort to offset the general blandness of the month, I’m happy to report that West Elm is having a surprise Premier Day sale, which is the perfect excuse to engage in some retail therapy and refresh your home. For today only, hundreds of items are discounted by up to 70 percent, plus you can get 20 percent off everything else and free shipping with code EARNEDIT. All brands in the West Elm family (including Pottery Barn and Williams Sonoma) are participating. Since you’ve definitely earned it, we’ve put together a roundup of our favorite discounted picks from West Elm–check them out below, and browse the entire sale here.

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Souk Wool Rug, $238.99 for 5’x8′ (originally $399)

Part of the recipe for a perfectly Instagrammable living room, this Beni Ourain-styled rug is a trendy and versatile decor choice. Made from 100 percent wool and finished with braided tassels, this rug has seven different color options for the zigzag pattern–if you’re sick of the classic black and cream look, check it out in pink or blue. A West Elm bestseller for good reason, this rug adds detail to any room and looks really good with any color scheme.

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Pastel Speckle Mug, $6 (originally $10)

Now that it’s March and spring is “allegedly” around the corner, we’re getting excited about color. Grays and whites and muted palettes are lovely, but after months of dull days it feels time to pay attention to the rest of the rainbow. These mugs are a start, coming in four different colorblocked designs and finished with a glossy glaze. Grab a couple of the same pattern, or go for all four–these mugs stand out on their own or complement each other as a group.

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Henry Sofa, $629 (originally $899)

It’s no secret that we love the Henry Sofa at AT . It’s compact, unassuming, and relatively budget-friendly (especially with that discount). It’s also totally customizable, with over 50 upholstery options and colors to choose from, making it a classic that you can truly make your own. At 76 inches in length, it’s a solid choice for apartment living but not so small that you can’t take it with you as you grow into larger spaces.

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Wood + Glaze Tray, $49.99 (originally $69)

Trays might seem a little unnecessary on the surface, but get creative and you’ll find tons of uses for them. Place them on your coffee table to keep your books, coasters, and remotes contained, or use them as a catchall spot for your entryway console. Keep them in your bedroom as a safe spot for drinking tea in bed, or have them display your bathroom toiletries next to your sink. This West Elm tray is a good pick for achieving any of those functions, and adds a modern touch to any space.

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TENCEL Cotton Matelasse Duvet Cover, $106.99 for a Queen (originally $179)

Love all-white bedding but want a little texture and detail? Consider this duvet cover made from a combo of organic cotton and Tencel, a material made from cellulose found in wood pulp. Considered to be more breathable than cotton, this duvet is both super soft and light enough to keep you from feeling hot during the night. The matelasse weave adds a touch of extra texture, creating the ultimate cozy look for your bedroom. Shams are sold separately (on sale for $25.99), and the whole set comes in four different colors.  

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Black Gallery Frames (Set of 4), $52.99 (originally $89)

If you want to start a gallery wall but aren’t totally confident about where to begin, check out this set of four black frames. You can choose a bundle of assorted sizes, or go for four of the same 13-inch square frames depending on your gallery wall vision. Either way, you’ll get frames with removable white mats and tempered glass, perfect for displaying whatever art or photographs you have. If you’re not feeling the set, you can also purchase individually and have more control over the look of your wall.