West Elm Is Having a Can’t-Miss Sale on Furniture and Decor — See Our Top Picks

published Oct 7, 2022
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We’re nearing that time of year when, for seemingly two straight months, it’s nothing but holiday and end-of-year sales. If you get as excited for the winter season as I do, you’ve likely been saving up for your next big-ticket purchase and waiting for those post-Halloween and Thanksgiving markdowns to hit. Whether you’re in the market for a new bed frame, collapsible dining table, or fall-themed decor, shopping is so much more exciting when you find an unbeatably good deal. But I’ll let you in on a secret: The sales have already begun, and this weekend is the perfect time to pick up some new furniture. You have to stop by West Elm’s site, where you can find all sorts of discounted items right now, including the ones I just listed. This retailer is well-known for its luxurious home goods (and prices to match!), so read on to see our top picks from this can’t-miss event.

1 / 10
West Elm
was $899.00

Not only does this mid-century media console look impossibly stylish, but it also has substantial shelving, as well as sliding doors to conceal whatever you choose to store inside. Small cutouts in the back allow you to snake electrical cords through, so they don't dangle awkwardly off the back of the console and get tangled. Of course, you don't have to place your TV on it; you can also use this versatile piece as a basic credenza.

2 / 10
West Elm
was $3298.00

Our Best List writer actually tested the Haven sectional, herself, and scored it highly in terms of comfort, nap-ability, and customizability. I mean, you can practically feel how plush it is just by looking at its overstuffed cushions. In terms of customization, you can choose everything down to the fabric, seat style, and configuration of this piece and really make it your own.

3 / 10
West Elm
was $85.00

Halloween decor doesn't have to look like it was made in a kindergarten classroom. This set of amber-colored glass pumpkins looks classy and refined while still bringing that autumnal spirit to your living space. Because they're not spooky or over-the-top, you can keep these pumpkins on display long after Halloween, so they're well worth the money. They also come in blue and clear.

4 / 10
West Elm
was $799.00

Maybe you want more interesting living room seating but don't want to splurge on a new couch. In that case, accent chairs are a great way to switch things up. You can get this swivel chair for as little as $640, a significant markdown from its original $800 price tag. The chair comes in a variety of fabrics and has a rounded back to give you plenty of support. And, of course, it spins!

5 / 10
West Elm

No formal dining room? No problem. This box frame table has collapsible leaves, so it can fit into the smallest of spaces and expand when needed. Use it as a makeshift desk, dinner spot, or little entertainment area. No only is it highly practical, but this rectangular table also looks chic in an industrial, Scandi-inspired sort of way. We won't be surprised if this becomes your favorite part of the home.

6 / 10
West Elm
was $649.00

Depending on which fabric you choose for these upholstered dining chairs, you can get two for as little as $520. They certainly look more expensive than that with their clean silhouette and bronze legs. Their backs lie at an obtuse angle, so you won't be forced to sit rigidly upright at the dinner table. And padded seats provide comfort for your behind, as well.

7 / 10
West Elm
was $79.00

If your living room looks barren both in terms of color and decor, plop one of these super soft herringbone throws on the sofa. It's available in six neutral and bright colors, so you can opt for the yellow or orange version if you want to liven the place up. The blanket's brushed material is heavy and thick, so it'll keep you cozy during naps. And the tassels on the ends are a fun detail.

8 / 10
West Elm
was $1529.00

Give your bed a soft, inviting appearance with this upholstered bed frame, which is available in your choice of woven, velvet, or other textured fabric. It looks especially serene in white, making it easy to avoid clashing colors with the sheets and duvet. The bed frame's platform construction provides plenty of support for your mattress, and it definitely looks more sophisticated than a basic box spring.

9 / 10
West Elm
was $499.00

This stunning raffia nightstand adds some warmth to your room with its handwoven beige drawers and bronze fixtures. Its white foundation, however, keeps things minimal and calm. The piece has two deep pull-out drawers for plenty of storage, so you can keep anything from electronics to reading materials inside. The nightstand is the perfect example of understated glamour.

10 / 10
West Elm
was $50.00

If you're not into loud decor, check out this simple ceramic vase, which comes in multiple shapes and sizes, including this jug form for half off. Its off-white surface has a slightly grainy texture, but a glazed finish adds a nice shine over top. Although this vase can't hold water, you can dress it up with some faux olive branches, pampass grass, or other plant of your choosing.