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There Are Only a Few Hours Left of Wayfair’s Way Day Sale

May happens to be one of the most popular times to pack up apartments – it’s even been dubbed “National Moving Month” — so if you’re in the same boat (or just sniffing out some cheap home deals), Wayfair’s 24-hour Way Day Sale might be of interest — it’s the site’s equivalent of Amazon’s Prime Day. We perused the major discounts on furniture, mattresses, kitchen appliances, and décor, and rounded up some of the best home goods to shop before the sale ends, including a sheet set marked down from $346 to $45 and a gel mattress that used to be $1,000 (it’s now $200). But hurry — there are only a few hours left.

A low-to-the-ground nightstand that would pair well with a short-legged bed frame — but note that this one’s on flash sale, so you have less than two hours left to take advantage of the 71 percent discount.

A solid dupe for this plastic Eames chair, at a fraction of the price (and $92 gets you a pair of them, which is an even better deal).

An upholstered loveseat for an entryway or small living room, one that we’ve written about before.

Editor Katy Schneider recently bought some similar sheepskin rugs to drape over some less-than-comfortable mid-century-modern chairs; they look just as nice laid out on the floor as an accent rug.

Woven baskets are really having a moment these days, and these ones have extra storage space for linens, toys, or knicknacks.

A trompe l’oeil table lamp that will be a conversation starter at the housewarming party.

If you’re in the market for a robo-vacuum that has mopping capabilities.

A hygienic motion-sensor trash can that will be an upgrade to any plastic option.

A really great deal on these expensive 1,000-thread count sheets.

Not bad for a gel-infused memory foam mattress like this (that has great reviews, too).

And another super-reviewed gel memory-foam option that’s 84 percent off — if you’ve been waiting to upgrade yours.

An easy fix for any large kitchen that doesn’t have much countertop space.

A stacked 17-piece knife set that’s 70 percent off the original price.

And a Cuisinart appliance that is truly the best of both worlds: it’s one part toaster oven and one part air fryer.

A large-volume coffee maker for a family of coffee fiends.

Maybe not a necessity, but a nice thing to own when you want to relax on a camping trip.

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There Are Only a Few Hours Left of Wayfair’s Way Day Sale