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Lots of Expensive-Looking Home Accessories and Furniture Are on Sale: From Hay to Wayfair

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Since your home is now doubling as an office, a gym, and everything in between, we figured it might be nice to pick up some home accessories and furniture to zhuzh up and organize your space. So, we’ve rounded up the best of today’s internet home sales, including a set of room-transforming doorknobs from Wayfair’s home renovation sale, a couple of under-$200 (but expensive-looking) World Market desk chairs, and some home office goods from Hay that are 15 percent off. It’s also the final day to get an extra 25 percent off kicky home goods at Anthropologie’s spring home décor and furniture sale, so if a pastel throw or some Clare V. pillows catch your eye, don’t dillydally.

Lots of home renovation items are on sale right now at Wayfair, including this twin set of designer-recommended Schlage doorknobs, which are an easy way to transform a stale-feeling room.

A sleek set of glass storage jars with bamboo lids, for displaying your new collection of dried beans in style.

We’ve described these Element dinner plates from World Market as a less-expensive dupe for Year and Day dinnerware. And right now, these blush plates are even cheaper than usual (down to $4.75 a plate from their usual price tag of $8 each).

If you’re looking for a home desk for your small (read: New York City) apartment, this walnut-hued pick doubles as a wall ladder-like set of shelves.

This matte, ceramic planter comes with an acacia wood stand, so it’s ideal for showcasing a statement plant.

At under-$200, this soft, warm-green chair with gold accents deserves a place in our roundup of cheap but expensive-looking chairs.

This space-saving book tower looks very similar to the professional organizer-recommended Story Bookshelf from Design Within Reach for a fraction of the price.

Another under-$200 statement chair for your home office, this one with in brown “leather.”

Since all of your after-work drinks will be served at home for the foreseeable future might we recommend this three-tier gold bar cart, which interior designer Alessandra Wood says will “add a touch of glimmer” to any room.

Use the checkout code GOODNESS to get 10 percent off on any Boll & Branch products — like this best-selling sheet set — and the bedding company will put 10 percent of the purchase proceeds towards funding their coronavirus emergency medical operations donations.

Today is the final day of Anthropologie’s spring home décor and furniture sale, meaning it’s your last chance to get 25 percent off (automatically at checkout) on a bunch of floral-patterned and pastel-toned home décor, like this pale pink throw.

Some “French countryside-scented” candles from the Clare V. for Anthropologie homeware collaboration delighted us last week, and this week we have our eye on these embroidered, jute statement pillows.

You can sit in this bistro-style chair while you send emails or eat breakfast (or both).

If you want to make your studio apartment feel a little more like an estate, all of the towels in Ralph Lauren’s Bowery line — from washcloths to bath towels — are 30 percent off at One Kings Lane right now.

A bunch of home-office supplies are 15 percent off at Hay’s home workspace sale —like these stainless steel scissors that come with a stand.

According to Connie Blumhardt, publisher of Roast magazine, the “sleek design and neutral color schemes” of this Strategist-favorite, porcelain coffee maker will almost make you feel like you’re in Europe.

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Lots of Expensive-Looking Home Décor Are on Sale