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Lots of Stuff for Your Home Is Up to 80 Percent Off at Wayfair

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Starting today, Wayfair is bringing back its Way Day sale. You can think of it as the home-furnishing site’s answer to Prime Day: It’s a major, sitewide blowout with thousands of discounts on furniture, bedding, kitchen appliances, bathroom hardware, décor, and more — all up to 80 percent off. Wayfair’s sister sites, AllModern, Birch Lane, and Joss & Main, will be participating with their own sales today and tomorrow. Their selections are a bit more curated, so you may want to peruse those instead if Way Day is overwhelming. But we’ve done a lot of the hard work by cherry-picking some of our favorite deals for every room in the house, so scroll on to get in on the action. You can see absolutely everything the site has on sale here — but don’t dillydally, as all the discounts end tomorrow at midnight.

For the living room

A Knoll-like sleeper sofa for a fraction of the price.

This tufted bed is nice enough to leave out when company comes over — or even use as a floor pillow if you don’t have a dog.

To treat your fur baby like the royalty they are.

A very fabulous velvety armchair, complete with an accompanying stool that can be tucked away when not in use.

This mid-century-modern-inspired lounge chair comes in four upholstery options.

Here’s a heated massage chair to enter ultimate relaxation mode after a long day.

For the kitchen

Backless saddle-seat stools make any island or breakfast nook look like a bed-and-breakfast.

This combination pressure cooker–air fryer from Ninja is big enough to cook a whole chicken.

For organizing pantry essentials — complete with a built-in label plate.

If you’re moving away from labels — or just want to display your dry goods for the aesthetic — these canisters would be a nice addition to the pantry.

Some colorful knives from Cuisinart (and blade guards for each) for just $30.

And here’s a complete knife set from one of our favorite brands.

The Brave Little Toaster, all grown up.

For the dining room

A pair of versatile and Scandi-inspired dining chairs.

Made of both wood and metal, these chairs are a touch more dramatic.

Or some industrial-style seating in three faux-leather upholstery options.

Diagonal wood paneling adds some visual interest to this mid-century-inspired sideboard. If you don’t have a fireplace, a sideboard is the perfect place to display holiday décor.

For the bedroom

A Victorian-esque bed frame that’s just $160 for a queen.

Or if you’d like a padded headboard, this maximalist frame is both affordable and fun.

A comforter set from Eddie Bauer for a rustic-cabin vibe.

This sheet set will appease the “Baby Shark” lover …

… While this would be nice for slightly older kids.

From $250

Here’s an industrial nightstand with a perforated door to hide clutter.

A very nice-looking sconce that swivels — perfect for adjusting light to read in bed.

This waterproof and machine-washable mattress bed claims to protect against spills and allergens like dust mites.

This affordable memory-foam mattress has medium firmness and low motion transfer, so you won’t be woken by a particularly flip floppy partner.

This bunk bed breaks apart once the kids are old enough for their own rooms.

For the bathroom

A foldable — and darn cute — bamboo laundry hamper that’s great for small spaces.

A rain shower adds a touch of luxury to any bathroom.

This shower filter promises to reduce chlorine, control scale, and inhibit bacterial growth.

In case you’re in the market for a full vanity set, this one is fairly compact.

For the office

Daylight savings is in just a few week, so you’ll want to stock up on as many lights as possible. (And it doesn’t hurt that this one’s pretty.)

In case you still haven’t gotten a task chair for your work-from-home setup.

And one you’ll want to show off at every Zoom meeting.

If you don’t have a dedicated office, this desk can be tucked into a spare corner of the living room.

For the patio and outdoors

Adirondack chairs are one of the few pieces of furniture that skirt design trends. And this one is resistant to water, rust, and harsh sunlight.

Or if you’d prefer a plastic option, this comes in a variety of colors.

Make your own nutrient-rich soil with this composter for just $67.

Another $100 find: A saucer swing that can fit two small children.

This outdoor rug can also work in an entryway or mudroom.

For home improvement

An interior-designer-approved doorknob that comes in six finishes.

An easy home-improvement project (that you can do in a weekend) is upgrading your door handles. These only look expensive.

Matte-black hardware is never a bad idea, since it hides fingerprints.

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Lots of Stuff for Your Home Is Deeply Discounted at Wayfair