The holidays are over, but that doesn’t mean that that you can’t still shower yourself with presents! Ikea is having an incredible winter sale which makes it easy to score beautiful furniture and home goods at cut-rate prices. But, you have to move fast if you don’t want to miss out on these sale items, as the discount days end on Sunday, Jan. 7.
You can find great deals online and in Ikea locations on everything from loveseats to dishes to bedframes to bookcases—some are up to 50 percent off.
Here are some of the deals you’ll find during this sale!
If you’re looking for new seating for your den, this ultra-modern black Klippan loveseat is an Ikea favorite with a nearly-perfect 5-star rating. It has been reduced from $399 to $199—yes, $200 off!
This walnut-veneer coffee table is discounted from $199 to $99, and it would be the perfect addition for anyone who likes a warm, natural style in their home.
Window coverings are also heavily discounted, with Sanela curtains going down from $69.99 to $39.99. These are another Ikea favorite with almost all 5-star reviews, so even though the coverings are very inexpensive, you know they will deliver on both form and function.
Many Ikea rugs are part of the winter sale, including this absolutely gorgeous handmade rug from India. Not only are the colors vibrant and made with 100 percent new wool, but it was woven by skilled craftspeople who were paid fair wages and given safe working conditions. A win-win all around. It is discounted from $139 to $79 and has a perfect five-star rating from online customers.
And, if one of your New Year’s resolutions for 2018 was to be more organized, than you are in luck. Ikea has many storage pieces on sale, including select items from the popular Trofast toy storage line. At prices this low, you can’t afford NOT to be organized!
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