Normally The Daily Dealer covers deals on different types of furniture and decor ranging from couches and chairs to lighting and end tables. So when we found out that Amazon was having a sale on pretty much EVERY type of furniture with items up to 50% their retail price, we knew that we had to share our findings. By clicking here, you can see all of the deals for yourself, but as always we here at The Daily Dealer are willing to share a few of the best deals we have found.
- Looking for some extra seating or storage for your sitting area? This stylish beige ottoman features traditional mid-century design with plush diamond tufting and a classy nailhead trim. Normally over $120, this ottoman is currently on sale for $30 off its normal price.
- This handsomely discounted apothecary-style chest has endless possibilities for use and decor. Use for displaying and storing glasses and china in a dining room, or as a bookcase in a living space or office. The distressed grey oak finish gives it a rustic casual style, and at almost 50 percent off MSRP, buying it now can save you $350.
- Minimalist lamps nowadays are all the rage. Yet, it’s exceedingly rare today to find modern-style lamps at an affordable price. That’s why this lamp, on sale for just $76 is such a steal! Aside from its beautiful steel (pardon the wordplay) finish, its dimmer switch allows for maximum control and style for lighting in any room!
As we stated above, these are just a few great deals based on furniture we liked, but given that there are thousands of dollars in savings up in the air, with over 100 discounted furniture and decor items on sale for this President’s weekend, we strongly encourage you to click here and view some of the savings for yourself!
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