World Market Is Having a Huge Furniture Sale Right Now, but It Won’t Last Long

There are few things in this life that give me as much pleasure as shopping for furniture for my apartment. I keep an open mind with regard to aesthetics; I only have a few simple rules. One, never pay full price for a piece of furniture. Two, make sure that each piece in your home is functional but also has a unique quality about it. And three, if a piece you’ve had your eye on is finally on sale, don’t overthink: Just go for it. 

All of this considered, you can imagine how thrilling it was to learn that from now until November 16, World Market is having a huge furniture sale, with select pieces offered up to 30 percent off. World Market designers and buyers source inspiration from all over the globe, which means that each piece — whether it’s an accent chair, a kitchen table, or even a basic shelf — has a special something. Browsing through the sale page, it might even be difficult to decide which mid-century modern cabinet to buy, as each of them has unique characteristics that add a pop of unique design to any room. 

The sale includes furniture across categories, including sofas, sectionals, armchairs, kitchen tables, shelves, coffee tables, cabinets, and more. Depending on what sort of aesthetic you’re into, there’s also a range of styles available, from industrial and modern to vintage-inspired and classic. If you’re looking to replace your living room furniture, the sofas, sectionals, and armchairs on sale are particularly fun to shop; there’s a variety of colors, textiles, and styles to choose from. If you’re all set on major pieces and simply want to add a final touch, the collection of coffee tables and accent tables on sale might be just what you need to bring the room together.

While I highly encourage sitting down and taking the time to browse through everything World Market has to offer, I also know that when it comes to great deals, time is of the essence. Below, check out my absolute favorite picks from the sale — and hurry up and grab them before they all sell out. 

Best Chairs on Sale

  • Mid Century Armless Huxley Chair, $379.99 (orig. $429.99)
  • Natural Rattan Ian Chair, $183.99 (orig. 229.99)
  • Green Mid Century Tufted Shay Chair, $359.99 (orig. $479.99)
  • Mid Century Isaac Chair and Ottoman Set, $337.49 (orig. $449.99)
  • Teal Green Sophie Upholstered Swivel Chair, $319.99 (orig. $399.99)

Best Sofas & Sectionals on Sale

  • Gray Brenden Sofa Bed, $699.99 (orig. $899.99)
  • Kennedy 6 Piece Square Modular Sectional Sofa With Ottoman, $3,262.49 (orig. $4,349.99)
  • Blue Tufted Maya Sofa, $674.99 (orig. $899.99)
  • Midnight Blue Buckner Sofa, $749.99 (orig. $999.99)
  • Graphite Woven Noelle Sofa and Ottoman, $649.99 (orig. $799.99)

Best Shelving & Cabinets on Sale

  • Tall Gold Milayan Shelf, $299.99
  • Golden Brown Wood Chevron Navu Media Cabinet, $412.49 (orig. $549.99)
  • Small Wood Mid Century James Etagere Shelf, $299.99 (orig. $399.99)
  • Walnut Brown Wood Ashleyn Bookshelf, $224.99 (orig. $299.99)
  • Wood And Brass inlay Dustin Cabinet, $412.49 (orig. $549.99)

Best Kitchen & Dining Tables on Sale

  • Rectangular Glass And Wood Mid Century Joel Dining Table, $449.99 (orig. $599.99)
  • Round Gray Pine Wood Lisette Dining Table, $749.99 (orig. $999.99)
  • Galvin Cafeteria Table, $559.99 (orig. $799.99)
  • Live Edge Wood Sansur Dining Table, $674.99 (orig. $899.99)
  • Square Wood Mid Century Joel Dining Table, $337.49 (orig. $449.99)

Best Coffee Tables on Sale

  • Round Milayan Coffee Table With Shelf, $247.49 (orig. $329.99)
  • Wood Slice Coffee Table, $183.99 (orig. $229.99)
  • Live Edge Wood Sansur Coffee Table, $239.99 (orig. $299.99)
  • Pine Wood Abril Coffee Table With Drawer, $247.99 (orig. $329.99)
  • Round Gold Hammered Metal Cala Coffee Table,$247.99 (orig. $329.99)

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