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Now through Sunday, Anthropologie is cutting prices by 20% on all — yes, you read that right — all of its regularly-priced home goods, from furniture to decorative objects to outdoor accents. That means right now is an awesome chance to score backyard furniture, beach towels, and other summertime seasonal items at a discount, without having to wait for Labor Day sales.
We’ve gathered a dozen of the best Anthropologie deals in our virtual shopping cart below, for your consideration. Now we just need to order the perfect pool float to round out our summer home in style. Remember: everything below is 20% off the regular price if you purchase by Sunday, June 17.
This might be the ultimate backyard lounge chair (regular price $448). The weather-resistant weave creates a graphic pop that delivers retro flair without kitsch, while the aerodynamic shape gives you the most comfortable seat in (or out of) the house.
Whether your garden has taken over the entire front of your house or is just one or two pots on the windowsill, this copper-hued watering can with a bamboo-wrapped handle (regular price $48) is pretty enough to leave out between waterings.
Give your next barbecue some added ambiance with this weatherproof Bluetooth speaker (regular price $98). This cube will crank the tunes for up to four hours per charge, and it can be lit up in one of seven different LED colors.
Avoid sunburn in style by hanging out under this vibrant blue patio umbrella (regular price $228) — the fringed edge gives it a lived-in, bohemian vibe.
Even though the days are getting longer, you have to go to bed eventually. Slide into slumber with the help of this bergamot-and-spice-scented soy-wax candle (regular price $26) wrapped in a celestial metal sleeve.
The pineapple is a universal symbol of hospitality, so this cheery coir doormat (regular price $42) welcomes guests with open arms before they even ring the doorbell.
Who says wicker can’t be cool? This might be the perfect patio bar cart (regular price $748), with its trio of glass shelves, bottle rack and storage for glasses, all in weather-resistant rattan.
Filled with snacks or fruit, this tiered marble and wood stand (regular price $98) will add an elegantly rustic note to a party or picnic table.
This weather-resistant, indoor-outdoor side table (regular price $248) is a perfect marriage of bold, geometric lines rendered in simple, minimalist white ceramic.
Give your entryway some pop with this dramatic mirror (regular price $298). Nearly three feet in diameter, it combines a quartet of circles into a vaguely floral motif that winks at Mid-century mod styling without being over-the-top.
Just looking at a hammock (regular price $118) conjures up images of lazy summer days; here, bright pink, old-school rope attachments and a macrame-inspired fringe bring the laid-back vibe home.
We are seriously obsessed with this ceramic strawberry hanging flower pot (regular price $24). Fill it with succulents for a one-of-a-kind “stem.”
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