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Walking into West Elm is like perusing a real-life midcentury modern Pinterest board. Geometric-patterned rugs, tapered wood legs, flat-panel cabinetry, metal hardware—the brand is known for its look, and does it well. But the retailer also regularly partners with artisans and local makers (Bolé Road Textiles, Virginia Sin, Morrow Soft Goods), as well as designers and illustrators (Sarah Sherman Samuel, Walker Noble) to release unique or limited-edition collections.
A few of these collaborations are actually hanging out in the clearance section right now—this gorgeous set of stemware designed with Diego Olivero, for instance, is nearly half off its original price, catching our eye as a top deal this week—and hundreds of other select items are up to 70% off. So, we took a deep dive into the Spring Refresh Sale to unearth even more scores, then categorized our finds below by price range.
For $50 and Less
When it comes to a solid taper holder, we’re not asking for much—a sturdy base, an eye-catching silhouette, and just the right height. At just $10 a piece, this one delivers on all of that and more. While its white counterpart is no longer available, the black earthenware glaze offers modern appeal and a hint of contrast to your tabletop spread or an ambient glow atop a mantel.
The quilted front of this cover adds a handcrafted detail to asymmetric stripes in a fun burst of primary colors. As a cotton-and-linen blend, this one is safe to add to the wash during a gentle cycle; just tumble dry it on low afterwards. P.S. We think both this cheerful Crewel Botanic Forms cover and Walker Noble Kuba cover deserve an honorable mention; each are just slightly higher in price.
Nothing may feel more luxe than sipping from a ribbed vessel, and these fluted acrylic glasses take the party outside. An exclusive design with Aaron Probyn, serve drinks in these at any patio gathering (or an indoors one likely to get rowdy). The matching pitcher is on sale, too.
For $200 and Less
Handwoven in Ethiopia, Bolé Road Textiles are made by New York-based designer Hana Getachew, and this vibrant, 100% cotton bed runner is currently 32% off. Rather than layering with a throw blanket (especially if you sleep hot at night), this lightweight piece offers a pop of color without adding weight or warmth to your setup.
This artisan-made area rug is a longtime bestseller at West Elm. Handwoven wool offers durability and softness underfoot, and a 4-by-6-foot option is now less than $200. We love how the earthy geometric pattern looks over a larger, neutral jute rug. It’s a versatile piece we’ve seen past purchasers on Instagram successfully place in living rooms, dining rooms, and bedrooms.
The Mitzi nightstand delivers on the same streamlined look of more expensive options in fun pops of color. The single drawer offers a bit of storage without soaking up too much square footage, especially if the space between your bed and wall is tight.
This trendy velvet quilt is just $176 for a queen, and while there are eight different lush shades to choose from, our eyes are on the glamorous Golden Oak. We first spotted this sumptuous sleep companion during the brand’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale, and are delighted to see it discounted again.
For $500 and Less
A splurge-worthy find, this Sarah Sherman Samuel-designed flushmount for West Elm Kids is easily one of the cutest boob light replacements we’ve ever seen. Scalloped ceramic and brass surround a milky bulb for soft light that would suit a child’s bedroom or fancy powder room, in our opinion.
When fashion designer Mara Hoffman’s collab with West Elm first dropped, Domino editors were swooning over all the tall vases, perfect for styling oversize branches. And although we couldn’t clock any of those ceramics on sale, we did come across this shearling pouf. It has all the markings of comfy-cozy extra seating.
One of our favorite dinnerware sets is also on sale—this farmhouse-inspired stoneware is just $210. In the 20-piece assortment, you’ll get plates, cereal bowls, pasta bowls, and mugs. We’re drawn to its exposed clay rims, soft color scheme, and dappled exterior.
For $1,000 and Less
We love a good swivel chair, and while this boucle version at West Elm isn’t a part of the current promotion, another bestseller—the Viv—is. It offers more discounted fabric coverings, upwards of $70, and for a limited time the savings vary, costing you as little as $629. You’ll just have to check all your options out for the best deal.
We love the look of this TV stand’s slatted drawers made from solid, mahogany wood. Upon opening, you’ll find four cord cutouts to keep your tech eyesores—from WiFi routers to streaming players and smart home devices—out of sight.
Secret storage is our love language here at Domino, and we adore furniture that pulls double duty. This velvet-covered bench looks cozy enough to lay out on, and deep enough to tuck away extra throws that you need to stash for cooler weather.
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