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The best of the homeware sales

All of the bargains, none of the carrying

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Wheelie gin

Roll up, roll up, carrying your beverages from room-to-room is absolutely not on the agenda for 2018. Instead, we’d like to guide you towards this tulip-shaped drinks trolley from Atkin & Thyme, which has the combo of brass and marble that makes a home feel very luxe indeed. Good side table, but the wheels scream party time. Was £299, now £179, Atkin & Thyme

Display your jewels

Doorknobs work absolutely fine as makeshift jewellery hangers, but if you’re finding yourself in a bit of a tangle every morning, it may be time to invest in something a bit more purposeful. Oliver Bonas have a whole range of bling storage solutions in the sale, like this leather and marble get-up which comes in two sizes. Was £29, now £14.50, Oliver Bonas

See the light

The tripod stand of Urban Outfitters’ woven geometric floor lamp is basically a frame, so if you’re tight on space you can easily slot it behind furniture you already own, or tuck a storage basket beneath it. It’s a piece of art during the day, and casts a soft, even glow across your space when it’s back in lamp mode. Was £220, now £100, Urban Outfitters

Sink into pink

We thought we were over vintage pink. And we mostly are. But Made.com’s velvet Moby chair looks like something that we’ll love forever more. It’s loungey and lovely, with tapered copper legs and a squishy padded seat. Pop it in a corner next to your house plants and live out your wildest Pinterest dreams. Was £399, now £229, Made.com

Tick tock

If you’re looking for a charming and stereotype-obliterating watch (when are we not?), click play on Alice Seabright’s Pregnant Pause. This humdinger of a mini-movie has been screened at festivals the globe over and follows a young woman who learns she might be pregnant. The indecision and pragmatism that follows is frank, relatable and actually, quite funny.

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