10 homewares sale you need to see this Black Friday 2017

Mia Steiber 24 November 2017 NEWS

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Here are some of the best home, furniture and decor sales this Black Friday.

Black Friday is well underway and there seem to be more sales than ever. In fact our Black Friday sales page has over 350 deals on it right now. We've been predicting that there would be some big sales on today but the day has exceeded our expectations.

There are some amazing fashion sales on today where we've seen discounts of 50% off and sometimes more. The tech space has seen some crazy sales too. And of course there are so many exciting sales in beauty right now - 15% off Sephora anyone?

But if you're more into homewares then today is your day. There are some super competitive bargain deals in the home and living space this year that is was hard to narrow it down to a top 10. If you're looking to save on home, decor, furniture and living this Black Friday, then read on to see the best deals on today. Or head to our main Black Friday sales page to see 350+ more sales.

Top homewares sales

  • House - Take an Extra 25% OFF on Everything, including Sale.
  • Brosa - $500 off over $3,000+ FREE shipping
  • Pottery Barn - Up to 60% off
  • Zanui - Spend and save. Save up to $100
  • William Sonoma - 20% off copper, 30% off cookware, 30% off outdoor

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