Wayfair’s Way Day is on now! I always feel like I get a great deal from Wayfair, but with sales up to 80% off, this is a great time to save even more. Here are some of my top tried-and-true Wayfair picks to keep an eye out for!
So many of my favorite things from around my home have come from Wayfair and I’ve always had a great experience ordering from them, especially for larger items. Way day (April 27 and 28th) is a great time to save even more at Wayfair, especially if there’s something that you’ve been meaning to order anyway. Here are my top picks!
All-Weather Adirondack chairs: I bought these last year for the front porch and I just thank myself for making that choice all the time. I have them in the white, which goes in and out of stock frequently because they’re so popular, but the sand color is a lovely option too! I hate to admit it, but I was wiping everything down on the porch for the first time this season a few days ago and I found that these chairs looked even nicer after a long winter than our expensive brand-name all-weather coffee table that we bought from a local garden centre. These chairs are just perfect.
Round coffee table: We’ve had this for a couple of years now and I’m still so happy with it. It’s sturdy, easy-to-clean, and the gold is a beautiful color. I also love the black version if you have a more modern/modern farmhouse style home.
Demi-lune console table: My exact table is sold out, but Wayfair always has a great selection of classic, solid demi-lune tables at the best prices I’ve seen. You can’t go wrong with this style of table. It’s a piece that never goes out of style. I like this one a lot too for a bit of a smaller wall. The mirror pictured below has been sold out on Wayfair for quite awhile sadly. This is the one I would choose now if I needed a mirror for this table. I have a blank wall that I’m considering it for even though I don’t need it because I’ve been casually stalking it for about two years now, so it must be love. Ha!
Flushmount light fixture: We’re just finishing up a few little upgrades in our bedroom, which I’ll be able to share soon, but we recently installed this light fixture to replace our old one and I’m so happy with it. Much more expensive looking than it is and it really adds something special to the room without being totally in-your-face.
Tufted headboard: I bought ours about seven years ago now and I’m so happy to see they’re still carrying them because they are really so lovely, classic, and affordable. I couldn’t believe how nice it was for the price when it first came in and I’m still so happy with it. Didn’t mean to keep it for this long, but I honestly just see no need to replace it right now.
All-weather planters: I bought these square planters last spring. Just a timeless style and I love that they’ll be able to stay out year-round without needing any kind of maintenance. All-weather is the way to go for me these days! I have wood square planters as well and they need constant paint touch-ups.
Hobson glass doorknobs: I recently discovered that our interior doorknobs are available through Wayfair! Changing all of our doorknobs over to these was one of the best upgrades we’ve done on our home for that instant feel of “original charm”, but with doorknobs that actually work, unlike the old ones. 🙂
Weymouth bathroom faucets: You can never go wrong with a classic chrome faucet. We did all of our bathroom fixtures in the Weymouth line from Moen including the faucets, towel ring, cabinet hardware, tub filler, and towel bars and almost everything is available through Wayfair!
Blue and white umbrella stand (pictured above in our mudroom): I bought this originally because it was just a thing of beauty and I thought it was delightful to look at, but I’m thrilled to report that we actually use it too! It’s super sturdy and holds quite a few large umbrellas as well as croquet mallets, lacrosse sticks, and whatever else we decide to throw into it during any given season. 🙂
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Courtenay Hartford is the author of creeklinehouse.com, a blog based on her adventures renovating a 120-year-old farmhouse in rural Ontario, Canada. On her blog, Courtenay shares interior design tips based on her own farmhouse and her work as founder and stylist of the interior photography firm Art & Spaces. She also writes about her farmhouse garden, plant-based recipes, family travel, and homekeeping best practices. Courtenay is the author of the book The Cleaning Ninja and has been featured in numerous magazines including Country Sampler Farmhouse Style, Better Homes and Gardens, Parents Magazine, Real Simple, and Our Homes.