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You already know that Amazon is the spot for the best deals in (cyber) town. But did you realize the mega site is also home to a secret furniture outlet that’s so well-hidden, you can’t even navigate to it?
Shop Amazon’s hidden home decor hub by clicking here, then brace yourself for some mind-boggling deals. Desk chairs, tables, nightstands, bookcases, mattress toppers and more are up to 78% off! Yes, my fellow shoppers: We’ve hit the motherlode.
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So make up any excuse to stay in your athleisure all week and shop the heck out of these sales. There’s never been a better time to refurnish your home than right now. Start with these incredible selections.
Table & Cabinet deals
Walker Edison Anastasia Coffee Table — over 40% off
A coffee table this stylish is exactly what you want to go front and center. Made with laminate and painted metal for durabilitly, it's also deeply discounted. This Walker Edison Anastasia Coffee Table is an incredible pick from Amazon’s secret furniture outlet at a jaw-dropping $781 off, or a discount of 49%.
Add a touch of class to any room in the form of this stylish footrest that doubles as a storage component. The Songmics ottoman is about 15 inches in every direction, so it's perfect for storing throws, sheets, towels, toys, books...you name it. It's cushioned, so it's also great if you need to pull up an extra seat. And it's only $26 right now!
Boss Office Products Tiffany Fur Modern Office Chair — over 60% off
A comfortable, rolling, adjustable office chair — but make it fashion! Your wish is Amazon’s command with this cozy sherpa-covered perch that has a spring-tilt mechanism for sitters of all shapes and sizes. The best part? It’s 57% off at Amazon’s secret outlet.
Sweetnight 4-nch Gel Memory Foam Mattress Topper — 50% off
If you’re not ready to commit to a brand-new mattress or the one you’re sleeping on isn’t up to snuff, a mattress topper is the answer. This four-inch layer by Sweetnight transforms your bed’s foundation into gel memory-foam heaven, with bamboo charcoal foam for extra support and pressure point relief. It rings in at just $55 right now, saving you a dreamy 50% when you apply the on-page coupon.
Furinno Andrey Entertainment Center with Bin Drawers — over 40% off
Display a TV up to 40 inches on this modern, minimalist entertainment center by Furinno, and keep all your media stashed away and organized alphabetically (we won’t judge) in the unit’s two handy drawers. You can feel good about this purchase: it’s made of mostly recycled materials…and oh yeah, it’s 49% off!
Nathan James Theo 5-Shelf Modern Bookcase — over 30% off
You’re bound to fall for this absolute stunner: a mount ladder book shelf that looks like it was ripped from the pages of a designer catalog. Except it’ll only set you back $79 at Amazon’s secret furniture outlet.
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