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Despite having to spend more time inside than you’d like, it gives you more of an opportunity to refresh your home. But with the world’s current state, a lot of artists are struggling right now. Society6, home to indie artists’ work, offers so many cool home decor pieces from creatives around the world that you can support. Not to mention, the brand’s entire site happens to be 20 percent off.
If you’re unsure of how to give your place some personality for spring, that’s where Society6 steps in. You can shop by room and the site really is a fan-favorite destination for accent home items while giving back to the global art community. There’s plenty of organization items to get your workspace decluttered and looking cute. Plus, you can find a plethora of uniquely-printed pillows as an easy way to give your living space some life.
Society6 hasn’t listed an end date on its site for the sale. The brand has stated that deliveries on some items are delayed due to the virus. However, you can still shop the sale while it’s happening to support creatives.
If you need a place to start, look no further. Here are some of the best picks to shop in the sale.
Shop: Vintage Cheetahs in Coral + Red Acrylic Tray, $33.60 (Orig. $42)
Shop: Flower Roll / Illustration Cutting Board, $21.60 (Orig. $27)
Shop: Laptop Skin by Alyssa Hamilton, $20.99 (Orig. $25.99)
Shop: Memphis Party Yoga Mat, $31.20 (Orig.$39)
Shop: Aggressive Travel Mug, $23.20 (Orig. $29)
Shop: Black White Geometric Glam #society6 Picnic Blanket, $79.20 (Orig. $99)
Shop: Kyoto Nights Wall Tapestry, $35.99 (Orig. $44.99)
Shop: Naturally Queen VI Side Table, $127.20 (Orig. $159)
Shop: Minimal Line Art Woman with Magnolia Notebook, $11.99 (Orig. $14.99)
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