The best home decor deals at the Way Day sale, from throw pillows to accent rugs

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Attention shoppers: Black Friday isn’t for several months, but you can take advantage of holiday-sized savings right now at Wayfair!

Wayfair’s epic Way Day sale kicks off on April 27, and the two-day event is definitely not one to miss. With savings of up 80%, Way Day is here to bring you deals and steals for your entire home.

Whether you’re in need of new kitchen tools and cookware or your bedroom could use a total makeover, now’s the time to stock up on all of your home goods. And while you’re browsing, you won’t want to skip over all of the home decor markdowns.

From decorative pillows and rugs to beautiful mirrors and wall art, Wayfair has everything you need to make your space totally your own. And with prices this low, now’s the time to get creative! Plus, you also get free shipping on all orders.

Below, shop more than 30 home decor deals worth a purchase from Wayfair’s biggest sale of the year. But don’t wait to add your favorites to your cart — Way Day ends on April 28.

Decorative pillows and blankets on sale, starting at $16

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Accent rugs on sale, starting at $13

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Wall art and mirrors on sale, starting at $26

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Home accessories on sale, starting at $14

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