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Updated Mar 01, 2018 @ 1:28 pm
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Michaels has always been our go-to spot for craft paint and glitter glue, but now it’s also a destination for furniture and home decor. Starting online, the craft supply retailer is branching out into home furnishings, and there are some pretty rugs, side tables, and storage baskets included in the mix. To make the launch even more exciting, Michaels is currently offering 40 percent off on most of the new selection. There’s already an impressive selection of products to shop (nearly 2,000!), so start with some of our favorites, below. And while you’re at it, go ahead and add some scrapbooking supplies to your cart—your home photos are about to get a major upgrade.

Amelia Tufted Ottoman, in Emerald

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Not only does this tufted velvet ottoman look incredibly luxe, but it also doubles as an extra storage compartment for stashing spare pillows or an extra throw blanket.

To buy: $240;

Ceramic Paris Lamp, in White

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A sleek white and gold base gives a lamp in a traditional shape a modern edge. Add this piece to a side table in your living room to shine some light on your late-night reading.

To buy: $101;

Pembroke Strap Mirror in Antique Gold

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Hanging geometric mirrors are on-trend right now, and this oval option makes a big statement thanks to the antique gold finish. Display it in your bedroom as part of a stylish get-ready station.

To buy: $168;

Amy Tufted Swivel Office Chair in Navy

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If you’re going to be the boss, then you’ll need an office chair that fits the part. This luxe blue chair is elegant and professional, while the swivel lets you command the room (even if you’re just in your home office).

To buy: $342;

Dennis Console in Oak

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Every entryway or living room could benefit from a couple extra shelves of storage. While this console table is thin, it’s still a convenient spot for perching storage baskets of hats and gloves, or stacks of spare dishware and cookbooks that won’t fit in your kitchen cabinets.

To buy: $174;

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