The long weekend is on the horizon, which means it’s prime time to escape to another city, recharge with a staycation, or just spend extra time with friends and family. But one thing’s for sure—there are some stellar deals that you’ll want to take advantage of. Target already launched its Presidents’ Day sale, so it’s the perfect chance to outfit your home in new gear. You can enjoy up to 30 percent off home items, plus an extra 15 percent off indoor and outdoor furniture and rugs with the promo code GEORGE. Might we suggest these little luxuries below?
1Threshold Blue Stripe Accent Rug
The easiest way to pull a room together is by putting down a rug. We love this small striped woven one for spot in the bedroom or living room.
To buy: $18 (originally $18); target.com.
2Project 62 Wall Clock Marble
Sure, most people use their phones to tell the time, but it’s still nice to have a wall clock on display when you’re running out the door or doing chores around the house. This marble numberless clock looks expensive but is actually $15!
To buy: $14 (originally $15); target.com.
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3Project 62 Mongolian Faux Fur Throw Pillow
The softest texture can make anything seem luxe or expensive, like this fuzzy throw pillow. Display it on your bed or on a favorite armchair. It comes in six different colors: black, white, gray, navy, brown, and pink.
To buy: $14 (originally $20); target.com.
4Threshold Framed Watercolor Weave
Don’t want to spend time (or many) repainting a room? Just hang some wall art. You can add this watercolor to an existing gallery wall, or display it over a dresser or nightstand.
To buy: $15 (originally $18); target.com.
5Nate Berkus Embroidered Curtain Panel
Here’s a foolproof way to make your room look completely different: swap your window treatments for new ones. The embroidered detail on this panel adds extra interest, while the neutral hue makes it easy to incorporate into any styled space.
To buy: $19 (originally $20); target.com.
This article originally appeared in RealSimple.com.