Joybird is offering 25% off their entire site as part of their Sleep In Sale. Running through Monday, November 12, it covers both "quick ship" options that mail in three days and custom furniture, which ships in four weeks.
If you've never shopped Joybird before, a little background: The direct-to-consumer model specializes in Midcentury Modern furniture that can be customized down to the wood stain. That means you have not one but four millennial pinks you could buy. Joybird has also expanded from upholstered furniture to include dining, home office, and bedroom furniture.
If you're not sure where to start, you can check out our own guide to the most comfortable couches from Joybird. But even if you're not in the market for a new couch, there's lots to be tempted by. Here are some of our favorite picks.
Briar Sofa starting at $1,424 (usually $1,899)
Our editor's choice from the Sofa Squad review of Joybird, one of our testers described it as a "Goldilocks" sofa: just the right amount of firmness, but still soft enough to rate high for "napability." As a bonus, two of the three ready-to-ship colors are way more exciting than just greys and beiges: evergreen (pictured) and royal cobalt.
Eliot Apartment Chair , starting at $637 (usually $849)
Armchairs can be tricky: you want it comfy enough that you'll actually want to plop down in it, but not so big that it takes up unnecessary space. Designed for apartment living, this offers maximum comfort with a minimal footprint.
Dakota Entry Table, $562 (usually $749)
If you've already got your MCM couch, this sale could also be a good excuse to pick up some complimentary pieces like this entry table. Slender enough to fit in a hallway, it's also good for living rooms or even to act as a stand-in for a home desk anywhere you might want to keep bills and laptops stored but don't actually imagine you'll need to sit down to work.
Camille Bed, $1,364 (usually $1,819)
With some art deco flair, this bed comes in 76 fabric options, meaning you can decide just how big a statement you want to make. It's also not as purely MCM as some of the other Joybird options, and could go with a number of other decor styles, from glam to Indochine. (Just imagine it blush or green.)