I am a great lover of decorative purchases of online stores. I have found many more bargains on the net than in physical stores, that without a doubt and also many things that you can only find online.
The paternal Christmas bonus and some savings are reserved every year for decorative vagaries of the sales. It's hard to decide why there are many bargains, but as some of us are of fixed ideas and it is important not to get carried away by the maelstrom, we have gone for a shot.
Since we discovered Icons Corner and I wrote this post, I was waiting for the sales to get the Bedouin pouf but they threw me back € 215, now with a 40% discount, I can afford the whim and gift for my sofa (or my dining table, depending on the occasion) a beautiful plaid, which with a discount of 20% stays at € 24.
Both were more than looked at and removed in the showroom, but they had moved on to my wish list. If you want to keep an eye, go through its website there are discounts from 50%.
In LoveThesign they caught me with the blanket Elvang 100% alpaca wool. It has many colors and a 30% discount, silly, silly, the savings is 50 euros and the final price of the blanket is € 119 and you already have a blanket for a lifetime, unmatched quality.
But there are also other blankets not so expensive, with a mixture of alpaca wool, sheep wool and microfiber for € 69 (also a 30% discount).
The funny clothes hanger in the form of a clamp is also lowered, 44%! What danger is it about hitting the key!
Now, I warn you that since Black Friday, with the Christmas gifts, the Magi and now the sales, national courier companies are overwhelmed and are making many mistakes, do not stop checking the orders and claim when necessary, personally I have suffered many delays and failures and have had to pick up broken things, etc ...
I imagine it will be for the agglomeration of orders, so I leave my complaint there, but I don't say a sinner.
And how do I have to continue looking for good sales for the readers of Decoesfera, I keep looking at more stores, but I don't get over the January slope…