All the Early July 4th Home Deals You Can Shop Today

All the Early July 4th Home Deals You Can Shop Today

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July 4th is finally on the horizon, and with the promise of a long weekend comes tons of sales. We’ve already pulled together a list of the mattress deals you shouldn’t miss, and now it’s time to unveil our complete, comprehensive guide to all the early home sales that are happening now. Whether you’re shopping for furniture, rugs, bedding, decor, or kitchen accessories, there’s something here for everyone. We’ll be updating this list as more sales go live, so keep checking back for more!

Amazon — Shop deals daily on everything from vacuums to air purifiers, bedding, fans and air conditioners, and more for the home (and beyond!).

Walmart — Shop deals sitewide on everything this 4th of July, including brand-name mattresses, bedding, loungewear, decor, appliances, and more.

Wayfair — Wayfair is offering up to 60 percent off of home goods sitewide during its 4th of July Sale.

Dyson — Save up to $120 on Dyson technology, from vacuums to air purifiers, just in time for the summer heat.

Anthropologie — Enjoy up to 70 percent off during the summer savings event.

Etsy — The (first ever!) All Things Home sale is still on and full of discounts on everything from skillfully-made furniture to quality outdoor entertaining essentials, unique gifts, and more for the home.

Pottery Barn — Save up to 70 percent on items like patio furniture, home office supplies, and rugs for indoor and outdoor use during the 4th of July Warehouse Sale.

Edloe Finch — Get 12 percent off of select furniture when you use the code HAPPY4TH at checkout. Order totaling over $1,000?

Boutique Rugs — Hundreds of rugs are up to 80 percent off during the Fourth of July Sale, but you can also get an extra 10 percent off your order with the code FOURTH10.

The Container Store — Save 15 percent on one storage and organization item, 20 percent on two items and 25 percent on 3 or more items.

Joss & Main — Save 15 percent off with code TAKE15 during the furniture and home decor brand’s July 4th Sale.

Home Depot — The entire home and hardware retailer has deals in ‘every aisle’, from power tools to outdoor furniture.

Bed, Bath, & Beyond — Don’t miss up to 50 percent off of bedding, outdoor furniture, dining essentials, and more for the home.

AllModern — Enjoy up to 15 percent off of furniture and more during the massive Fourth of July Sale when you checkout using the code GET15.

Rugs USA — Save up to 75 percent off a range of rug styles during the Star Spangled Sale. — Get up to 70 percent off of rugs plus free shipping and returns.

Urban Outfitters — Shop discounted furniture, home decor, and more in Urban Outfitters’ expansive sale section.

Molecule — For 30 percent off of mattresses, like the Hybrid, 25 percent off of bedding, from sheets to duvet covers and comforters, and 20 percent off of everything else, use the code JULY4TH at checkout.

Annie Selke — Made-to-order rugs are 20 percent off when you checkout using the code CUSTOM.

Castlery — The furniture brand’s 4th of July Sale is offering up to 30 percent off of stand-out pieces like outdoor furniture, perfect for summer gatherings.

Samsung — From editor-loved (self-emptying!) vacuums to TVs, Samsung has deals on it all this 4th of July weekend, allowing you to save huge on home upgrades.

Le Creuset — Shop major markdowns on cookware and bakeware from this iconic, editor-favorite kitchen brand.

Rifle Paper Co. — Receive an additional 30 percent off of sale items with the code SUNNY30.

Zwilling — Score deals on cutlery and cookware this holiday weekend by shopping Zwilling’s robust sale section.

Paravel — Enjoy a complimentary Cabana Tote with your luggage purchase through July 8.

Shark — Get $45 off orders of $250 or more with code SUMMER45, $30 off $150 with code SUMMER30, and $20 off $100 with code SUMMER20.

Best Bedding, Bath, and Decor Deals

Society6 — Everything sitewide, from wall art to outdoor furniture, towels, and more, is up to 40 percent off.

Ettitude — Take an additional 10 percent off of cooling bedding already on sale — no code necessary!

Lulu and Georgia — Take 20 percent off your entire order of coveted home decor, rugs, furniture, and more.

Design Within Reach — Get 15 percent off of your order of all things for outdoors and in, from furniture to decor, during the Independence Sale.

Lamps Plus — Shop the Summer Sale on now to save up to 50 percent on home essentials.

HAY — Get storage and organization solutions, lighting, and so much more for the home at 15 percent off during the Summer Sale.

Rugs Direct — Save up to 75 percent on rugs during Rugs Direct’s June Last Chance Flash sale.

Saatchi Art — Take $250 off of original artworks over $2,000 with code JUNE250 and $50 off of those priced at $500 or more with code JUNE50.

Lumens — Save up to 50 percent on modern lighting, fans, furniture, and more, plus get free gifts with your order during the 4th of July sale.

Chairish — Shop up to 50 percent off of best-selling items, including outdoor furniture and entertaining essentials, seating, tables, storage and organization, rugs, lighting, and art.

Lumens — Snag up to 50 percent off of lighting, furniture, and more during the Fourth of July Sale.

Standard Textile — Get 25 percent off of bedding basics when you use the code BASICS25 at checkout.

Arhaus — Shop up to 50 percent off of select outdoor furniture and indoor decor gems during The July Fourth Sale.

Pure Enrichment — Take 25 percent off of two or more fans, humidifiers, or other wellness and home essentials with the code 25SUMMER (and 15 percent off of one item with code 15SUMMER!).

Artifact Uprising — Save up to 20 percent off of custom photo prints when you checkout using the code MAKEIT20.

Modloft — Save up to 30 percent on sofas, dining sets, and other design-forward furniture during Modloft’s The Fourth Event.

McGee & Co — Take up to 20 percent off of select lighting using code BRIGHTIDEA.

Mitzi — Save 20 percent sitewide on floor, wall, and ceiling lighting with the code SUMMER.

Brooklyn Bedding — Enjoy 25 percent off of mattresses and more sitewide with the code JULY25.

Naturepedic — Save 20 percent sitewide on mattresses and bedding for the whole family and get free shipping!

Serta — Score up to $800 off select Serta mattresses and adjustable base sets through July 11.

Leesa — Shop the 4th of July sale for up to $700 off mattresses plus two free pillows.

Beautyrest — Save up to $800 on a Beautyrest Black mattress and select adjustable foundations. And when you buy a pillow, you get a second free!

Cocoon by Sealy — Score up to 35 percent off on Chill Mattresses. (Bonus: Get free pillows and sheets!)

Amerisleep — Use the code AS450 to score $450 off mattresses plus free delivery, a 100-night trial, and 20-year warranty.

Nectar Sleep — Buy a mattress and get $100 off plus up to $499 in free accessories.

DreamCloud — Get $200 off of a mattress plus $499 in free accessories, including a mattress protector, sheet set, and pillows.

Puffy Mattress — Score $750 off of any Puffy mattress when you checkout using the code SAVE750.

Layla Sleep — Save up to $200 on mattresses, plus score two free Layla Memory Foam Pillows.

Hexclad — For a limited time only, enjoy up to 40 percent off of cookware sets and more during the 4th of July Sale.

Clevr — Take 25 percent off your order of an adaptogenic beverage blend Starter Kit (one of Oprah’s Favorite Things!) when you use the code SUPERSPRING at checkout.

Thermoworks — Save 20 percent on remote BBQ alarms and more for July 4th.

Nutribullet — Take 20 percent off of juicers when you checkout using the code JUICE.

Fly by Jing — Take up to 25 percent off during International Jing week!

Corkcicle — Get 40 percent off of coolers, drinkware, and more sitewide during the Summer Sale.

Welly — Save 20 percent on chic traveler mugs, camp cups, and more sitewide when you use the code FIREWORKS at checkout.

Vahdam Teas — Buy 3 Mango Spiced Ice Tea and get one free using the code JACKPOT at checkout.

Elevated Craft — Buy a shaker and a garnish board and get $35 off of your order with the code FREE-GIFT$35 at checkout.

Evermill — Get $20 off of your first order of Evermill organic spice racks with the code WELCOME20.

Grounds & Hounds — Save 17.76 percent off of coffee and accessories sitewide with code STARSANDSTRIPES.

Drew Barrymore Just Released the Most Beautiful Stand Mixer Collection at Walmart

Drew Barrymore Just Released the Most Beautiful Stand Mixer Collection at Walmart

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The Beautiful kitchenware collection was created in order to offer design-forward cookware and kitchen appliances that feature contemporary colors at affordable prices, and now there’s a new addition to the Beautiful lineup that will making your next baking adventure easier and more stylish. Drew Barrymore has just launched the Mixer Collection, an assortment of three essential appliances that will add sophistication to your spring baking: the Beautiful Stand Mixer, Hand Mixer, and Immersion Blender. And to add to the excitement, they’ve also debuted Cornflower Blue, a new colorway available across several appliances and cookware items.

The Beautiful 5.3-Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer has all the features you need in a high-performing mixer, including 12 speed settings, a large stainless steel bowl, and a powerful 300-watt motor. It also comes with three mixing accessories: a flat beater, a dough hook, and a wire balloon whisk, as well as a splash guard so that you can add ingredients without making a mess. And at just $130, it’s an affordable price point for anyone who’s always dreamed of owning a stand mixer but isn’t ready to invest a lot of money. Plus, who wouldn’t want to keep this beauty out on their counters?

Then there’s the Beautiful Hand Mixer, which features six speeds, a 350-watt mixing system, and a turbo setting for an extra push. Like the stand mixer, this set comes with different attachments for various mixing, beating, and whipping needs, including beaters, dough hooks, and a whisk. When you’re done, you can store everything in the convenient included case.

Finally, for when you need to blend a soup or sauce or whip heavy cream, there’s the Beautiful Immersion Blender. Unlike many immersion blenders, this set comes with several attachments, including a stainless steel whisk for whipping and whisking and a cup chopper that’s perfect for cutting up veggies. It’s a surprising multipurpose tool that’s guaranteed to come in handy almost daily.

Erin Cavoto

Commerce Writer

Erin writes about all things shopping-related for The Kitchn, including highlighting small cookware brands, testing cool products, or scoping out need-to-know sales. She’s also a regular at the Trader Joe’s cheese section and has a never-ending supply of tea at home.

Hoover Air Purifier 700 Review: Excellent for People with Allergies

Hoover Air Purifier 700 Review: Excellent for People with Allergies

A large cardboard box stands on a berber rug in front of a brown leather sofa in a living room

A review of the Hoover Air Purifier 700 to see how it can alleviate the symptoms of allergy sufferers.

In today’s post, I am sharing my review of the Hoover Air Purifier 700, which has been recommended by the British Allergy Foundation. I am sharing with you how using this device has affected my allergies. But before we start, let me explain a little what allergies I have and just how they affect my daily life.

Living with allergies & asthma

My allergies started around age seven from what I can remember. They came on seemingly out of nowhere. It started when I realised that being around animals made me poorly. If I went to someone’s house and they had a cat or a dog, my throat would get really sore, my eyes would start streaming and get unbearably itchy until they would swell up and I could barely see. I would sneeze incessantly and after a while, my windpipe would get tight, I would start wheezing and I would have real trouble breathing.

It was around the same time that I was diagnosed with asthma. I had many episodes as a child related to my allergies and my asthma. There were numerous occasions when I ended up in hospital needing treatment and help to breathe.

As I was growing up, I noticed other things that would trigger my allergies. I realised that feather pillows would affect my breathing and that dust was also a trigger.

I had hoped to grow out of these allergies, but I never did. And it was after I gave birth to my first daughter eight years ago that I also started to suffer from hayfever. What’s one more allergy to add to the list?

The animal allergies are the worst as the symptoms are actually life-threatening. But if I simply avoid animals there’s no problem. If I go to someone’s home who has pets, I need to remember to take antihistamines beforehand and to take my inhaler with me. So this allergy is reasonably easy to control.

It’s the dust allergy and the hayfever that have quite an inconvenient effect on my life. Unlike animals, you can’t avoid dust or pollen because they are in the air. You can’t keep dust or pollen out of your home. You have to live with it and mostly medicate against it.

Trying an air purifier for allergies

Interior Design blogger Stacey Sheppard is sat on her living room floor. She removes the Hoover air purifier 700 from the plastic bag that it came in

I don’t know why I’d never considered an air purifier before to help control my allergies. I guess they have just been part of my life for so long that I’ve learnt to cope with them and never really considered that I could do anything to improve the situation.

When the opportunity came up to work with Hoover to test an air purifier, I wasn’t overly confident that it would make a difference but I was definitely intrigued and interested to try it out. I mean if it could alleviate my allergy symptoms that would make a huge difference to my life.

I was sent the Hoover Air Purifier 700 to try out. This particular model is one of the more advanced ones. Unlike the 300, this model has a diffuser and unlike the 500, it has a humidifier. As well as the additional features, it is also larger, at 74.5cm tall, and heavier, at 9.6kgs, than the other two models.

It was easy to unbox and set up. It was already fully assembled and after plugging it in, it simply required the humidifier water tank to be filled and the diffuser bottle to be inserted. The LED light ring on the appliance cycled through red, orange, yellow and green as it assessed the air quality and finally settled on green. It was reassuring to know that the air quality was still good in our home. (We’d previously had a professional indoor air quality test conducted).

WiFi enabled air purifier

The Hoover Air Purifier 700 stands next to a day bed in a bedroom.

The LED lights switch off when the device is in sleep mode

The Air Purifier 700 is WiFi-enabled and can be connected to Hoover’s hOn app. By downloading the app, the air purifier will monitor indoor and outdoor pollution levels, humidity, temperature and air quality in your home in real-time. There is a Pollen Allergy Mode that automatically adapts the product performance to your personal allergic profile. There is also a CO alert and the hOn App will alert you instantly in the case of a heating or gas system malfunctioning in your home.

After the appliance was up and running we downloaded the Hoover hOn app and attempted to connect to the device by Bluetooth. We spent over two hours trying to get the device connected on the app. We followed all the instructions word for word, step by step. We checked our internet settings, rebooted multiple times, installed the app on three different phones and nothing helped. We eventually gave up very frustrated.

I reached out to my contact at Hoover who told me that there is currently a known connection issue with their air purifiers. The issue is being looked at and the team are working on a solution to resolve it. Sadly this means that I am unable to review the app and the added functionality that it offers. However, as soon as I manage to get the app connected I will update the post. 

Needless to say, if I had purchased the Hoover Air Purifier 700, which is currently listed on the Hoover website at £349 (reduced from £499), only to find that it will not connect to the Wi-Fi, meaning the app functionality doesn’t work, I would be understandably disappointed. If you pay hundreds of pounds for something you would expect full functionality. But hopefully this will be resolved soon.

After giving up on trying to get the air purifier connected, we focussed on just the unit as a standalone appliance without the app. We started it off with it in the living room on the automatic setting. The Air Purifier 700 has a Multi Sensor system comprised of a set of intelligent sensors that continuously detect and monitor the quality of the air inside. These sensors continuously analyse the air quality in terms of PM 2.5, PM 10 and Gas (VOC).

At first, I was disappointed to see that our air quality is mostly very good. The levels remained consistently green and there weren’t many occasions when the device was triggered and activated.

Can air purifiers remove dust?

One thing I really wanted to test was the dust. I’d left the dusting for a bit longer than usual so I could see what would happen and what the air purifier would pick up. Normally if I leave the dusting for a bit longer, my allergies would be really bad as I dust and the air becomes full of floating dust particles. I would then feel quite poorly for the rest of the day with a sore throat, itchy eyes and sneezing.

As I dusted, I could see dust particles floating in the air. It took no time at all for the Air Purifier 700 to be triggered and the LED light ring to change to red signalling the elevated dust levels. The machine automatically went into maximum purification mode and started to clean the air. (The Air Purifier 700 can purify the air of a 20 sq m room in just 10 minutes).

An air purifier with HEPA filter

The Hoover Air Purifier 700 stands next to a day bed in a bedroom.

The Air Purifier 700 has a H-TRIFILTER Triple Layer Filtration system that combines three different filter layers in one, capturing and removing microparticles up to 0.1 microns from the air inside your home. It is the outer layer that traps the largest particles like pet hair and dust.

The HEPA 13 filter traps micro particles like PM 10 and PM 2.5, including fine dust, pollens, and bacteria, and removes up to 99.97% of allergens up to 0.3 microns. It has a unique treatment to capture and quickly neutralise pollen, making it harmless for allergy sufferers. 

There is also an active carbon layer that traps and absorbs gaseous pollutants (VOC, NO2), fumes, cigarette smoke and odours.

Once the dust had triggered the air purifier it literally took a few minutes before the light turned green again signalling that the air was back to an acceptable level. And not once did I sneeze, did my eyes itch or did I get a sore throat, which normally always happens when I dust.

As hayfever season hasn’t really started yet, I haven’t been able to fully test the 100% Pollen Neutraliser Technology which pulls in and traps pollen from the air, before neutralizing it. I will look forward to seeing how effective this is later in the year and I will update this post.

Using the air purifier’s humidifier function

Next, we moved the Air Purifier 700 into the bedroom. I wanted to see how the air quality fared in there. I often wake up with dry eyes and a stuffy nose and I wanted to know if the air purifier would help. At nighttime, we switched the appliance to sleep mode. In this mode, the light goes out so it doesn’t keep you awake and the air purifier operates much more quietly. In fact, I was surprised by just how quiet it was. I barely knew it was on at all.

I was very happy to find that having the Air Purifier 700 in the bedroom meant that I did not wake up with dry eyes or a stuffy nose. I had a feeling that perhaps dry air was causing these issues so I made sure to use the humidifier function. It’s really easy to use, you simply switch it on until it reaches the correct humidity level. This can be customed using the app but obviously, we weren’t able to do this.

It was reassuring to see that the device was immediately triggered by aerosols like deodorant. As soon as the aerosol was sprayed, the air purifier kicked in and within a few minutes had cleaned the air and was back to green.

Using the air purifier’s diffuser function

The Hoover Air Purifier 700 stands in a living room in front of a sofa and beside a coffee table. On the coffee table is the user manual, a pile of books and a plant.

The Hoover Air Purifier 700 also has a diffuser function that releases different fragrances or probiotics into the air. It came with two options, the first of which was Detox Ritual, a H-ESSENCE essential oil. The second was H-BIOTICS, a natural blend of probiotics that can be diffused into the air to create more hygienic surfaces, and inhibit the proliferation of harmful microorganisms such as microbes and bacteria. 

Can air purifiers remove smells?

It was when the air purifier was in the kitchen that it was triggered most often. My husband loves to cook and this seemed to activate the device a fair bit. I was hoping that it would remove the cooking smells and it did help a little but it didn’t get rid of them completely on automatic mode. I ended up switching to max for a little while after cooking and this got better results.

Neither myself nor my husband smoke so we weren’t able to test whether the air purifier was able to successfully remove the smell of cigarette smoke.

Are air purifiers worth it?

So I guess the question is, is this air purifier worth it? I was extremely pleased with just how much it alleviated my allergies. I honestly wasn’t expecting the outcome to be so good. We’ve been using it for just over two weeks now and haven’t suffered from any allergy symptoms at all in that time. And I haven’t had to take antihistamines or my inhaler at all.

Even without all the added functionality that the app offers, the air purifier performed extremely well and is definitely something I would recommend to allergy sufferers. However, it would be much better if I could get it connected to the app.

We’ve ended up placing it in the hallway of our flat as this is the most central position where every room is no more than two metres away. From this position, the air purifier can easily detect all triggers that may activate the device. There is also uninhibited airflow around the device which enables the 360° Air Flow system and guarantees fast and efficient air purification.

We may end up moving it around depending on the severity of my allergies and where I am spending my time. For example, it may be prudent to have it in my bedroom at nighttime come hayfever season.

My daughters would love to get a pet cat and until now that has seemed an impossibility due to my allergies. However, having used the Hoover Air Purifier 700, I’m starting to think that it may be possible after all. Before we commit, however, I think I’ll be taking the device to a friend’s house and checking my reaction to their pets whilst the air purifier is on.

So that’s my review of the Hoover Air Purifier 700. If you have allergies, have you ever used an air purifier? And if so did it work for you? Let me know in the comments.

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Vitamix Is Having a Huge Sale on Two of Its Most Iconic Blenders

Vitamix Is Having a Huge Sale on Two of Its Most Iconic Blenders

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When it comes to top-of-the-line blenders, you simply can’t go wrong with a Vitamix. It’s no surprise that Vitamix blenders are regularly editor-favorites around here, thanks to their long-lasting, powerful motors and strong airplane-grade stainless steel blades. It’s only natural that we’ve ranked one model (the Vitamix Professional Series 750, to be exact) as a repeat best blender winner Kitchn’s annual Essential Tools list

One thing about Vitamix blenders, however, is that they tend to be pretty pricey. While they’re totally worth the splurge, there’s no doubt that the best time to invest is when there’s a Vitamix sale taking place — which just so happens to be right now! From now until Mar. 6, you can take up to $50 off two top Vitamix blenders, the Explorian E310 and TurboBlend Three Speed. If you’ve been waiting for the right time to treat yourself to a Vitamix, now is the best time to do so!

While some of these blenders can cost upwards of $600, the more affordable Vitamix Explorian blender is a great option for anyone new to the Vitamix family. Coming in at under $300, this is a blender that will last you for years without any complicated or over-the-top controls. It comes with ten variable speeds for the perfect consistency depending on whether you’re chopping, blending, or puréeing. The laser-cut stainless steel blades can chop through nuts and fibrous greens, making it the perfect tool for professional-quality smoothies or juice. And, with its 48-ounce container, it’s the perfect size for two without being overly clunky on your counter. 

If you’re looking for a larger model, then the Vitamix TurboBlend is a great option. With a 64-ounce container, it’s ideal for large batches of smoothies or soup. It includes three easy settings, designed to allow you to turn your blender on and walk away while it goes to work. It also has a pulse button for chopping and food prep as well.

Reviewers of both models attested to making hot soup, gazpacho, smoothies, nut butter, hummus, and so much more with ease. One person wrote, “Absolute beast of a blender! Smoothies have ZERO chunks and I love how easy it is to use and clean.” Another added, “Previously I had to brush my teeth and rinse my mouth after my smoothies just to get all the bits and pieces and fruit skins out of my teeth, but the Vitamix blended my morning smoothie up into a completely uniform liquid. It was amazing!”

While it goes without saying that these Vitamix blenders will seriously upgrade your morning smoothie routine, investing in one will also improve your cooking in general. Whether you’re making frozen desserts, peanut butter, pizza dough, or homemade baby food, these blenders will make life in the kitchen so much easier.

Erin Cavoto

Commerce Writer

Erin writes about all things shopping-related for The Kitchn, including highlighting small cookware brands, testing cool products, or scoping out need-to-know sales. She’s also a regular at the Trader Joe’s cheese section and has a never-ending supply of tea at home.

Dishwasher: Use It or Lose It

Dishwasher: Use It or Lose It

Open dishwasher in kitchen

If you don’t use your dishwasher frequently, it could lose its functionality. Learn to protect so it will last a long while!

The first dishwasher was invented in 1892. Weary of servants breaking her dishes, Josephine Cochrane rigged a copper pot with stiff brushes and a motor. It worked so well she showed it at the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair and won first place.

Today, most homes have a dishwasher but unlike other appliances, the less you use it, the more likely it is to break down.

Why? Water that remains in the bottom is there for a reason. It keeps seals moist, preventing leaks and protecting the motor.

But, when the dishwasher is not used for long periods of time the water evaporates, seals dry out and leaks and motor problems become likely.

To prevent this, pour in a half-cup of liquid bleach. This will prevent bacterial buildup. Then add three tablespoons of mineral oil. This coats the surface of the water and prevents evaporation.

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