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.

These Are the Most Popular Kitchen Appliances in 2022

These Are the Most Popular Kitchen Appliances in 2022

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The kitchen is the heart of the home and for keen cooks like myself, there’s a huge joy in purchasing a new kitchen appliance (which I also like to think is adulting at its finest.)

While some items have been a sure staple in kitchens for centuries, there are the newer kids on the block that have risen in popularity over recent years, having never graced a kitchen countertop before the early aughts.

In a new study, Magnet Kitchens analyzed Google search data to reveal the most-sought after kitchen gadgets and appliances right now, and the results are somewhat unsurprising.

Air fryers take the number one spot, receiving 3,350,000 monthly Google searches on average. Thanks to social media, the healthy alternative to traditional fried foods has seen a dramatic increase since the start of the pandemic. Air Fryer Guy shares recipes and hacks with his 1.7 million followers, while an Amazon UK glitch in summer 2021 sent Twitter users into a frenzy when an air fryer became available for just £3.99 (around $5)—which I myself can confirm was too good to be true as thousands of orders, along with my own, were swiftly canceled by the company.

In second place are coffee machines, with 823,000 monthly searches. Gone are the days of instant coffee with more and more coffee fans turning to barista-style coffee at home. A delicious investment.

Third place goes to ice makers, with 246,000 monthly searches. From counter-top styles to built-in fridge models, there’s a range of appliances available. According to Magnet Kitchens, most people are opting for the later, with “fridges with ice makers” surging by 200 percent over the last year. Also in joint third are slow cookers with 246,000 searches. Ideal for cooking up hearty meals with ease, a slow cooker is a great family kitchen staple.

Finally, rounding out the top five are wine fridges, receiving 110,000 searches per month.

10 Space-Saving Spice Racks Our Editors Love

10 Space-Saving Spice Racks Our Editors Love

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There are a few corners of our kitchen that are especially susceptible to chaos — particularly if they don’t have strong organizational systems in place to begin with. One of the first that comes to mind? Bottles and bottles of spices.

Any good kitchen is (hopefully) stacked to the gills with quality spices meant to level up weeknight dinners and special occasion meals alike. But the fact of the matter is, spice bottles can be so annoying to organize. For starters, they tend to be on the smaller side and all different shapes and sizes, making a quality organization system hard to come by. Add to that the visual chaos of tons of different labels (and spice colors) and you have all the makings of a cabinet you basically …never want to open.

Enter: these ten genius spice organization systems that our editors love for solving exactly these types of problems. Over the years, our team has vetted the best of the best when it comes to all sorts of gear, spice rack organizers included. While these space-saving picks range in price and functionality, they’re all sure to calm at least one corner of kitchen chaos.

Kitchn Editors Love These 9 Space-Saving Dish Racks

Kitchn Editors Love These 9 Space-Saving Dish Racks

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Everyone has a least-favorite chore, right? Maybe you can’t stand hauling clothes down to the basement on laundry day, or maybe cleaning the bathroom you share with your roommates gives you hives. For me, that dreaded chore is — and has always been — dishes. I’m not sure if it has something to do with living in New York City for over a decade without a dishwasher, but I will let those babies pile higher than the Empire State Building before you convince me the dishes actually need to be done. Did I fall in love with my now-husband because he used to be a dishwasher in high school and didn’t mind the task? I’m not saying yes… but I’m not saying no, either.

One of the many reasons I dread scrubbing dishes is just how chaotic the task feels. Suddenly there’s water everywhere, you’re trying to remember which glasses you’ve already washed, and you’re perilously stacking clean plates atop each other in the hopes that they dry before you need to use them again. Enter: these nine top-notch dish racks that Kitchn editors love for solving exactly these types of problems. Over the years, our team has vetted the best of the best when it comes to all sorts of kitchen gear, countertop drying racks included. While these picks range in perks, price points, and functionality, they’re all sure to make one of the least-favorite kitchen chores just a bit more bearable.

This Oprah-Approved Blender Doubles as Art and Impresses All My Guests

This Oprah-Approved Blender Doubles as Art and Impresses All My Guests

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“Hydrate, or die-drate,” said a friend of mine once. Now, every time I catch a glimpse of my beautiful Beast Blender + Hydration System (which is, of course, always on display), I swear it whispers the same thing. It’s the reason I’m actually hydrated, the reason for my 5-minute summer soups (a new point of pride), and the reason for the plethora of comments and compliments I get from guests who also catch a glimpse. But its cool appearance and the fact that it’s one of Oprah’s Favorite Things of 2021 aside, I admit I did wonder how this blender differed from others with to-go container attachments. I should have known better than to question Oprah.

First things first, I repeat: The Beast system is very good looking. It is neither a blender you need to hide away for the sake of appearances, nor is it one you need a ton of countertop space for when it’s off duty. The design minds behind Beast prioritized the needs of modern home cooks, making every blending vessel portable, leak resistant (I’d even say leak proof), attractive, and seamlessly functional. Not only does it cut your effort in half with its intuitive design, but it even offers its own brain power to help hasten the process.

That’s right, folks. The Beast blender system self-adjusts speeds and power to match the needs of whatever ingredients you’re working with. It’s got a thermal safety shutoff feature which catches overheating before it happens, preventing both kitchen disasters and blender burnout. And, it’s got multiple sizes of vessels, so you can have both a smoothie and an infused water both ready to go in just a few minutes. But what’s the deal with the whole infusion/hydration half of the system?

We’ve all thrown some berries in a water bottle at one point or another, be it to get us to drink more or just feel fancy. But unless your fruits and herbs are at least crushed, it’s unlikely you’ll taste any of it, much less get any nutrient value. The Beast allows me to add whatever I want, skin-on, into the blender, give it a whirl, and spoon the concoction of crushed goodness into the Beast infuser insert. This allows for unparalleled taste payoff and for nutrients to actually be released into my water. Now, in a matter of 5 minutes every morning, I have breakfast and my initial hydration taken care of and out of the way, which is the only way I’m able to start my most productive days. Oh, and every part of the system outside of the electric base is dishwasher safe, so those 5 minutes includes the 1 it takes to rinse the parts and let my dishwasher take it from there.

I’ve been dehydrated since ’99, but I’m proud of my glow now and credit it all to the easy-to-use, easy-on-the-eyes Beast system. Beast blenders go out-of-stock often across the range of retailers that carry them, so don’t wait to grab your own. And don’t forget: Hydrate, or…you know the rest.