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Most of Domino readers’ purchases last month pointed to everyone spending more time outside. From a vintage-inspired lawn chair that’s lightweight enough to carry to the park to a heavily discounted Turkish towel that could easily double as a beach blanket, it became clear that soaking up every bit of summer is weighing heavy on your minds. Otherwise, the main reason the 14 items, below, accumulated in your carts was none other than the temptation of a very good sale—whether in the form of a random discount or sitewide seasonal promotion. Read on to see everything you brought home in June.
Any item that’s more than half off is primed to catch our attention, especially when it’s a beach-going necessity. This cotton-blend towel in Mediterranean blue stripes with a classic tasseled edge will transport you to Greece without having to pay the price of a plane ticket. In fact, it’s significantly less—you can still grab it at its discounted $19 over at Huckberry. And after slipping it into our shopping newsletter—sign up for it right this way!—it got scooped up by the dozen. We love that it’s big enough and packable to bring along as a picnic or beach blanket, but still plenty absorbent enough to hang from a hook in your bathroom; it’s destined to be a versatile staple of your linen closet.
Your obsession with British decor isn’t wavering. This ceramic lamp, finished in a crackled ruby red base by U.K.-based brand OKA, is currently completely sold out. We’re not surprised, considering the base was down to just $55 from its original $285 asking price. If you missed out on the rare markdown, don’t fret; you can still snag a similarly curvaceous silhouette in a neutral charcoal colorway for an even more affordable $45. We do, however, recommend digging through the brand’s well-stocked sale section—everything is currently up to 75% off right now.
Of all the outdoor side tables we rounded up to dress up your small patio or porch, you were drawn to our top metal pick the most. The powder-coated number comes in a cheerful peachy orange and earthy mint green, and it’s durable enough to withstand the natural elements. Aside from its good looks, we imagine your curiosity was piqued enough to add to your cart after discovering the iron tray is removable, meaning you can tote your drink of choice by the artsy top handle.
Stamped with Miranda Lambert’s approval, this flowery, patchworklike rug was designed by the country music star to bring home the feeling of Texas summers. It looks like you took our recommendations to heart, buying this vibrant floor covering to layer over jute or place as the centerpiece of a playful child’s room, given its flat-weave construction won’t unravel or stain.
Without fail, there’s always a product (or two!) from H&M Home that takes a top seat on our bestseller list. In June, it’s the brand’s washed linen cushion covers that, on a normal day, cost no more than $15 but more recently were priced down to $10. The throws have already amassed 500-plus positive reviews, earning a nearly 5-star rating. (Even our shopping director, Liz Buxton, can vouch for its spot-on texture.)
These petite luminaries were your most sought-after item this month—you bought over 100 alone, not counting the other hanging solar lamps from Amazon we recommended (and that you also inherently scooped up). This particular brand stood out as the star because the two-pack has been on sale throughout most of the month, and reviews attest they’ll still light up after a day of “snow, wind, and freezing temperatures.”
Much like the Marimekko collection last month, we anticipated a few items from West Elm and Rhode’s recent collaboration to sell out—fast. Domino readers took a special liking to the scalloplike stoneware dinner plates. Designed to be layered together with the begonia-adorned salad set, we’re guessing they flew off the virtual shelf because these platters make setting the table a breeze, even for beginners.
Shortly after adding the brand’s linen curtains to both our white curtain and linen curtain buyer’s guides, you took note. We wager it’s a result of the treatments typically costing a lot more, but in true Quince fashion, its panels are both beautiful and budget-friendly, starting at just $80. Still made from 100% European flax, but lined with cotton, these offer the just-right amount of shade and privacy. Another reason we bet these quickly became a favorite is the variety of length offerings and ease of hanging from either a back tab or pole top.
These no-frills, coconut- and apricot-wax candles rival the scents of fancier options out there, but without the annoyance of tunneling and, in our experience, covering the glass sides in ash. The latest fragrance hit? Tomato Vine. This herby, earthy burn has been compared to Diptyque’s La Droguerie odor removing candle (except it’s a third of the price).
In addition to the hanging lanterns, this portable panel also became a bestseller after a successful stint in our Father’s Day guide and a later boost from our recent coverage of renewable energy brand Grouphug. While this particular unit is designed with camping in mind, who’s to say you can’t prop it on your windowsill and reap the benefits during your workweek.
Old-school lawn chairs are back. Unlike the seats collecting cobwebs in your grandparents’ garage, these trendy iterations offer a modern, rustproof update of the classic. Choose from monochrome webbing or dial into the nostalgia factor with color combinations that’ll have everyone at the next family function reminiscing. Psst: If you grow tired of the color scheme or simply need to repair any pieces that start to fray, you can order replacement webbing. Other factors we bet swayed you to buy: Each of these are made in the U.S., and the lightweight aluminum frame is easy enough for kids to carry on their own.
Post–Memorial Day weekend, you went all in on our recommendation of Brooklinen’s linen sheets, which we recently fell in love with all over again thanks to a fresh color drop. The set comes prewashed, and we can confirm that right out of the bag these are shockingly soft to the touch. So if you’re in need of some breathable bedding, look no further—these are once again 20% off for Fourth of July.
An outdoor shower that’s less than $200? Say less. Novogratz’s version caught the most attention in our recent roundup of recommendations, probably because all you need to enjoy it is a garden hose to hook it up to. Originally $740, you were able to buy it at a wildly affordable $220, and now it’s an even better deal at just $175.
Last week, we churned out a ton of couch content, but none of the buyer’s guides caught your eye more than our top picks for sofas under $500. The clear favorite was this deep-seated number from Amazon. The reviews are surprisingly good, noting the removable covers are machine washable and sit atop a sturdy metal frame. The pictures make a stronger case: The chenille fabric looks more like linen in shoppers’ snapshots.
In June, readers were clearly in need of a last-minute Father’s Day gift, opting for a pack of Japanese sauces we first fell in love with during the holiday season. Plus you circled back to an affordable foot-softening mask from May (it is flip-flop season, after all), and a major sale at Saatva inspired you to invest more in your sleep.
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