Launched in Japan in 1981, Lazy Susan has grown from a Tokyo destination for globetrotting interior designers to a worldwide provider of unique home accessories. Offering hard-to-find decorative pieces sourced from around the globe, the company specializes in organically inclined objects like tortoise-shell bowls, carved antlers, glazed planters and vessels in wood, marble, glass, and animal skins.
So, you’ve had a little redecoration on your mind, but you aren’t sure where to start — nor do you want to spend a lot. We’ve got you covered with this wide selection of furnishings and accessories, for virtually every room and style. And the best part? Major discounts.
Add some surface interest with these touchable textiles and accessories. Choose from quilted shams, raffia placemats and beaded pillows from the likes Aviva Stanoff and Dransfield & Ross, or opt for Kim Seybert’s napkin rings embossed with faux crocodile. There are also one-of-a-kind flag rugs handmade by Turkish artisans from fabric scraps, as well as stools, candles and hanging lamps inspired by birds' nests.
If you love scouring upscale flea markets for vintage objects, search no further. Sourced from around the world, these accessories are one-of-a-kind. Polish off a room with shagreen frames, horn boxes, midcentury-inspired vases, and candleholders made of mercury glass.
Whether you’re redecorating your place or shopping for gifts (or both), this home decor sale covers many bases. Get inspired by colorful vases, picture frames, tableware, and more — at serious discounts.