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Yes, you could use Cyber Monday to stock up on your favorite jeans or adorable succulents, but we're here for those big ticket items—dining room tables, armchairs, bedding and all the other home decor pieces we've been eyeing the past few months. Luckily, Anthropologie is here to make our dreams come true with 30 percent off site-wide, including furniture that was already on sale. To get you started on your imminent redecorating binge, here are 10 of the best home decor pieces to buy during Anthropologie's Cyber Monday sale.

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Tracey Boyd Odetta Rectangular Coffee Table

This stunning navy-stained wood coffee table has that mid-century feel with a modern twist. Tuck odds and ends (like the five TV remotes you've somehow accumulated over the years) in the bottom drawers and admire your coffee table books through the glass top without sacrificing an inch of valuable tabletop space.

Buy it ($1,298; $560)

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Rosa Table Lamp

The combination of a white marble base and opaque white shade pretty much guarantee this library-inspired lamp will help brighten even the darkest bedside table or desk.

Buy it ($198; $60)

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Embellished Pendana Duvet Cover

The fastest way to refresh your bedroom? Slip your existing quilt or comforter into this fun, geometric duvet. The intricate black-and-white embroidery works well with whatever other linens or colors you have in your bedroom, even if you decide not to spring for the matching shams.

Buy it ($268; $188 for queen size)

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Slip Silk Pillowcase

Slip makes some of the best silk pillowcases we've ever tried, but, unfortunately, they rarely go on sale. Anthropologie has seven colors currently available online, all of which are 30 percent off, so we suggest stocking up on your favorite hues ASAP.

Buy it ($85; $60)

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Tuva Knobs, Set of 2

You'd be surprised how much of a difference swapping our your drawer pulls or door knobs can really make. And for just $7 a pop, these pretty space-gray knobs are definitely worth trying out, even if you decide to upgrade again next summer.

Buy it ($20; $14)

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Tulipa Dining Table

This 48-inch table comfortably fits four, although room could be made to fit five, and it will give your dining space a refreshingly quirky touch. The top has scattered brass abstract bowties embedded in the wood that gives it a unique charm sure to bring a smile to your face every time you sit down to eat.

Buy it ($1,398; $735)

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Embury Nightstand

Not quite vintage, not quite mid-century, this white-washed wood and brass bedside table is a lovely mix of multiple decor styles. This makes it able to blend in with the rest of your furniture without getting too matchy-matchy.

Buy it ($398; $196)

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Slub Velvet Elowen Chair

Velvet furniture has been enjoying quite the comeback over the past few years, but if a fully velvet couch still feels like too much of a stretch for you, a velvet chair might be a good way to ease your way in. This particular chair has a perfect 5-star rating and is almost 50 percent off, so what are you waiting for?

Buy it ($448; $238)

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All Roads Design Yucca Pillow

One easy, cozy way to refresh your living room is with a few colorful new throw pillows. Opt for ones with a season-less style, like these textured, yarn designs, so you don't have to stow them away come spring.

Buy it ($98; $69)

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Seaford Side Table

It's never too early to start thinking about refreshing your outdoor furniture (which may or may not be getting beat up during winter storms, anyway). We love the '60s Palm Springs vibes of this weather-resistant table. In fact, it's so wonderfully chic we think you could absolutely use it indoors too, if you really wanted.

Buy it ($348; $154)

RELATED: I'm a Fashion Editor & Here's What I Bought From Anthropologie's Amazing Cyber Monday Sale

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