Your Valentine's Day plans and the loads of work you have to get through before the long weekend may sadly leave you with little free time to shop the holiday sales (yes, they've started already). But if you follow the sale schedules, you know the next big markdowns might not be here for a while, meaning you should probably get in on these deals while you can. If your packed schedule will only allow you to peek at a handful of the markdowns, make sure you pop over to Target's Presidents' Day Sale where you can save big on all things home.
The retailer's Love & Liberty Event includes several different sales across categories, but if you're looking to spruce up your living space, focus in on the home offerings. Right now, you can save up to 25 percent off on everything from furniture and bedding to home décor when you shop online. Plus, you can score an extra 15 percent off curtains, indoor and outdoor rugs, and furniture when you plug in the discount code HOME at checkout until Feb. 18.
Freshen up your living room with a new sleek end table to slide next your sofa like this marble top circular style; when you use the sale code you can knock the discounted price from $75.99 to $64.59. Or, bring in an accent chair to add not only more seating, but a new design element. Snag this light pink tufted chair while it's down to $222.86 from $275.99 for a pop of color. However, if you're feeling the need for more texture, opt for a rattan arm chair that's only $113.04 with the code.
Not in the market for furniture? Bring new life into your space with a few decorative pieces. Switch up your bedding with a set of linen throw pillows in a light blue hue that are on sale for $18.99 each. And as for that blank wall over your sofa? Open up the room by hanging a wall mirror; this modern, circular style will definitely do the trick and you can own it now for $71.99.
Continue on to shop TZR's picks from Target's home sale, and head over to the site to see so much more. The savings are only for a limited time though, so make your purchases before the deals are gone.