Feeling the need to shop? It's contagious. Something about longer days and sunshine instead of snow drifts just makes us want to spend every dollar making our house pretty and our furniture comfy.
Couldn't you just spend all day right now picking out new stuff and refreshing spaces that could use a little spring lift? Us too! We've taken a bit of the legwork out of it for you, with our hot list of steals and deals for the week. Check ‘em out below.
A holdovers from last week, Target's Spring Sale continues. Macy's has two sales going on at once, the Friends & Family Sale with an extra 25 percent off and the Bed & Bath sale with savings of 20 to 50 percent (We're obsessed with this Hotel Collection bedding that is actually pretty close to our price range with this sale).
Today only (Thursday, May 1), World Market is having their own Friends & Family sale with savings of 25 percent on all décor and home furnishings, like this Nina Chair that we've been dying over for months.
Somehow at $225 instead of $299, a fuchsia armchair doesn't seem so frivolous). You need to be a member to take advantage of the sale, so visit the World Market website and sign up here.
MacMall continues to offer Apple products at discounted prices This week it's the 11.6" MacBook Air dual-core Intel Core i5 1.3GHz for just $844, down from $999.
Admit it. Your ceiling fans could use an upgrade. Options are many, especially at this time of the year. But savings aren't exactly widespread. Which is why this Harbor Breeze Signal Hill 52-in Brushed Nickel fan on clearance at Lowe's is a great find. It comes with a light kit and a remote, and is priced at $111.30. Down 30 percent from $159.
You can get an incredible price on a Keurig at Staples this week, although it'll take some effort. The Keurig OfficePRO Single-Cup Commercial Coffee Brewer is originally priced at $129, and is on sale for $92.00.
A code on the website makes the price $77.99, and then when you fill out a rebate form, you drop down to $52.99. Seems well worth it for such a steep discount (especially when you pay more than $52.99 at Starbucks every week!).