The biggest annual shopping event Black Friday is nearly here and we think it is the best time to pick up a bargain on bigger items such as a sofa or chest of drawers that you’ve been saving for.

Black Friday takes place the day after Thanksgiving and runs until Cyber Monday, however most major retailers begin their deals a week before. And in the case of Amazon last year, deals launch as much as a fortnight ahead of the main day.

Black Friday sales are ideal timing if you’re moving house, or need more furniture or white goods, as no one likes spending money on a washing machine. The event is also the perfect time to snap up smaller items such as vacuum cleaners, irons and toasters at discounted prices.

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Leading up to the sale, and throughout it, we’ll be regularly updating our guides to the best deals, to help you navigate the many offers available. Read on for our round-up of the best early Black Friday furniture deals to shop now.

The best early Black Friday furniture deals

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“Mixing contemporary, industrial shaping with a wholly glamorous brass finish, we loved its unique design,” she noted. Before adding that “given its tangibly high-quality craftsmanship, we think this mid-priced dressing table is well worth the investment”. 

west elm mid-century bookshelf: Was £629, now £472, west elm

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“The sharp angled bookcase offers four shelving spaces with an open one at the top for added versatility,” she added. We think you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better-designed bookshelf for the same price. 

Dyson csys task light: Was £400, now £250, Dyson

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Herman Miller Aeron Office Chair, Graphite: Was £1,099, now £934.15, John Lewis & Partners

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There is no better time to invest in this office chair than while we are all working from home. You can enjoy 15 per cent off the Herman Miller aeron office chair during John Lewis’s early Black Friday sales, knocking more than £100 off its price tag.

Furniture and Choice Devonshire oak extending dining table with 4 chairs: Was £699.99, now £549.99, Furniture and Choice

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There’s every day dinging and then there’s big family get togethers that require a little extra room. Comfortably seating eight when fulled extended, this extendable dining table can accommodate both, without compromising on style. We also love that it comes with four upholstered chairs that look comfortable enough to spend many a games night on. Snap this deal up now and receive in time for Christmas. 

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Tailor the design to suit your living space by choosing a fabric, from textured weave to velvet, and a particular colour. If it were us, it’d be this velvet pink number along with the matching two-seater sofa. With 50 per cent off the range, it appears that Christmas really has come early.  

La Redoute ronda vintage style bedside table: Was £135, now £81, La Redoute

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“We loved the bedside table’s sharp angled shaping at the top, which is reflected in its tapered and angled legs. Boxy but at the same time, elevated off the floor, this one offers a good mix of stylish and sturdy,” she added. Currently 40 per cent off, we don’t think this will be in stock for long, so snap up now. 

Furniture Village orson 7 light pendant: Was £499, now £359, Furniture Village

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The mid-century design gives off a real retro feel, and the opal white glass gloves on the brass frame will elevate any colour scheme, but really packs a punch against a dark backdrop. 

You’ll likely have seen iterations of this style from expensive designer brands, so this is a great affordable alternative and currently 28 per cent off.  We don’t know about you, but this is exactly what our living room has been missing, we’re sold. 

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In Selfridges early Christmas sale, you’ll find up to 20 per cent off furniture, homeware, electricals, fashion and beauty, simply use the code SELFCCE at the checkout. 

We love this side table that doubles up as a magazine rack that’s perfect if you’re short on storage and floor space. It’ll keep your home free from clutter while still being stylish. 

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Short on space, or simply looking for ways to hide some of your belongings? This divan bed might just be the answer to your needs. Choose to have either two or four drawers that pull out to reveal ample storage space. With a range of colourways on offer, there’s something for all bedroom interiors. 

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Tap into the rattan trend and snap up this deal on Very’ boho offering. The open style weave on natural rattan is given a contemporary twist with black slim legs and a rounded silhouette. Very has early Black Friday deals throughout the site, but be sure to not miss out on this steal which is reduced by £20.

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There are early Black Friday deals side-wide on La Redoute and we love this oak coffee table – a practical yet stylish addition to any living room. A contemporary twist on a vintage look, the two tier table features 50s style edges and tapered legs with a varnish finish. Show off your coffee table books in style and make the most of 25 per cent off.

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From a brand that’s been making nursery furniture since the Eighties, you can trust that this set is built to last, and it’ll easily see your little one through their first four years. Included is a cot that converts into a toddler bed, a double wardrobe, and a dresser/changer – all for under £600. With 40 per cent off, this is a great buy for first-time parents. 

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Whether it’s the casual vibe or to save space, bench dining is a great way to get everyone together. Featuring a 110cm table, and 2 matching benches that fit underneath, built on a square metal frame, this is the perfect dining set to add an industrial vibe to your dining area.

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Dyson lightcycle floor light: Was £649.99, now £499.99, Dyson

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Featuring four lights in one, it cleverly tracks your local daylight using a built-in GPS algorithm, adjusting the brightness and colour temperature every 60 seconds. You can even control the light using the Dyson app, altering based on your age, task, mood and time of day. We’re not sure about you, but we’re sold – plus you can save £150 in the brand’s Black Friday sale.

Brushed and glazed solid oak chest of drawers: Was £429.99, now £364.99, Oak Furnitureland

(Oak furnitureland)

Save £65 on this parquet chest of drawers made from solid oak, part of a site-wide sale on furniture that includes up to £205 off on chests of drawers. With its decorative pattern, it’s a statement mid-century modern addition to any room. Five drawers mean plenty of storage space and it’s a steal at just £364.99.

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Take advantage of 30 per cent off this extendable white bookcase from La Redoute during its early Black Friday sales. You can adapt the bookcase width-wise to your space needs with it easily pivoting if you’d like it tucked into the corner of a room. Show off books and plants or store toys in the contemporary looking case. A bonus? It’s eco-friendly and certified by an environmental label promoting sustainable forest management.

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Sofa Workshop is offering 40 per cent off throughout November in the run up to Black Friday, and this stylish and contemporary sofa is not to be missed. Save £1,798 on this three seater that includes slim cushions, inset arms and classic T-shape seat cushions with minimal metal feet. We love it in the tip dyed camel which gives it a retro yet chic look.

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Made from solid pinewood and painted grey, it’s ideal for matching with a range of colour schemes.  The open shelving space can be used to keep remote controls safe, all you need to do is make sure your family put them back. While this fits a 42in, it also comes in a variety of bigger sizes, including this 46in number. With 40 per cent off, you’ll have to move fast. 

Alexander and James new England Newport 3 seater leather sofa: Was £2,265, now £1,695, Furniture Village

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When is Black Friday?

The 2020 sale will take place on Friday 27 November and run through to Cyber Monday, 30 November.

While the main event lasts for four days, some retailers have already kicked off their Black Friday sales with early bird deals, with the likes of Amazon launching a pre-sale a whole month before the day itself, and Superdrug and Boots following suit. We’re expecting other brands to kick off their sales even earlier than last year, too.

The furniture Black Friday deals to expect

Shoppers had a huge selection of deals to enjoy last year, including Marks & Spencer who reduced its furniture prices by up to 50 per cent, across products like sofas, mattresses and beds, with a section dedicated to deals that would be delivered in time for Christmas.

Contemporary brand Swoon also gave customers 25 per cent of all its full price items on-site, applied automatically at checkout, while Made offered free delivery and 20 per cent of selected lines from its stylish line up of beds, sofas and coffee tables.

As for 2020, Wayfair has revealed that its Black Friday sale will run from 20 November to 4 December, meaning there will be two weeks worth of deals to enjoy. It will be offering free shipping on all orders between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, with sofas from £249 and beds and mattresses from £99. Keep your eyes peeled for more details closer to the time.

ScS has also already announced its Black Friday 2020 sale. Running from 17 to 30 November, the brand will be offering up to 65 per cent off sofas and carpets, as well as an extra £25 off voucher which can be spent both online and in-store. 

Further discounts will be available on Black Friday itself, with up to 30 per cent off brands such as Endurance, Pepe & Atlas and Inspire. 

Sofa Workshop is offering 40 per cent off everything on its website for the whole of November, with some discounts of more than £1,000. All of its pieces are handmade in its own workshops, making each sofa bespoke.

Last year, Habitat also had an extensive line up of deals last year that were up for grabs until 2 December, including £150 off all sideboards and £75 off dressing tables.

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Carpetright had up to 50 per cent off its carpets and flooring, while for soft furnishings and finishing touches of decor, Zara Home offered 20 per cent for customers on its app, and Oliver Bonas had 25 per cent discounts across selected lines.

How to get the best Black Friday furniture deals?

For some brands such as Oliver Bonas, customers can get early access to sales by signing up to its newsletter and creating an account ahead of Black Friday.

We think the key to making the most of this annual event is not getting sucked into discounts that look too good to be true.

Instead, come up with a list of products you’re actually interested in before the big day. That way, you won’t buy things you don’t actually want, but look a good deal.

Shop around for the best price, and make sure you know the actual RRP of the product, so you’ll know a good deal when you see one.

When shopping for bulkier items, keep in mind too that delivery times will often be longer so keep your eyes peeled for details on whether or not your new sofa will arrive by Christmas.

Here at IndyBest, our team will also be handpicking the biggest savings to shop throughout Black Friday, so make sure you check back here regularly. We’ll also be covering TVs, laptops, fashion, beauty and kids toys.

How long will the Black Friday discounts last?

The main day is Friday 27 November,  and for the majority of retailers and homewares brands, Cyber Monday is typically the last day to bag a bargain, but some do extend their offers into early December, such as Habitat did in 2019.

For a full list of stores expected to get involved, we’ve rounded up the retailers taking part in Black Friday, and they range from fashion, homewares, tech, beauty and gaming brands, such as Asos, AO, BT, John Lewis & Partners and M&S. 

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