John Lewis clearance – five sensational sale buys you might have missed

Why spend hours scouring the site or store when we've done the job for you?

There's a lot to get excited about at the moment. We're actually enjoying summer sunshine, England are winning football matches (and Germany aren't) and the John Lewis clearance sale is now on. If you've been too busy sunbathing or glued to the antics of Captain Kane and the lads to check out the bargains, fear not! We've picked our must-haves from the long list of reductions and Special Buys.

More seasonal discounts: Ikea summer sale – these are the best of the bargains (opens in new tab)

You can even shop from your sun bed! Enjoy...

1. Bistro Bar pendant ceiling light

ceiling light with bistro bar pendant and wooden dining table

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If you want to recreate the trendy gastropub look by baring your bulbs, this light fitting is a savvy buy. Consisting of five filament bulbs hung from a solid bar, it would look spectacular suspended over a dining table or kitchen island. A pewter finish enhances its industrial feel.

Buy now: Bistro Bar Pendant Ceiling Light, 5 Light, Pewter, was £195, NOW £97, John Lewis (opens in new tab)

2. Dima dining chairs and Torino table

dining table with chairs and dining theme

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Sticking with the dining theme, this Scandi-inspired set will serve any family home well. The Torino table extends to seat 10 people, and the Dima chairs have a cushioned and contoured seat – so you and your dinner-party guests can sit there all evening in comfort.

 Buy now: Special Buy Dima Dining Chairs, Set of 2, Mineral Blue, £129, John Lewis (opens in new tab)

Buy now: Special Buy Torino 6-10 Seater Extending Dining Table, White, £499, John Lewis (opens in new tab)

3. Patternity bathroom accessories

bathroom accessories with toothbrush and handwash

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Regular visitors to the site might remember this Patternity range, which came out at the beginning of the year. Patternity is a group of ‘cult pattern pioneers’, who believe that patterns can inspire positive living. And they teamed up with John Lewis to create this collection of bathroom towels and accessories in prints that promote wellbeing. The pattern you see here is Reflect. Made up of simple geometric shapes – it's designed to feel balanced, with a sense of yin and yang about it.

Buy now: PATTERNITY + John Lewis Soap Dispenser, Multi, was £16, NOW £11, John Lewis (opens in new tab)

Buy now: PATTERNITY + John Lewis Soap Dish, Multi, was £12, NOW £8, John Lewis (opens in new tab)

Buy now: PATTERNITY + John Lewis Tumbler, Multi, was £12, NOW £8, John Lewis (opens in new tab)

Buy now: PATTERNITY + John Lewis Reflect Organic Cotton Bath Mat, Black/White, was £20, NOW £14, John Lewis (opens in new tab)

4. Liberty print curtains

curtains on window with white wall and cushions

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The result of another John Lewis collaboration – this time with fabric legends Liberty – these peacock feather print curtains would make any homeowner feel proud. Plus, it's not often you can pick up a pair of Liberty curtains for £55, so grab them while you can. We'd team with dark blue or green walls for a rich and cosy luxe living space.

There are five sizes to choose from – three of width 167cms with drops of 137cm, 182cm, 228cm, and two of width 228cm with drops of 137cm and 182cm.

Buy now: Liberty Fabrics & John Lewis Caesar Pair Lined Pencil Pleat Curtains, Blue, was from £110, NOW from £55, John Lewis (opens in new tab)

poster on frame with print

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Maybe you've been to the Big Apple or just dream of visiting one day. Either way, this vintage-inspired print, depicting three icons of the New York skyline, is a great celebration of the city. It comes framed and mounted.

Buy now: Charlotte Oakley NYC Poster Framed Print, 61 x 51cm, Was £60.00, NOW £30.00, John Lewis (opens in new tab)

We're already dreaming up a fabulous dining room makeover. How about you?

Amy Cutmore
Amy Cutmore

Amy Cutmore is Editor-in-Chief, Homes Audience, working across the Future Homes portfolio. She works on titles including Ideal Home, Homes & Gardens, Livingetc, Real Homes, Gardeningetc, Top Ten Reviews and Country Life. And she's a winner of the PPA's Digital Content Leader of the Year. A homes journalist for two decades, she has a strong background in technology and appliances, and has a small portfolio of rental properties, so can offer advice to renters and rentees, alike.