The time is now and the price is right, so sit back and relax. For the month of June, modern furniture and furnishings from Blu Dot are all 20% off.
June 3rd, 2021
Established in 1997, Blu Dot’s founders were looking to fill their homes with furniture that reflected their passion for art, architecture and design. They didn’t like the pieces they could afford and couldn’t afford those that they did. So they sought to bring modern American design to an affordable market and have been doing so every day since, promising designer furniture for any price range. Reaching Australian shores eight years ago, Blu Dot’s annual sale is on now till June 30 across their entire range in store and online – no exclusions.
Whether it’s the addition of the newly launched 100% recycled plastic Decade Chair to your indoor or outdoor table, or a Field Lounge Chair in the corner of your bedroom, the time is certainly now and the price is most definitely right.
So get to it! Browse and shop Blu Dot’s full range here.
Here’s our selections from the Blu Dot annual sale. Affordable, stylish and practical – these superb pieces are sure to add polish to your home workspace…
Minimalistic in nature and pragmatic by design, the Welf Small Wall Shelf gives those with little room to work with the ability to remove various objects off your desk and give you the distraction free workspace you deserve. It comes with a simple mounting bracket and eight (yes eight) colour choices, it works best when holding your keys, specs or even your loose change.
Radius edges and wood couple in this elemental desk. The Stash Desk’s pencil drawer keeps everything in order and can be assembled to either the left or right side.
The Open Plan Collection is home to four bookcases that will work in any space, not just your study. Walnut and White Oak are the two timbers on offer, give your books the home they deserve.
Designed to accommodate soft and hard cover books, the Tabs Bookends keep your texts organised and away from the desk. They’re also available in four separate colours and will co-exist with whatever shelf you decide to place them upon.
More organization for your office situation is what the Odds Trays offer you. Cute as all get out, this trio of
bent wood trays band together to keep the small stuff that collects looking smart. Available in three personalities and colour combos, ensuring they’ll fit wherever you need them stylistically.
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