Getting your hands on that design classic need not cost you a fortune, not with Christmas sales like these on the cards
November 15th, 2012
As we forge head first in to the silly season it brings with it much cause for celebration, not least because some of our favourite suppliers and retailers are throwing the doors open and slashing their prices in time for summer.
Though we’re not normally ones to push sale stories we thought it greedy not to share these fantastic opportunities to snare beautiful authentic design at one off prices.
First cab off the rank is Living Edge. With the honour of representing Herman Miller’s Eames Collections they have some true classics and unrivalled designs to offer you.
Every Thursday evening until Christmas, they have reduced costs on stock items meaning you can make great savings whilst ensuring you have the goods in time for Christmas – no need to wait to treat your loved one… or yourself.
The first evening shopping experience takes place tonight at Living Edge’s Studio on Commonwealth Street in Surry Hills, Sydney.
Find shopping a drag? Fear not – the Living Edge team are supplying free champagne and have decorated the shopfront windows with a smart festive display befitting the Living Edge collections.
FY2K are launching themselves into the Christmas spirit with a generous 50% off stock for one day only: this Saturday the 17th at their Alexandria showroom in Sydney.
With brands like Casamilano, Busnelli, Cherner and David Weeks – the potential for picking up an unprecedented bargain is second to none.
Corporate Culture too are dropping their prices as quickly as we steam toward holiday break. With savings on products right across the showroom floor, pop in to their Sydney showroom in Chippendale to comb out a designer bargain.
For more on savings and sales in your area keep an eye on the Indesignlive.com calendar and newsflash banner on our homepage.
Happy Design Hunting!
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