Weekend Guide: Sales & Events Calendar

November 14, 2013

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Lots of deals this week for every room in your home. Save on bedroom essentials at Au Lit, Pottery Barn and DWR, kitchen and bath at Greentea Designs, lighting at Lightology or snap up some cute, colorful carpet tiles on sale at FLOR. All that and more when you read more.


  • Restoration Hardware — Save 20% on trees and more from the Starlit Collection.
    All info
  • Au Lit — 20% off all pillows, duvets, featherbeds, mattress pads and protectors .
    Through 11/30
    All info
  • Pottery Barn — Bedroom Sale, 40% off bedding and beds.
    Through 11/20
    All info
  • Quaint Co. — 30% off site-wide
    Through 11/30
    All info
  • DWR — 15% off sleep solutions.
    Through 11/24
    All info
  • Lightology — Save up to 40% on Stone lighting, Fontana, Cerno and more.
    Through 12/2
    All info
  • Flor — 30% Off (Better Than) Wool Collection.
    Through 11/24
    All info
  • Greentea Design — Kitchen and Bath Event. Save 20% on kitchen cabinets, islands, pantries, vanities, and bathroom shelving.
    Through 11/25
    All info
  • Plywerk — Procrastination Prevention Promotion, 15% off.
    Through 11/28
    All info


  • Kikkerland — Flagship Store Opening, Greenwich Village.
    All info
  • Divine Details — Pop up shop featuring a curated line of 33 incredibly well-designed common goods.
  • Through 12/28
    All info
  • Ligne Roset — 15% off any product upholstered in Alcantara.
    11/16- 11/24
    All info
  • John Robshaw Textiles — Sample Sale
    11/20 - 11/22
    All info
  • Moma Design Store — Children's book author, Marc Boutavant will appear in person to present Around the World with Mouk.
    81 Spring St, NYC, 11-noon.


  • Bauer — Annual Holiday Sale, additional 10% off.
    All info

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